Sonoran Desert tours might be a mystery to some. After all, what could there possibly be to see in the desert, other than cacti, snakes, and dust? The reality is that the Sonoran Desert is full of history, culture, wildlife and adventure. A guided tour of the Sonoran Desert is a perfect way to experience…Details
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The Grand Canyon offers something for everyone. From hiking to river rafting to mule trips, you can create whatever experience you want at this natural wonder of the world. And if what you want is a breathtaking view, a unique story, and a healthy dose of adventure, look no further than Grand Canyon helicopter tours.…Details
Traveling with kids can be — how can we put this? — “exciting.” Many parents love the idea of taking their kids with them on trips, giving them a glimpse into different places and cultures, but the reality is sometimes a little less picturesque (read: full of complaining and way too many bathroom breaks). …Details
Spanning the border between Nevada and Arizona, the Hoover Dam is a wonder to behold. Operational since 1936, the Hoover Dam provides power, flood control, and water storage to the surrounding areas. It also creates Lake Mead, which is the largest reservoir in the United States. Okay, so all of that is mildly interesting. But…Details
On August 25, 2016, the U.S. National Park Service celebrates its 100th birthday: an entire century of protecting some of the country’s best landmarks (and Instagram hotspots). And while 100 years is nothing to sneeze at, some of the national parks themselves have even more candles on their birthday cakes. Like, a lot more. Take…Details
Wanting to visit Las Vegas, but not sure how to get the most bang for your buck? Or maybe you’ve been to Vegas before, but would like to see it from a different perspective? While Las Vegas is full of sights, sounds, shows, and stories, it can be hard to weed out the flashy tourist…Details
A Phoenix area jeep tour is the perfect way to take an in-depth look at the landscape, wildlife, history, and culture of the American Southwest. While Phoenix and neighboring Scottsdale may have a bustling, urban feel to them, they are both incorporated into a desert that is every bit as wild as it appears in…Details
The Hoover dam was built during the Great Depression. Construction of the dam began in 1931 under the supervision of the Bureau of Reclamation. Six different companies were contracted to build the dam, which is named after President Herbert Hoover. Originally, the dam was to be built in Boulder Canyon as the project was named…Details