Arizona, in the heart of the American Southwest, is full of natural wonders, lively metropolises, and charming tiny villages. The Grand Canyon attracts tourists globally, but those who travel further into the state will find interesting sights and unique places to visit. Also, you can make your trip comfortable using Arizona vacation rentals by Holiday Rentals By Owner.
While cities and towns like Phoenix and Sedona are great holiday spots, you can also travel further away to explore Native American cliff dwellings and ancient civilization relics, as well as historic mining ghost towns.
Arizona also has a magnificent terrain that is perfect for outdoor activities. Deserts, lakes, saguaro cacti, mountains, slot canyons, rivers, buttes, and even a volcano with downhill skiing are all available in Arizona.
Before you leave on your vacation, read over our list of the best places to visit in Arizona when staying in Arizona vacation homes.
The Grand Canyon, America's most famous tourist stop, and certainly in Arizona, is a sight that must be seen to be truly enjoyed. The immensity of this natural wonder carved out overages by the Colorado River, which can be seen in the distance far below, is mesmerizing.
Sedona is one of the gorgeous settings in Arizona, surrounded by spectacular red rock mountains and buttes. Sedona is a renowned day trip destination around 1.5 hours north of Phoenix, but the town deserves far more than a few hours.
The trip into Sedona from the south, starting near the Village of Oak Creek, is breathtaking, with pullouts along the way to take in the view.
The sandstone buttes that dominate Monument Valley are some of the most famous sights of the Southwest. Jagged rock formations, stone spires and buttes, and sand dunes can be seen in this location, which spans the Arizona-Utah border.
Phoenix is an excellent base for exploring Arizona, but it is also a favorite winter destination for golfers and sunbathers seeking a relaxed stay at a resort or spa while basking in the desert heat.
The Hoover Dam is one of America's most impressive engineering marvels. This massive structure, which crosses the Colorado River and connects Arizona and Nevada, was completed in 1935. It stands 726 feet tall and is 1,244 feet long.
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