Established in 1919, Grand Canyon National Park has a legacy as rich and impressive as the canyon itself. Its magnificent terrain has been sculpted by geological processes over millennia, peeling back layers of Earth’s history. The canyon area is rich with cultural value because it has been inhabited by Native
The ancient and extraordinary cliff home of Montezuma is preserved at Montezuma Castle National Monument in central Arizona, USA. It was not constructed by the Aztec monarch Montezuma but rather by the native Sinagua people about 700 years ago, despite the name’s implication otherwise. The Sinagua’s creativity as builders is
Located in north-eastern Arizona, Petrified Forest National Park is a testimony to ancient landscapes and a geological wonder. Petrified wood dating back over 200 million years to the Late Triassic period is preserved in this national park, which was first established as a national monument in 1906.
Saguaro National Park, located in southeastern Arizona, is a testament to the natural beauty and unique ecosystems of the Sonoran Desert. Established as a national monument in 1933 and later redesignated as a national park in 1994, it encompasses two separate districts: the Rincon Mountain District (East) and the Tucson