Arizona is famous for wind-swept desert vistas, iconic saguaro cacti reaching toward the sky and backdrops of glowing, amber-hued sunsets. While the summer sun delivers its warm embrace in the state’s lower elevations, there are equally captivating sights and experiences waiting to be explored across the state’s cooler mountain regions as well.
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Whether you want a view of mountains, white-water rivers, pine forests or red-rock buttes, the only real challenge of Arizona glamping is choosing your level of luxurious lodging for the night. Here are a few options from Arizona Office of Tourism.
In honor of 2023 International Dark Sky Week, April 15 to 22, Arizona Office of Tourism shares a few ways to celebrate and discover the splendor in our Arizona skies after the sun sets and the stars come out!
As the Grand Canyon State gears up for a rare Arizona wildflower superbloom this year, pack the camera, plenty of water and your comfy hiking shoes and check out these top five places to get a peek at this natural wonder, courtesy of Arizona Office of Tourism.
Here are just a few suggestions of many great options for places to enjoy watching the Super Bowl, or any game, across the Valley of the Sun, courtesy of the Arizona Office of Tourism.
Arizona beckons to be explored and marveled at. Here, Arizona Office of Tourism outlines some of Arizona’s most iconic places and activities to help fill your bucket list itinerary.
While a warm grill, cool pool and ice-cold beverage serves as option No. 1 for many, packing up the car for a road trip to our state’s cooler climates is also perpetually popular. Here are a few ways to beat the heat with an Arizona Memorial Day getaway, from Arizona Office of Tourism.
If you’re looking for a reason to plan your next Arizona road trip, let National Park Week serve as your inspiration. So gas up the car (or RV) and get ready to explore; here are a few suggestions on behalf of Arizona Office of Tourism.
Between abandoned mining towns, Old West gunslingers and well-preserved historic buildings, it’s almost as if Arizona was destined to be the ultimate Halloween destination. Here, Arizona Office of Tourism brings you six Arizona ghost towns and fall attractions.
Did you know that Arizona is home to more than 800 native bird, reptile and mammal species, ranking us among the top five states in the nation as a place for wildlife viewing opportunities? In honor of National Wildlife Day on Sept. 4, Arizona Office of Tourism is sharing a few of Arizona’s animal-inspired attractions and experiences.