3. Tse Bii’ Ndzisgaii
Arizona and Utah
Tse Bii’ Ndzisgaii, or Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, is a breathtaking area of the Colorado Plateau on the border between Arizona and Utah in the Navajo Nation. It’s home to gigantic buttes, mesas, and spires, as well as soul-inspiring sunrises, sunsets, and starry nights. Tse Bii’ Ndzisgaii is quite possibly one of the most photographed places on the planet. It makes sense: The red rock and sandstone features explode out of the valley and into the sky, set against a far-as-the-eye-can-see desert wonder. Plus, it’s 92,000 acres big, which, for reference, is larger than Arches National Park. That’s a whole lot of awesome. It’s truly a geological wonder and is home to thousands of years of indigenous culture.
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