Joshua Tree National Park – a day spent in between two deserts

Joshua Tree National Park is such a pleasant one. It not only has stunning views, but a kinda funky and whimsical feel! The Mojave and the Colorado desert meet in Joshua Tree National Park, creating a very special place with two different types of ecosystems – the variety of fauna and flora is fascinating in this park! Continue reading “Joshua Tree National Park – a day spent in between two deserts”

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park – top 10 things to do

Sequoia and Kings Canyon national park was the first park my husband and I visited last summer while taking a road trip through California. We visited a total of 4 national parks and, as you can imagine, had the best time! Sequoia and Kings Canyon national park was the perfect start for an epic road trip adventure. Continue reading “Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park – top 10 things to do”

A guide to Saguaro National Park

Last December, my husband and I went for a road trip to Arizona. After visiting Sedona (read about it here) and the Petrified Forest National Park (read about it here), we headed south towards Tucson to visit Saguaro National Park!

We’ve all seen a photo of this cactus before, right?! It’s because saguaros are an icon of the Southwest! Continue reading “A guide to Saguaro National Park”

A guide to Petrified Forest National Park

I had heard very little about the Petrified Forest National Park before our visit. All I knew was that there’s wood turned rock in it! Isn’t that fascinating? Given that we love how well organized and maintained the national parks are in this country…we were sold! So I planned a quick visit while we were staying in Sedona for a hiking trip (read more about it here!) last December. Continue reading “A guide to Petrified Forest National Park”