When is the best time to fly to Phoenix?
There’s no bad time to holiday in Phoenix and when you choose to visit depends on your personal preference.
The city's high-travel season is November through April and flights to Phoenix book up quickly. During this time the average low temperature is around 4 to 15 degrees Celsius and the average high temperature hovers around 18 to 29 degrees. Finding a good travel deal can be hard to come by during these months as hotel rates and flights to Phoenix are always higher. Make sure you book well in advance as accommodation fills up fast.
The popular Arizona State Fair takes place in mid-October to early November and should not be missed if you’re in the area. There is plenty to entertain the whole family, from fair rides to a variety of attractions, concerts and much more.
True bargain hunters can get deals on cheap flights to Phoenix during the summer months, however, the searing heat, with high temperatures regularly hitting 37 degrees Celsius, causes the city to come to a cultural standstill. The dry heat and lack of humidity can make the climate somewhat more bearable. Saving money on a Phoenix flight and accommodation means more money available to test out the city’s water parks, which you’ll definitely need to cool down!
Phoenix, the largest city in the southwest of Arizona, is surrounded by the vast Sonoran Desert. The landscape and the climate invite you to outdoor activities and excursions that range from rugged adventure to lofting in hot-air balloons to bus tours.
The name of the city, Phoenix, acknowledges its rise from the ashes of the long-vanished Hohokam peoples, who had developed an elaborate and complex irrigation network. The ancient Indian village is now a major metropolitan area and, when combined with neighbouring towns, the nation’s third-largest silicon valley.
Whilst booking flights to Phoenix and organising the trip, adventurous travellers should also add a few side trips to their itinerary. One trip that can’t be missed is a few days exploring the Apache Trail. Just an hour’s drive east of Phoenix this winding gravel road is dotted with some interesting attractions including the Lost Dutchman State Park, the Goldfield Mining Town (a ghost town) and Canyon Lake which is perfect for camping and picnicking.