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When driving through the Guadalupe Mountains in the Chihuahuan Desert of southeastern New Mexico, one would never imagine that there are well over a hundred ornate limestone caverns hidden below the desolate landscape. The Carlsbad Caverns National Park protects these...read more
The Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument in north-central New Mexico protects a unique landscape where wind and water have sculpted layers of ash sediment deposited by volcanic eruptions that occurred 6-7 million years ago into cone-shaped “hoodoos” and narrow,...read more
Costa Rica is a small country with countless riches. Located in Central America, it has beautiful beaches on both the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts, incredible national parks with lots of natural diversity, and a lively urban life in the Central Valley. For wheelchair...read more
Salzburg in Austria has a picture-postcard setting. The city lies next to a river in a valley in the Alps, with imposing castles looking upon the onion-shaped domes of Baroque churches, with snow-capped mountains all around. The whole city-centre, in fact, has been...read more
Virginia Beach is on the Mid-Atlantic coast, part of the southeastern shoreline of Virginia below the Chesapeake Bay. This popular resort area features a wide public beach with moderate surf that is easy to access via a 3-mile-long level concrete promenade along the...read more
“Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” ― Henry David Thoreau, Walden Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia is an 80-acre attraction containing an impressive variety of gardens and water features connected by a network of trails. Lewis...read more
Cuyahoga Valley was officially made a National Park in 1974 when local citizens and their representatives sought to preserve this scenic greenspace nestled between the industrial cities of Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. View park map. The 33,000-acre park sits within the...read more