“The Grand Canyon State” is home to a natural wonder that draws more than 4 million visitors each year. But, Arizona is much more than otherworldly geographical phenomena. Experience for yourself Arizona’s renowned weather and clean air by heading to Yuma, the sunniest place on earth, or to Tucson, one of the least polluted cities in America. Every spring, Arizona’s climate draws professional sports team to cities like Goodyear and Glendale. The cracks of bats echo across the northern gorges, plateaus and Painted Desert, down the mighty Colorado River to where the Sonoran Desert coexists with snow laden mountain ranges. Arizona’s cultural history is as wild and distinct as its topography.
Native Americans have called these lands home for over 12,000 years, and they continue to shape its socio-economic and cultural history. From Kingman, it is a short ride to the Hualapai Tribe’s awe-inspiring Grand Canyon Skywalk and from Globe you immerse yourself in the history of a people at the San Carlos Apache Cultural Center. To see Arizona from another perspective, attend the “World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo” in Payson, enjoy world-class Mexican food at Popo’s Fiesta Del Sol in Phoenix, or simulate a mission to Mars at the Challenger Space Center in Peoria. Spiritually uplifting, visually moving, culturally diverse and forward thinking, Arizona is a great place to live and to work!