Now that I’ve informed you all over the past few months about everything we’ve done on our US roadtrip, it’s probably also time to discuss the price tag that came along with this holiday. Same as with Cuba, I had a budget in mind before departure. This time, I was looking at around 2500 euros I… Continue reading How much money do I need for a 16-day US roadtrip?
When one talks about visiting the South-West of the USA, everyone is always raving about the Grand Canyon and the Bryce Canyon and Yosemite National Park. And of course these are the highlights of that area, but there are also so many lesser known gems that are just waiting to be discovered. One of those… Continue reading The unpaved roads at Capitol Reef National Park
Almost every traveller heading to the South-West of the USA will try to include Monument Valley in their travel route. And with a reason; it's an amazing place with great sights and wonderful nature. But since everyone is heading there, it can get very crowded which immediately makes it all a little less magic. But closeby, there is… Continue reading Monument Valley vs Valley of the Gods
Those who have been around for most of my America posts the past couple of months may have already noticed that the Moab area has so much to offer when it comes to beautiful nature. I've already told you my experience at Arches National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park, but aside from those two already… Continue reading The best of Moab: Canyonlands National Park
As I mentioned before, our roadtrip through South-West America consisted of many "Musts" and a few "To do if we have some time left". Natural Bridges National Monument was one that fit the last category. But as with all sights in that area, it was still worth it to take a quick stop and explore this park. There… Continue reading Up close and personal with the Owachomo bridge
To be honest, I had never heard of this state park before I actually started preparing for our US roadtrip. And I'll also gladly admit that I may have made fun of its name on numerous occassions. Well, it is on the list of 'unusual place names' after all... But all joking aside, Dead Horse Point State… Continue reading The majestic view of Dead Horse Point State Park
In the region of Moab, there are many points of interest, but the national park we were most looking forward to, was definitely Arches National Park. Arches National Park has the largest concentration of natural sandstone arches in the world which of course immediately piqued our interest. As many other national parks, it offers many lovely viewing areas… Continue reading Why hiking is the way to go at Arches National Park