Where History Comes Alive
Throughout Arizona, the visual impact of natural wonders stops visitors in their tracks.
Astonishing natural landscapes—as well as the cultural traditions of the indigenous people who continue to inhabit these cherished places—create a visitor experience unique to this part of the world. Take a mindful approach to visiting Arizona so the state's natural assets and cultural heritage can continue to inspire future generations of travelers.
Arizona is a bucket list state for many world travelers, and it’s easy to see why. Between Grand Canyon National Park, the energy vortexes of...
Road Trips & Tours
Discover the Wild West with gunfight reenactments and cowboys; savor treats from food trucks and fine restaurants; sip microbrews and...
One of the country’s premier long-distance trails, the Arizona National Scenic Trail offers backcountry adventures as scenic and rewarding as...
Itineraries, Road Trips & Tours
Forget everything you know about tours. In Arizona, guided adventures not only offer a behind-the-scenes look at the state's treasures—winemaking, dark skies, ghost towns—but they also range from quirky to epic, cheap to extravagant, one-hour to multi-day. This handy guide helps you pick the tour that's right for you.
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 have just enough flexibility for you to make each trip your own.
Crafting an itinerary for a multi-generational group vacation is a balancing act, often requiring a spreadsheet, not to mention diplomatic skills and a degree in counseling. But a trek through Flagstaff, Williams, Clarkdale and Prescott should keep everyone in your tribe smiling.
How is it that a once-raucous, 1880s mining camp morphed into—according to Sunset magazine—"the best small town to live in in the West"? Easy. Bisbee embraced its rich historic identity and built a reputation as an eclectic enclave that's the envy of small towns everywhere.
You could spend a week immersing yourself in the vibrant arts, culture, food and history in these two Verde Valley towns. But if you only have two days, then let this handy itinerary be your guide.
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
AZ Maker's modern twists on traditions
Iva Honyestewa, a Hopi basketweaver, shows how she creates the pootsaya basket as a reminder that we are connected.
Arizona's food history is 4,000 years old and a tapestry of Native American, Mexican and European food traditions. Diego, Hope, Armando and Nadia share their traditions and how it is expressed in food.
Exhibits and educational tours tell the story of northern Arizona's natural and cultural heritage, as well as the history of the indigenous people who once called the land their home.
Tales of dramatic landscapes and cultural traditions
Arizona is famously known for the Grand Canyon, but it's the smaller, quirkier, hidden and off-the-beaten-path spots that lend charm to our state. Here are a few hidden gems in Southern Arizona to delight your curiosity.
Antelope Canyon's otherworldly beauty makes it one of the most highly sought-after destinations in the world, and access to this natural marvel is granted only with a Navajo guide. Here, we step you through the process of how to visit this astonishing place.
Have you ever dreamed of staying in a rustic cabin with views of Northern Arizona’s diverse landscapes? The state has 19 historic U.S. Forest Service cabins available for overnight rentals, and whether it’s primitive or modern accommodations, there are options for every traveler.
PLAN YOUR TRIP
Looking for a quick way to plan your trip to Arizona? You’ve come to the right spot. From travel tips to weather forecasts and articles about Arizona’s destinations, you’ll find just what you need to build your perfect itinerary.