After 20 seasons we are no longer keeping up with the Kardashians. Well, on television that is. Keeping Up With The Kardashians, E!’s staple series has carried heated debates and conversations for the last 14 years. Kim Kardashian first announced that KUWTK would be saying goodbye with season 20 last September. The final episodes have been filled with emotional moments as the family prepared to say goodbye to the fans who have followed them since day one, as well as the production staff who’ve become an extension of their own family. “We’ve spent the last 15 years with most of our production [staff] that are with us every single day in very intimate situations, and they’re my extended family, ” Khloe Kardashian shared in Thursday’s series finale. “It’s really, really special in my opinion, but it’s wild to even know how much I’ve gone through with all of you guys by my side. It’s crazy.”
KUWTK in all its glory followed the reality television “first family” through heartache, career changes, and so many babies. “It was a good run,” Kylie said during the family’s final filming trip to Lake Tahoe over the holidays. And her sister Kendall agreed: “It’s just the best job in the world to be able to work with your family every day.” Whether you tuned in every week or followed the drama on Twitter, the Kardashian-Jenner clan has managed to stay relevant for over a decade. The flagship show will end with a two-part special reunion hosted by Bravo’s Andy Cohen.
With all the drama surrounding this household name, one thing that reigns true is their innate abilities to plan extravagant family trips. Some of our favorite moments came from the Kardashian-Jenner squad’s travel adventures — who could forget Kourtney saying “Kim, there’s people that are dying,” when she lost a pair of diamond earrings in the ocean? From Phuket, Thailand to Cannes, France, the Kardashians have been just about everywhere. Below we’ve rounded up our favorite hot spots from the many luxurious vacations this family took — and hey, here’s to maybe one day being able to afford a $6,000 a night cabin near Lake Tahoe.
Phuket, Thailand – Iniala Beach House
Santorini, Greece – Celestia Grand
La Romana, Dominican Republic – Casa de Campo
Bora Bora, French Polynesia – Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa
Costa Rica – The Springs Resort & Spa at Arenal
Cannes France – Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc
St Barts – La Banane
Lake Tahoe – Sherman Estate