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Also known as The Grand Canyon State, Arizona offers glorious
vistas of the Grand Canyon and silent splendors of the desert.
The state capital of Arizona is Phoenix.
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Arizona gets its name from the Native American word arizonac,
believed to mean place of the small spring.
States neighbouring Arizona are: California,
Nevada, Utah, Colorado
and New Mexico. Arizona also borders with Mexico.
Arizona's famous son is Geronimo (1829-1909), the Chiricahua Apache
chief who resisted the idea of life on a reservation in New
Mexico, Florida, or Alabama.
For ten years he would terrorise the white settlers with his
Ironically, the early colonists pushed the Native Americans westwards,
and now they were being forced east again.
Geronimo eventually gave up the ten-year struggle in 1886, and was
settled in Oklahoma.
He took part in the inaugural procession of President Theodore
Roosevelt in 1905, and had his life story published the following year.
For students who are tired of being in the classroom, a semester living in the wilderness
of northern Arizona with Ancient Pathways may be just the answer.
Explore the Grand Canyon State from the official site of the Arizona Office of Tourism.
Arizona is the perfect place to get outside and experience nature and a wide variety of
wildlife. Hiking trails abound in state and range from the glory of the Grand Canyon to
the beauty of the desert.
Arizona Leisure Travel Guide showcases Arizona Vacation choices including golf courses,
hotels, resorts and travel vacations to scenic Arizona destinations.
A collection of articles about scenic drives in Arizona gives you an idea of what's in
store while travelling the Grand Canyon State by car.
The state of Arizona's official office.
Arizona offers almost thirty natural, cultural and recreational parks for public use.
Arizona Tourist News:
The online version of a 36 page monthly tabloid covering attractions and events throughout
The main centres of culture in Arizona are Tucson and Phoenix.
Two other museums of historical interest are the Navajo Tribal Museum,
in Window Rock, and the Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum, in Parker.
Arizona is extremely hot in the summer, but it's a dry heat.
Seriously, if you keep out of the sun you will hardly sweat.
Northern Arizona is marked with vast canyon lands (including the
biggest of them all: Grand Canyon National Park), ancient Indian ruins and thousands of
acres of ponderosa pine strands.
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Old West Territory
There's a bit of everything in southern Arizona: Incredible rock
formations, mountain peaks called 'sky islands', wide valleys, sand dunes and, of course,
the classic western deserts.
Tucson lies in the borderland, a region that blends the cultures
of the United States and Mexico, and has a long history of settlement by ancient Native
American peoples, Spanish explorers, and Anglo frontiersmen.
Plan your visit to Tucson, Arizona, with the help of the Tucson Convention and Visitors
Accommodation in Tuscon
Elysian Grove Market:
An historic Tucson Barrio Bed and Breakfast Inn. If you are tired of hotels, you'll love
this Bed & Breakfast Inn, furnished with folk art and antiques from Mexico and the
Southwest. The garden is filled with cactus, mesquites, flowers, humming birds and
fountains. There are sitting areas throughout the garden, perfect for drinking coffee,
reading and bird watching.
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If you're looking to reconnect with your soul and spirit, Sedona
is one of those places that will touch you and awaken your heart.
Arizona Healing Tours:
Shamanic soul dreamer, Clay Miller, offers tours to sacred places in the area, while
helping people return to what is meaningful in life.
A Woman's Way:
Women's retreats designed to incorporate times for quiet reflection, journaling, personal
growth, laughter, and the camaraderie of other extraordinary women; a place where women
can find balance and discover that they already are the women they aspire to become in the
beautiful location of Sedona, Arizona.
Sedona Arts Center:
In 1958 Egyptian-born sculptor, Nassan Gobran and a group of visionaries, inspired by the
natural beauty of Sedona, Arizona saw the need for a place where artists could work and
teach together - an arts center; providing diverse art experiences for individuals and the
community through classes, exhibitions, special events and community outreach programs.
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