Northern Rockies

While visiting big cities, giant amusement parks or crowded events may seem like a great vacation to some, others need a vacation where they can unplug, take in the Great American outdoors, and just - finally - relax. Maybe even learn something new, and have an incredible cultural and spiritual experience to refresh your mind and spirit.

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Oklahoma: First Nation in the Heartland

Perhaps nowhere else in the United States can you get a more in-depth look at Native American history than in one of the original “Indian Territories” itself - Oklahoma. No less than 67 Tribal nations have called Oklahoma home, some of which date back as far as 14,000 years ago - the time of the last ice age. The long, storied history of Native people on this land is a history of overcoming grave injustices time and time again, rising from the ashes, and preserving their identities, their culture and their way of life against all odds.

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Florida – Archaeological Treasure of the Southeast

Tell most people that you are taking a vacation in Florida, and they’ll probably assume you’re headed to Disney World, or maybe SeaWorld. Perhaps even Universal Studios or the Florida Keys.

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Alaska: The Largest, and Most Overlooked, Tourist Destination of the North

As you can imagine, a land mass as large as Alaska’s has to be divided up into regions. There are five regions of Alaska: Interior, Southcentral, Inside Passage, Southwest and the Arctic / Far North. Each region is home to Native people that have lived there for centuries, with their own unique languages, customs and traditions. Today, Alaska Natives constitute more than 15% of the entire population of Alaska.

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The Extraordinary Experience of the Navajo Nation

There may be nothing more beautiful in the world than the art that nature creates over time. This is especially true for a small, nondescript patch of land near Page, Arizona within the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation – the home of the world famous Antelope Canyon. Tens of thousands of years ago, this sacred land was covered in sand dunes. Slowly, over the course of millenia, those sand dunes compressed into sandstone.

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A Hidden Treasure Within One of the The Seven Wonders of the World – Havasu Falls

There may be nothing more beautiful in the world than the art that nature creates over time. This is especially true for a small, nondescript patch of land near Page, Arizona within the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation – the home of the world famous Antelope Canyon. Tens of thousands of years ago, this sacred land was covered in sand dunes. Slowly, over the course of millenia, those sand dunes compressed into sandstone.

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The Eighth Wonder of the World is Antelope Canyon

There may be nothing more beautiful in the world than the art that nature creates over time. This is especially true for a small, nondescript patch of land near Page, Arizona within the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation – the home of the world famous Antelope Canyon. Tens of thousands of years ago, this sacred land was covered in sand dunes. Slowly, over the course of millenia, those sand dunes compressed into sandstone.

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