Although there are other canyons across the planet, none appear as iconic as Arizona’s remarkable Grand Canyon. From this otherworldly 18-mile wide, 277-mile long canyon and spectacular towering red rock formations of Sedona to the greatest concentration of saguaro cacti on earth and one of the United State’s largest cities, Arizona seems to have it all.
True, there’s no ocean; but there’s still plenty of sand to go around. Natural attractions like Monument Valley on the Arizona-Utah border, Canyon de Chelly in Chinle, Arizona on Navajo tribal lands, the glorious Painted Desert in the four corners region, and the Petrified Forest, named for its large deposits of petrified wood, remain iconic American landscapes.
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This acclaimed landmark resort, host to heads of state and celebrities, radiates refinement and splendor.
Native Americans have lived in this region for thousands of years. Today, the state boasts the second largest Native American population. Their culture can be seen in myriad ancient ruins, such as the cliff dwellings of Montezuma Castle National Monument, built by the Pre-Columbian Sinagua people, and modern Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation in the United States.
From the thriving metropolises of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson to the artistic and spiritual community of Sedona, Arizona shines 334 days of healing sunlight on its vacationers and residents every year.
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