The Grand Canyon
Arizona’s most identifiable landmark, the Grand Canyon, is breathtaking in its beauty and its magnitude—and it’s one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Feel the grandeur when you visit the Hualapai Tribe’s Skywalk; a glass-bottomed, horseshoe-shaped overpass suspended 4,000 feet over the western end of the Canyon.
In Scottsdale, you’ll find civilization in the desert with upscale shopping, exciting nightlife, championship golf and world-class resorts like The Boulders, A Waldorf Astoria Resort. Here, 12-million-year-old boulder formations create a stunning backdrop for a special getaway.
The mysterious rippled sandstone walls of Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona await the adventurous traveler who seeks to discover one of the most spectacular, yet little known attractions of the Lake Powell area. This aweinspiring sculpture set in stone is a must-see.
Spend the day horseback riding in the pristine Sonoran Desert of Tucson, home to stately Saguaro cacti and a multitude of wildlife. Try a sunset trail ride under a big blue sky followed up by a barbecued steak dinner at one of Tucson’s many guest ranches.
Brave a four-wheel-drive Pink Jeep Tour into Sedona’s red rock backcountry to get breathtaking views of the landscape and explore ancient American Indian ruins tucked into the canyon walls. Your guide provides fascinating eco-historical narrative adding to the excitement of the trip.