Do you have a bucket list of places you want to go to? People who aspire to travel would usually have at least one destination from Arizona that they would really like to visit. There are a lot of beautiful places in Arizona, with the Grand Canyon being the number one destination of all times. But, it’s about time that you discover different spots. Here are the 6 surreal places in Arizona that you need to visit before you die:
1. Antelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon is probably one of the most beautiful places in Arizona. You’ll find the bright, red-colored canyons truly striking! Even more so when the sun shines on it. Snap a photo and keep a memorable experience you can cherish in your lifetime. P.S. There are no filters used here. What you see in a photo is what it looks like in real life!
Location: East of Page in Northern Arizona
2. Fossil Creek
Who wants to swim in clear water with a distinct color that varies from blue to green? If you’re up for that, you should visit Fossil Creek to experience nature at its finest. It’s best to go there by hiking and get a rewarding relaxation by dipping into the waters.
The large, natural waterfall that is a one-mile hike on Waterfall Trail is a beautiful stopover. You can swim in the large, deep pool at the base of the fall.
Location: Take the primary access from Forest Road 708 (Fossil Creek Road) off Arizona State Route 260 east of Camp Verde
3. The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of the 7 wonders of the world. Millions of people flock to this amazing natural landmark every year and every single one of them is more amazed at what they see than thought they would be. The Grand Canyon has that effect on people. The views are so majestic, it causes one to stop in their tracks and take it all in. Arizona is full of surreal places like this. That’s what makes Arizona so amazing! Visiting this surreal place will definitely leave you in awe. Need we say more?
4. The Birthing Cave, Sedona
Location: Long Canyon Trailhead
5. Havasu Falls
You shouldn’t miss the chance of visiting Havasu Falls in this lifetime. Just by looking at the color of the water and falls, it’s already refreshing to the eyes. What more if you go for a swim? The hiking may be difficult, but as they say, it’s worth it.
Location: Hualapai Hilltop, Supai, Arizona 86435
6. Meteor Crater
Have you ever seen a crater? If you haven’t, then it’s a must to go to this mile-long Meteor Crater in Arizona. You don’t get to see things like this every day, so when you get a tour in this place, listen well to your guide to learn more about it. That way, you’ll also get an appreciation of this earthly wonder. By the way, when you’re passing through Winslow, Arizona, be sure to check out the Standin’ on the Corner Park.
Fun fact: Astronauts from NASA train here to prepare for moving around in spacesuits. They also practice picking up and collecting rocks with their space gloves.
Location: Meteor Crater Enterprises, Inc. Interstate 40, Exit 233, Winslow, Arizona
We are truly blessed to be able to have these places right in our own backyard! Which place is your favorite?
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