Arizona Basic Background:
Arizona is part of the extreme western United States; the climate is hot and dry with low temperatures reaching the teens at night and topping out at over 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the day. The desert of Arizona is home to a large variety of wildlife including wild horses, lizards, and many more. The desert is also home to what remains of the Native American tribes that once called the desert their home. Desert paintings, pueblos high in the hills, and much more await visitors to the deserts of Arizona.
What to See in Arizona:
The Mohave Museum, Grand Canyon National Park, and the Painted Desert are just some of the wonders that reside in this state. Visitors to the Mohave Museum will learn about the culture and geography of the Mohave area and the Mohave Indian tribe that inhabited it. Visitors will get a look into the past of one of the most influential tribes in Northern Arizona and how they have evolved over the decades. Visitors to the Grand Canyon National Park will be awestruck by the splendor of the canyon that was carved by years of erosion via the Colorado River. The park features not only scenic views but also information about the Canyon, the history of the Canyon, the history of the Park, and much more. Visitors to the painted desert will be astounded by color, texture, and beauty as they view the various rock formations that make this desert truly beautiful. Visitors could easily spend hours staring at the marvels that nature has brought.
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