National Park

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon - PanoramaOne of the 7 natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is a must see for everyone. As soon as you enter this enchanted place, you will be amazed at the sheer cliffs and winding canyons.
The sheer size of this natural wonder is mind boggling. It is 277 miles long and up to 18 miles wide. Looking down, you can be gazing at a depth of 1 mile from the top.

Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park-PANOThe first time I saw Joshua Tree NP I thought I just crossed through the twilight zone and into another planet. The eerie landscape, rock formations and the uncanny Joshua trees combine to transport you to a different state of mind. This 800,000 acres park straddles the Mojave and Sonoran deserts in California. It is home to the most stunning rock piles, mountain ranges, desert views and an unexpected oasis here and there. 

Channel Islands National Park

Santa Cruz Island, CAIt is hard to find a secluded area in Southern California to step away from civilization and commune with nature. But luckily for us, the Channel Islands are a short boat ride away with beautiful nature and great adventures.

The 8 islands making up the Channel Islands are only a few miles away from the coast of Southern California but they might as well worlds away. Those islands have never been connected to the mainland, so they have their own species of animals and plants.