Last Updated on December 6, 2020
Do you remember the long, lazy days we spent as kids taking divergent paths to uncover a world of possibilities along the way? This pause feels a little like that… While we wait to travel once more, we can pin a path forward, planning, and plotting our escape. And, there’s no better place to start than in our own backyard.
Explore these enigmas and more as you visit the lost canyons and cultures of the American Southwest. Hop in a 4-wheel-drive backcountry vehicle with a local Navajo guide and cruise through 5,000 years of uninterrupted civilization at Canyon de Chelly National Monument— home to ancient ruins, spires, and petroglyphs as well as modern-day Navajo families. You’ll also feel the wind in your hair on a guided Jeep tour through the stunning red rock scenery and sandstone formations of striking Sedona, and on the Verde Canyon Scenic Railroad should you choose to take in the breathtaking, high-desert scenery from an outdoor viewing car.
Although the pacific northwest might be known for its light rain showers, the locals know that it’s the freshly brewed coffee, perfectly crafted beer, and robust local wines that really pour. Clear your schedule and your palate for this tasty undiscovered tour through the natural wonders, lush wilderness, and picturesque wineries of scenic Washington and Oregon. Learn More Here…