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Home to 15 counties and 90 cities and towns, the destination of Arizona is a vast American state with an abundance of cacti and desert that will please those on the hunt for a luxury holiday adventure across infamous sites such as the Grand Canyon and the urban streets of places such as Phoenix and Scottsdale.

At Canyon Point in the Native American Navajo Nation in the Four Corners region, you can expect glorious views of the desert perfect for wannabe cowboys. Marble Canyon is another fantastic treat for the eyes with watersports and hikes to keep adrenaline junkies entertained. Animal lovers will also enjoy the vast wildlife on show at both venues along with an abundance of amazing flora and fauna.
Wildlife-enthusiasts will also be in their element at venues such as Phoenix Zoo which is home to 1,400 animals and contains 2.5 miles of walking trails so budding explorers can also get in on the action. Nearby, you can also expect a plethora of performing arts venues ideal for culture vultures. Herberger Theatre Centre and the Phoenix Sympathy Orchestra are just two choices, offering high-class entertainment throughout the year. Ideal after devouring fantastic steakhouse and Mexican cuisine in many of the world-class eateries across the capital of Arizona.
Phoenix itself is most well-known for its golf courses being home to 200 of them. Many of the hotels and resorts in the immediate area of the Valley of the Sun, and the nearby city of Scottsdale, have their own or access to a range of courses, fantastic for corporate events or those after a day trip complete with pristine fairways.
Scottsdale is amazing for those wanting to be close to national parks such as Tonto National Forest and McDowell Mountain Regional Park as well as the more urban neighbourhood of downtown Scottsdale. Fantastic for those wanting fabulous nightclubs, restaurants and amazing boutiques, you can be shopping in Fifth Avenue in the morning and hiking through pristine desert in the afternoon. Once this is done, make sure to have some ‘me’ time and indulge in a spa treatment at your hotel. It will be needed.
Arizona is ideal for lovers of the great outdoors. Boasting rivers, the Grand Canyon and much more, there is plenty to see and do. Larger than the United Kingdom, this diverse landmass has plenty of lakes to hike through as well as city spots such as Phoenix and Scottsdale so you can have the best of both worlds.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +8
  • Currency: USD
  • Must See: Monument Valley
  • Instagram Opportunity: Grand Canyon

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Average Temperatures
Jan: 12°c   Feb: 14°c   Mar: 16°c  
Apr: 20°c   May: 25°c   Jun: 30°c  
Jul: 33°c   Aug: 32°c   Sep: 29°c  
Oct: 23°c   Nov: 16°c   Dec: 12°c  


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Soak Up The Culture
  • Easily the main attraction to Arizona is the Grand Canyon. Found near the Colorado River, the 277-mile long specimen is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and boasts immense views with a depth of 6,093 metres. The Grand Canyon National Park is fantastic to wander through and with more than two billion years of history, you are able to soak up phenomenal history and culture. Make sure to check with your hotel if there are any excursions to the sight but be prepared for a day trip as it can take quite a while to reach the famed site.
  • For those wanting a slower pace, Papago Park is ideal. Boasting desert landscapes and flora and fauna, this is great for an evening stroll with a difference. The sight is also home to Hunt’s Tomb, a white pyramid monument where Arizona’s first governor George W.P. Hunt and his family are buried.
  • Desert Botanical Garden is another fantastic place for nature-lovers to unwind in complete with souvenirs, tours and an abundance of tropical cacti to divulge in.

  • Steak 44 in Phoenix is an amazing steakhouse complete with modern and industrial interiors that are stunningly beautiful. A show kitchen provides entertainment to accompany your meal, and the chef’s table means you can enjoy world-class innovation, too.
  • Grassroots Kitchen and Tap can be found in both Scottsdale and Phoenix and offers an abundance of classic Southern American cuisine. The family-owned restaurant has an extensive menu of craft beers and wines along with a focus on friends and family so everyone can truly enjoy themselves.
  • Lovers of the deep will adore Wildfish Seafood and Grille in Scottsdale. Deacdent in meals and décor, the spacious venue boasts a host of dishes including crab and corn chowder, tartare of Pacific aha tuna and chilled shellfish tower.

 After Dark Destinations
  • A 7,000-square foot space of glamour, Mint Ultra Lounge used to be a former bank. Now, the Scottsdale venue is an electric night with an eclectic mix of house and pop music for a bass-dropping evening. The large patio, 30-foot bar and champagne bar means the drinks will be flowing underneath the Arizona stars tonight.
  • Livewire is another must for lovers of live music and a good old dance. Two bars, an outdoor patio and grand interiors ensure a luxurious time in the heart of Scottsdale
  • Billing itself as Scottsdale’s top rock ‘n roll destination, Rockbar Inc is an amazing venue featuring live music, DJ’s and exclusive performances from local and national acts. The cherry on top though is the rooftop bar for opulent drinks and amazing socialising. Open 365 days a year from 4pm, a good time is guaranteed when coming here.

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