In the heart of the great American southwest, the state of Arizona is known for its desert landscapes, its unique rock formations, and for being home to some of the most famous natural places in the entire United States.
It goes without saying that exploring some of America’s best National Parks and hiking routes should be high on the agenda when traveling to Arizona. No trip to the state would ever be complete without visiting the legendary Grand Canyon. Head over to the site early in the morning to watch the sunrise over the desert and the skies become illuminated with hues of orange and red. As the day brightens up, hike deep into the canyon to the plateau point for a great experience and incredible photo opportunities.
Monument Valley is a Navajo Indian settlement that is still occupied by Native Americans today. The scenery here is breathtaking and travelers will probably recognize it from many Western movies. Be sure to admire the cave paintings here painted centuries ago by Native Americans, and try to camp beneath the stars for a stunning view of the night sky.
Sedona is another place well worth visiting in Arizona, as is the iconic Monument Valley.
Arizona offers a diverse array of accommodations. Some of the best experiences to be had are camping beneath the stars or feeling snug in wooden cabins and lodges at the state's national parks. Mid range to upscale hotels are good choices for the cities such as Phoenix and Tucson.
Arizona is best visited in the spring and fall, to avoid the intensity of the summer heat.
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