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From vibrant cities to soundless mountain areas, hot deserts to icy mountain peaks, Arizona has it all. There are five areas and so many National parks, including the Grand Canyon, and it is also abounding with cities so there?s always plenty to do here.

The most popular destination has to be the Grand Canyon with its unique, amazing scenery. This world famous site cannot be missed. In length, the canyon is 277 miles long and the sheer drop to the canyon floor is more than a mile. The Grand Canyon National Park can be reached from both north and south rims, on the western edge being the spectacular Havasupai Falls.

The Western Coast is home to many exciting water sports facilities. Follow the path of the Colorado River which runs from the Hoover Dam to Mexico. The West coast offers museums, natural wonders and wildlife. Visit Lake Havasan, home of the famous London Bridge (yes, the genuine one, brought from London, England). Here you can hire a houseboat and spend time messing about on the water. Oatman is an old mining town, located on Route 66; it is quaint and the people are friendly, so it is worth a visit. You can also find Indian reservations in this area.

Tucson and the south have plenty to offer as far as natural wonders, history, scenery and diversity are concerned. Tombstone, home of the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral was said to be the town that wouldn?t die, and it is still thriving today. The town has rapidly become a tourist town and retains its Wild West image; it even hosts ?mock ?gunfights for the tourists. In contrast Tucson is a modern, bustling place with university, art and culture aplenty.

Phoenix and central Arizona are multinational, cultural and vibrant. Phoenix is big in sporting events. With a population of more than four million it has a skyline of skyscrapers with a backdrop of the Camelback Mountain. In stark contrast to this, Wickenburg, located around 60 miles northwest of Phoenix, is known for its ranches where tourists can ride, camp and work alongside ranchers.

Arizona has so much to offer that it is impossible to mention everything. One of the ways to see as much as possible on your visit is to consider car hire in Arizona. Keeping abreast with road conditions is easy; just dial 511 and you have all the information there. There are many companies around to choose from, such as Avis Hertz and Budget , but if you contact www.anycarhire.com, they will compare the prices of all the companies available. This enables you to see all the prices at a glance and select the one that is most cost effective for your needs.