Spanning over 91,000 acres, this park is a tribute to the American Southwest. Dominated by the nation’s largest cacti, the saguaros, visitors can witness these giants that have stood tall for centuries, often against a backdrop of the most vivid sunsets.
Nestled in Northern Arizona, The Wave is a testament to nature’s artistry. Over millions of years, water and wind have sculpted the sandstone into undulating patterns, creating a mesmerizing landscape that appears almost otherworldly.
More than just a canyon, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a journey through Earth’s geological timeline. Stretching 277 miles, its layered bands tell tales of millennia gone by.
Rising from the heart of Phoenix, Camelback Mountain offers trails that challenge even seasoned hikers. Its name is derived from its silhouette, which resembles the hump and head of a kneeling camel.
Located near Page, Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon of unparalleled beauty. Sunlight filtering through the narrow canyon illuminates the wave-like sandstone walls, creating a play of light and shadow. The canyon is divided into two sections: Upper and Lower.