The landscapes surrounding Sedona, Phoenix, and Tucson, Arizona are some of the country’s most intriguing, especially when it comes to taking some much needed time off and tuning out. The following Arizona resorts will turn your trip into both a true vacation and an experience to remember; all you need to do is sit back and relax.
Boasting high end resorts, historic buildings, and a charming Old Town quarter, the city of Scottsdale, Arizona is one of the most popular vacation spots in the Southwest. A small town atmosphere, coupled with the cultural vibrancy of any large city, make Scottsdale the perfect middle ground. Ready to get started? Here are 19 of our favorite things to do in Scottsdale, AZ.
On a vacation to Phoenix, Arizona, or other parts of the Valley of the Sun, the natural wonders alone could keep you busy during your entire trip. Still, should you decide to venture outside of the Arizona capital area, there are plenty of amazing day trips nearby. Here are 14 day trips from Phoenix that we know you and your crew will love!
Located just west of Phoenix and south of Scottsdale, the city of Tempe, Arizona may at first appear to be a suburb of these two well-known central Arizona destinations. However, Tempe, AZ has not only its own character, but its own history, cultural institutions and attractions, all overlooking the southern bank of the Salt River. Here are 21 things to do in Tempe that we know you and your crew will love.
Arizona is a land full of breathtaking scenery and unparalleled beauty. Believe me — you’ve never really seen the stars until you’ve camped under a clear Arizona night sky. If you want to fully experience Arizona’s splendors, glamping is the way to go. Here are 23 of the best spots for glamping Arizona has to offer.
Williams, Arizona lies in the northernmost part of the Coconino National Forest. Surrounded by evergreen conifer trees, wide-open skies, and the staggering beauty of craggy canyons and buttes, it’s hard not to fall in love with this city’s natural beauty. Ready to learn more? Here are 15 things to do in Williams AZ that you’re not going to want to miss!
In the dusty valleys of the Sonoran Desert awaits the “sunniest city on Earth,” aka Yuma, Arizona. This desert city sits on the shoreline of the Colorado River, an oasis that has invited people to live here for hundreds of years. Ready to learn more? Here are 16 things to do in Yuma AZ that you and your crew are going to adore!
Located just 30 minutes from Phoenix, Mesa, Arizona is full of outdoor activities, parks, museums, gardens, family-friendly adventures, art galleries, historical sites, and so much more. There’s something for every type of adventurer here! Here are 18 things to do in Mesa AZ that everyone in your crew will love.
Sedona is a cozy town surrounded by gorgeous red rock outcroppings in the Arizona desert. Whether you want to take a trip to Sedona for the aliens, the hikes, or the cultural spots, you’re in for a treat, unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else. Here are 17 things to do in Sedona you don’t want to miss!
When considering warm weather travel destinations, chances are that Arizona brings to mind the quintessential desert getaway, complete with cacti, roadrunners, and Wild West novelty. However, while it has all three of those in abundance, this southwestern state is full of surprises, from hikes in dense pine woods to world class museums and diverse cultural influences. Here are 22 things to do in Arizona that you’re not going to want to miss!
Phoenix, Arizona is a bustling city in the Valley of the Sun known for its year-round sunny skies, high culture vibe, and outdoor recreation possibilities. Whether you’re looking to explore interactive museums, see some incredible architecture, explore desert or mountain landscape, you’ll find it in Phoenix. Here are 21 amazing things to do in Phoenix that you and your crew will love.