See And Do
A Helicopter/Ground Combination Tour. Day Tour of Grand Canyon, Sedona, and the Navajo Nation, Enjoy the canyon with a 50 minute helicopter tour with Maverick Helicopters
On this guided day tour we'll help you relive the reality and legends of one of the West's most famous towns. Belly up to the bar in Big Nose Kate's Saloon, visit the museum at the Tombstone courthouse, or walk among the graves at Boot Hill.
This is a must-do trip for all Arizona visitors! Enjoy sunrise and sunset in both fantastic locations at a relaxed pace. It is often said that driving from Phoenix to Grand Canyon is the scenic equivalent of driving from Mexico to Canada because of the incredible environmental diversity of Arizona.
This tour will provide you the experience of a lifetime. Highlights include; Scenic Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona Red Rock Scenic Drive, Famous Route 66, Ponderosa Forests, Grand Canyon South Rim, Navajo Trading Post, and Views of the Painted Desert
To be true to the area's rich history, the Sedona single day tour gives you a chance to explore ancient Native American civilizations. The tour features one of two Sinaguan Indian ruins that existed along a busy trade route over a 1000 years ago. There are 2 options to explore: the ruins at either Tuzigoot National Monument or Montezuma Castle National Monument.
A wealth of activities and experiences await you in Arizona's White Mountains. Venture here to enjoy the quiet beauty of this region and the cool, crisp mountain air.
A drive on the Apache Trail is one of the most scenic drives near the Phoenix area. This well-travelled road affords you an incredible view of canyons, geologic formations, desert plants and trees, desert and lake views, and wildflowers in season.
Located high on top of Cleopatra Hill between Prescott and Flagstaff is the historic copper mining town of Jerome, Arizona. Once known as the wickedest town in the west.
When you think of Arizona normally the statuesque Saguaro Cactus usually comes to mind. It stands tall as an iconic symbol of Arizona. In their masses, they typically form the backdrop for those good old cowboy films.