Arizona is accessible enough that you can plan an amazing day trip and hit several attractions as you tour this alluring state. Here are some favorite spots to tour on a day trip.
Sedona’s popularity continues to grow–crowds flock to Sedona to tap into the energy of the Earth. Local Arizonians call this stunning place a cathedral without walls, and it only takes one look at Sedona’s landscape to understand why. It’s surrounded by towering red buttes and spires of bold red rock and bisected by a green canyon all year-round. You can explore its mountainous vistas, discover countless shops, and galleries, and learn about Sedona’s history and spirituality too.
Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon is the state’s most popular attraction, and gets about 5 million visitors per year. Touring this natural wonder of the world lets you witness its massive size and awe-inspiring views. You have to see it in person to understand how huge it is. Whether you’re hiking, rafting, or driving through the canyon, you can take in views of layered bands of red rock to reveal millions of years of geological history.
Horseshoe Bend and Page
Why do 2.2 million people visit Horseshoe Bend each year? Perhaps because this jaw-dropping canyon, cut through by the stunning Colorado River, is a site you need to see in your lifetime. Another noteworthy site close to Horseshoe Bend is the town of Page. It was once a rugged work camp and now home to incredible sights and hikes.
Self-guided tours give you the freedom to plan your vacation schedule. Action Tour Guide offers self-guided Arizona tours of the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Page, Horseshoe Bend, and Hoover Dam. By purchasing a tour, you can explore Arizona at your own pace and create your dream tour of its breathtaking sites.