Get inspired with 2 new Arizona Road Trip itineraries - TravelMole

Get inspired with 2 new Arizona Road Trip itineraries

Thursday, Feb 15, 2024 0


Travel is about more than sticking a pin on a map. It’s about making connections — to places, people, and a purpose. In Arizona, you won’t merely experience jaw-dropping beauty and seat-of-your-pants adventure. You’ll connect with what matters most, all while losing yourself… in the best possible way. Out here, being present has never felt so good.


Tusayan (pronounced Too-Say-Ann) is located one mile from the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim Entrance. Surround yourself with serenity within the largest contiguous Ponderosa Pine Forest in North America. Hike or bike the Greenway Trail from Town to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Observe wildlife in their natural habitats. Take a horseback ride or tour with local experts. End the day with dark sky stargazing and enjoy a variety of peaceful hotel amenities. Tusayan has all the comforts of home with an abundance of restaurants and a theater showing first-run movies and a film about the Canyon. Shop in Town to learn more about the local history and indigenous culture. Wake up for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the sunrise over one of the seven natural wonders of the world.


Flagstaff, Arizona provides an ideal home base for visitors to explore some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Visitors also experience Route 66 in a charming historic downtown with trains, shopping, art galleries, events, music, restaurants, and nightlife that echo a rugged pioneer past blended with modern-day innovation. Flagstaff’s restaurant scene includes James Beard nominee chefs crafting artisanal plates and is also designated as Arizona’s leading craft beer city with award-winning breweries. Rich with excitement and alive with cultural diversity, beauty, and history, visitors from all over the world are attracted to Flagstaff’s clean mountain air, year-round outdoor recreation, lively festivals, and authentic historic charm.



Nestled in the heart of northern Arizona, the town of Williams is a true hidden gem. Situated close to the Grand Canyon and surrounded by stunning mountain scenery, Williams offers visitors a wide variety of attractions and historic landmarks to enjoy, including the Grand Canyon Railway, the Bearizona Wildlife Park, and the Route 66 Museum. The Grand Canyon Railway offers a unique way to experience the beauty of the Grand Canyon. Visitors can take a train ride from Williams to the South Rim of the canyon, and then return to Williams in the evening. The Bearizona Wildlife Park is a great place to see a variety of animals, including bears, wolves, and bison. The Route 66 Museum is also worth a visit. The museum tells the story of “The Mother Road” and how it shaped American culture.


Discover Sedona. Rediscover yourself. Feel yourself relaxed and energized at the same time. Hike the rocks, relax by the pool, take a tour, shop a little, and wind it down with local eats. So much to love, and that’s just Day One. Looking for lodging? Keep it cozy or make it majestic. Hungry? Savor tasty treats cooked up by local chefs. Try a Jeep tour, a mountain bike ride, or an epic hike. Spend a day at the spa. Visit a vortex. Or do nothing at all except be with yourself. Sedona is ready.


Sitting at a mile-high elevation in the forest/high-desert terrain of north-central Arizona, Prescott has long been known as a place that offers the best of all worlds: a four-season climate, but relatively mild temperatures year-around; home to one of Arizona’s most storied historic streets, but with a full range of modern amenities and shopping. Settle in for the night after exploring Whiskey Row and get ready to experience True West Real Adventure with a full itinerary of fun.


Page, Arizona is best known as being home to some of the most photogenic spots in the world. From the magnificent red rock formations of Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend to the waters of Lake Powell and the Colorado River, Page is a destination that truly has it all. Discover a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, boating, fishing, and off-roading, as well as vibrant events and festivals.


Mesa, Arizona is where adventure meets relaxation in the heart of the Southwest! Nestled just east of Phoenix, Mesa beckons travelers with its unique blend of urban excitement and natural beauty. Experience Mesa’s cultural heritage, from Native American traditions to cowboy culture. Explore ancient ruins, attend lively festivals, or embark on a journey through the Wild West at nearby attractions like Goldfield Ghost Town and the Superstition Mountains.


The partnership of ATI and the Arizona Office of Tourism (AOT) curated experiences across the picturesque landscapes of this beautiful state. In collaboration with our esteemed partners, we’ve crafted two brand-new DriveAmerica itineraries to immerse you in the charm, history, and natural wonders of Arizona. The self-drive packages of “Arizona’s Red Rocks and Majesty” and “Arizona and Grand Canyon Wonders” are now bookable with live rates on!



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