Information for Travelers
Arizona, a state in the southwestern US, is known for the Grand Canyon, a mile-deep crevice carved by the Colorado River.
Flagstaff, a mountain town covered with ponderosa pine trees, is an important access point to the Grand Canyon.
One of the biggest attractions in America, and certainly in the state of Arizona, the Grand Canyon is a place that must be visited to be fully appreciated.
Carved out over the centuries by the Colorado River, which can be seen far below, the enormity of this natural wonder is captivating.
Standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon, peering over the endless ridges of colorful cliff walls and deep ravines, it's impossible not to be inspired by this natural wonder.
Some of the most iconic images of the Southwest are the sandstone mounds that dominate Monument Valley.
This area, spanning the Arizona-Utah
border, includes jagged rock formations, stone towers and hills, and sand dunes.
At the heart of the valley is Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, where you'll find an impressive visitor center and a 17-mile autonomous route along a one-way gravel road that runs through the park.
Another prominent natural spot is Saguaro National Park, which protects the cactus-filled landscape of the Sonoran Desert.
Tucson is territory of the University of Arizona and is home to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
Read about Arizona in Wikipedia