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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Arizona is home to the most iconic landscapes in the United States. To get the mot out of your visit, check out the top things to do in Northern Arizona! Subscribe: Read more on the blog: ———————————————– Connect With Me Online! Website: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Snapchat: seeusoontravel Video Rating: / 5


  • Arienne Parzei 3 months ago

    Arizona is home to the most iconic landscapes in the United States. To get the mot out of your visit, check out the top things to do in Northern Arizona!

  • Sam Saasen 3 months ago

    Gay video

  • Vash died and became Alucard 3 months ago

    Very cool! I'm moving to AZ from neighboring CA. Will you be covering southern Arizona as well? =)

  • Donna Youngquist 3 months ago

    What cities do the grand canyon travel by? And what cities does the grand canyon train leave from?

  • Maggie G 3 months ago

    Wow! I found your channel today through PlanetD ( and I have to say ,your videos are both gorgeous and very informative. I am totally hooked and have already watched about half of them!!! Please keep up the great work and keep the videos coming!

  • Christopher Rudder 3 months ago

    Oh wow Arizona is beautiful. I really love the canons and valleys. Love Sedona and the whole vortex tour. Horse Shoe Bend is also beautiful. I'd love to fly my drone around there. Antelope Canon is also beautiful…How much days would recommend for Northern Arizona…

  • Travel Pockets 3 months ago

    Awesome video! We just visited Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend a couple of months ago and can't wait to go back to explore more of this beautiful state. Really hoping to visit Sedona next year.

  • 3 months ago

    The iconic Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon have all been on my list for many years. Sedona looks quite interesting as well. I did not know about Lake Powell. Wow! It's huge. What would you say was your most cherished moment visiting Northern Arizona? Well done BTW!

  • Travel Tyrol 3 months ago

    I love the beautiful red mountainess sandstone lanscapes. No wonder that many of those beautiful spots are also associated with mystical powers. Thank you, it is a very informative video.

  • goeastyounggal 3 months ago

    I've never seen those parts of Arizona, looks like a cool state. How long would it take a person to do a similar itinerary? And the vortex… hmmm… intriguing!


    The scenery is absolutely stunning. This is on my bucket list! I enjoyed watching your video Arienne. Route 66 looks like a trip I would love. Horseshoe Bay looks a bit like certainly places in Jordan.

  • Wandering Mile 3 months ago

    Very well made! Very professional. How long would it take to do all of these attractions/stops you mentioned in your video?

  • Angel Castellanos Travel Ambassador 3 months ago

    Wow, so professional. Great production quality. I love Sedona too! Never really heard of the vortexes. Thanks!

  • World Heritage Journey 3 months ago

    Great video! I last went to Arizona as an impressionable 11 year old in 1992 and watching this, a whole bunch of memories came flooding back! How did you manage to get people-free photos in Antelope Canyon?

  • Fly Drive Explore 3 months ago

    When I think of the USA I think of the landscapes and red rocks of Monument Valley. Antelope Canyon does look amazing.

  • One Girl One World 3 months ago

    Nice video!!

  • Anas Hapaq 3 months ago

    Really really lovely place i like it

  • ian ross 3 months ago

    Lovely place, lovely video and yeah nice to see a video again. SeeYouSoon 🙂

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