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This is the Mohave Point Overlook View of Grand Canyon South Rim.

Views of Overlook Points of Grand Canyon South Rim

Grand Canyon South Rim has overlook points that are accessible by bus. The Red and Orange bus lines stop right in front of each designated overlook points. However, when the crowd is too thick, I’d recommend you to walk a bit further away from the main spot by following the trail on your right or left. […]

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The Antelope Slot Canyon in Page Arizona.

Inside the Antelope Slot Canyon

Wandering inside the Antelope Slot Canyon is kind of going into an unknown but wondrous world where the sun makes a stunning chiaroscuro on every slit that opens up like slithering waves carved and perfected by time. These are just few photos I’m showing you for now. I’m kinda lazy to resize them all for […]

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Bathroom with a view at Monument Valley.

Loo with a view

I never thought of writing this post, “Loo with a View,” until I skimmed through my photographs from my Arizona trip. I noticed that I had a couple of shots of bathrooms, overlooking the panoramic views of the Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon. Though these bathrooms don’t really have windows which you can take […]

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South Kaibab Hiking Trail / Recommended Hiking Trails at the Grand Canyo.

Recommended Hiking Trails at the Grand Canyon

Don’t just visit the Grand Canyon. Experience it! Visiting is just like going there for a while, taking photos and posting them on your Instagram and Facebook. I have nothing against it but if you’ve got time, stay longer and experience one of the world’s most photographed natural wonder. Witness its breathtaking sunrise and its […]

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The shuttle bus at Grand Canyon.

Camping at the Grand Canyon

Accommodations inside or around the Grand Canyon are really ridiculously expensive. But, if you’ve got the money, there’s no problem, of course. And also, good luck getting a vacancy. You have to book a room with a view (or even without a view) months before you’re visiting. There are many parking spaces everywhere, so, that […]

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Grand Canyon Bright Angel Trailhead

Views of the Bright Angel Trail at the Grand Canyon

If you have very limited time to stay at the Grand Canyon (South Rim), and you really want to go hiking down the natural wonder, you better take Bright Angel Trail. The views are stunning and the difficulty level isn’t really that bad—even for a beginner. FLIGHTS TO AND HOTELS AT THE GRAND CANYON You […]

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The Grand Canyon Sunset at Hopi Point.

Where to watch the Grand Canyon Sunset

I arrived at the Grand Canyon at 2:15 in the afternoon from Flagstaff. The Arizona Shuttle Bus dropped me off at Maswik Lodge and from there I got on the Blue Bus Line to the Grocery Store. I had my late lunch at the cafe inside. Later, I collected the camping equipment I reserved to […]

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Sunrise at Mather Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon

PHOTOS: Grand Canyon Sunrise is Magic

I woke up at 4:15 in the morning. Yes, that early! I left my camp site at 4:35. The first shuttle bus was at 4:30 and I reckoned it’s gonna pass by Mather Campground at 4:45. It turned out, my guess was right. 😜 I was told that there’s no such thing as the best […]

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From Phoenix to Grand Canyon: Tips for Backpackers

From Phoenix to Grand Canyon: Tips for Backpackers

Arizona isn’t cheap if you don’t drive. The State isn’t made to be backpacker-friendly. Getting a bus in Southeast Asia is way easier than going from one city to another in Arizona. However, if your ultimate destination is ONLY the Grand Canyon, then, you can, for sure, save a lot money. But since you’re already […]

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