Eza YudhaAntelope Canyon was like a Labyrinth, once you enter it, just follow the certain path, enjoy that wonderful nature legacy, and reach the end of the cave unconciously.whereas your life, you create your own labyrinth, pursuing your dream, having some fun, full of laughter and tears, happiness and sadness respectively until the uncertain end of time. #myNovGetaway #thanksgiving
elsashen0529Ma'ao Bay is a U-shaped section of the Colorado River in Arizona. Because the large rocks surrounding the bay are shaped like saddles, it is called "Ma'ao Bay." Ma'ao Bay watching sunset is one of the must-see tourist attractions in the United States. Be sure to note the following: Free visit, parking is $10. There are toilets in the parking lot, no service facilities in the landscape area, you must bring good water, sunscreen, and anti-flying insect spray. The parking lot is about 15 minutes walk to the landscape area. The time must be mastered, because there is no summer time in Pegg City and Alasana. And the scenic spot has an hour summer time with the local Indian residential area. So I almost missed the sunset. The thin sand is easy to raise friends with contact lenses, please pay attention to protect. The temperature drops immediately after sunset. If you are afraid of cold, bring a thin coat.
我挺漂亮The scenery is strange, it is too many people, all tourists must take the four-wheel drive in the reserve, but also canceled the walk permission, so that tourists in the hot sun walk accident. The entrance to the Antelope Canyon is not obvious, it is only a thin crack from a distance, and when you enter the canyon, some places may be quite dark, no light can reach the ground, the cliffs are about 20 meters high, the total length is about 150 meters, the photography group enters, you need to have a SLR and a tripod, It must be combined and only after the reception checks can enter. Due to the large number of tourists, it takes quickness and patience to take a photo of the sun and no one else.
浪子ppbIt's not far from the Grand Canyon. We passed by on our way to Phoenix and stopped by to see it. A particularly large crater has science documentary inside it. It's quite good to bring children. In fact, there are quite a few foreign tourists bringing children.
chenweiwenThe Monument Valley, known as Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, is located on the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona-Utah border, one of the ten enchanting deserts of the United States, with its magnificent scenery, which is used many times as a location for the Hollywood Westerns and as a television set. The background of the advertisement is more famous for the Forrest Gump biography. The formation of the special geomorphology is the deposition of the ancient Rocky Mountains here, and then turned into sandstone, because of the pressure of strata, resulting in the surface fault uplift, and the erosion of the wind and rain, became the ancient city of the present ruins of the landscape.
Coconino County Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Address - 671 Scenic View Rd, Page, AZ, 86040, US Page Lake powell
Ambiance/Facilities - One of the newest hotel in Page. Clean and Big
Highlights - Near attraction and beside Denny
Avg. Price per Person - 100 usd per night
Rating - 8/10 for it location and price.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a convenience store, and express check-in and check-out while staying at Wingate by Wyndham Page Lake Powell. In addition, Wingate by Wyndham Page Lake Powell offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Page trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Antelope Canyon is located in Arizona, United States. Antelope Canyon is in the canyon area, or the confluence of two steep cliffs and is shaped like a valley. The area is formed from the erosion of sandstone by wind and water, as well as flash floods. Overall, this most beautiful tourist spot in the world is processed naturally and forms an exotic earth fault. This destination is a beautiful place because when the walls of Antelope Canyon are reflected by light, it will give beautiful colors. This is what attracts tourists. There are various activities that can be done here such as hiking and camping. The recommended time to enjoy the beauty of Antelope Canyon is summer, because the sun's rays will break through the cliffs. #triplocal
Sedona is a great city for nature lovers, there's many mountains and beautiful areas to hike here. The town is clean and feels perfectly safe to walk around at night or day. To get to Red Rock State Park’s most iconic photo spots be prepared for some rugged adventure. Along the Bunkhouse and Eagle Nest trails, you’ll find scenic views of jagged cliffs and towering rock formations at every turn. #summervacation #hikingtrails
Lower Antelop Canyon Page, Arizona- Walk into the wonderland
When we planned road trip to Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, we Planned to go to Lower Antelope as well. We saw it in Photos and we were really impressed by the way photos were taken and we were appreciating the Photographer. We imediately decided to include in our trip.
After booking Tour online, advised to book in afternoon (3:00 pm to 5:00 pm), as with sun still available colors and photograph both comes magical.
We completed our GrandCanyon and started driving towards Page. Once we reached at the tour Provided Location we were taken in group of 20-25 people and walked shortly and then took a small stair to go down in Canyon.
We were so happy with the colorful view, sun was still on our head and getting enough light. Our tour guide was really nice and explained every corner of it. He also took Wonderfull photos and knew which canyon part looks good in Photos.
I think its a must visit place If you are around Grand Canyon or Arizona. Even with no experience in photography we were able to click impressive photos ;)
#summer Fun in Sedona, Arizona The Red Rock Canyon
Must see! There are three trails to the awe inspiring Devil’s Bridge: an easy/moderate route with an option to drive a 4x4 vehicle for two miles round trip(3.6 mile hike); a moderate route (no 4x4) that’s 4 miles; the strenuous hike is about 4.6 miles with no 4x4. The views atop the Devil’s Bridge are simply gorgeous. You will experience why the old saying states that “God created the Grand Canyon, but He lives in Sedona.” A must for those experienced or inexperienced hikers alike.
The Moenkopi Dinosaur Tracks is a must-visit for all adventure seekers. Bring out your inner child and stomp among REAL dinosaur footprints!
I went on a tour with a bunch of people to see all the different kinds of dinosaur footprints. My tour guide said that these dinosaur tracks were formed in the early Jurassic times about 200 million years ago! Wow! Can you imagine that? 🦕🦖
Definitely a sight to remember! Possibly my favorite natural wonders of the world. This was on my bucket list for as long as I can remember and I can’t believe I finally got to see it!
It’s a short hike to get to the top but the wide trail makes it easy. However, it’s pretty steep on the way down so be careful. Bring your camera. You won’t want to miss this spectacular view!
One of the most beautiful a place I've ever seen. Words cannot describe how amazing this place is, you must see it for yourself. This is was my favorite thing I did in Arizona. It's best to go during the early morning hours or late afternoon to get the best photos. Our tour guide at kens tours was awesome. He showed all of us how to take the best photos whether we had iPhones, Android, or point and shoot cameras. I was in awe the entire time.
Getting There - Self drive
Attractions - Horse shoe bend at Page
Hotels - Number of hotel in town
Food & Restaurants - restaurants cafe fastfood
Shopping - Noting much
Horseshoe Bend is a horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River located near the town of
Page, Arizona, United States. It is also referred to as the "east rim of the Grand Canyon
You don't need hiking boots, but close toed shoes are a good idea as it's very sandy. Wear a hat and sunscreen. There's no shade during the walk or once you're at the view-point. There are no railings, so take care when nearing the edge of the overlook.