Here’s a sample of what is possible in Arizona: a three-day, two-night itinerary that starts and ends in Phoenix. You visit Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly and Historic Winslow. . The Northern Arizona Roadtrip will cover all attractions you would find on any Arizona local’s bucket list. The state has so many terrific sites to offer in nature and it would be hard to leave any of them off your itinerary. The views during this drive through the Northern part of Arizona will only inspire the more extensive scenery that will be experienced each day.
Or, you can experience the Southern Arizona Wine Country Vineyards itinerary. Viticulture in Arizona has a history that begins in the 16th century when missionary Spanish Jesuit priests began to plant grapevines and make wine for use in Christian religious ceremonies. Most vineyards in Arizona are located in the southeastern portion of the state near Tucson, the location of Arizona’s only designated American Viticultural Area, the Sonoita AVA. Arizona has enjoyed recent success with wine made from the grape varietals native to Italy and the Rhône River valley of southern France. The Southern Arizona Wine Tour takes you into some of the most amazing scenery and cultural areas of the Southwest.
Jessica Mitchell Remington
Verified Destination Contact
Travel Industry Marketing Manager
ARIZONA OFFICE OF TOURISM
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