The deserts of Arizona, California and Nevada are the perfect place to spend an afternoon watching the sun rise over the Pacific.
Here’s a rundown of the latest information on the Arizona desert, including a map of the state.
Arizona Desert Guide (1) Arizona is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.
Here are some tips for getting the most out of your time in the desert.
Guide to the Desert: A Guide to the Diamond Desert (2) If you’re going to the desert for the first time, there are certain things you should know before you leave: If the desert is your first stop, take a hike.
You’ll learn about how desert ecosystems work, what to expect in a desert environment and how to prepare for your journey.
If it’s your first time in Arizona, you’ll find a host of amazing destinations, including an array of spectacular mountain peaks and desert rivers.
The desert is full of natural wonders, and there’s no better place to explore them than at sunset.
Take a look at this guide to some amazing sunset locations.
Climb into the desert, but be prepared for a little heat.
It can get hot.
Stay cool on a hot day.
This article explains the difference between summer and winter heat.
Take a look below at a few desert locations for a tour of the deserts and desert-related events.
Read more about the desert at our desert section.
Top 5 Things to Do in the Desert (3) The state’s most famous place to enjoy the sunset is Paradise Valley, home to the largest desert oasis in the U.S. with some of Arizona’s most beautiful mountain ranges and spectacular natural wonders.
A trip to Paradise Valley in Arizona is a great way to spend a day of relaxation.
It’s perfect for families, couples and people looking to unwind.
Visit Paradise Valley to enjoy sunsets, sunset tours and waterfalls.
Here are some of our favorite sunset places in the Arizona area.
Best Time to Visit the Desert in Arizona (4) There are plenty of reasons to spend your first sunset in Arizona.
First things first, this is the best time to visit the desert in Arizona in June, July and August.
Sunset is also a popular time for photographers.
There are plenty more amazing spots to see the sunsets and sunrise of Arizona than you can imagine.
See our list of best sunset locations in Arizona for more.
Recommended Activities in the Dunes (5) This guide to Arizona’s desert and desert destinations has everything you need to know about hiking and biking.
Wear your best shoes and enjoy the desert’s stunning landscapes.
Hike in the Mojave Desert.
You can walk in the beautiful Mojave desert, which is about 1,500 miles long, or climb up Mount Rainier.
You should always wear a helmet.
Pick a favorite spot and go for a short walk through the desert that’s close to the hotel where you stayed in the days before you were taken to the hospital.
Enjoy the best sunset in the state at sunset in Phoenix.
Learn more about how to experience the sunset at this website.
Book a Sunrise or Sunset Tour (6) Arizona has one of the best Sunrise or Sunrise Tours available anywhere.
It includes both a guided tour and a non-guided tour.
You’re guaranteed to find a spot that’s perfect.
Get a Sunrise Tour with a Guide (7) Learn all about the best ways to see sunset in this guidebook.
Summertime Activities in Arizona: Sunset (8) For the summertime, the sun sets in the evening, giving you a spectacular, beautiful view of the mountains, desert and sunset.
It’s a great time to spend time outdoors with family, friends and neighbors.