…And a Bonus!

Located in the heart of the American wilderness, Arizona is home to some of the wildest natural wonders, biggest cities, and colorful cultures. From the Grand Canyon to Monument Valley, and Hoover Dam to Tombstone, Arizona draws tourists from all around the world in droves every year.

If you’re visiting The Copper State soon, the following five places on our list are a must-visit. We’re also throwing in a bonus. So, stick around till the end!

Five Places in Arizona to Tick Off Your Travel Bucket List

Arizona’s landscape is perfect for outdoor adventures. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, prepare to tease your senses.

Grand Canyon

Nothing quite compares to the instant adrenaline rush that you get from standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon and peaking at the endless ridges on the horizon. It’s difficult not to be inspired by the colorful cliffs, overhangs, and ravines of this natural wonder. While most visitors head towards the South Rim, the view from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is breathtaking, to say the least. Don’t forget to stroll on The Skywalk while you’re at it.

Monument Valley

The sandstone buttes of Monument Valley are an iconic image that tourists from all over the US come to witness in droves every year. The unique rock formations, stone spires, and dunes are a novelty. The highlight of Monument Valley is the 17-mile gravel path that cuts right through the heart of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. You can take a guided tour for in-depth knowledge about the history of the land.

Hoover Dam

One of the world’s greatest engineering marvels, the 1,244-meter-long Hoover Dam sits 726 feet above the ground. Completed in 1935, Lake Mead, the body of water formed by the dam, is the largest artificial lake in the United States. The structure is 110-meters long and holds approximately two years’ worth of water from the Colorado River. You can walk or drive across the dam for free. But parking charges apply.


An Old West Town with a modern outlook, Tombstone is designed with tourists in mind. Every building, shop, and restaurant reminisces the bygone era. And as you walk through the lanes, you’re greeted by staged gunfights, and people dressed in period-correct costumes to recreate the glory of old-world America. While you’re in town, don’t forget to check out Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park, which is now a museum.


Situated at 5,300 feet, Prescott is a rare find in Arizona with its tall Ponderosa pine trees, a magnificent lake, and the occasional snow. The scenic landscape around the town is ideal for hiking, camping, and kayaking. But that’s not all. As the former capital of the Arizona Territory, there are several historic buildings in Prescott like Elks Theatre and the old courthouse. You must stop for lunch if you’re passing through or spend the night at one of the beautifully-restored bed and breakfast accommodations if you have time.

And as we promised, it’s time for a bonus!

Utopic VR Arcade

If you’re stopping in Phoenix on your Arizona trip, you must drop by Utopia VR Arcade. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an escape game veteran or an amateur, Utopia offers a long list of adrenaline-pumping challenges that will keep you on your toes. Just pick a game and immerse yourself in sensory overdose at the VR Game Center.

If you want to indulge in the ultimate escape room experience, book your slots today.

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