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Ahh Arizona, it truly is unlike anywhere else on Earth. If it’s breathtaking otherworldly landscapes that bring you to Arizona, you’re in for a treat. A few top contenders for your must-visit list are The Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend in the tiny town of Page, and, if you’re feeling lucky, you can enter the permit lottery to be one of the 64 people that are allowed to hike The Wave per day.


The Arizona desert temperatures can vary significantly in one day, so light layers will be your best friend. If you’re setting out on a hike, be sure to pack accordingly with adequate water (it is desert after all), energy-sustaining snacks, comfortable hiking-appropriate footwear, sunscreen, a hat and your sense of adventure.


Like a swimsuit, there’s no one size fits all approach to Arizona. There are so many breathtaking sights that the hardest part will be trying to decide what you can reasonably fit into the time you have, while allowing for some wiggle room for when things don’t go according to plan. Some of the most popular attractions are The Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument (which includes The Wave), Sedona and Saguaro National Park, to name just a few. Tucson and Phoenix are also emerging as must-see destinations thanks to its burgeoning foodie scene and cultural hubs.


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If there’s one thing Arizona is known for, it’s pretty places. The Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument (which includes The Wave), Sedona and Saguaro National Park are just the beginning. It all depends on how long you have and how active you feel like being.


Arizona boasts the enviable reputation of being a year-round destination. That said, the high season generally stretches from October to mid-May. Spring and autumn (fall) are regarded as the best time to visit as the daytime temps are a little more mild than in the peak of summer.


It’s no secret that the vast majority of people come to Arizona for the scenery and national parks. If you’re looking to experience a side of Arizona beyond The Grand Canyon, Sedona is a beautiful town set against picturesque red rocks, Bisbee is a historic town with some captivating ghost stories, step into the Wild West with a visit to Tombstone while Tucson and Phoenix offer an increasing array of restaurants, museum trails and nightlife.


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