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Family Discovers Secret Cave Behind Waterfall During Grand Canyon Trip

Ever been to the Grand Canyon? You might want to visit again soon!

Attributed to Saint Augustine of Hippo, perhaps no other quote about travel is as popular as this one: “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. Indeed, many would agree that despite all the expenses and hassle that could potentially come along with it, traveling is always worth it, especially if you are with your loved ones.

There’s just always so many exciting places to discover out there in the world. If you think you need some convincing, then perhaps you can take it from this family who went on a trip to the Grand Canyon together.

Arizona’s Grand Canyon is a favorite destination among many tourists.

This popular spot in Arizona in the United States is at 277 miles (446 km) in length and about 18 miles (29 km) in width and so it offers a lot to tourists. Now one family were extremely amazed with what they found as they explored the area.

Much to their surprise, they found a stunning cave hidden behind a waterfall.

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They made the discovery shortly after accessing the area by rafting down the Colorado River.

As they explored the cave further, they also found a nice waterfall in the place.

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You can watch the video here and see for yourself:

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While it is safe to say that they were not the first ones to find the cave (rope ladders can be seen in the clip – which have obviously been placed there by past visitors), it still proves the point that, yes, the Grand Canyon is worth visiting over and over.

So if you are ever headed to the Grand Canyon next time around, you should totally check this cave out. Many visitors are missing out on this awesome area but now that you know about it, then you clearly have the advantage here.

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25 Breathtaking Aerial City Views You Probably Have Never Seen Before

These guys took travel photography to the next level – like hundreds of meters above the ground!

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Traveling is always an awesome experience. It offers us an opportunity to release stress and to recharge our batteries so we can once again face the challenges of our mundane lives. Of course, aside from the renewed vigor that we get, traveling allows us to witness new sights.

However, when we travel, we only usually get to see views from the ground. Well, of course, except when skydiving or when riding some sort of a plane or something. But, if we can only look at the "bird's-eye view" of these wonderful sceneries, maybe we can appreciate their full beauty.

This was what AirPano, a team of Russian photographers, must have thought so they decided to take photography to the next level - and by that, we mean hundreds of meters above the ground! They have been taking spectacular aerial shots of cities throughout the world, showing us sights that we don't see every day....

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15 Photos That Show Norway’s Breathtaking Sights

Norway MUST BE in your bucket list!

Norway is a beautiful country home to majestic fjords, mountains and glaciers, which make them the perfect place when you want to capture breathtakingly gorgeous landscape views. Its dramatic nature scenes make it one of the favorite spots for photographers. Aside from fjords, the Northern lights and the summer sun give the place the magnificent feel that can easily make you decide that Norway should undoubtedly be included in your bucket list.

Norway is also called the Land of the Midnight Sun since the sun never really sets below the horizon, especially in summer. The Scandinavian country usually sees up to 20 hours of sunlight but when winter comes, the period of darkness extends. Whether it’s night or day, Norway offers equally picturesque views of nature.

Check out some of the photos below....

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Alert, Canada: The Northernmost Settlement in the World

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in the northernmost settlement in the world?

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Have you ever wondered what it's like to live in the northernmost settlement in the world? Well, wonder no more! Welcome to Alert, a small Canadian community located just a little more than 800 kilometers away from the North Pole.

Alert is situated on the northeastern tip of Ellesmere Island in Nunavut, Canada. The place is so isolated that its nearest Canadian neighbors are more than two thousand kilometers away. It has closer neighbors in Greenland though, which is located just about 540 kilometers south. And since Alert lies so close to the North Pole, it could not connect with communication satellites.

This is Alert's welcome signpost.

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