Arizona, a southwestern U.S State, is an amazing place that is filled with wonders! As we drove from Utah into Arizona, our mouths were wide opened. As we saw the huge sea, the unique rock formations, and the sea color, we fell in love we this place almost instantly! After stepping and registering for our campsite in Glen Canyon National Park, we were more excited than ever. The campsite, the view was all so fabulous. It had an amazing vibe and I just wanted to stay longer in Arizona. 🙂
During our stay in Arizona, we managed to cover some of the most beautiful and well-known places in the world! Check them out below:
Articles on Beautiful Arizona, USA.
Best Advice & Tips for your Trip Arizona:
1. Check your Weather:
2. Consider Completing your Entire Arizona package.
There are a few tours that you can consider doing while in Glen Canyon, Arizona. Click here for more details! We did not take up the tours and only visited 2 places when we were in Glen Canyon! We visited the Horseshoe Bend & the Antelope Canyon. We felt that these 2 places were sufficient for us. Do check the other tours available if you are looking to experience it all in Arizona!
Hotels: There are a lot of places for you to stay in Glen Canyon Arizona. Hotels can be booked through websites and they are located pretty near to Horseshoe Bend. I typically use Hotels.com and Hotelscombined.com to find my bookings. Hotels.com for collecting Free nights and redeem it while Hotelscombined.com to compare hotel prices!
I would suggest you have your booking and research done in advance! Hotels and Camping sites get fully booked from time to time (depending on the period you are visiting.)
Camping: A more budget and cost-effective way! Well, we camped for about 2 nights at Wahweap Campground in Glen Canyon National Recreational Park. You can find the other campsites available here!
The view was spectacular. We loved our campsite. It looked a little like Greece and it had that Vibe. We had a sea view and the campgrounds were really clean. We requested to stay near the toilet since I tend to urine a lot in the night! Hehe! We tried to extend our booking but we were too late. It was fully booked. Well, you can guess how popular it is for people to camp here!
It can get really hot in the afternoon and we didn’t have a good place to rest. We were forced to seek air-conditioned places like Macdonalds..etc as it was stupid to sit in the tents under 40-degree Celcius. That was one bad thing about camping in Glen Canyon National Park, Arizona.