All great Southwestern Philosophy is rooted in the ancient Arizodiac – it's your guide to adventure across the Grand Canyon State. So, find your Arizodiac sign below, discover destinations and activities unique to you, and plan a journey all your own. The stars are aligned, after all.
The Apache trout
The Apache Trout uses their time off to turn back the clock. They can be found lounging by the pool at The Phoenician or soaking in a relaxing hydrotherapy bath at Mii amo.
"Spread a little sunshine... and a little bit of that SPF 35 if you have any left."
Are you an Apache Trout?Master your inner vacation
The Javelina likes to bring the family along. They can be found paddling down the Colorado River with Yuma River Tours or having an out-of-this-world time at the Challenger Space Center.
"Life can get pretty hectic sometimes, but nothing is more fun than loading up the car and running wild with the herd."
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The Hummingbird is stylish and constantly on the move. They can be found trying on the latest styles at Scottsdale Fashion Square or shopping for exotic gifts at the Heard Museum.
"The early bird gets the worm… or the best selection at the doorbuster sale."
Are you a Hummingbird?Master your inner vacation
The desert tortoise
The Desert Tortoise knows a thing or two about history. They can be found taking a stroll across London Bridge or venturing through Canyon de Chelly National Monument.
"Learning about the past helps make the future a little brighter. Time is precious. Life offers no greater gift than the present."
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The Gecko can blend into any culture. They can be found jangling spurs in Tombstone or attending a pilgrimage at San Xavier del Bac.
"It's amazing all the people you can meet when you crawl out from under your rock."
Are you a Gecko?Master your inner vacation
The mountain lion
The Mountain Lion is hungry for sports action. They can be found catching home runs during a Spring Training baseball game, or cheering a slam-dunk at the "Purple Palace."
"I painted my face, my hands are sore from clapping and I nearly lost my voice from cheering for three hours... this is not a game."
Are you a Mountain Lion?Master your inner vacation
The Firefly comes out at night. They can be found sipping a Mesquite Sour at the Last Drop Bar or dancing 'til dawn at The Mint.
"If you think it's hot now, just wait until the sun goes down."
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The Bighorn Sheep
The Bighorn Sheep finds beauty in natural treasures. They can be found exploring in Tonto National Monument or traversing the Old Spanish National Historic Trail.
"Nature is beautiful. No 'ifs,' 'ands' or 'headbutts' about it."
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The Owl has an eye for wildlife. They can be found with feathered friends at the Southeastern Bird Observatory or going for a camel ride at the Phoenix Zoo.
"Animals. Some are big, some are small, some are creepy, some are crawly, some are scaly, some are furry... but they're all amazing."
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The Coatimundi has a hearty appetite. They can be found with sweet treats at The Sedona Fudge Company, sampling cuisine at El Charro Cafe or in the tasting room at Alcantara Vineyards.
"Sometimes it's tough to know what's better... a warm desert or a warm dessert."
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The prairie dog
The Prairie Dog enjoys hitting the links. They can be found taking swings at Vistoso or on the green at Grayhawk.
"Sure, you hear folks talk about the deer and the antelope, but make no mistake... I'm definitely at home on the range."
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The Jackrabbit is ready to get out and go. They can be found mountain biking on Alta Trail or backpacking in Mooney Falls.
"Really, life's just a walk in the park... unless you're working on your sprints, of course."
Are you a Jackrabbit?Master your inner vacation