When it's Time to Rediscover
Where the mind wanders, the body should follow. When it’s time to rediscover our beautiful state, we’ve curated some trip ideas to help you travel the state at your own pace, your way, whether that means hitting the road or the trail. Click each image below for a list of stories and itineraries.
Know Before You Go
- As of December 2020, there are no travel restrictions or COVID testing requirements for individuals visiting Arizona. Current visitor information can be found here.
- Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose when out in public—most counties and businesses require them.
- The League of Arizona Cities and Towns created a map to show which areas have mask policies.
- Follow health officials’ guidance on personal hygiene and social distancing before and during your visit.
- COVID-19 testing sites are located all around the state and can be located using this map. The state is offering free COVID-19 saliva testing at many locations around the state and those can be found here. Additionally, both Sky Harbor International Airport and Tucson International Airport have available testing for arriving and departing passengers.
- While Arizona has 22 Tribal nations, not all are open to visitors presently. Check before you go. Call ahead to confirm if an attraction or park is open and under what conditions. An open and closed list of tourism-related entities can be found here.
- Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose when out in public—many counties and businesses require them, check the map prior to traveling.
- Avoid high-risk activities like rock climbing or backcountry activities, as law enforcement and rescue operations may be limited. Find more tips at Responsible Recreation Across Arizona.