By turns mountainous and arid, urban and spacious, Arizona has some of the most breathtaking sights in the world. The Southwestern state has nearly 7 million people, but nearly two thirds of them live in the metropolitan area of its capital, Phoenix. That leaves a lot of space for some amazing and pristine natural wonders.
Navajo Nation, Coconino County, Near Page, Arizona
While you’re exploring near Page, make sure to book your passage to the surreal, twisting rock walls of Antelope Canyon. A favorite for photographers, Antelope Canyon displays varying moods, glowing in different colors depending upon time of the day and year. The Canyon is on Navajo land, and it is only accessible via guided tours led by authorized tour guides.