Arizona is home of one-third the Native American population. Native Americans have been in Arizona for hundreds and even centuries, long before Spanish explorers arrived. As the state gained more air-conditioning, settlers started to settle in the desert areas. The desert state of Arizona is home today to a rich and diverse culture, sophisticated shopping districts, galleries, and other attractions.
Arizona has no restrictions on travel, however travelers from other states must be tested 72 hours prior to arrival for the virus. They are also required to limit their activities until their second negative test results, which can be taken between three and five days after arrival. There are many public testing facilities in Arizona. Some are free. The Department of Health recommends that travelers to Arizona take the COVID-19 test in order to stop the spread of the disease. You can also find information on Arizona Tourism’s travel restrictions.
Arizona offers something for all interests, including history, nature and art. Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort is the place for you if sports are your passion. The Phoenix Art Museum features international exhibitions and live performances. Independent art films are also available. There are also educational programs. The area also features a landscaped Sculpture Garden, restaurants, and shopping.