Arizona Travel Guide

When to visit Arizona

With temperatures reaching over one hundred degrees in certain areas during the summer, Arizona can be a very hot destination. For those who love the heat, summer is an economical time to visit because hotels offer reduced prices. The spring and fall are comparatively temperate. In the south, winter can be warm during the day, but night temperatures can be surprisingly low. The north offers plenty of snowfall and skiing. read more

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