Arizona is home to both majestic mountains and rocky canyons
Arizona is home to almost a third of the Native American population. This makes it a great place to visit if you are planning on visiting Arizona. Native Americans have lived in Arizona for hundreds of years before Spanish explorers arrived. The state became more comfortable with air conditioning, and settlers moved into the desert areas. This desert state today is home to a diverse culture, sophisticated shopping areas, and galleries.
Arizona does not have any travel restrictions, but travelers from certain states need to be tested for the virus 72-hours before arriving. You must limit your activities until the second test is negative. This can take anywhere from three to five working days after arriving. Some of the public testing sites in Arizona are free. To prevent this disease spreading, the Department of Health recommends that you take a COVID-19 test before traveling to Arizona. The Arizona Tourism website also lists restrictions on travel.
Arizona has something for everyone, whether you are interested in history, art, nature or history. The Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort is a great place to go if you are a sports fan. The Phoenix Art Museum hosts international exhibitions, live performances and independent art films. It also offers educational programs. There is also a landscaped Sculpture Garden and dining options.