Arizona is a beautiful state filled with plenty to do. Below find five of our favorite destinations.
This vast natural formation, often considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is actually a gorge carved out of the region's sandstone bluffs by the Colorado River.
People flock from all over the world to experience Sedona's gorgeous sandstone formations. In the rosy glow of sunrise and sunset, the rocks appear even more brilliant.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Here you can hike through golden red sand formations and explore a national park entirely unique from anywhere else in the world. It is also a Navajo reservation, which means that it is well maintained sight of respect.
This feat of modern engineering was constructed in 1931 and completed during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. It was constructed as a means by which to contain the flooding of the Colorado River, as well as to provide water to the desert inhabitants surrounding it.
This privately owned non-profit zoo is the largest of its kind in the United States. Animals in the zoo's collection hail from various regions of the world, including Africa and the tropics, and even featuring a section dedicated to the animals of Arizona.
For more information on what to see and do in Arizona, contact Clay at Claiborne Adventures 309 428 5527.