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Enjoy AJO, Arizona, And Experience The Citys Rich Culture

Suppose you are looking for the best places to go in AJO, AZ. Then this article is for you. We will take a look at the five top things to do in AJO, Arizona. You should read this article if […]

Discover Wine Country In Cottonwood, Arizona

The Verde Valley is a hidden gem in Arizona. It’s a beautiful area that includes the towns of Cottonwood and Jerome, which are located about an hour from Sedona and about two hours north of Phoenix. If you’re looking for […]

Ride the Grand Canyon Railway to the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon Railway is a great way to get to the Grand Canyon. It departs from Williams, Arizona, which is a great little town with plenty of restaurants and shops. The train has several classes of service, including sleeper […]

Ride the Verde Canyon Railway In Clarkdale, Arizona

Introduction The Verde Canyon Railway is a great way to get from Sedona to Jerome. The ride is scenic, with beautiful views of the red rocks, and it’s also relaxing as you sit back and enjoy the breeze in your […]

Visit The Historic Ajo Plaza

The Plaza is an Oasis…a verdant respite from the stark beauty of the Sonoran Desert. As the only fully realized City Beautiful town center in the state of Arizona, anchored by a hundred year old train depot and situated around […]

Welcome to Ajo!

Only in Ajo will you find a place where the stark contrast of what once was collides so beautifully with what could be. In a town originally established solely to support the operations of the New Cornelia Mine – where […]

Top 6 Destinations To Visit In Arizona

Arizona is the perfect place for you to visit. It’s filled with many beautiful and unique places to go and see. You’ll find that Arizona has so much to offer from its many mountains, deserts, forests, and other attractions. There […]

Explore Jerome State Historic Park

This Arizona state park is a dream for nature lovers and history buffs. You can learn about the mining history of Arizona thanks to a guided tour, and of course, you have to stop by the Douglas Mansion where you […]

Discover The Beauty Of Prescott

In 1864 Prescott was designated as the capital of the Arizona Territory, replacing the temporary capital at Fort Whipple. The Territorial Capital was moved to Tucson in 1867. However, in 1877, Prescott once again became the Territorial Capital until Phoenix […]

Arizona’s Tribal Casino’s Giving Back to the Community

Apart from being one of the most popular tourism destinations for travelers world-wide, Arizona also offers travelers (and locals alike), some great casino properties to enjoy. Many of Arizona’s casinos offer world-class hotels, Spa’s, golfing entertainment and fine dining. So […]

Mountain Camelback Climbing

Remember the expression “Better safe than sorry?”. Well many who visit the Valley every year clearly have not. Climbing Camelback Mountain (or any other mountain) must be taken seriously. It’s a dangerous endeavor, even when it’s not 115 degrees, and […]

Grand Canyon West: A One-Of-A-Kind Venue Not To Be Missed

Who, when visiting or vacationing with us in this Great State of Arizona is not looking for a true “Bucket List” adventure that will excite the senses, and generate memories that will last a lifetime? If you are looking for […]

We Started With Trolley Cars

We now have light rail and comfortable buses to move people about in the metro Phoenix area, but it wasn’t always that way. The concept of mass transit is always evolving. When we consider trolley we think of the famous […]

Experience History: Explore Our Arizona Ruins

Long before statehood, Arizona was home to thousands of Indigenous Peoples belonging to various tribes. Many of today’s ruins, and landmarks are remnants of the once-great Sinagua People, who inhabited much of the northern and central regions of Arizona. Great […]

An American Legend Geronimo!

He was GOYAHK-LA! Probably doesn’t mean a thing to you, does he. But, if I shouted, GERONIMO! This accepted exclamation for those going into battle or facing a challenging situation would immediately call to mind, I’m sure, paratroopers of the […]

Explore The Beauty Of Arizona

Arizona is a big state with lots to see and do. But where should you start? We have your answer! NATURE: Arizona’s vernal pools dry up in summer, but for a few weeks each year, they are a haven for […]

The Wigwam Village Motel An Enjoyable Retro Throwback To The ’30s

The Wigwam Village Motel #2 is a nostalgic throwback to the 1930s when America’s highways were being built, tourism was taking off and people were traveling more than ever before. It has survived decades of change, including the rise of […]

Kids Get Hands-On Learning At The Arizona Science Center

The Arizona Science Center has been a staple of downtown Phoenix for almost forty years. It’s an institution where kids can have fun and learn something new at the same time. The center features more than 300 hands-on exhibits that […]

Drive From Sedona to Flagstaff And See What AZ Has To Offer

Whether you’re looking for a beautiful drive with picture-perfect views or trying to figure out how to get from Sedona to Flagstaff, this scenic drive is just the ticket. What to Expect on the Drive If you’re planning a road […]

Visit The Most Incredible Natural Wonders In Arizona

Arizona is a land of surprises. While the state may conjure up images of endless desert, it also has some of the most spectacular natural wonders in the country. From the Grand Canyon to Havasu Falls and everything in between, […]

Arizona’s Best Day Trips Visit Chiricahua National Monument

It might surprise you to learn that there are a number of great day trips from Phoenix. In fact, there are plenty of fun places to go for a day trip or weekend getaway, including the Grand Canyon. If you’re […]

Take A Drive Down Old Route 66

Route 66 is one of America’s most famous highways, not to mention its first highway. Route 66 has been immortalized by an old TV show, a Nat King Cole song, and even the Pixar film Cars. While it’s no longer […]

Are You A Space Enthusiast? Then Lowell Observatory Should Be On Your List Of To Do’s

The Lowell Observatory is the perfect place to unwind and let your mind wander. With a wide-open view of Flagstaff’s night sky, it offers visitors an unparalleled perspective on what’s up there. A planetarium show provides insight into our universe, […]

Visit The Shady Dell Vintage Trailer Park On Your Next Trip To Arizona

If you’re looking for a place to stay in the Bisbee, Arizona area, look no farther than the Shady Dell. Located 100 miles southeast of Tucson, in Cochise County Arizona, this trailer park has been welcoming guests since 1947. This […]

Take A Quick Trip To Lake Havasu State Park In Arizona

If you’re looking for a relaxing place to get away from it all, Lake Havasu State Park is just the place. Located in the northwestern part of Arizona not far from Las Vegas, it’s an ideal location for a quick […]

Experience Grand Canyon Caverns Suite Stay 200 Feet Below Ground

For the adventurous spirit with a love of the outdoors, you can now stay at one of the most unique hotels in America. Located 200 feet below ground and beneath a working ranch, Grand Canyon Caverns offers an authentic western […]

The Amazing Views Of Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Lake Powell

Antelope Canyon Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. It is one of the most popular slot canyons in the American Southwest and has been acknowledged as one […]

The Amazing Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

We’re often told to see the world through our own eyes, but sometimes there is a landscape so iconic that you have no choice but to appreciate it through someone else’s. As soon as you enter the Southwest, you start […]

Visit Slide Rock State Park One Of Arizona’s most popular warm-weather destinations.

With its refreshing swimming holes, unique hiking trails, and wide-open picnic areas, it’s no wonder Slide Rock State Park is one of America’s most famous outdoor destinations. The park is situated along the banks of Oak Creek in Sedona, Ariz., […]

Secret Swimming hole located in McHood City Park is a great place to visit

McHood is a great place to visit!! But even the best towns have hidden places that you must visit. The most fun place in McHood is an old swimming hole located in McHood City Park. It has been there forever, […]

Plan Your Trip To Wickenburg Arizona For A True Old West Experience

A Wild West town with a huge equestrian community, Wickenburg is a popular destination for people from all over the world. Wickenburg is a small town in the desert of Arizona. It has a population of around 6,000 and is […]

Get Ready For The Scottsdale Margarita Fest!

The biggest, baddest margarita party in the Valley of the Sun is back with a vengeance! If you’re looking for a good time, Scottsdale Margarita Fest is the place to be. It’s a fun event with something for everyone—young and […]

Great Places To Eat In Scottsdale & The Greater Phoenix Area

The Mission Location: 7122 E Greenway Pkwy, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Website: https://www.themissionaz.com/the-mission-kierland Type of food and atmosphere: I would describe the type of food as eclectic Mexican; there are certainly traditional flavors and dishes that you would expect to find, […]

5 Lakes You Need To Visit While In Arizona

Lake Havasu Location. Lake Havasu is located in western Arizona. Water quality. This lake’s water quality is rated as fair, with higher than average levels of aquatic plant growth and lower than average levels of pH and dissolved oxygen throughout […]

Best Places To Visit While In Arizona

Phoenix Phoenix is Arizona’s biggest city and has a lot to offer those who visit. You can find a huge variety of great places to eat, shop, see, do or even live. If you enjoy the outdoors and natural beauty, […]

Great Golf Courses To Visit While In Arizona

Troon North Golf Club Course Rating: 72.9 Course Length: 7,033 yards Difficulty: Moderate; you’ll have a challenge if you’re off your game, but it won’t be impossible to match par or better. Features/Amenities: The Sonoran Desert views are spectacular, the […]

Do You Like Donuts? If In Sedona, You Need To Try Sedonuts!

Sedonuts is famous for its donuts. Sedonuts is more than a great name; their donuts are amazing. These donuts are so fresh and moist as well as delicious! There might be a line when you get there, but it’s well […]

Phoenix A Great Place To Be For Sports

NBA The Phoenix Suns. You can see the Phoenix Suns play at Talking Stick Resort Arena. The Phoenix Suns are a professional basketball team part of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They […]

Like Hiking? Visit Camelback Mountain In Arizona

You’ll find Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona. This mountain is located in the heart of Arizona, and as such, is a popular hiking destination. If you’re planning a trip to Camelback Mountain, here’s what you need to know before your […]

Cool Things In Arizona: What Is A Sonoran dog?

A Sonoran dog is a warm, chewy bun filled with a juicy grilled hot dog. The Sonoran dog is a classic grilled hot dog with bacon, but it’s so much more than that. The hot dog is wrapped in bacon […]

Great Resorts To Visit While In Arizona

The Canyon Villas at The Phoenician The Canyon Villas at The Phoenician resort is perfect if you want a hotel with great views, a nice pool, and spacious rooms. It’s also known for its friendly staff, good location, reasonable prices, […]

4 Great Small Towns To Visit While In Arizona

Winslow Arizona If you’re looking for a small town with a charming ambiance, Winslow is where you want to be. The town is tucked away in the northeast corner of Arizona, about an hour and a half from the Grand […]

The Best Rooftop Bars In Arizona

Lustre Rooftop Bar Location: Palomar Phoenix Hotel, 2 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix Description: This trendy rooftop bar is located at the Palomar Phoenix Hotel and offers an excellent view of downtown Phoenix. It has a nice combination of indoor seating […]

Shopping While In Scottsdale Arizona

Shopping Malls Scottsdale has several shopping malls, each with its own unique vibe and variety of stores. One of the most popular shopping destinations in the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall. Fashion Square features more than 200 stores, including luxury brands […]

Day Trips In And Around Phoenix Arizona

Try hiking at Lost Dutchman State Park Located in the Sonoran Desert, Lost Dutchman State Park is located in Apache Junction, Arizona. This state park has over six miles of trails to hike on while enjoying the beautiful scenery there. […]

Things To Do In Jerome, Arizona

Scenic Sedona If you’re looking for great hiking trails and amazing views, Sedona is the place for you. Sedona is well known for its beautiful red rock formations and picturesque desert vistas. The city is an ideal destination for travelers […]

Arizona Biltmore Unveils New McArthurs Dining Concept

Arizona Biltmore resort has opened a new venue in its once-iconic The Grill restaurant. The new venue is called McArthur’s, named after the resort’s founder, William McArthur. Named after Arizona Biltmore founder William McArthur (a man who believed in the […]

Luxury Fashion House Christian Louboutin Opens Scottsdale Boutique as First in the Valley

French luxury fashion house Christian Louboutin has landed in Scottsdale  Christian Louboutin, the iconic French luxury fashion house founded in 1991, has opened its first Arizona boutique at Scottsdale Fashion Square. The Paris-based luxury fashion house is known for its […]

Great Resorts To Visit In Scottsdale Arizona

Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort is an all-suite resort, so you’re sure to have a wonderful vacation when you stay there. This resort is located in the posh Gainey Ranch and it’s just […]

Spend The Day At The Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park

There is no shortage of things to do when visiting Arizona’s # 1 Zoo. The Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium, and Safari Park is a 215-acre zoo and aquarium located in Litchfield Park, Arizona, about 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix. It […]

Great Things To Do In Prescott, Arizona.

Visit the World’s Smallest Museum You should visit the World’s Smallest Museum, located at the corner of Gurley and Cortez in Prescott. What makes it so small, you ask? It’s located in an old telephone booth! In fact, it’s so […]

Discover Great Places To Camp While In Arizona

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Located in north-central Arizona at the edge of the Colorado Plateau, Coconino National Forest encompasses 1.8 million acres of mountainous terrain ranging from desert to ponderosa pine forest. This diversity leads to exciting biological and geological diversity […]

Popstroke Is Coming To Scottsdale, Arizona

Popstroke, the perfect combination of a restaurant and golf entertainment venue, is coming to Scottsdale, Arizona. Popstroke is the perfect combination of a restaurant and golf entertainment venue. There will be two separate 9-hole courses at Popstroke that are par […]

Peoria Arizona To Host Food Truck Event

A Food Truck Frenzy  If you want to enjoy a wide variety of food and fun, Peoria Sports Complex is the place for you! All types of food trucks from all over Arizona will be at this event. This year […]

Experience Grand Canyon South Rim

Grand Canyon Village Grand Canyon Village is a National Historic Landmark District and the largest developed area in Grand Canyon National Park. Located on the South Rim of the canyon, this is where you will find most of the major […]

Things To Do While In Wickenburg, Arizona

Desert Caballeros Western Museum Desert Caballeros Western Museum is a museum in Wickenburg, Arizona. It was established in 1960. Its permanent collection of art includes an extensive collection of works by Joe Beeler and George Phippen. It also has a […]


It’s all about timing, and the timing is now for Arizona!  Arizona is on the move!! Every indicator is pointing to record travelers returning this summer and throughout this fall. All eyes are already on Phoenix for 2023 because the […]

Why Williams Arizona Should Be On Your To-Do List!

For those who are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon, here’s three reasons you should detour to the last town on Route 66, Williams Arizona: For those who are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon, here’s three reasons […]

Ride the Whiskey Off-Road

Ride the Whiskey Off-Road: choose from three different distance options (15, 30 or 50 miles), each crafted from a carefully curated set of trails in Prescott, AZ.  Starting on Prescott’s historical (and lively) Whiskey Row and climbing into the beautifully […]

Route 66 Celebrates its 95th Anniversary

The allure of Route 66 has never faded since it was designated in November 1926. This iconic American highway is famous the world over, as visitors flock to it, to drive on it, by the millions every year. Still to […]

NCAA Final Four & Super Bowl Back To Phoenix

Phoenix received its first ever NCAA Men’s Final Four basketball championship in 2017. It was a huge  success and Phoenix once again put on  a world class event for all to see. In July  (2018), the NCAA announced that in […]

The Four Worst Words In Travel? “Damn! She’s Right Again.”

It was a dark and rainy flight. The turbulence was so bad over the Atlantic the lights were mostly out and meals could not be served. The hard landing at Lisbon’s Portela Airport caused bags and duty free to burst […]

The Americans

The United States dollar took another pounding on German, French, and British exchanges this morning, hitting the lowest point ever known in West Germany. It has declined there by 41% since 1971, and this Canadian thinks it’s time to speak […]

This Is One Historic Fish History

Labeled “TOP SECRET” it was one of the most secretive missions of the Second World War, and one of the most interesting. Even today, most senior banking officials in Canada had no idea this mission ever occurred. This is an […]

Arizona’s Traditional “SixC’s”: Copper, Cattle, Citrus, Cotton, Climate and Canadians!

One million Canadians visit this state each year and as hospitable as Arizonians might be — we come for the climate. We also leave over $1 billion behind… some of it falling out of our pockets as we frantically search […]

The Footprint Center

Phoenix, America’s 6th largest city, presents a plethora of possibilities for its visitors and residents. A cosmopolitan city with buildings rising from the Sonoran Desert like the mountains that surround it, the metropolis reawakened after centuries of dormancy from its […]

What Is The Old West Sauce Story?

The Old West Sauce & Salsa Co., founded in the rich heritage of America’s fabled southwest, is proud of its southwestern roots and reputation for producing superior salsas, hot sauces, BBQ sauces, rubs, and drink mixes, all of which are […]

Tragedy Over the Grand Canyon

Saturday, June 30th was a bright sunny morning at Los Angeles International Airport where two transcontinental airliners were awaiting their final clearance to commence their outbound flights. On runway 25 was Trans World Airlines (TWA) Flight #2 that was scheduled […]

OdySea in the Desert

Everyone who visits Scottsdale and the Valley of the Sun is always searching for that “Very Special Experience.” Memories (and photos) that are likely to last a lifetime. Search no further … for this major desert attraction is a one-of-a-kind […]

An Icon’s Roots in Arizona

Arizona served as background for many of John Wayne’s great films, such as the tall sandstone buttes of Monument Valley seen in The Searchers, but the popular actor left much more in the state than a film legacy. A man […]

The Five C’s of Arizona

Many ask, “What are the Five C’s of Arizona?” And it’s certainly a great question, with the answer being that they are perfectly represented in the simple illustration found in the center of the Great Seal for the State of […]

Mountain Camelback Climbing

Well, many who visit the Valley every year clearly have not. Climbing Camelback Mountain (or any other mountain) must be taken seriously. It’s a dangerous endeavor, even when it’s not 115 degrees, and if you are not well equipped for […]

Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park

WOW, UNBELIEVABLE and simply AWESOME … WHAT AN EXPERIENCE are just some of the comments offered by those who have visited The Wildlife Zoo Aquarium and Safari Park. It’s simply a fun place for you to enjoy, or take the […]

Murder Mystery In Scottsdale – The 1978 Murder Of Actor Bob Crane

In the summer of 1978 actor Bob Crane, who had starred in the popular 1960s TV series Hogan’s Heroes, was in Scottsdale for a four- week performance in Beginner’s Luck at the Windmill Dinner Theater. On June 29 a co-star […]

Flagstaff – Rides The Rails

Over 100 freight and passenger trains pass through Flagstaff every day. Like Northern Arizona University, Lowell Observatory, Snowbowl, Black Bart’s Steakhouse and December snowstorms, the railways remain a major transportation route, and is an important part of the culture in […]


In every corner of the state, there are special places that everyone should visit at least once. In Flagstaff one such venue is Black Barts Steakhouse, Saloon and Musical Revue. It has been a local landmark, and family owned and […]

Explore the Many Sides of Arizona

Arizona is known for its diverse landscape, from the breathtaking depths of the Grand Canyon to the majestic red hillsides of Sedona. But even with all its natural beauty, there’s so much more to the Copper State than what literally […]

Welcome To Our Great State Of Arizona

On behalf of the Grand Canyon State, WanderAZ magazine extends you a warm and hearty welcome.  Welcome to Arizona! Arizona remains a world-class travel destination. In 2019, the state had almost 49 million overnight visitors breaking another record for the […]

Tantrum Wines of Willcox

In the decades since Dr. Gordon Dutt wrote a cleverly masked grant proposal to conduct a feasibility study on wine grape growing. We have seen the quiet, but steady rise of Arizona wine. From being served at the White House […]

The Blue Water Grill – Voted Phoenix’s # 1 Seafood Restaurant

The Blue Water Grill is now at their new home after more than 20 years serving customers the world over on the Camelback corridor. They are now located at 1525 East Bethany Home Road at 16th Street just off Highway […]

Med Aire – Covers You World-Wide

For more than thirty-five years, MedAire has delivered the best possible remote medical, security and operational support to clients in the air, on land and at sea. At the core of MedAire are our medical, security and logistics experts. In […]

The Allure Of America’s Route 66

The famed pianist and composer Bobby Troup wrote the iconic hit song; “Get Your Kicks on Route 66.” As a former pianist with the renowned Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Troup headed west with millions of other World War II veterans. He […]

Downtown Phoenix – A Revitalized City Core Brings Life To Core Brings Life To Downtown

Knowing Phoenix and Its Attractions America’s 5th largest city that presents a wide array of possibilities for visitors and residents alike. A cosmopolitan city with buildings rising from the Sonoran Desert, just like the mountains that surround it. The metropolis […]

Out of Africa Wildlife Park

While many animal attractions boast of getting up close and personal, none can claim the immersive nature of Out of Africa with its African-like sanctuary; one that respects the animals with spacious natural habitats and provides you with an unforgettable […]

Haboobs & Monsoons: Weather Events Can’t Forget

Arizona offers travelers to the region with many fond memories, museums, fine dining, great shopping and superb golf. However, two events that can be slightly more daunting (and likely not forgotten) are two major weather events that local residents experience […]

The Grand Canyon Railway

In the late 1800s a stagecoach ride from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon cost $15 and also took a rough 8 hours. With a meal and a bed in a tent that cost an additional $1 apiece. However, all that […]

Arizona Snowbowl

Arizona’s Premier Winter Destination During the winter, a snowy wonderland emerges from the desert. Just north of Flagstaff, the San Francisco Peaks and extensive pine trees seemingly appear from nowhere against the miles of rugged desert that surround them. In […]

If ‘Traveling While Stupid’ was Against the Law–I’d Still Be In A Spanish Jail!

I’ve always considered myself a keen backpacker, a respectful traveler, a very appreciative hitchhiker (I buy lunch or a drink!) Even as a senior citizen I still hitchhike in safe places like Portugal, Madeira and The Azores. But after much […]

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is bounded by the cities of Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa and Fountain Hills and encompasses 52,600 acres, with 19,000 held as a natural preserve. With two distinct backgrounds and […]

Arizona Road Trip: What to Do and See in Sedona

Off on an ad-van-ture? Road trips are really a way to reconnect with yourself, and there’s no better way to travel. You get to choose your own company, enjoy the little things on the way, and the best part is […]

Spotlight Feature For Twin Arrows Casino

In 2013 a fabulous new venue opened just 20 minutes east (on the I-40) of Flagstaff. Twin Arrows Casino Resort. Operated by the Navajo nation, this awesome venue is the only AAA FOUR DIAMOND casino resort in Northern Arizona.   Navajo […]

A RARITY IN THE DESERT – In Cave Creek, AZ to be Exact.

Arizona is known for many things. Abounding desert landscapes, historic western heritage, world-class golf, superior hospitality and of course our very own Grand Canyon, regarded by many as one of the 10 Wonders of the World.  The Rare Earth Gallery […]

Webb Simpson Finds The Winner’s Circle At The People’s Open For 2020

The 2020 Waste Management Phoenix Open has come to an exciting end with thousands of golf fans once again pushing off the Super Bowl to see who would be crowned The People’s Open Champion. After finishing in second place to […]

Museum of Northern Arizona

We have all heard the expression: “It’s a one-of-a-kind experience,” but in the case of Flagstaff’s Museum of Northern Arizona, this venue should not be missed. Museum of Northern Arizona Mission  The mission of the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) […]

Celebrity Theatre Spotlight

Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre is one of the Valley’s most unique and historic landmarks.  Celebrity Theatre History The Celebrity Theatre opened in 1963 and for more than 50 years, this theatre in the round, with its revolving stage, state-of-the-art sound system […]

Would Arizona Benefit From An AeroMetro?

Imagine a 300 MPH TRANSIT SYSTEM running between Tucson and Las Vegas twice a day — stopping at AZ’s larger Municipal Airports along the way. An “AeroMetro” is different from conventional Airline “hub and spoke” flight operations. Quick and Affordable […]

Winding Waterways of the Desert

Our Canal Origins Many visitors to the Valley are intrigued (as they look out their airplane window) by the many winding water canal systems they see as they fl into Sky Harbor International Airport. The canals seem to be everywhere, […]

Grand Canyon Facts You Didn’t Know

The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and one of the most beautiful and most recognizable places in not only Arizona or the U.S., but throughout the globe. However, despite its popularity, there is […]

Greatest Show On Grass!

The Waste Management Phoenix Open The Waste Management Phoenix Open (WMPO), is presented by the AK-Chin Indian Community, and is part of the PGA Tours FedX Cup. This annual golf tournament represents one of the most sought-after events in the […]

The Hualapai Nation: Survival and Thrive at Grand Canyon West

The Hualapai Nation: How These Indigenous People Survived and Thrive at Grand Canyon West Unlike the National Park on the South rim, Grand Canyon West is not federal land — it is situated upon the Hualapai Reservation. While the views […]


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