Visit a new state of mind in AZ
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Travel is about more than sticking a pin in a map. It's about making connections — to places, people and a purpose.
Take a defining journey and visit a new state of mind
Travel is about more than sticking a pin in a map. It's about making connections — to places, people and a purpose. In Arizona, you won't merely experience jaw-dropping beauty and seat-of-your-pants adventure. You'll connect with what matters most, all while losing yourself… in the best possible way. Out here, being present has never felt so good.
Some lesser-known facts about Arizona, the 48th state.
- Sixth largest state in the U.S.
- Largest cities by size: Greater Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff.
- One-third of the state is desert-Central and areas of the Southern regions.
- 320 days of sunshine.
- 4 and 5-star resorts in Greater Phoenix and Tucson.
- UNESCO City of Gastronomy (Tucson), two UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- 370 golf courses (kept green by greywater).
- Three American Viticultural Area (AVA) wine-growing regions.
- Elevation ranges from 70 ft. to 12,635 ft. above sea level.
- Snow falls in the northern, eastern and parts of the southern regions.
- 22 tribal nations, 22 national parks and monuments and 34 state parks.
- 210 mountain ranges, 800-mile scenic trail, 128 lakes and five major rivers.
- Home to all 277 miles of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon State Adventure
Know Before You Go
If your knowledge of dude ranches is limited to the 1990s Billy Crystal comedy "City Slickers," think of this as your crash course in all things...
Arizona Parks & Monuments
From cactus to canyons, pine forests to sky islands, Arizona's parks and monuments feature a wide array of scenery, history, and activities for all ages.Learn More
Heritage & Culture
Arts and Culture
Only one thing is better than an outdoorsy visit to Arizona, and that's an outdoorsy visit with some art and culture added along the way!...
History & Culture
From state landmarks to JFK's Air Force One, explore significant battle sites, collections of important airplanes, and museums dedicated to...
Heritage & Culture
Gem and mineral fans will find a "rocky" situation in Arizona with a number of shops, shows and sites that celebrate Earth's natural treasures.
The people & Places of Arizona
Continue your trip on Arizona's Route 66, as you travel from Winslow to Holbrook, Arizona.
Journey with us as we meet some of the more unusual and famous people and places along the route, starting in Hackberry, 20 miles northeast of Kingman, and ending in Seligman.
Terry Vesci and her husband Rick, hand-harvest 5,000 lavender plants annually on a homestead first settled by pioneers in the late 1800s.
Iva Honyestewa, a Hopi basketweaver, shows how she creates the pootsaya basket as a reminder that we are connected.
Arizona's Local Flavors
Spirits, Cocktails, and Mocktails.
From using alcohol-free spirits and CBD tinctures to leaning into good old-fashioned creativity, these Arizona bars and restaurants elevate the...
Eat & Drink
When it comes to craft brews and spirits, what makes something the "best" is debatable. So instead, we're listing Arizona's most notable and...
Tours and Itineraries
Road Trips & Tours
Whether you have the weekend or a full week to vacation in Arizona, we have the perfect itinerary for you. These multi-day Arizona road trips...
Arts & Entertainment
Arizona's second-largest city offers a plethora of accessible-friendly activities and more. Check out these tips on accessible places to stay,...
Accommodations for Every Preference
Leisure & Relaxation
Thanks in part to the state’s abundance of sunshine and scenery, Arizona has built an impressive luxury scene—from resorts of all sizes to...
Leisure & Relaxation
Private jets, personal chefs, hot-air balloon rides for two—they're the stuff of pop songs and Hollywood living; and, in Arizona, a perfect VIP...
Places to Stay
Whether you're piling into a spacious RV with all of the bells and whistles or a hip camper van with a moon roof, overnighting on four wheels is...
Plan and Prepare - Insider's Tips
Antelope Canyon's otherworldly beauty makes it one of the most highly sought after destinations in the world, and access to this natural marvel...
Horseshoe Bend attracts 2 million visitors every year and is one of the most photographed sites in northern Arizona. Here, we walk you through...
Topping the bucket list of bucket lists, Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon is one of the most sought after destinations in the world. But getting...
Grand Canyon National Park draws millions of visitors from around the world to experience its iconic beauty. As seen from the edge of the...
Visiting Fossil Creek — where you’ll find one of only two Wild and Scenic Rivers in Arizona — takes some advance planning. Here’s what you need...