A four-day Utah and Arizona road trip is the perfect introduction to the region along the border of the two states, where the Colorado River and its tributaries create breathtaking scenes preserved in national parks and recreation areas. This itinerary in the southwest is perfect for first timers looking for famous landmarks, photo-worthy backdrops and epic hikes.
Looking for fun things to do in Utah and Arizona? The region is packed with national parks, scenic landscapes, quirky small towns and beautiful drives. With so much to choose from, it may be hard to narrow down what to do, but these seven bucket list experiences are a great starting point for your adventures.
One day at the Grand Canyon might not seem like enough, but you can manage to squeeze in a lot of activities, even if you’re short on time. This itinerary will help you plan one day at the South Rim, with ideas for where to hike and watch the golden sunset.
You’ve probably heard of Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon, but did you know there’s a third way to see the popular natural attraction in northern Arizona? Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Antelope Canyon X.
Outdoor kitchens full of fresh flavors, stunning garden displays with shrubs in the shape of princesses, and entertainment for every age makes the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival one of the best times to visit this Disney World theme park.
From colorful rows of evergreen trees to dazzling icicle forests, the holiday vibes are strong in Huntsville, AL. This is a Southern destination that doesn’t often get painted in wintry white, so fostering a festive atmosphere is especially important.
When you think of a Hawaii vacation, do you immediately see dollar signs? Since it's the northernmost of the major islands (and therefore more remote), Kauai, in particular, can empty wallets pretty quickly. Just like anywhere else, though, exercising control over what you spend makes a huge difference.
When you imagine paradise, what comes to mind? Perhaps misty waterfalls running down verdurous mountain walls, rainbows arching from deep valleys into endless blue skies, or the sounds of a creek trickling over rocks to spill into the sea.
I have a confession: I’ve never seen the movie “Avatar.” I somehow missed it in its heyday and it’s one of those movies I tend to forget about until it pops up on TV. So, from the few minutes I’ve caught in channel flipping, this is the extent of what I gathered: it’s about blue creatures
When we decided to overnight in Cambria during our California Central Coast road-trip, we had a hard time picking which part of the city to stay in. For a teeny, tiny town like Cambria (population 6,000), that sounds silly to say, but there were in fact two distinct options.
It was shortly after 8 p.m. when we walked in to the lobby at the Sea Shore Motel. We had not had dinner yet and most of the local restaurants were closing in an hour. “We’ll just check in really quick, grab our key and head out,” I thought, naively. There are certain charms about smaller hotels.
Striking hilltop mansions, rugged cliffs and dramatic sunsets combine to make California’s Central Coast a bucket list destination. Like many visitors to the area, we opted to do a road trip along the stretch of Pacific Coast Highway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.