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Mojave National Preserve Travel Guide

Mojave National Preserve is an area of immense desert landscapes in southeastern California. It is federally protected as a National Preserve and is part of the National Park System. Mojave National Preserve's enormous desert territories include elements of three of the four major North American deserts: the Mojave, Great Basin,…

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Deserts of Mexico

Mexico is one of the countries with most deserts in the entire world. As a matter of fact, more than 60% of the territory of the country of Mexico is located in the area corresponding to the belt in which the deserts of the world are distributed, which is the…

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The Great Basin National Park Travel Guide

The Great Basin National Park is a United States National Park established in 1986, located in east-central Nevada near its border with Utah, five miles west of the town of Baker. It is located in the Great Basin Desert, the dry and mountainous region between the Sierra Nevada and the Rocky Mountains and the largest of the…

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Sandboarding in Mexico City

If you are wondering whether there are any sandboarding spots in CDMX, the answer is yes! Within the enormous metropolitan area of the city you can find a slope of volcanic origin, called "El Arenal", in the town of San Andrés Totoltepec, where you can slide down with your board.…

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Sandboarding at Death Valley National Park

There are many spots for sandboarding in California's Mojave desert as well as on Southern California's beach dunes. If you want to find the best sand surfing rides head to Death Valley National Park, America's second largest national park, where you can find many incredible different types of dunes. Sandboarding,…

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