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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, there are dozens of awe-inspiring places ready to satisfy your wanderlust. So pack your bags and get ready to explore these incredible natural wonders that you can only find in Arizona!

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in the United States in the state of Arizona. It is largely contained within Grand Canyon National Park, one of the first national parks established in the U.S., which received 6 million visitors in 2017. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide, and attains a depth of over 1 mile (1.6 km). Since many areas along its rim are protected as National Parks or monuments, this has only increased tourism to these sites, which now attract nearly 5 million visitors per year from all over the world

Meteor Crater

There is no better place to learn about space than at Meteor Crater. Located outside of Winslow, Arizona, this tourist attraction has become one of the most popular attractions in the state. The crater was created when a meteorite hit Earth and created a 40-foot hole in its surface over 50,000 years ago. Visitors can tour the rim and learn about our solar system by observing exhibits or taking a ride on their own spacecraft through an IMAX movie.

Whether you are interested in science or just want to experience something new with your family, Meteor Crater is sure to be an unforgettable experience!

Petrified Forest

The park is named after the petrified wood that can be found throughout the area. The park is home to many types of trees, including the petrified wood, that has been preserved as fossils.

The Petrified Forest National Park was established in 1906 and covers 119 square miles (309 square kilometers). It was designated a United Nations World Heritage Site in 1987.

Antelope Canyon


Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon located in Page, Arizona. It was carved out by the constant flow of water from Navajo Sandstone formation over the years and is now a Navajo Tribal Park. It’s also a sacred place for the Navajo people and has been used as such since before recorded history. The canyon features two separate slot canyons on either side of Antelope Creek: Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon.

This wonderful natural wonder draws tourists from all over who travel to see its beauty and experience its thrills through guided tours provided by local tour companies or self-guided tours available at an additional cost (if you’re visiting on your own).

Devils Bridge

Devils Bridge is one of the most picturesque natural wonders in Arizona. The bridge itself is made up of two huge and ancient formations that formed millions of years ago. It’s an amazing sight to behold, and a must-see if you’re in the area!

  • How to get there: Devils Bridge is located just off Highway 90A, which runs through Lake Havasu City. From there it’s around an hour’s drive down Highway 93A, which leads right into Wikieup (another town worth visiting).
  • When to go: You can visit Devil’s Bridge at any time of year—it will never disappoint! However, if you want to avoid crowds on your trip, then we recommend going early or late in the day when fewer people are out exploring with their cameras 🙂
  • What to do: Hiking trails lead both up onto and underneath this natural wonder; however, due to safety concerns we strongly advise against climbing on this fragile structure. If hiking isn’t really your thing though then no worries because there are plenty more ways for visitors like yourself who just want some nice photos without much physical exertion 🙂 We recommend looking into renting kayaks from nearby providers such as Lake Havasu Adventures – they offer guided tours along with rentals so even those who aren’t experienced paddlers can enjoy themselves! 

Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls is one of the most incredible natural wonders in Arizona. The waterfalls are located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation and are fed by Havasu Creek, which flows through Supai Village. The falls can be accessed via a trailhead in Supai Village or by helicopter from Sedona Airport.

Along with being beautiful and pristine, these waterfalls offer amazing hikes, camping spots, and swimming holes that may have you wanting to stay forever!

Lake Powell

Lake Powell is the second-largest man-made reservoir in the United States. It was created by constructing Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River, which causes water to back up into the Grand Canyon and form this reservoir.

Lake Powell is a popular tourist destination and you can enjoy many different activities while visiting such as boating, fishing, camping, or hiking. Lake Powell also has a lot of wildlife including birds, fish, and other animals to see along with beautiful scenery that borders both Utah and Arizona.

Lake Powell has many different types of fish that live in there but most commonly found are striped bass (also known as “stripers), flathead catfish (also known as “flatheads”), rainbow trout (also known as “cutthroats”)

Horseshoe Bend


Horseshoe Bend is a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River, located off of Highway 89A northeast of Page, Arizona. The Colorado River is a major river in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. It drains an arid region that covers parts of seven U.S. states and two Mexican states along the border between Arizona and California to form Baja California in northern Mexico.

The river was named by Spanish explorers in the 18th century before they realized that it was not part of any oceanic drainage system but instead drained into another lake (Lake Meade) at its northern end, then into several other lakes before reaching its terminus at Lake Mead, which straddles Arizona and Nevada.

Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park is located in the Sonoran Desert and is home to the world’s largest cactus species. It’s also a great place for hiking, with an easy trail that leads you to a scenic overlook. The park is open 24 hours a day, so feel free to hike at night if you want!

Arizona has some of the most spectacular natural wonders in the US.

Arizona is a great place to visit. It has some of the most spectacular natural wonders in the US, including the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River, and Petrified Forest National Park. Arizona is a great place to explore nature with your family and friends or on a romantic getaway with your significant other.

I hope you enjoyed reading about some of the most incredible natural wonders in Arizona. Hopefully, you can use this list as a guide on your next vacation to Arizona. You’ll be able to see these natural wonders firsthand and take pictures to share with friends and family. I would love to hear about your favorite places in the comments section below!

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