Ancient history, incredible natural wonders, surprising food and wine scene, indulgent relaxation—Arizona offers unparalleled experiences for adventurers, food lovers, history buffs and wellness seekers alike.
A temperate climate with around 300 days of sunshine a year, Arizona is renowned for its outdoor lifestyle.
Arizona’s food and drink culture is no longer flying under the radar. The state is home to James Beard Award-winning restaurants, 115 licensed and bonded wineries and 50 craft breweries, and artisans making everything from locally milled flour to breads to hot sauces.
Every region of Arizona has its own unique adventures. Explore by hiking or biking. Hop on a Jeep tour. See well-known sights and discover hidden gems. From the Grand Canyon in the north, to the Chiricahua Mountains in the south, Arizona equals adventure.
Learn about cultures that have survived millennia of habitation in the area. Arizona has plenty of museums showcasing ancient artifacts and demonstrating living cultural traditions. More recent attractions such as mid-century architecture and murals are worth exploring. And, there’s endless music, shows, entertainment and even sports to keep visitors busy. Arizona also has 10 Dark Sky Parks, and 16 Dark Sky communities, making the stargazing incredible in Arizona.
Arizona is home to 22 sovereign American Indian Communities, each with their own unique history and customs. You can see the influence these tribes have had on our local history while visiting the ancient American Indian ruins around the state or at a history museum to hear stories from the first people to call Arizona Home.
Arizona’s peaceful nature and stunning landscapes are a welcome respite for travellers looking for a little relaxation. Luxury resorts pamper with endless amenities. Wellness spas and retreats draw from indigenous traditions and treatments. And quiet moments of reflection can be found along a desert trail or at the top of a mountain.