Arizona KEY Travel Magazine is with Out of Africa Wildlife Park!

Arizona KEY Travel Magazine is featuring Out of Africa Wildlife Park and letting you know how to enter our giveaway! We’re talking about our cover, Hot Air Expeditions and we’re talking about the Musical Instrument Museum, Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Ballet Under the Stars and More!

We went to Arizona and didn’t die | Steph Tarno

If you are scared of heights, this video might make your heart drop – we took on some of Arizona’s highest viewpoints.
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Grand Canyon – South Rim
Yavapai Point
Mather Point
South Kaibab Trail
Horseshoe Bend, Page

Arizona & Utah Road Trip 2015

Took a 10 day road trip to Arizona and Utah in 2015. Visited Sedona, The Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Arches National Park, Bridges National Park, Moki Dugway, Goosenecks State Park, Mexican Hat, Monument Valley and Old Scottsdale.

Arizona Road Trip | travel diary

If there is one place that seem like my home away from home, it would be Arizona! Not only does my brother and my four legged niece and nephew live there, but Arizona has such an amazing back drop. The landscape rapidly changes from desert to forest and there is never ending “oh’s” and “ah’s” no matter where you look.

This video is compilation of 2 different trips. A trip at the end of October and then a trip in May to celebrate my brothers birthday. Hope you enjoy!

Camera: GoPro Hero 5
Edit: iMovie

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Walking Tour Through Upper Antelope Canyon | Travel Arizona



Antelope Canyon include two separate slot canyon sections – the Upper and the Lower. Within this video you will see us walk through the Upper Canyon, which is on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona.

The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means ‘the place where water runs through rocks’, and the canyon is only accessible by guided tour. It cost us $40 per person to go on the tour and it was roughly about an hour in total – to us, it was well worth it!

Here is just one of the many tour guides you can find:

This video was filmed August 2016, the weather was great, not too and it was pretty breezy. We went during the afternoon, around 1/2PM.

You are split into small groups which are each led by their own tour guide. You must hop on a 4×4 truck with bench seats in the back and haul ass through this desert. (Make sure to bring a bandana to wear on your face as it can get dusty out there). As you’ll see on the video, there are multiple cars driving to the Canyons at the same time, it feels like you’re in Mad Max – “WITNESS ME!!”.

Yes, what everyone says is true – these tours can be crowded but we made the best of it and it wasn’t suffocating! Please keep in mind that as you are going in, there will be other tours coming out, so just be courteous and step aside to let them through.

Our guide was phenomenal. He told us which settings we should use on our phones and cameras to take better pictures and videos. The sights are just as amazing as you would imagine and I cannot wait to go back and do the lower canyon one day in the future.


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Hello Arizona

Is always my passion to directed and edited something i love to do. A short trip to Arizona with amazing scenery and hot sun.

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