2012 Arizona Tourism Guide & Map Now Available

Chock full of valuable Arizona tourist information from traveling tips to statewide accommodations, the Arizona Office of Tourism has recently released its 2012 Arizona Official State Visitor’s Guide (OSVG), along with the accompanying Official State Visitor’s Map.

Within the 100-page OSVG you’ll find informative articles written by Arizona-based writers on the variety of tourist destinations located throughout the Grand Canyon State, including scenic road trips, family-fun adventures, local cuisine, outdoor experiences, Arizona’s American Indian heritage and Wild West history. In addition to the articles, the guide features images of Arizona’s signature scenery – the majestic beauty of the Grand Canyon National Park, the inspiring views of the Sonoran Desert, and the breathtaking scenes of the state’s mountain vistas and lakes.

You’ll also find information on Arizona history, arts and culture, resorts, spas, golf courses, fine dining options and a wide selection of shopping opportunities. To expand Arizona travel information beyond the OSVG, AOT has incorporated the use of QR codes for mobile-savvy visitors to find even more information about statewide destinations.

“Visitors searching for the latest in Arizona travel information will have to look no further than the 2012 Arizona Official State Visitor’s Guide,” said Sherry Henry, director of the Arizona Office of Tourism. “Tourism is one of Arizona’s major economic drivers and this guide is an important visitor tool in our overall marketing efforts. Visitors will be able to discover everything that Arizona offers as a destination, which helps to increase the tourism activity that we all benefit from.”

Go to www.arizonaguide.com to request your copy.