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Published on January 2nd, 2015 | by Steve Hanley

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2015 Arizona Travel Guide Available Now

Arizona

Did you know you can visit Arizona’s renowned vineyards by kayak and horseback? Learn about the Grand Canyon and other geologic masterpieces from Sedona to the Petrified Forest and so much more in the new edition of the Arizona Official State Visitor’s Guide from the Arizona Office of Tourism.

The 2015 magazine-style guide features articles by Arizona-based writers about the countdown to Super Bowl XLIX, regional road trips that highlight the state’s diversity, and how American Indian artists put a unique spin on traditional crafts. It also features a list of restaurants that are so good you’ll want to take the recipes home with you.

Chock full of tourist information, traveling tips and where to stay in Arizona, the 116-page guide tells you about scenic road trips, family-fun adventures, local cuisine and other outdoor experiences. It also focuses on Arizona’s American Indian heritage and Wild West history.

“Our state’s diverse attractions and majestic beauty continue to inspire travelers from all over the world,” said Sherry Henry, director of the Arizona Office of Tourism. “Arizona welcomes all visitors to experience the Grand Canyon State.”

Order your Arizona travel guide and start planning your trip today.

Source: Fort Mill Times



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About the Author

Steve Hanley is a travel writer living in Rhode Island. I have traveled throughout the United States as well as Australia, Hong Kong, Europe and the Caribbean. I write about travel, automobiles and sustainability. Please follow me on Google + and Twitter.



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