Tag: national parks

7 Reasons To Visit A National Park

7 Reasons To Visit A National Park

Did you know this week is National Park Week (Saturday 4/20 – Sunday 4/28)?! As of now, The United States has 61 national parks and each of them encompasses unique beauty that attracts crowds of tourists every year. National parks are one of the few […]

Camp Verde, Arizona: Was Montezuma Castle really Montezuma’s Castle? A Look Into This Cliff Dwelling

Camp Verde, Arizona: Was Montezuma Castle really Montezuma’s Castle? A Look Into This Cliff Dwelling

There are so many noteworthy national monuments located in Arizona! It’s probably a known fact that a lot of them are associated with the Native Americans. Not too long ago, I discovered there’s one really unique national monument that is located in the city of […]

Places Worth Seeing If You’re Traveling to San Francisco, California, For The First Time, According to 2 Girls (feat. Yosemite National Park)

Places Worth Seeing If You’re Traveling to San Francisco, California, For The First Time, According to 2 Girls (feat. Yosemite National Park)

Collaboration Blog Post by Leslie Lopez and Gabrielle Sales (Side note: This will be quite a lengthy post, but grab a snack or two and maybe a beer, and sit back and relax while you read through our suggested itinerary.) San Francisco is a city […]

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019: A Recap Of My New Year’s Eve Spent in Northern Arizona and My Past (Adventurous) Year (ft. the Pine Cone Drop)

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019: A Recap Of My New Year’s Eve Spent in Northern Arizona and My Past (Adventurous) Year (ft. the Pine Cone Drop)

Happy (belated) New Year’s! 2019 came by in a whirlwind and I still feel as though 2018 hasn’t fully left us yet. However, when a new year comes, this means a new chapter. 365 days. 365 new blessings and chances to take. 365 (okay, maybe […]

Between Nevada and California: Death Valley National Park is The Lowest, Hottest, and Driest National Park in The Nation

Between Nevada and California: Death Valley National Park is The Lowest, Hottest, and Driest National Park in The Nation

When I went to Las Vegas last month, there was no doubt in my mind that I wanted to explore Death Valley National Park. Everywhere I go to now, I plan to visit a national park or some remarkable nature out there. Almost 2 hours […]

Tucson, Arizona: Find Millions of Cacti in “Cactus Land” (Saguaro National Park)

Tucson, Arizona: Find Millions of Cacti in “Cactus Land” (Saguaro National Park)

The other day (October 14) was the 24th birthday of Saguaro National Park! I moved here temporarily in Arizona on September 29th to spend time here to relax with my family, especially with my parents who moved here almost a year ago. Coming to this […]

How I Made the Most of 24 Hours in Colorado (featuring the Rocky Mountains)

How I Made the Most of 24 Hours in Colorado (featuring the Rocky Mountains)

Nobody ever forgets the first time they travel alone. In May, after spending time with my parents in their home state of Arizona, I decided to take that plunge to do some solo traveling and it was going to be my first time. I said […]

Experiencing the Delaware Water Gap: Delaware River Tubing

Experiencing the Delaware Water Gap: Delaware River Tubing

In the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania lies a water gap that is surrounded by grassy beaches and forested mountains, the Delaware Water Gap. The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area offers a lot of outdoors activities for families and friends from hiking, fishing, […]

Twentynine Palms, California: Joshua Tree National Park

Twentynine Palms, California: Joshua Tree National Park

4 hours away from my parents’ home located in Surprise, Arizona is a remarkable place in the vast Mojave Desert. This road trip led us to the Joshua Tree National Park located in Twentynine Palms, a city in the neighboring Southern California. It’s been 5 […]

Sandy Hook, NJ: Discovering the Oldest Lighthouse in America and Breathtaking Views by Wildlife Habitats

Sandy Hook, NJ: Discovering the Oldest Lighthouse in America and Breathtaking Views by Wildlife Habitats

Happy May, everyone! Time is really flying by. The temperatures are now rising in my home state of New Jersey and you know what this calls for? More summer adventures and more exploration! Last year, I found it amazing and refreshing to be by the […]