Tunica, Mississippi, is a town in Tunica County, near the Mississippi River. Until the early 1990s it was one of the most impoverished places in the U. S. Now, it lies on the fringe of a gambling resort area, with casinos attracting visitors from nearby Memphis, and all over the Southeast.
The curvy Hana Highway through Maui’s lush rainforests wasn’t always the massive tourist destination it is today. To attract visitors to the area, a local hotel owner began calling a series of tiered, waterfall-fed swimming holes the “Seven Sacred Pools." I wanna GO!