Road Tripping the Wild west

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I organized a trip for the 4 of us girls for the month of October. It was easily one of the best trips of my life because the 4 of us were on the same wavelength the whole time and we all wanted to just get out explore and get lost.

Here is how I planned the trip and more pictures from the trip:

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Tips to visit the Antelope Canyon

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Visiting Antelope Canyon was probably one of my favorite adventures I’ve been on. Growing up I always saw pictures of this plan as background pictures on the computer, blame Microsoft for it!
Here is some tips for you if you’re thinking of planning to visit this incredible place.

  • There is an upper antelope canyon and a lower. I visited the Lower canyon because that’s where all those beautiful pictures are from with the sunlight beaming down through open slits of the canyon
  • In order to visit this beautiful place you need to sign up for the tour. The grounds are part of the Navajo nation, which is the reason why you’re only allowed in with a Navajo native. We booked our tour with Ken’s Tours, for $28/person, and we were very happy with our tour guide.
  • The whole tour inside the canyon lasted about an hour/ hour and half.
  • Although it maybe too hot out in the desert once you’re in the canyon it’s pretty cool because most of it is shaded.
  • There will be some parts where you go have to go up stairs and ladders so make sure you wear proper footwear and have free hands.
  • On the same day we visited Antelope canyon we also visited Horseshoe bend since it was only about half hour drive away. Great way to hit 2 bucket lists on one day!

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Plan a trip to Joshua Tree National Park

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Here is a recap of my last camping trip to Joshua Tree National Park:

We stayed at Jumbo Rocks campsite, which is a first come first served camp site. This means you might have to  drive around for a while to find the perfect site with some shade to protect you from the sun and to keep you cool throughout the day. From this campsite you can walk to the Skull Rock trail. Read more to see my pictures

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