Arizona has a spirit of adventure hardly found elsewhere. For this reason, vacations in The Grand Canyon State can (and should) be an excuse to try something new and exciting. And staying in an Arizona vacation home will only complement that adventure.
In Arizona, the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World exists among lush desert landscapes, crystal-clear waters and breathtaking mountain peaks. You can spend several days exploring this magnificent place of beauty. Take a guided jeep or helicopter tour, raft down the Colorado River, hike the Bright Angel Trail or take a popular mule train ride to Plateau Point, which at an elevation of 1,000 feet above the Colorado River provides a superb outlook over the Inner Gorge.
Another area to explore during your stay at an Arizona vacation home rental is Kartchner Caverns State Park. Go spelunking through 13,000 feet of underground passages.
Give scuba diving a shot in beautiful Lake Havasu. Its deep blue water, coves, and inlets make the lake gorgeous year-round, as well as a good fishing spot for bluegill bass and crappie. Home to the world-famous London Bridge, Lake Havasu is both a water lover's paradise and a desert lover's dream. And, with more than 300 days of sunshine per year, Lake Havasu is ideal for golf, tennis and desert tours. On the eastern side of Arizona lies Rainbow Lake, situated high among the White Mountains, which is surrounded by the world's largest stand of Ponderosa Pine and offers a variety of seasonal events.
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Ever hear of the Grand Canyon? That is only one of diverse natural beauties that you can explore during your trip to Arizona. Outdoor adventures mixed with a vibrant culture will make you consider a permanent residency instead of a short vacation. Find Arizona Moving Companies for assistance in moving to the Grand Canyon State.