ARIZONA INDIAN COUNTRY
Best Time to Visit Arizona Indian County
The Arizona Indian Country - in the Northeastern part of the state - is home to the Navajo and Hopi Indians. This mostly deserted region holds some fascinating pre-columbian sites.
Best time to travel to Arizona Indian Country
When not to go to Arizona Indian Country
What to visit in Arizona Indian Country
Hotels and flights to Arizona Indian Country
Best time to visit Arizona
WHAT TO VISIT IN THE ARIZONA NAVAJO AND HOPI COUNTRY
The Monument Valley - close to the Arizona-Utah state border - allows the most magnificent sceneries of the American west. Many American movies about the West were shot here.
The Canyon de Chelly National Monument is another major reference in the Arizona Indian Country.
For those interested in the pre-columbian civilization, the Mesas region - home of the Hopi people - may also be an interesting place: the Third Mesa is one of the oldest continually inhabited places in North America.
BEST TIME TO VISIT THE ARIZONA INDIAN COUNTRY
The best time to explore this part of Arizona is between March and May, or during mid and late Fall. During these periods temperatures are usually mild and the rain scarce.
In the April to May period you may catch the cacti and other desert plants in bloom.
WHEN NOT TO GO TO THE ARIZONA NAVAJO AND HOPI COUNTRY
Summer can be a very hot season in these mostly desert regions.
HOTELS AND FLIGHTS TO THE ARIZONA INDIAN COUNTRY
Accommodation is very scarce in this largely desert region. Flagstaff is a good base for some visits.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the main international airport near the Indian Country.