Southwest kitsch, mining history, and rugged desert landscapes are all at the doorstep of this historic town. Make it a stop on your Southwest road trip this spring or plan a weekend getaway from nearby Phoenix or Tucson.
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You could take decades to explore every corner of the Navajo Nation, but for those who have a little less time, we’ve designed this week-long itinerary. Dreamy sandstone canyons, larger-than-life dinosaur tracks, and rare desert waterfalls await.
From photographing the magical light in Antelope Canyon to exploring dinosaur tracks in Tuba City, there’s a lot to do in Navajo Nation. Use this guide to gather insight and ideas for your next trip.
Explore the best of Cochise County, Arizona on this five-day road trip. You’ll discover each unique community and take trails less traveled in some of the state’s most remote wilderness areas with amazing food, culture, and lodging along the way.
Award-winning wine country, secluded national monuments and wildlife preserves, and plenty of art and culture. This is Cochise County, Arizona. Located in the southeastern corner of the Grand Canyon State, this less-traveled destination deserves a spot on your bucket list.
Pull on your boots and tighten your stampede string! It’s time to book the ultimate dude ranch vacation. Wide open spaces, simplified travel plans, and immune-boosting perks make it an easy choice.
Spend a long weekend in Bisbee, Arizona. We’ve designed this itinerary like a wagon wheel: each day you’ll depart on a new adventure, and each night you’ll return to Bisbee to enjoy the art, culture, and food that make this such a unique destination in the American West.
Once one of the richest mineral sites in the world, today, Bisbee, Arizona is a haven for artists and outdoor enthusiasts. So go ahead—elevate your heart rate before indulging in Bisbee’s cuisine and countless shopping opportunities.
When traveling across North America you also travel across the ancestral lands of hundreds of different Indigenous tribes. Indigenous communities are still very much tied to the land, and you can create a positive experience for both yourself and these communities by visiting with gratitude and respect – prepared to learn about the local cultures and histories.
From the views from the prehistoric route up Picacho Peak to the sights in the subterranean Kartchner Caverns, Arizona’s state parks are all set for early season vacations.