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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Havasupai – it’s one of those special places, so perfect and unique that it finds itself on everyone’s bucket list. It’s two most famous waterfalls, Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls are so beautiful and picturesque it’s almost hard to...
A tour inside either of Arizona’s Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons are sure to leave your mind blown. See the incredible photos and find out the differences between the two before you visit.
My experience floating in the sky on a hot air balloon ride in Phoenix, Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Year round flights & affordable prices mean anyone can try it.
See Sedona, Arizona as it rarely is – covered in snow! Photographed inside are famous landmarks including Cathedral Rock, Chapel of the Holy Cross, and stunning views from Airport Mesa.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert tracking down a famous desert dweller that glows in the dark – scorpions.
I’m in the Sonoran Desert outside the Phoenix city limits searching for rattlesnakes after dark. Did I find any.. and did I leave without a bite?
Where to stay near the Grand Canyon? This resort in nearby Williams, Arizona is a great choice for many reasons.
The Grand Canyon can be viewed and experienced during a single day trip if you play your cards right. I hiked, saw the endangered California Condor, and went up a 70-ft tower for incredible views in a single day!
It’s the final resting place of wild west outlaws – gunslingers, train robbers and murderers buried at the most famous of boot hill cemeteries.
If you need a place to kick-off your boots in Tombstone after a long day of gun-slinging and saloon-hopping Virgil’s Corner has you covered. Once owned by the legendary Earp family it’s western decor is very charming.
As seen from the top of the United States’ largest city park, South Mountain.
Would you jump into a pool with a large tiger chasing you? Watch these brave zoo workers do just that at Out of Africa’s Tiger Splash show in Arizona.