See how traveling from a very young age makes us explorers forever. Zabriskie Point in Death Valley is a destination known for having one of the park’s most famous views. Composed of sediments from a lake that dried up 5 million years ago, these wildly eroded and colored badlands make a great spot for sunrise and sunset.
Why Booker Travels: A Stop in Tuba City This week Why Booker Travels heads to Tuba City, Arizona, where we are lucky enough to stumble across a swap meet on the Navajo Reservation and enjoy some local culture. Ed Begay, an announcer of Indian Pro Rodeo and DJ of the swap meet, teaches Booker some Navajo history and lets him […]
Why Booker Travels: The Mother Road. Route 66, also called The Mother Road, was the first long interstate that went across the country – from Chicago to Los Angeles. Booker rides in the back seat through parts of Route 66 in Arizona. Are you already subscribing to our YouTube channel? Have you liked us on Facebook?
Why Booker Travels: Climbing Zion. Zion National Park is a place full of sandstone cliffs, exotic plants and animals. Booker visits this enormous park and hikes along one of it’s most challenging and beautiful trails. Are you already subscribing to our YouTube channel? Have you liked us on Facebook?
Why Booker Travels: A Chapter From Death Valley. See how traveling from a very young age makes us explorers forever. The Badwater Basin in Death Valley is the lowest place in North America, 282 feet below sea level. In 2009, Booker visits the amazing salt flats and even gets a tast of it. Are you already subscribing to our YouTube […]