Looking for a unique Southwest vacation? Consider booking your next vacation for the vast desert state of Arizona! With the perfect balance of natural beauty and urban areas, set in one of the warmest and driest climates in America, Arizona is a fantastic vacation destination. On your next Arizona vacation you can stay in a cozy bed and breakfast in the dry desert hills, or a luxurious resort in Phoenix or Tucson.
Start your Arizona vacation with a trip to the famous Grand Canyon, the natural wonder of Arizona and an extremely popular national landmark. You can hike and bike the trails in Grand Canyon National Park and even climb the canyon! For all of you thrill seekers, you can raft the Colorado River on a variety of different rafting tours for adventurers of all ages and skill levels. Accommodations are available, both inside and outside the National Park, for you to stay and relax during your visit to the Grand Canyon.
Another great natural wonder to explore is Lake Mead, where you can boat, fish and swim along the 700 miles of shoreline. Take a trip to the end of the Lake and stop at Hoover Dam to view this spectacular manmade wonder. For a genuine outdoor experience, take a guided desert walk through the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona, or visit the Chiricahua National Monument near Wilcox, AZ. A visit to Wilcox is a unique experience; here you can hike and bike the 17 nature trails and see the power of nature, where a volcanic explosion 2,000 years ago deposited spectacular rocks around a 12,000 acre radius.
Visit Phoenix and stay in a luxurious hotel or resort, spend the day in an upscale spa and head out to a restaurant in the evening. Next, head over to Tuscon and check out the world-class shopping and outlet malls. For all of you golf lovers, Arizona is the perfect place to plan your next golfing getaway. With over 300 golf courses, Arizona boasts some of the most interesting and beautiful greens in the country. Finally, if you love nature, be sure to take a guided ecotour, go on a cattle ranching or horseback riding adventure, or experience some of the best bird watching in the nation.
With its extraordinary beauty and wide variety of things to do and see, Arizona is a great place to visit. Let RealAdventures help you plan your next Arizona vacation today.
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