Moab, Utah is one of the most unique destinations in the world. Situated between stunning redrock desert landscape, and the La Sal Mountain range, a vacation in Moab is an outdoorenthusiast's dream. Spend an afternoon mountain biking, hiking, rafting or climbing through theuntamed wilderness. Explore the Arches National Park, which features over 2000 natural
sandstone arches. Just be sure to book your activities in advance – it can get busy in Moab!Here are some things you should consider before booking your Moab vacation.
How long should you stay?
Choosing how long you want to vacation in Moab depends on how much you want to get done.While some people only need a weekend to see the major sights, others will spend one or twoweeks tackling hiking trails and exploring every nook and cranny. The more you love theoutdoors, the longer you should plan to stay in Moab. The average person will want to book a 3or 4-night stay.
How much will it cost?
The cost of a Moab vacation varies depending on when you go, where you stay, and whatactivities you sign up for. Certain activities, such as hiking, are free, whereas group tours of theNational Park are more expensive. Summer and winter are usually a bit cheaper due to theextreme temperatures, and fall is a good option at a reasonable cost.
Do you have a travel rewards credit card?
A travel rewards credit card can impact the cost of your stay dramatically by reducing the priceof flights and hotels. Depending on your reward options, you might be able to book a stay at theluxurious Hotel Moab.
Are you using a No-Fee ATM card?
There's nothing worse than getting back from vacation and realizing you spent more moneythan you intended because of ATM fees. Before going, try to switch to a no-fee ATM card soyou're not surprised by the cost of your trip.
Have you automated your bills?
Be sure to automate any bills you'll have to pay – it's one less thing to think about while you're wandering through Arches National Park.
Did you check the weather?
The weather in Moab can be a bit tricky – so make you sure check it in advance. Also, keep inmind that if you're planning on exploring the outdoors, you'll have little protection from the
elements. Sun, wind, rain, and snow can all put a damper on your Moab vacation if you're notcareful.
Do you have a National Parks pass?
Your National Parks pass will get you into the Arches National Park at no extra cost, so be sureto bring it along. If you don't have one, you will have to purchase a day pass or an annual passin order to enter Arches National Park.
Your Moab Vacation
Whether you're hiking the trails, rafting down the Colorado River, or taking an off-road tour,you're sure to enjoy your vacation in Moab! Consider booking a room with us to have a nice andcomfortable place to stay after hours of playing in the desert.