I spent more than 10 years living in Arizona and my passion for traveling developed here. I’ve traveled extensively throughout Arizona and now I’m sharing the highlights of this beautiful state with you. Find the best things to do in Arizona you might have never known about – offering much more than just the Grand Canyon or the city of Phoenix. There’s lots of culture, unique small towns full of character, and if you like the outdoors there are plenty of caves, slot canyons, lakes, mountains and forests to be explored.
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Pictured is the Navajo Bridge crossing the beautiful Marble Canyon, AZ. Located near Lee’s ferry it’s the only road crossing the Colorado River for 600 miles.
Beautiful plants can grow in even the harshest desert conditions. Check out the Desert Botanical Garden’s abundance of plants, art sculptures and exhibits out on display; including the large iconic Saguaro cactus. A special treat from artist Philip Haas as well.
A sunset and the silhouette of Arizona’s desert mountains near Phoenix, AZ.
Pictures and review from visiting the Wildlife World Zoo. Don’t miss the video of the giraffe feeding, photos of white tigers, the rarest reptile on earth, and many other exotic animals!
High quality photo from an incredible view of downtown Phoenix skyline & skyscrapers at dusk. Photographed at an elevation of over 2,000 feet – on top of Dobbins lookout point inside the South Mountain Park and Preserve.
Pictures and videos from my visit to the annual Phoenix Zoolights event. Watch the music in motion show over the lake and check out the wild light displays included in some of the Zoolight’s 3.6 million lights.
This week’s photo is of the 12 foot waterfall at the Japanese Friendship Garden. Also known officially as Ro Ho En.
Serenity at the 3.5 acre Japanese Friendship Garden located in Phoenix, Arizona. Video of me feeding fish in the Koi pond. Featuring a 12 ft waterfall, tea house and much more.
Pictured are the fueling suits hanging in the decontamination room of the Titan Missile Museum. To the right on the wall is one of the original phones from the silo’s active days. Once known as Air Force Facility Missile Site 8, the museum is a ‘retired’ and disabled ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) site located in the desert south of Tuscon, Arizona.
Another scorching hot day in Arizona, another adventure to somewhere new. Montezuma Castle National Monument, located just under 100 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona. This might be the most well preserved cliff dwellings in the entire country.
This photo was shot on July 4th weekend 2010 during a road trip vacation to Northern Arizona that included visiting Horseshoe Bend, the famous Antelope Canyon, a tour of the Glen Canyon Dam, and of course some cooling off in the lake.
Taken on a beautiful sunny day in Sedona, Arizona. The Devil’s Bridge is a fun, moderately easy hike just over a mile each way.