Arizona is known as The Grand Canyon State because of its enormous natural beauty, and it makes sense why the state takes pleasure in the tourist destination.
Sedona is known for its iconic red rocks, hiking trails, and vortexes, where unusual rock formations radiate healing energy from the soil.
Hikers come from all over the world to explore the stunning rock formations at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.
The five-story, 20-room Montezuma Castle National Monument is carved out of the rocks in the Verde Valley region of central Arizona.
Tucson is a sun-lovers' paradise, with more than 350 days of sunlight on average per year. You can visit the 98-acre Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum to see local wildlife
You'll find one of the greatest concentrations of petrified wood in the world in this park, along with steep cliffs and animal fossils.
Visit Lake Havasu to take part in a range of water-based activities. One of Arizona's top spots for boating, water skiing, fishing, and swimming is the lake.
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