(Photo courtesy of Lowell Observatory)
Feeling the Summer Heat? Head to Northern Arizona to Cool Off With These 7 Activities.

Flagstaff lies a mere two-hour drive to the north from Phoenix and has much milder temperatures, making outdoor activities easier. 

6 Arizona Adventure Parks Worthy of a Family Road Trip
6 Arizona Adventure Parks Worthy of a Family Road Trip

Looking for a good time? Arizona’s theme and adventure parks make great road trips for families, BFFs, and thrill seekers in 2023.

Offbeat Adventures: Travel To The Coolest Hidden Wonders In Every U.S. State
Here’s a List of Hidden Wonders in Each State. Can You Guess Arizona’s?

Here you’ll find opportunities to explore offbeat history, admire geological formations, witness unexplained phenomena, and reveal long-kept secrets—no matter what state your travels take you to.

Highest-Rated Free Things To Do in Arizona, According to Tripadvisor
30 Places Across Arizona You Can Visit for Free

Whether for the weekend around town or to add to your out-of-town itinerary, free things to do are good. Find your next highly rated free activity in Arizona on Tripadvisor.

Lake Powell (Unsplash Photo/E Mark)
Summer Travel in Arizona: Your Guide for What to See and Eat in Page

You’ve no doubt seen images of Horseshoe Bend all over social media—and that’s just the beginning of what Page has to offer.

Tyre Davis on April 24, 2023 in Andorra, the 100th country he's visited. (Photo courtesy of Tyre Davis)
A Phoenix Man Made His First Overseas Trip in 2002. Now He’s Visited 100 Countries.

Arizona native Tyre Davis traveled to his 100th country this year after making his first overseas trip in 2002.

Transportation Security Administration's Identity Management Capabilities Manager Jason Lim demonstrates new facial recognition technology at a Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport security checkpoint, Wednesday, April 26, 2023, in Glen Burnie, Md. (AP Photo/Julia Nikhinson)
Phoenix Sky Harbor Among 16 US Airports Testing Facial Recognition Technology

Critics pointed out the possibility of bias in facial recognition technology, and possible repercussions for people who want to opt out.