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Welcome to Arizona
Known as the “Grand Canyon State,” Arizona is brimming with adventure. Warm red sands, towering cacti, and outstanding geological formations draw folks from all over to experience the desert firsthand. A perfect destination for nature lovers, this Southwestern state greets visitors with a combination of stunning world wonders and rich culture. Whether you’re looking to take in outstanding sunset views on a scenic highway or challenge your strength on a strenuous hike, you’re guaranteed the vacation of a lifetime. You’ll understand why people love it here when you book your stay in one of Select Registry’s bed and breakfasts in Arizona!
Things to See & Do
From canyon excursions and scenic horseback rides to white water rafting and helicopter tours, Arizona is a hot spot for outdoor activities. Of course, visiting the Grand Canyon should be on the top of your list. The phenomenal panoramic views are enough to take your breath away! For intimate views of Arizona’s gorgeous canyons, check out Horseshoe Bend, the South Kaibab Trail, or Lower Antelope Canyon. While escapades through nature are an Arizona must, there are more things to do that don’t involve hiking. Escape the heat and visit the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix or the Arizona Copper Art Museum in Clarkdale. Both museums are held in high regard and will keep you cool during Arizona’s hot summer months.
Where to Eat & Drink
The local cuisine certainly reflects the fact that Arizona shares a border with Mexico. With authentic Mexican traditions and unique Southwestern takes, Arizona is home to delicious food. You’ll find homemade tamales, sweet paletas, chimichangas, and more. Tucson is famous for their Sonoran hot dog, a delectable bean and bacon-smothered dish served with jalapeños, mayo, and onion. If you’ve ever wanted to try a buffalo burger, you’re in the right place! This leaner beef alternative is widely available throughout the state.
Arizona’s climate is perfect for growing grapes. Wine Country includes the Verde Valley Region, the Sonoita Region, and the Willcox Region. Visitors can tour desert wineries and taste quality wines all over the state. If wine isn’t your thing, Arizona boasts over 70 craft breweries. Whether you’re in Flagstaff, Tucson, Phoenix, or elsewhere, you’ll surely find a spot for brews nearby.
Best Time to Visit
The hot desert climate makes Arizona a perfect winter getaway. With daytime temperatures in the 70s, Northerners love to escape their chilly homes for the desert heat. Travelers also flock to the Grand Canyon come summertime. The summer months are hot, to say the least. If you’re planning on spending a lot of time outdoors, be sure to bring water with you.
Where to Stay
When you’re scouting out the best bed and breakfasts in Arizona, be sure to check out Select Registry’s luxurious properties. Situated in front of remarkable backdrops, these B&Bs serve as a desert oasis. Lay out by the pool and take in the wondrous geological landscapes or get some much-deserved relaxation. We look forward to being the final touch on your dream vacation plans!