Northern Arizona Tourism

Northern Arizona Tourism
Northern Arizona is full of natural attractions that make it a major area for tourism. Tourists flock to the area for its unique landscape and unmatched beauty, not to mention experiences that are wholly unique to the region.
 

Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon is one of the world's great wonders for a good reason, with its breathtaking views and humbling enormity. It is contained mostly in the Grand Canyon National Park, which is Northern Arizona's biggest tourist attraction.

 
 

Honanki Heritage Site

The Honanki Heritage Site, located in Sedona, is an attraction that may appeal to tourists who are interested in ancient cultures. The site is one of the best examples of Sinagua architecture in the West.

Route 66 Museum

Route 66 is one of the most famous highways in the United States, and the Route 66 Museum in Kingman honors this special stretch of road, focusing mainly on the history of the original routes and trails the became the now infamous US 66.

Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater rafting tourism is big in Arizona, and the northern part of the state offers some of the best on the Colorado River with a unique view of the Grand Canyon.

Tourism Library

The Arizona Hospitality Research & Resource Center (AHRRC) Tourism Library, which houses data, stats and reports concerning the state's tourism figures and is open to the public, is located at Northern Arizona University.

 

Article Written By Bob Dobbs

Bob Dobbs has been working as a freelance writer since 2005. His work has appeared in numerous online and print publications including Think+Up and Travels.com. Dobbs earned his Bachelor of Arts in English in 2006.