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    Scottsdale & Downtown Phoenix Highlights - Half Day

    Looking to get the low down on what's up in the Valley of the Sun? This half-day tour is an all-around good place to start! You'll be getting an introduction Maricopa County that only an experienced local guide could provide. Desert views, cityscapes, art, and culture await, as you traverse South Mountain Park, the world's largest municipal park; the Arizona Biltmore, a classic, early 20th-century luxury hotel; Old Town Scottsdale; Downtown Phoenix; and much more! In Old Town Scottsdale, you'll find galleries and fashion shops, and have the opportunity to taste delicious dishes from around the world, while Downtown Phoenix offers a unique metro area featuring stunning architecture, history, and culture. You'll even enjoy lunch at a unique Arizona location, because sightseeing on a full tummy is so much more fun!
    Scottsdale & Downtown Phoenix Highlights - Half Day

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Explore the cultural and sightseeing offerings of the Valley of the Sun during a half-day tour
    • Check out popular landmarks in Maricopa County, including Old Town Scottsdale and Downtown Phoenix, South Mountain Park, and much more
    • Enjoy perks such as the freedom to sightsee at your own pace on on your own path as well as a complimentary lunch
    • Take in a relaxing historical and cultural introduction to this unique desert oasis
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    Phoenix to Las Vegas via Sedona and Grand Canyon

    Some say it's the journey, not the destination, that matters. But when your destination is Las Vegas, that's some tough wisdom to live up to. This unique Phoenix-to-Las Vegas trek gets it right, with a grand detour that'll have you gawking. You'll disembark from the Phoenix Metro Area and head towards Grand Canyon National Park, passing through picturesque desert landscapes. On the way, you'll stop by Sedona to stretch your legs, which just happens to be home to some of the most famous red rock formations in the world. Resuming your trip, you'll pass through the famous Old Creek Canyon, winding your way through walled canyons that rise up to 2,000 feet, only to emerge into the stunning Coconino National Forest, known for its likewise towering ponderosa pines. After driving along the Mogollon Rim, you'll finally arrive at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where the world will open up beneath you. You'll have an hour and a half to explore Grand Canyon National Park, shop, and enjoy a lunch that promises quite a view. On the way to Las Vegas, you'll have time to soak it all up as you cruise along portions of the historic Route 66, cross the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, and maybe get in a quick nap before hitting the Strip!
    Phoenix to Las Vegas via Sedona and Grand Canyon

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Treat yourself to a sightseeing tour while traveling from Phoenix to Las Vegas
    • Stop by historic Sedona, and ride through Oak Creek Canyon and Coconino National Forest
    • Sightsee, shop, and enjoy a complimentary lunch while exploring Grand Canyon National Park
    • Enjoy a scenic romp through surreal vistas to set the stage for your Las Vegas vacation
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    Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip

    This Grand Canyon day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona blends ancient ruins, lava fields, majestic volcanoes and amazing views throughout Grand Canyon National Park and the remarkable Painted Desert. Drive along the Grand Canyon South Rim and East Rim by air-conditioned mini-coach and stop at lookout points to soak up dramatic vistas. Visit Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, immerse yourself in the fascinating history of ancient civilizations at Wupatki National Monument, and enjoy a Southwestern lunch at a historic Navajo reservation. Throughout your tour, you'll learn about Arizona's history, archaeology, geology and flora and fauna from your expert guide. Rise and shine for early-morning pickup from your Flagstaff or Seodna hotel. You'll be taken by mini-coach through to the Grand Canyon National Park. First, visit Wupatki National Monument, wherein lies the remarkable ruins of the ancient Native American civilization of Sinagua, who lived here for 400 years but then vanished without a trace. As your guide will explain, these ancient desert dwellers witnessed the dramatic eruption of Sunset Crater Volcano nearly a millennium ago, which destroyed their homes and forced them out. Learn about the eruption of Sunset Crater as you visit nearby Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, where you'll see the expansive fields of lava you've just heard about. At midday, head to the historic Cameron Trading Post for a sit-down lunch at the restaurant. Chat with your fellow travelers as you enjoy a wonderful Navajo taco lunch which blends American, Native American and Mexican cuisine in the spacious dining room adorned with antique cabinets and Native American art including Navajo rugs and baskets. Enjoy the view of the Little Colorado River Gorge from the deck or warm up next to the fireplace. After lunch, hop back in the mini-coach and venture into the Grand Canyon for an afternoon of exploring this magnificent natural wonder. This portion of the tour includes stupendous views from Grand Canyon National Park's East Rim and South Rim. Stop at lookout points to soak up dramatic vistas of the canyon and gorges below, and have free time to explore at your own pace by foot. Keep an eye out for wildlife including the endangered California Condor. Throughout your tour, your expert guide will teach you about the history, archaeology, geology and flora and fauna of Grand Canyon National Park and Arizona as a whole. Feel free to ask any questions you have. At the end of the day, relax on the drive back to your hotel with many photos, memories and fascinating information to share.
    Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Experience the Grand Canyon's scenery, monuments, history, wildlife and geology
    • Explore the fascinating ancient Wupatki ruins and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
    • Drive along the East Rim and South Rim, stopping to enjoy the views and explore by foot
    • Enjoy lunch at the historic Cameron Trading Post on a Navajo reservation
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    Canyons and Cowboys Tour

    Take a step back in time to the wonderful world of cowboys! Travel through the beautiful canyons of Sedona to an old log cabin, where you will discover its colorful history and hear tales of murder and moonshine!

    A rugged ride into the scenic and historic Dry Creek Basin surrounded by seven majestic canyons to the hand-hewn log cabin that stands as a reminder of Sedona's colorful past. Relive the early cowboy days and the old Van Deren cabin and hear the colorful story of its historic beginnings.

    This is a great tour to capture the color and beauty of Sedona.

    Canyons and Cowboys Tour

    Arizona 89A, Sedona

    • Take a step back in time to experience the wonderfully rugged world of cowboys
    • Travel through the beautiful canyons of Sedona following your expert tour guide
    • Enjoy a scenic ride into the historic Dry Creek Basin surrounded by seven majestic canyons
    • Discover Sedona's colorful history and hear tales of murder and moonshine
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    Grand Canyon Day Tour

    On the way to the canyon, you will pass through picturesque landscapes from the Sonoran Desert to the stunning Coconino National Forest, known for its towering ponderosa pines. After driving along the Mogollon Rim, you will make a tour stop at the historic Route 66 town of Williams. After taking a small step back in time you will depart to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where you will have three hours to explore Grand Canyon National Park, shop, get incredible photo ops, and enjoy a picnic lunch that promises quite a view. Following your time at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, you will enjoy a scenic ride back to the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. You're going to a need a grand nap after this!
    Grand Canyon Day Tour

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Explore Grand Canyon National Park, and historic Route 66 on a comfortable, guided van tour
    • Sight-see, shop, and enjoy a scenic picnic lunch along the South Rim
    • Explore a Native American dwelling with authentic arts and crafts at the South Rim Village of the Grand Canyon
    • Enjoy a scenic romp through surreal locations that will leave you absolutely amazed
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    Beginner Kung Fu Trial

    Got a knack for getting in tight spots with dastardly villains? Then you might want to learn kung fu! United Kung Fu offers hardcore, goal-focused martial arts training. You'll learn a style of self-defense derived from 1500 years of tradition, starting in the temples of ancient China. Master devastating strikes, perfect your balance, and focus on the fundamentals in a dynamic learning environment. There is heavy emphasis on conditioning, bag-work, and sparring, to simulate real combat. In addition to learning to defend yourself, you'll be getting a tremendous physical workout that will harden your core, expand your flexibility, and build your motor control. Best of all, the baddies will never see you coming.
    Beginner Kung Fu Trial

    8279 W Lake Pleasant Pkwy #108, Peoria

    • Learn one of the most time-tested styles in the history of martial arts
    • Develop the skills you need to defend yourself and fight competitively
    • Get a great workout that builds stamina, overall strength, and athleticism
    • Build the self-confidence and discipline that comes from practicing martial arts
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    Scenic Sedona Tour

    Ever wonder how Sedona got its name or why the rocks are red? Well, get all your questions answered and more on this wonderful introductory tour. Discover the untouched beauty of America's southwest on this 2.5-hour tour, where you will learn about the history and geology of this amazing area. Your guide will show you breathtaking vistas and colorful points of interest as you learn about Sedona's past. You can shop for Native American jewelry and crafts, discover Sedona's unique vortex sites and get some tips on the best shopping and dining in town! Ever wonder how Sedona got its name or why the rocks are red? Well, get all your questions answered and more on this wonderful introductory tour. Learn about Sedona's fascinating history. Your guide will show you breathtaking vistas and colorful points of interest as you learn about Sedona's past. This tour is fully customized according to the interests and abilities of the group. Before the start of the tour, your tour guide will go over the available options for the tour.

    The most popular route includes:
    • A drive through Oak Creek Canyon, one of the 10 most scenic drives in the nation
    • A stop at the Oak Creek Vista to take in the amazing views and browse Native American jewelry and crafts
    • Airport Mesa, which offers the most breathtaking view of West Sedona and its famous red rocks
    • Airport Vortex (short hike) - Your guide will explain the history and meaning of these "magical" places
    • Chapel of the Holy Cross - Built in 1956, this beautiful, architectural wonder is built right into the red rocks of Sedona
    Or you may substitute any of the following:
    • Schnebly Hill Rd. - Sedona's first road out of the canyon. This primitive dirt road offers amazing views of Sedona
    • Red Rock Crossing / Cathedral Rock - Visit the famous Cathedral Rock, seen in several films, walk along the beautiful Oak Creek, visit a vortex site, and more
    • Other options include Bell Rock, Gallery Row, Tlaquepaque and Boynton Canyon
    Scenic Sedona Tour

    Uptown, Sedona

    • Learn about the fascinating history and geology of Sedona from your expert local guide
    • Enjoy a drive through Oak Creek Canyon, one of the 10 most scenic drives in the nation
    • Stop at the Oak Creek Vista to take in the amazing views and browse Native American jewelry and crafts
    • Snap pictures at Airport Mesa, which offers the most breathtaking view of West Sedona and its famous red rocks
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    Tombstone Day Tour

    Got a hankering for some Wild West culture? Walk the streets that Wyatt Earp once protected during this Tombstone day tour! You'll enjoy round-trip transportation to and from Phoenix, and a guided look at this famous haven for 19th-century gold diggers and gunmen. Along the way, you'll visit famous Tombstone gathering spots, sites of epic gunfights, and check out the Tombstone Courthouse, which pays homage to the lawmen that stabilized the area. On your way back to Phoenix, you'll also visit the White Dove of the Desert, a preserved mission at San Xavier del Bac dating back to 1692. So strap on your six-shooter and get ready to rumble! Or, maybe leave the six-shooter at home and rumble without it.
    Tombstone Day Tour

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Tour the legendary gold rush town of Tombstone during a day-long guided tour
    • Visit the sites of infamous gun battles, the Tombstone Courthouse, and the San Xavier Mission
    • Take a trip back in time to an era when gunmen battled it out in the streets
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    Apache Trail Day Tour

    Put on your walking shoes and take a trip down a "Historic Highway" during this Apache Trail tour! Just outside of Phoenix, the Apache Trail is a scenic byway that cuts through the Sonoran Desert. While exploring the trail, you'll visit the historic ghost town of Goldfield, once aptly-named. Now restored, this location offers tourists a glimpse of what it was like to live there during its brief, 5-year prominence. Later, you'll also have the chance to embark on a 6-mile nature cruise on Canyon Lake, courtesy of the Dolly Steamboat! During this portion of your journey, you'll check out the surrounding 1,300-foot cliff walls and possibly spot some local wildlife, including big horn sheep and bald eagles. Then, you'll further explore the Superstition Wilderness, where you'll be introduced to Tortilla Flat and Fish Creek Hill, offering incredible views of the Sonoran Desert and Superstition Mountains. While the mines may have run dry, there's no mistaking that this tour is pure gold.
    Apache Trail Day Tour

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Travel the Apache Trail and learn about its important place in Western history
    • Visit the restored ghost town of Goldfield, Tortilla Flat, and enjoy a ride on an historic steamboat
    • Discover amazing landscapes formed by the Sonoran Desert and Superstition Mountains
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    Grand Canyon Railroad Excursion

    Take a step back in time as you travel on the historic Grand Canyon Railroad. Each car of this Arizona railroad - which made its maiden voyage in 1901 - has been restored to its original state, and the crew members all have information to share about the train, it's history and many journeys. Journey through beautiful countryside on your way to the magnificent Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Take in the awesome view, have a bite to eat on the train. The ride takes you across open countryside with mountain views before reaching the Grand Canyon by noon. Upon arrival, you'll have free time to explore before your guide meets you for your Grand Canyon rim tour.
    Grand Canyon Railroad Excursion

    Downtown, Flagstaff

    • Travel on the historic Grand Canyon Railroad on your way to the magnificent Grand Canyon
    • Pass through beautiful countryside and learn about the train's history and many journeys from the knowledgeable crew
    • Discover the Grand Canyon with a professional guide on a tour of the rim
    • Enjoy free time to explore one of the views and this world wonder on your own
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