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The World’s Ten Best Sights from Balloon Rides

Looking for an exciting and different vacation? An excuse to go somewhere you’ve never been and see something you’ve never seen? Or perhaps the chance to see a familiar place in a new way, from high above the earth? Hot air balloon festivals take place all around the world, and are the perfect way to spend a family vacation, especially if you’ve become bored with the average fare

Visiting Hoover Dam while you are in Las Vegas

Exploring Hoover Dam And The New Bypass Bridge Hoover Dam is a true American icon. Rising 700 feet, the dam has been holding back the powerful Colorado River for more than 75 years. For Las Vegas visitors, it’s a cinch to visit this historic landmark. Tours options include bus, helicopter, and airplane. And each is guaranteed to deliver you an experience you’ll never forget.

Visiting Beatifull Lake Powell

Lake Powell is identified as a man made water reservoir that’s located on the Colorado River between the states of Utah and Arizona. The reservoir was made through the flooding of Glen Canyon with the creating of the Glen Canyon Dam. Due to this production of the dam, it turned into a popular summer vacation spot.

Moab and Red Rock Country Moab, Utah

The adventure-travel epicentre of the canyon country is a surprisingly small town. But even with a population of just under 5,000, Moab boasts enough great-outdoors options—plus epic film-worthy scenery to match—to justify a town ten times its size. The city, named after a Biblical kingdom, started life as a Mormon settlement in 1855, and went through a phase as a uranium boom town in the 1950s. Moab’s latest incarnation began in the 1980s, when proponents of a nascent sport called mountain biking discovered that the endless miles of colourful sandstone known as ‘slickrock’ were perfect for fat-tyred fun.