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Arizona Holidays 2019/2020
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The land of red! When the sun sets on the red rocks, the whole horizon burns red, the only colour that is fitting in the often devastating heat. Incredible rock formations, lagoons, waterfalls and cacti freckle the otherwise clear landscape. The absence of modern artificial lighting means that at night you will be able to see the sky at its finest, the deep blue-black shining bright with stars littered in every direction. You won't find a starscape like you will here.
At the head of the long list of must-see sights will no doubt be the genuinely jaw-dropping natural wonder of the Grand Canyon, the vast mile-wide chasm that everyone should see at least once in their life. You will also want to discover Kartchner Caverns just outside Tucson, the world’s largest stalactite formation. And no visit to Arizona is complete without venturing to Monument Valley, the surreal sandstone valleys that have starred in countless movies, from classic Westerns such as Stagecoach and Once Upon a Time in the West to contemporary blockbusters like Thelma & Louise and Mission: Impossible 2. Monument Valley even featured in Stanley Kubrik’s iconic 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The charming city of Flagstaff, nestled in the world’s largest Ponderosa Pine forest, is the perfect base for exploring this fascinating state. A stone’s throw away from no less than seven national parks and only 80 miles from the mighty Grand Canyon, Flagstaff was also the world’s first ‘International Dark Sky City’, thanks to its low light pollution that makes it an ideal destination from where to explore the night skies. America’s fifth-most populated city of Phoenix is also worthy of exploration.