Hermit Road, also known as The Red Route, is one of the roads that runs along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on the West side of Grand Canyon Village. It offers several different viewpoints where you can get spectacular views of the canyon. Check why Hermit Road is worth the journey!
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Desert View Drive, also referred to as State Route 64, is one of the roads that leads into the central part of the Grand Canyon. It runs right next to the eastern part of the Grand Canyon and offers several spots for you to stop and get spectacular views of the canyon. Check out why Desert View Drive is worth the drive!
Page is one of those towns that is often overshadowed by some of the other great attractions in the area such as the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park. However, Page ended up being one of my favorite destinations on our Arizona road trip. Find out all the top things to do in Page, Arizona and why you should visit!
The Antelope Canyons were not only my favorite thing to do in Page, Arizona, but were also one of my favorite things throughout our whole Arizona road trip. There’s actually two canyons: Upper and Lower, and there are some pros and cons to each. Find out everything you need to know in order to decide between Upper vs Lower Antelope canyon as well as tour prices for each as details of our experiences.
If you didn’t know already, Horseshoe Bend is one of the top things to do in Page, Arizona. As I’m sure you can guess by the name, this section of the Colorado River is shaped a bit like a horseshoe and is located at the bottom of a 1,000 foot deep canyon. Find out everything you need to know about visiting Horseshoe Bend, including the best time to visit, how to get there, and what to expect when you arrive.
Known as the “Aloha State” and the “Paradise of the Pacific,” Hawaii makes for the perfect getaway vacation. You can relax on the beach, explore the many hiking trails, or delve into Hawaiian culture. Find out the best way spend 2 weeks in Hawaii with this ultimate Hawaii itinerary!
If you are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park in the USA, you may have heard of the five Havasupai Waterfalls. The most popular of which is Havasu Falls, known for its beautiful blue color. However, these falls are located within an Indian reservation run by the Havasupai Tribe. You’ll need reservations at either the Havasupai Lodge or Havasupai Campground in order to visit, but reservations are hard to come by. Find everything you need to know in order to get havasupai reservations!
The island of Hawai’i, more commonly called the Big Island, is known for its amazing landscapes, and in particular, its volcanoes. It’s not as commercialized as Oahu (another of the Hawaiian islands), which means that when you’re on the island, you get to truly escape the craziness of everyday life and spend some time in paradise. This 3 Day Big Island Itinerary will give you plenty ideas for things to do, where to stay, what to pack, and more!
You’ve probably heard of zip-lining, but have you ever heard of doing an aerial obstacle course? I’ll give you a hint, it’s exactly what it sounds like! You have to make your way through a series of obstacles that are suspended several feet off the ground. Don’t worry though, you are safely attached to a zip-line cable the entire way through the course. Sound like fun? Find out everything you need to know about Orlando’s zip-line and aerial obstacle course in this Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park review!
Ever wondered what it was like to go indoor skydiving? Want to experience the thrill of floating on air without actually jumping out of a plane 10,000 feet in the air? Indoor skydiving is a fantastic way to do just that! I had the opportunity to give it a try at iFly Orlando when I was in Orlando for a conference. Find out how indoor skydiving works, what it’s like, things to know before you go, and my overall experience in this iFly indoor skydiving review!