Antelope Canyon Should Be On Your Travel List Of Beautiful Places To Visit This Year
For those nature lovers and adventure seekers, Antelope Canyon is one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring sculptures set in stone of the Lake Powell area. This national park is also known as “Corkscrew Canyon”, one of the few slot canyons in the area and the most photographed destination in the world. Located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona, Antelope Canyon is the most mystifying place you could ever visit. Here are the top reasons why you should keep this beautiful destination on your travel list this year.
National Park Week is coming up April 16th to the 24th, celebrating the exquisite natural beauty of the United States. The country contains 58 National Parks in total, bringing meaning to the famous patriotic song â€œAmerica the Beautiful.â€ In the past, we at TakeTours.com have made no secret of our love for these places, and we want to make sure that we do our part to get as many visitors to these parks as possible during this very special week. We want to provide you with the best reasons to visit National Parks today that we believe will sway you in favor of exploring some of the U.S.â€™s Amazing Wonders.
Now that Memorial Day has passed, summer is basically here, and with school out of session for college students (and almost out of session for everyone else), it always makes the perfect season for a fun-filled family vacation. Since there’s a good chance you’ll have the kids along for the ride, it’s probably best to pick a destination that has both an endless amount of entertainment for youngsters, as well as plenty of opportunities for parents to unwind. You’re in luck, because TakeTours is excited to announce a host of new tours that all center on magnificent San Francisco!
At last, the moment we’ve all been waiting for: the sun is shining, the birds are singing, and spring is in the air! At TakeTours.com, we know that, for months, you’ve been wrapped up in your warmest blanket, curled up on a couch in front of your TV, sipping hot chocolate, and wondering just what is Mother Nature’s problem, anyway (we only know this because we have been in the same position).