Joshua Tree



Travel Diary + Recommendations

I am so excited to be sharing this blog post with you all. Last weekend I celebrated my 24th birthday with my close friends and boyfriend in Joshua Tree, California. We spent the entire weekend in the CUTEST airstream.

This Airstream was absolutely perfect if you get the chance to travel to Joshua Tree, CA I highly recommend staying in an airstream. It is such a unique and fun experience. (PS – get $40 off your first Airbnb Booking here) We felt like we’re in the middle of nowhere with an absolutely gorgeous view of the desert, without sacrificing amenities like running water, beds, and A/C!

I spent the weekend exploring the park, spending time with friends, and shooting my festival lookbook for Lulu’s! I will be sharing plenty of photos, outfit ideas, festival trends, and a lookbook video in a few weeks.


My biggest recommendation from this trip is wake up for sunrise!

I cannot express how gorgeous the desert sunrise was, waking up early to watch it, is an absolute must! Pictures just don’t do it justice.

Stay at a cute Airbnb.

There isn’t much to do in Joshua Tree beside exploring the national park so make sure you book a cute place to stay with amazing views. We spent most of our trip at our Airbnb just enjoying the area, exploring, cooking, and sitting by the fire.

Go into the park.

While there is a ton to see outside of the park, there is nothing quite like Joshua Tree National Park. So make sure you take some time to go inside the park and explore. It’s one of the only national parks you can climb and explore EVERYTHING!

My favorite trails are Skull Rock and the Arch Rock. Both are super easy nature walks.

P.S. Climb some rocks for some epic views.

Water + Skin Care is a must.

It is so secret the desert is home to extreme heat and dry weather. Make sure you come prepared with plenty of water and snacks to keep you hydrated and energized. Plus if you’re like me you’ll want to give extra love to your skin while you travel. See all the skin care products I brought with me to the desert here.

Joshua tree travel guide reccomendations



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