Getting ready to come to the United States? Every region of the United States has something unique to offer, so get ready to explore! Here’s an insider’s guide to the best of what this region in America has to offer - a list of the Top 10 Things To Do in the Four Corners Region.
Be Awed by the Grand Canyon
It’s big. It’s beautiful. It’s one of the most staggering natural wonders of the world. Prepare to be amazed.
Check Out Local Architecture
From the clay–brick, grass and mud of Pueblo–style adobe structures, to the arches and clay roof tiles of Spanish Mission–style buildings; New Mexico’s architecture is as distinctive as it is beautiful.
Enjoy Mexican Food
Whether you prefer tacos or tostadas, do yourself a favor and spice things up with some authentic Mexican cuisine, which is particularly popular in this area of the United States!
Shop for Turquoise in Santa Fe
This green-blue stone has been used for thousands of years in traditional Navajo art. Visit the Santa Fe Indian Market in New Mexico, the largest and most prestigious Native arts market in the world.
Explore one of Utah’s National Parks
Hike, bike, and camp your way through Zion, Bryce Canyon, or Arches National Parks – each has its own stunning features.
Take a Ride Through the Rockies
Ask your new American friends to take you for a ride. Hit the road and take in the spectacular landscapes and wildlife that define this U.S. mountain range.
Go to the Denver Mint
While in Colorado, learn about the production and engraving of U.S. money on a tour of the world’s largest manufacturer of coins.
Take a Mountain Biking or Whitewater Rafting Trip
Grab your friends and get your adrenaline pumping as you tackle the trails or run the rapids on an outdoor adventure in Colorado.
See the White Sands National Monument
Composed of 275 square miles of white sand, the world’s largest gypsum dunefield is located in New Mexico. It really is like no other place on earth.
Visit the Great Salt Lake
Located in Utah, it’s the largest saltwater lake in the western hemisphere! Whether you prefer to watch the sunset over the lake, go for a refreshing dip in the water, or kayak out to Antelope Island, the scenery here is simply amazing!