United States Travel
The USA isn’t the most popular country for many international travelers due to visa restrictions, high travel costs, and lack of affordable transportation. However, the United States has some of the world’s funnest cities, incredible national parks, and unique outdoor landscapes. It’s also the place most Americans spend their time traveling. Despite the cost of traveling in the USA it holds something interesting for every kind of traveler.
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My experience floating in the sky on a hot air balloon ride in Phoenix, Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Year round flights & affordable prices mean anyone can try it.
A tour inside either of Arizona’s Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons are sure to leave your mind blown. See the incredible photos and find out the differences between the two before you visit.
Utah’s remote desert provides a trip to one of the country’s most underrated and unknown outdoors destinations – Dinosaur National Monument.
50,000+ people gather to attend the Holi Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork, Utah. Celebrated at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple on March 30 2013. What’s a religious Hindu holiday doing being celebrated in a tiny Utah city? Come find out here!
Capturing the sunset over Los Angeles. Enjoy the L.A.. sunset from the Hollywood Bowl Overlook and see the entire downtown skyline light up at dusk.
Hiking to Toketee Falls, one of Oregon’s most beautiful waterfalls. Then braving the clothing-optional Umpqua Hot Springs afterwards for a relaxing outdoor jacuzzi.
Centrally located downtown is one of Portland’s top-rated accommodations. Hotel Monaco is a Kimpton owned luxury hotel. Its boutique, upscale and pet friendly.
Yosemite National Park photos that will make you want to drop everything and visit right now!
Luxury lodging near Yosemite National Park. The Tenaya Lodge is a 4 Diamond AAA rated resort located just 2 miles from the South entrance of Yosemite.
See Sedona, Arizona as it rarely is – covered in snow! Photographed inside are famous landmarks including Cathedral Rock, Chapel of the Holy Cross, and stunning views from Airport Mesa.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert tracking down a famous desert dweller that glows in the dark – scorpions.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert outside the Phoenix city limits searching for rattlesnakes after dark. Did I find any.. and did I leave without a bite?