Bright Angel Lodge: An Honest Review

Every year 5 million people visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, but where do they all stay? Fortunately, there are 5 hotels within the Grand Canyon Village. The Bright Angel Lodge was designed by Mary Jane Colter in 1935 and built for tourists on moderate incomes. There are 90 rustic cabin units, some […]

9 AWESOME Things to Do in Williams, AZ (+ Helpful Guide)

Heading to the Grand Canyon and considering staying or stopping in Williams, Arizona? Williams, Arizona is a popular town to stay and explore for visitors heading to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Affordable lodging, a good variety of restaurants, and excellent tourist activities, including the Grand Canyon Railway, make it an appealing option […]

The Grand Canyon Railway: Our Full Review + Helpful Tips

Grand Canyon Railway

Heading to the Grand Canyon and looking for something different? The Grand Canyon Railway is iconic to the Grand Canyon and is one of the most popular things to do. The Grand Canyon Railway transports hundreds of guests every day from the town of Williams, AZ to the Grand Canyon Village of the South Rim. […]

The Best Activities when Visiting Page, Arizona and Lake Powell

The sun sets amid a cloudy sky over the red sandstone cliffs of Lake Powell, Utah. The water of the lake ripples and reflects the setting sun.

The city of Page and neighboring Lake Powell are an outdoor adventure hub, perfect for visitors of all ages and abilities. From watersports to hiking, biking, and history. Keep reading for all of our favorite activities to do in Page, AZ. History Page, Arizona is a town born from the Glen Canyon Dam itself. Less […]

The Best of Page, Arizona

Antelope Canyon upper

If you’re ever wondering what there is to do between Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon, there are some fun things to do in Page, Arizona. This area is often called Grand Canyon East but it’s actually not part of Grand Canyon National Park. It is a collection of private & Navajo land as well […]

The Best Things to do in Monument Valley

monument valley with hiking trail

Monument Valley is a Navajo National Park located on the Utah Arizona border in the Four Corners region. It is a symbol of the west but was mostly unknown until the 1930s when it started being shown in films. Here is what we cover in this video: Resources

Navajo Bridge & Lees Ferry Near Page, AZ: Underrated Grand Canyon Sites!

Navajo Bridge

Navajo Bridge and Lees Ferry are two sites located near Page, Arizona, that were surprisingly fun! Here are the basics you need to know if you’re thinking about visiting these sites. Getting There These sites are located about 45 minutes away from Page, Arizona, 1.5 hours from the North Rim, and 2 hours from the […]

How to Visit Antelope Canyon: Complete Guide

Antelope Canyon is a famous attraction near Page, AZ. I found it rather complicated when I started researching the canyon because In this article, I’ll try to simplify it for you. This is based on my research and my own experience in visiting three of the canyons.  6 Antelope Canyons  To my knowledge, there are […]

How to Visit Horseshoe Bend (+ Rafting Review)

horseshoe bend page az

Horseshoe Bend is a large bend in the Colorado River near Page, AZ. It is part of the Grand Canyon, though not technically part of Grand Canyon National Park. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area gets to claim Horseshoe Bend. Popularity  Horseshoe Bend exploded in popularity thanks to social media. What most social media posts don’t show you […]