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Desert Belle Sightseeing Cruise on Saguaro Lake

Desert Belle Sightseeing Cruise on Saguaro Lake - Mesa, Arizona
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Mesa, Arizona

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$21.99

Take in the stunning views of Saguaro Lake on a 90-minute cruise. Set sail on the Desert Belle, a historic ship that’s been restored ... More info ›

Take in the stunning views of Saguaro Lake on a 90-minute cruise. Set sail on the Desert Belle, a historic ship that’s been restored. You’ll see the iconic, warm-hued mountains of the Tonto National Forest and maybe even spot some local wildlife, from the comfort of the deck or the air-conditioned cabin. It’s a perfect nature day trip from Mesa, Arizona.

Prepare to see some of Arizona’s most iconic plants and wildlife from the comfort of the Desert Belle, a restored 1964 cruise ship. Board the vessel at the Saguaro Lake Marina and stake out a prime viewing spot inside the air-conditioned cabin or beneath the upper deck’s shaded canopy for this 90-minute ride. Be sure you have your camera ready when the ship pulls away from the harbor, and snap away at the first awe-inspiring view of the rust-colored mountains.

Beautiful Saguaro Lake is nestled in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest, 20 miles (32 km) outside of Mesa. Named after the saguaro cacti that surround the lake, it has 22 miles (35 km) of picturesque shoreline, expansive views and indigenous flora and fauna. Enjoy the sights of Arizona’s dramatic desert and soaring canyons formed by millions of years of geological forces. Spot cacti, mesquite and prickly pear plants sprinkled throughout the landscape. Looks for coyotes, bobcats and bighorn sheep lurking in the hills.

Listen as the captain narrates what you see and points out things that are at first apparent only to the trained eye.On select nights, you can sit back and enjoy live music played on board by local Arizonan bands. Purchase beverages such as beer, wine and soft drinks from the concession stand on board the Desert Belle and then sit back and enjoy the ride. An optional upgrade is available for priority seating, which includes one drink and popcorn.

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Desert Belle Live Music Sunset Cruise on Saguaro Lake

Desert Belle Live Music Sunset Cruise on Saguaro Lake - Mesa, Arizona

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Mesa, Arizona

From USD
$21.99

Enjoy the beautiful views of Saguaro Lake on a 90-minute live music cruise. Set sail on the Desert Belle, a historic ship while listening to live music from local artists and musicians ... More info ›

Enjoy the beautiful views of Saguaro Lake on a 90-minute live music cruise. Set sail on the Desert Belle, a historic ship while listening to live music from local artists and musicians. You'll get a chance to see the iconic mountains of the Tonto National Forest and watch an incredible sunset.

Prepare to see some of Arizona’s most iconic plants and wildlife from the comfort of the Desert Belle, a restored 1964 cruise ship. Board the vessel at the Saguaro Lake Marina and stake out a prime viewing spot inside the air-conditioned cabin or beneath the upper deck’s shaded canopy for this 90-minute ride. Be sure you have your camera ready when the ship pulls away from the harbor, and snap away at the first awe-inspiring view of the rust-colored mountains.

Beautiful Saguaro Lake is nestled in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest, 20 miles (32 km) outside of Mesa. Named after the saguaro cacti that surround the lake, it has 22 miles (35 km) of picturesque shoreline, expansive views and indigenous flora and fauna. Enjoy the sights of Arizona’s dramatic desert and soaring canyons formed by millions of years of geological forces. Spot cacti, mesquite and prickly pear plants sprinkled throughout the landscape. Looks for coyotes, bobcats and bighorn sheep lurking in the hills.

Sit back and enjoy live music played on board by local Arizonan bands. Music genres include Alternative, Jazz, Blues, Classic, Acoustic, Band Tributes, and many others. Purchase beverages such as beer, wine and soft drinks from the concession stand on board the Desert Belle and then sit back and enjoy the ride. An optional upgrade is available for priority seating, which includes one drink and popcorn.

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Apache Trail and Dolly Steamboat One Day Van Tour

Apache Trail and Dolly Steamboat One Day Van Tour - Phoenix, Arizona
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

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$129.00

Cruise Canyon Lake for 90-minutes aboard Dolly Steamboat. This narrated cruise explores a slot canyon ... More info ›

Cruise Canyon Lake for 90-minutes aboard Dolly Steamboat. This narrated cruise explores a slot canyon. Keep your eyes open for long horn sheep and eagles. Venture east of the Valley, deep into the Sonora Desert, along the Apache Trail. The Southwest and northern Mexico are the only places on earth where this lush desert exists. Visit Tortilla Flat, a former stage coach stop, which boasts a population of 6 people! There will be some browsing time here. Take a short walk into the desert where your guide will point out the desert plants.

Departs on Tuesdays and Thursdays from most hotels and resorts in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa, Arizona. A narrated 90-minute cruise on Dolly Steamboat on the beautiful Canyon Lake is the highlight of this tour. Dolly Steamboat is comfortable, with an air conditioned area for the summer months. Snacks and drinks are available aboard the steamboat.

Many times you will see long horn sheep on the hills and eagles flying overhead. Enjoy views of a slot canyon. Bring your camera or cell phone for excellent pictures. Visit Tortilla Flat, a former Old West stage coach stop, which boasts a population of 6 people. Take your time here for lunch and browsing. Have a short desert walk, where your guide will point out the various desert plants indigenous to the Sonora Desert. Admission to Dolly Steamboat is included in the pricing.

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