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Cheap flights to Arkansas

Arkansas is one of the 50 U.S. states, situated in the Southern region. It is known as "the Natural State" or "Diamond State" due to its diverse geography, which is made up of mountainous regions, densely forested land, and eastern lowlands in its 137,733 square-kilometre territory. The capital of Arkansas is Little Rock, and the largest city is Jonesboro.

What to see & do

Hot Springs National Park - Also nicknamed as "The American Spa", everyone who goes to the Hot Springs National Park does so to experience bathing in relaxing hot water flowing from the western slope of Hot Springs mountain. It is said that the hot spring water is perfect for therapeutic baths to treat rheumatism and many other ailments.

Mammoth Spring State Park - In the Mammoth Spring State Park is the largest spring in Arkansas and the second largest spring in the Ozark Mountains. Besides the beautiful views, people visit to try out fun activities such as fishing, hiking, and boating.

Arkansas Repertory Theatre - Known as "The Rep", Arkansas Repertory Theatre is a non-profit professional theatre company. It is a large historical building that contains more than 300 seats and has produced more than 280 productions since it was founded in the year 1976. It presents passionate plays and emotional musicals for the visitors.

Wild River Country - It is the largest water park in the state of Arkansas. The Wild River Country features a set of attractions like water slides, wave pool, and kiddie play area with small slides, water blasters, and water falls. The water park also has different specialty rides such as the Sidewinder (a 200-foot serpentine ride), the Accelerator (a vertical high-speed slide), and the Cyclone (a four-person raft ride).

Hot Springs Mountain Tower - The Hot Springs Mountain Tower is a monster tower that could get you up to 1,200 feet above sea level. The view overlooks over 140 miles of Arkansas; that's more than a hundred thousand feet of different buildings and various greeneries.

How to get around

The quickest and easiest way to get around Arkansas, as with most of U.S.A., is to rent a car. The legal driving age in the state is 14 years old on a learner's permit, 15 years old on a restricted licence, and 15 years old on an unrestricted licence. Little Rock has a River Rail Trolley system that can take travellers to most of the major downtown attractions, and a city bus that covers the whole city. However, bus service is infrequent and stops early in the evening. Taxis are available but not as common. There are bike rental places in Little Rock.

How to get there

The main air passenger gateway into Arkansas is the Clinton National Airport, officially named Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field. It receives flights from Orlando, Dallas, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Charlotte, and Houston. Airlines that offer regular service to Clinton National Airport are Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Southwest Airlines, United Express, and US Airways Express.

Flights to Arkansas

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