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Have you noticed our new look? We’ve revamped our brand (and our website!) and are excited to announce we have also launched new chapters, bringing our exclusive experiences to members in Denver, San Francisco and Los Angeles! Check out our new website — along with some new getaways! — and please share with your friends. We can’t wait to see you out there with us soon!

With that said, we’re still planning to bring you all the weekly travel tips and tricks!


There’s Always Private
As private air travel becomes more attractive, Manifest’s model may be just what you’re looking for. Our members fly on private planes for every experience, at prices lower than you might expect! The New York Times dives into why private air travel is the choice for more and more people.


West Coast Road Trips
Looking for a quick weekend road trip? Conde Nast Traveler has nine of the best drives you’ll find on the West Coast, and most can be done in just a few days (except the 1,300 mile stretch through Alaska!)


Where To Next?
What would you ask the world’s most seasoned travelers if you could? Conde Nast Traveler asked everything from their favorite place to stay from the books they read that inspired them the most!

Podcasts and Parks

If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the last few months, it’s that there are all different kinds of ways to travel. Depending on your preferences and desires, there’s an option for everything. Read on for one way you can explore without leaving home, as well as some possibilities close to home — and one close to us here in Denver!


Travel Tales by AFAR
There’s a new travel podcast in town! AFAR recently launched Travel Tales, and each week they’ll talk with a different traveler who learned something monumental from a trip.


Lake Vacations Across America
Travel + Leisure put together a list of the top 25 lake vacations in the United States! We bet there’s one near you!


Wow in Rocky Mountain National Park
Right in our HQ’s backyard, Rocky Mountain National Park has too many “wow” spots to count. This article from Sunset tried though! What National Park is next on your list to visit?