The Ultimate List of Las Vegas Natural Attractions Las Vegas has more national parks within a day’s drive than any other city in the United States. When you include state parks, National Recreation Areas, and Navajo Tribal parks, there is not another city in America that offers as many opportunities to get outdoors than Las

The 5 Best Hikes Near Las Vegas Every year Vegas gets thousands of travelers from all around the world not to see the strip, but to see the world-famous natural sites around Vegas, like the Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon. The natural side of the American Southwest is something any traveler and explorer would go

Live It Up Early Bird Style in Las Vegas Not everyone who goes to Las Vegas is a crazed, late-night party animal, and not everyone comes here for the shows, either. Many people can’t help but be boring early morning risers. But does generally being boring necessarily mean that we have to be bored while

Williams, Arizona is a lovely town in the Coconino National Forest.  Also known as the “Gateway to the Grand Canyon”, Williams is a town where many Grand Canyon visitors find themselves at some point.  As visitors stroll through the pretty Williams streets, they will notice dozens of eateries enticing them with local delicacies. But how

      Antelope Canyon is a magical place. This slot canyon in northern Arizona is situated on land owned by the Navajo Nation. It’s divided into two sections: Lower Antelope Canyon and Upper Antelope Canyon. The two sections are similar but bear some important differences. One of the main questions we get from our

5 Reasons Why You Should Not Drive from Los Angeles to Las Vegas Las Vegas is a logical next stop following Los Angeles.  Almost all of our international guests end up visiting Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.  The two most popular routes between these 3 cities are Los Angeles-Las Vegas-San Francisco and San