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A Grand Engagement: Alissa and Zach at the Grand Canyon

Although each of our tours are special here, one trip to the Grand Canyon last winter was extra memorable, since it involved an engagement! Alissa and Zach are currently a very happy couple and planning to be married in October of 2021, and were kind enough to share their story (and beautiful photos from the...
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Bryce Canyon National Park

Must-Dos at Bryce Canyon National Park

The US’s National Parks System preserves some of the country’s most impressive and unique landscapes, and most of these parks have so much to do that you’ll never feel like you’ve seen everything. However, real life means that (unfortunately!) we can’t often stay in the parks for as long as we’d like to, so we...
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Angels Landing, Zion National Park

7 Most Iconic Hikes of Zion National Park

Zion National Park, located in southern Utah in the United States, is one of the country’s most popular national parks, and with good reason: its huge, sheer cliffs of desert red rock dropping to a green valley far below makes for some once-in-a-lifetime views. If you’re planning a trip to Zion anytime soon (and we...
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Sunlight Filters into Antelope Canyon

Do You Know How Many Antelope Canyons There Are?

Antelope Canyon Wash is a natural slot canyon, approximately 30 miles long and includes a number of different sections.  Each section has its own personality, and offers beautiful presentations of light, color and shape as sunlight pours into the magnificent crack in the Earth. 
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Lake Powell Near Page, Arizona

What Will Surprise You in Page Beyond Antelope Canyon?

This will make you want to stay several days in Page! You have certainly heard about, or perhaps visited, the famous Antelope Canyon and breathtaking Horseshoe Bend Overlook in Page, Arizona.  But there are a number of other great experiences waiting for you! It will surprise you see how much there is to do in...
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Grand Canyon Cavern Stage

Why Should You Visit Grand Canyon Caverns?

About 2 hours from Grand Canyon National Park, and about 3 hours from Las Vegas, you will find Grand Canyon Caverns, tucked away on historic Route 66.  This is a perfect visit between the two, and is included in the Grand Canyon National Park Tour with National Park Express.  
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