Home to 22 federally recognized Native American tribes, Arizona is filled with many stunning and fascinating tributes to Native American culture. One of the must-see dedications is Montezuma Castle, which was established on December 8, 1906.
Are you getting ready to take a trip to Paris? Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind place to stay during your visit? If so, the famous Moulin Rouge windmill is now available as an Airbnb!
Are you interested in taking a trip to the Grand Canyon but not eager to set up a tent and sleep in the wild? If so, Under Canvas Grand Canyon has got you covered.
Located near Zihuatanejo in Mexico, the Playa Viva resort offers a fun and luxurious travel destination for vacationers of all ages. This eco-luxury boutique hotel just got a bit better, though, thanks to the addition of a series of bamboo treehouses.
Zenbo Seinei is a recently proposed wellness center designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. Located on Awaji Island in Japan, it will provide travelers with a place where they can escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life and enjoy some much-needed “zen” time with open-air baths, yoga classes, meditation classes, and tofu-based cuisine.
As the most famous island in Greece, it’s not surprising that Mykonos is a hot travel destination. It’s about to get even more exciting this summer, though, thanks to the opening of its newest resort, Cali Mykonos.
You know that the Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Do you know the best place to see these views, though? If not, now you do — Skywalk!
Italy certainly doesn’t have a shortage of impressive architecture and gorgeous views. However, for travelers who want to enjoy these things and get a little spooky during their vacation, a trip to Vezio Castle provides everything they need.
Of all the impressive spiritual locations found in Sedona, Arizona, the Chapel of the Holy Cross is easily the most iconic. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a stunning Roman Catholic Church building that has been constructed directly into Sedona’s red rocks. It stands 200 feet above the ground and features a 90-foot cross at the center.
Yellowstone officially became the first national park in the United States in 1872. Not only is it home to all kinds of wild animals, but it also features a variety of impressive natural phenomena, including hot springs, geysers, and an active supervolcano.