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SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona

SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$16.99

Phoenix is hot, so cool off at SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona, where you’ll dive in and be wowed by the many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep. You’ll journey through an amazing underwater world and get astonishing close-ups of everything from the humble starfish to tropical sharks, all in displays that carefully recreate their natural habitats.

SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona transports you into the amazing ocean world, providing close encounters with a vast array of creatures from starfish and seahorses to stingrays and sharks ... More info ›

Phoenix is hot, so cool off at SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona, where you’ll dive in and be wowed by the many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep. You’ll journey through an amazing underwater world and get astonishing close-ups of everything from the humble starfish to tropical sharks, all in displays that carefully recreate their natural habitats.

SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona transports you into the amazing ocean world, providing close encounters with a vast array of creatures from starfish and seahorses to stingrays and sharks.

Make your way through the exhibits from the Arizona park lakes to river canyons and caves. Arrive at the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean, and come face-to-face with the amazing inhabitants of the sea.

Become a rock pool explorer as you discover the wildlife of the rocky coastline and the shallow seas, then venture to the dark ocean depths. At every step, there are amazing creatures to discover.

SEA LIFE Aquarium Arizona hosts educational talks and demonstrations throughout the day. These include shark and ray feedings and talks on sharks, seahorses, rays and rock pools.

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Grand Canyon South Rim Tour by Airplane

Grand Canyon South Rim Tour by Airplane  - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 3- or 7-hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$398.99

Experience the sweeping panorama of Arizona from the air on this scenic tour over some of the Southwest's most awe-inspiring terrain. Fly at ideal altitudes to allow excellent views of the rugged isolation of the Tonto National Forest, the Red Rocks of Sedona, the mystery of Montezuma's Well and the Majestic San Francisco Peaks ... More info ›

Experience the sweeping panorama of Arizona from the air on this scenic tour over some of the Southwest's most awe-inspiring terrain. Fly at ideal altitudes to allow excellent views of the rugged isolation of the Tonto National Forest, the Red Rocks of Sedona, the mystery of Montezuma's Well and the Majestic San Francisco Peaks. Choose from either a 2.5-hour air only tour or for the air and ground option which includes time in the National Park and lunch.

A visit to Phoenix would not be complete without a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park! As you fly over the South Rim, prepare to be amazed with birds-eye views of the canyon on the 60-minute flight. Enjoy "up-close" views of some of the most famous landmarks and a unique perspective of the grandeur of one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of the World".

Choose to upgrade your experience to include a guided tour of the Grand Canyon National Park. Lunch will be provided during the ground time. Stop at one of the impressive South Rim overlooks and the Grand Canyon Historic Village where you'll be able to take pictures, enjoy the peaceful views or take a long walk along the rim of the Canyon. You may also see native wildlife. Afterwards, head back to the Grand Canyon Airport to continue your aerial journey, returning to Deer Valley airport in Phoenix via Sycamore Canyon Wilderness and the old mining town of Jerome.

Aircraft Information:

  • Aircraft used are Cessna Caravans and T207's. These high winged airplanes are perfect for flightseeing and picture taking.
  • Every passenger has a window seat for unobstructed views of the spectacular sights below.
Please note:
  • The listed price does not include a USD20 per person fuel surcharge, payable at the time of tour check-in. The fuel surcharge is required by our local supplier and is not within our control.
  • A private tour surcharge may apply, please see Additional Info for full details.
  • Hotel pickup is available for this tour for an additional fee. Fees are determined based on the location of your hotel (USD35 to USD50). This service can be scheduled with the supplier directly, contact details will be provided on your pre-paid voucher which will be received after booking.

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U-Drive Desert Car Tour in the Sonoran Desert

U-Drive Desert Car Tour in the Sonoran Desert - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 2 - 3 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$147.49

You and your tour guide will drive through some of the finest off road trails, washes, woops and hillsides. This is an exciting off-road/racing styled adventure in the Arizona Sonoran Desert you won't want to miss!

Centrally located near Scottsdale, this is the best fun you can have in the dirt as you follow the desert trails through sandy washes and rocky creek beds, eventually cresting a series of ridge lines ... More info ›

You and your tour guide will drive through some of the finest off road trails, washes, woops and hillsides. This is an exciting off-road/racing styled adventure in the Arizona Sonoran Desert you won't want to miss!

Centrally located near Scottsdale, this is the best fun you can have in the dirt as you follow the desert trails through sandy washes and rocky creek beds, eventually cresting a series of ridge lines. The result is an awesome view of the surrounding Sonoran Desert.

You are in the driver's seat, but your experienced guide will be with you all the way offering advice and instruction for a fun and safe couple of hours in the desert.

The "C2" Desert car is a 2 seat vehicle fitted with a roll cage and seat belts.

Important Note: Each booking must have 2 people

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Monument Valley Air and Ground Tour

Monument Valley Air and Ground Tour - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$698.99

This tour encompasses most of Arizona during your scenic flight over the Tonto National Forest; up the Verde Valley; over the beautiful Sedona area; past the San Francisco Peaks; overflight of the Grand Canyon then continue over Marble Canyon, past the beautiful Vermillion Cliffs and historic Lees Ferry before a brief stop in Page.

Leaving Page your flight will encompass the Glen Canyon Dam, Wahweap Marina and the beautiful contrasts of the striking blue/green waters of Lake Powell and the surrounding desert landscapes. Just before reaching Navajo Mountain, depart the lake to fly over the immense span of Rainbow Bridge, the world's largest natural stone bridge.

After a short trip over the rugged canyon lands of the Utah/Arizona border you will reach the familiar spires, buttes and mesas of Monument Valley ... More info ›

This tour encompasses most of Arizona during your scenic flight over the Tonto National Forest; up the Verde Valley; over the beautiful Sedona area; past the San Francisco Peaks; overflight of the Grand Canyon then continue over Marble Canyon, past the beautiful Vermillion Cliffs and historic Lees Ferry before a brief stop in Page.

Leaving Page your flight will encompass the Glen Canyon Dam, Wahweap Marina and the beautiful contrasts of the striking blue/green waters of Lake Powell and the surrounding desert landscapes. Just before reaching Navajo Mountain, depart the lake to fly over the immense span of Rainbow Bridge, the world's largest natural stone bridge.

After a short trip over the rugged canyon lands of the Utah/Arizona border you will reach the familiar spires, buttes and mesas of Monument Valley. Here you board a four-wheel drive vehicle for a two-hour voyage through the most dramatic rock formations of the Colorado Plateau. The rich history and impressive monuments will captivate you. You may even recognize scenes right out of your favorite western movies. After your tour savor a delicious Navajo Taco lunch at Goulding's Lodge before your return flight to Phoenix.

Aircraft Information:

  • Aircraft used are Cessna Caravans and T207's. These high winged airplanes are perfect for flightseeing and picture taking.
  • Every passenger has a window seat for unobstructed views of the spectacular sights below.
Please note:
  • The listed price does not include a USD20 per person fuel surcharge, payable at the time of tour check-in. The fuel surcharge is required by our local supplier and is not within our control.
  • A private tour surcharge may apply, please see Additional Info for full details.
  • Hotel pickup is available for this tour for an additional fee. Fees are determined based on the location of your hotel (USD35 to USD50). This service can be scheduled with the supplier directly, contact details will be provided on your pre-paid voucher which will be received after booking.

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Day Tour to Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins from Phoenix

 Day Tour to Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins from Phoenix  - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$129.99

Discover the stunning array of red sandstone formations at the Red Rocks of Sedona. In addition to experiencing the breathtaking backdrop of the Red Rocks you will also explore ancient Native American ruins on this day tour from Phoenix ... More info ›

Discover the stunning array of red sandstone formations at the Red Rocks of Sedona. In addition to experiencing the breathtaking backdrop of the Red Rocks you will also explore ancient Native American ruins on this day tour from Phoenix. You’ll have a total of 3.5 hours in Sedona to explore on foot, visit world-class art galleries and shops, or get a psychic reading. Your guide will also take you to photo spots to view and explore the wonders of this sculpted red rock playground.

To be true to the area's rich history, the Sedona single day tour gives you a chance to explore ancient Native American civilization.You'll visit either the ruins at Tuzigoot National Monument or Montezuma Castle National Monument. At Tuzigoot National Monument, you’ll see the remnants of one of the largest pueblos built by the Sinagua between 1100 and 1450 AD - it consisted of two stories and 110 rooms. Montezuma Castle National Monument is the most easily accessible, best preserved and arguably the most spectacular cliff ruins in North America. You'll see an impressive 20-room, 5-story structure built into the recess of a white limestone cliff about 70 feet (21 meters) above the ground.

Before heading back to Phoenix you will also visit The Chapel of the Holy Cross, an iconic Catholic chapel built into the mesas of Sedona, Arizona and Bell Rock, one of Sedona's most popular red rock formations.

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Apache Trail Day Tour from Phoenix

Apache Trail Day Tour from Phoenix - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$134.99

Spend the day following the historic Apache Trail on a guided true wilderness adventure. It's a perfect day out in the Sonoran Desert.

Goldfield, aptly named after the precious metal that was found in the area, was incorporated in 1892 ... More info ›

Spend the day following the historic Apache Trail on a guided true wilderness adventure. It's a perfect day out in the Sonoran Desert.

Goldfield, aptly named after the precious metal that was found in the area, was incorporated in 1892. For 5 long years this town was a gold miner’s Mecca, however, soon after the vein stopped producing, Goldfield quickly turned into a gold mining ghost town. During the tour you will have a chance to spend time in this restored ghost town with opportunities to practice your gold panning techniques, marvel at the original mining gear, or even spending some time at Lu Lu’s Bordello if you dare.

During your tour along the Apache Trail, you will be treated to a steamboat ride on Canyon Lake by the famous Dolly Steamboat. As part of the 6-mile narrated nature cruise, keep your eye out for Big Horn Sheep, Bald Eagles and a host of other desert animals as well as unforgettable views of 1300-foot volcanic cliff walls of Canyon Lake.

Following your steamboat ride, visit Tortilla Flat and just beyond that Fish Creek Hill in the Superstition Wilderness. Tortilla Flat has become a fixture of the Apache Trail since its inception in 1904. Nothing could destroy this stage stop which holds onto its rich tradition through its architecture and unique decorating sense. At Fish Creek Hill overlook, enjoy views of the Sonoran Desert and Superstition Wilderness from your amazing vantage point. The Superstition Mountains are truly a breathtaking sight to behold. This rugged landscape in the Sonoran Desert has been the jewel that some men were looking for with the most famous involving the Lost Dutchman Mine. Rumored to have found the largest gold vein in the west, German immigrant Jacob Waltz trusted his newly found gold deposit to no one and the secret of its location was buried with him. If you have the “golden eye” maybe you can spot it while on tour!

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