Bryce Canyon, the North Rim, Capitol Reef: Visiting the West’s Lesser-Known National Parks

Every year, more than 237 million people visit national parks across the United States. The top 10 national parks account for around 40 million of those visits. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern Tennessee welcomes the highest number of annual visitors. But the western U.S. is home to a number of parks that […]

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About the Grand Canyon

For many people around the world, the Grand Canyon is a top destination on their bucket list. But while this incredible natural landmark is one of the most recognizable in the U.S., many visitors don’t know much about the history or rich culture of the canyon. Whether you have a visit planned or are still […]

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7 Packing Tips for Your Next 6, 7, or 10 Day Adventure

Packing for a 6, 7, or 10-day luxury tour presents a unique challenge. You’ll want to bring a variety of types of clothing, as well as plenty of layers, to take you from the hiking trail to a dinner out, and from cool mornings to hot afternoons in the desert. But when you’re traveling from […]

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3 Ways to Experience National Parks That Aren’t Hiking

Besides the stunning views, hiking is no doubt one of the biggest things that draw visitors to our country’s national parks. But while this popular activity is certainly a must-do in top parks like Yellowstone or Zion, it’s far from the only way to experience these parks. If you’re ready to mix things up, keep […]

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Beat the Crowds With a Private National Park Tour

If you’ve scrolled through Instagram in recent weeks, you may have noticed that your friends’ pictures of iconic national park landmarks look a bit different this year. Instead of towering rock faces and clear water, The Narrows in Zion looks like a river of people. Arches’ namesake rock formations are now flanked by lines. In […]

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