Visiting Lower Antelope Canyon

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One of the most visited natural wonders of Arizona is the stunningly gorgeous Antelope Canyon. This gem is not to be missed if you’re heading to the northern part of the state. It is located five miles east of Page, Arizona and is on the Navajo Indian Reservation. Keep reading and I’ll share everything you need to know about visiting Lower Antelope Canyon.

The “seahorse”

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Arizona Road Trip: Things to Do in Sedona and Fossil Creek

Sedona, Arizona isn’t exactly a hidden gem. I would say it’s pretty well known but not as heavily visited as say the Grand Canyon. However, Sedona is a magical wonderland that deserves a visit if you love desert landscapes and enjoy the outdoors. The backdrops of the mountains and rock formations are breathtaking. Just driving on the freeway and approaching Sedona is an experience in itself. There’s just something about the reddish-orange formations against the clear blue skies that will leave you in awe.

driving into Sedona

And if you enjoy the desert but love camping in a cooler climate then head over to Fossil Creek for the night and enjoy the activities and scenery that the area has to offer. More on Fossil Creek below.

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Havasupai Falls Backpacking Guide

If you love chasing waterfalls, enjoy hiking in canyons, swimming in beautiful turquoise waters, and sleeping under the stars then Supai, Arizona should be on your adventure destination list! Supai is an amazing destination where you not only get to experience the famous Havasupai Falls but also Mooney Falls, Navajo Falls, Fifty Foot Falls, Beaver Falls, and more!

Havasupai Falls
Another one of Havasupai Falls because it’s just so beautiful
Beaver Falls from the Canyon

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