Though Arizona has become famous for its sunny skies and desert scenery, it is no one-dimensional state. In fact, on our last trip there, we ended up skidding through a December blizzard outside Flagstaff. We saw snow-covered pines rather than towering cacti.
Keep Arizona's diversity in mind when you plan your trip: There's more there than can be absorbed in one vacation. Our suggestion is to focus on a few areas that interest you—be it the popular resort areas (Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson or Sedona), natural wonders (the Grand Canyon or Saguaro National Park), Native American cultural sites (Canyon de Chelly or Navajo National Monument) or historic towns (Tombstone and Jerome). By sampling the state in small helpings, you'll enjoy it more and leave plenty to explore the next time around.
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