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Why Famous
  • Best known for its desert landscape, which is rich in xerophyte plants such as the cactus.
  • The phoenix art gallery, copper square, the phoenix zoo, and arizona center are urban playgrounds for people of all ages.
  • Don’t forget to play a round of golf on one of phoenix’s nearly 200 courses.
  • For a relaxing getaway, consider arizona spa getaways.
  • For national forests, parks, monuments, and indian reservations.
  • Has an abundance of topographical characteristics in addition to its desert climate.
  • Mountains and plateaus are found in more than half of the state. the largest stand in the world of ponderosa pine trees is contained in arizona.
  • The grand canyon is a colorful, steep-sided gorge, carved by the colorado river, in northern arizona.
  • The canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and is largely contained in the grand canyon national park—one of the first national parks in the united states.
Facts Destination
  • Located in the western united states as one of the four corners states
  • Sixth largest state in area, after new mexico and before nevada. of the state\'s 113,998 square miles (295,000 km2), approximately 15% is privately owned.
  • The remaining area is public forest and park land, recreation areas and native american reservations.
  • Capital largest city- phoenix
  • Second largest city- tucson,
  • It borders new mexico, utah, nevada, california, touches colorado.
  • Largest landlocked us state by population.
  • Largest employer-state government.
  • Largest private employer-Wal-Mart.
  • Highest court-arizona supreme court
  • Two baseball leagues-arizona fall league(for players to refine their skills )and arizona winter league(professional ball league).
Area Info
  • Also known for its climate, which presents exceptionally hot summers and mild winters.
  • Less well known is the pine-covered high country of the colorado plateau in the north-central portion of the state, which contrasts with the desert basin and range region in the southern portions of the state.
  • The canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and is largely contained in the grand canyon national park—one of the first national parks in the united states.
  • President Theodore Roosevelt was a major proponent of designating the grand canyon area, visiting on numerous occasions to hunt mountain lion and enjoy the scenery.
Why Visit
  • No trip to arizona is complete without a visit to the grand canyon which you can experience in a variety of ways.
  • Hikes and mule rides range from easy to rigorous multi-day trips.
  • To fully appreciate the grand canyon, opt for a helicopter, airplane, or river rafting tour.
  • More than 400 miles of stunning coastline will refresh you with exceptional water sports, including fishing, skiing and kayaking.
  • The valley of the sun in central arizona includes phoenix vacation rentalsand upscale communities like glendale, mesa, and scottsdale rentals.
  • Spectacular mountains provide a backdrop for expanses of pristine desert.
  • Arizona cabin rentals and homes are attractive year-round.
  • Daily outdoor excursions are a must.
  • Scenic drives through the deserts and canyons of apache trail
  • Boating on lake powell.
  • Horseback rides through the navajo reservation.
  • A tour of the stunning, must-see grand canyon.
Best Time
  • Autumn
  • Spring- the epoch of the many local festivals - is also a good time.
  • Arizona\'s south(Phoenix, Tucson,Tombstone) is September through April.
  • Grand Canyon -Spring and Fall(early Spring and late Fall are the best for those who want to avoid crowds).
  • Winters- mild and sunny, with rare cold days.
  • Winter -Popular travel season.
  • Highways:- Main interstate routes include I-17, and I-19 running north-south, I-40, I-8, and I-10 running east-west, and a short stretch of I-15 running northeast/southwest through the extreme northwestern corner of the state.
  • Phoenix:- Phoenix is served by a combination of interstates, U.S. Highways, and state routes, many of which were funded by a ½ cent general sales tax measure approved by Maricopa County voters in 1985. New freeways are constantly being added to the area, such as Loop 101, Loop 202, and eventually SR 801 and SR 802.
  • Tucson:- The Tucson metropolitan area is primarily served by I-10, I-19 and State Route 77. I-19 departs from I-10 in the southern part of Tucson, runs through southern Tucson (including an exit serving the historic Mission San Xavier) and the retirement community of Green Valley and terminates in Nogales, in Santa Cruz County, at the international border with Mexico. 
  • Yuma, Flagstaff & Casa Grande:- Yuma is served by I-8, while Casa Grande served by I-8 and I-10; Flagstaff is served by I-17 and I-40. U.S. Route 95 parallels the Colorado River, from Las Vegas to the Mexican border near Yuma.
  • Public transportation and intercity bus:- The Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas are served by public bus transit systems. Yuma and Flagstaff also have public bus systems. Greyhound Lines serves Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Yuma, and several smaller communities statewide.
  • Aviation:- Airports with regularly scheduled commercial flights include: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (IATA: PHX, ICAO: KPHX) in Phoenix (the largest airport and the major international airport in the state); Tucson International Airport (IATA: TUS, ICAO: KTUS) in Tucson; Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (IATA: AZA, ICAO: KIWA) in Mesa; Yuma International Airport (IATA: YUM, ICAO: KYUM) in Yuma; Prescott Municipal Airport (PRC) in Prescott; Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (IATA: FLG, ICAO: KFLG) in Flagstaff, and Grand Canyon National Park Airport (GCP), a small, but busy, single-runway facility providing tourist flights, mostly from Las Vegas.
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor is the 7th busiest airport in the world in terms of aircraft movements, and regularly in the top 15 for passengers.
  • Passenger Rail:- Two Amtrak routes serve Arizona communities: the Southwest Chief passes through Winslow, Flagstaff, and Kingman, while the Texas Eagle passes through Benson, Tucson, Maricopa and Yuma. Although the Texas Eagle passes much closer to Phoenix than the Southwest Chief does, Phoenix is linked to the Amtrak system via motorcoach from Flagstaff.
  • Avoid Summer in the south, in places as Phoenix.
  • It\'s crazily hot.
  • Summer is humid and hot in most Arizonian cities and in the desert areas.
  • If you want to avoid crowds in the Grand Canyon south rim, avoid the Summer, and the weekends and the times when schools aren\'t closed.
  • In you want to go to the Grand Canyon during the summer, do it during the week and avoid weekends.
  • Remember that The Grand Canyon north rim facilities are closed between mid October till May.
  • Arizona rentals aren’t simply found near deserts and forests! arizona’s capital, phoenix, for instance, is the nation’s sixth-largest city and the cultural mecca of the state.
  • Check out the thriving arts scene or refresh at a relaxing day spa. 
  • Arizona is a composite culture derived from, historically in this order.
  • Indians, most of whom now live on reservations.
  • Hispanics from sonora, in what is northern mexico heart pie.
  • Anglos from texas, in the southern united states
  • Blacks, who accompanied the texians
  • Arizona\'s \"five cs\" are cattle, cotton, citrus, copper and climate. These are the traditional economic interests, thus having much in common with the initial southern pioneers, as all of those are to be found abundantly in their home region, except for copper, as coal mining is more predominant in the south, or oil well drilling for texas in particular.