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Saguaro National Park East E-Bike Tour

Saguaro National Park East E-Bike Tour

We use Pedego Electric Bikes, the top ebike brand in America, to see more of the Sonoran Desert than on a traditional pedal bike. We utilize the beautifully maintained paved route that is laid out through the National Park. Our knowledgeable tour guides, ofter Pedego E-Bike owners and enthusiasts themselves, offer great insight into the picturesque desert landscape and all the critters that call Saguaro National Park their home. The best part about using an electric bike? No more worrying about pedaling up hills, falling behind your group, or returning covered in sweat! Our e-bikes are equipped with a throttle and/or "pedal assist", making this ride easy, and relaxing, yet still so much fun for all - no matter what your ability is!

Free cancellation
Likely to sell out
$149.00
Guided 2 Hour Horseback Ride Catalina State Park Coronado Forest

Guided 2 Hour Horseback Ride Catalina State Park Coronado Forest

Rancho de Los Cerros is the oldest and most beautiful of all the Dude Ranches in Arizona and has only recently opened to the public. Enjoy our amazing views and beautiful architecture and learn about the historic ranch.

Free cancellation
New
$108.75
Tucson Walking Food Tour With Secret Food Tours

Tucson Walking Food Tour With Secret Food Tours

Join Secret Food Tours on a food tour through downtown Tucson. You'll dine in a number of locally owned restaurants, trying some of their signature dishes. Learn the story of a city that started with open spaces and rich agriculture and became an eclectic part of the southwestern United States. At the end of your Downtown Tucson food tour, you'll have sampled some of this city’s most delicious dishes and gained a better understanding of its culture and history. Your Tucson food tour starts here as you imagine everything you’ll see and all the delicious dishes you’ll try. All the food will be served with water.

Free cancellation
New
$80.00
Historic Bike Tour in Tucson

Historic Bike Tour in Tucson

Immerse yourself in vibrant barrios, from old forts to modern art. Cycle quiet adobe-lined avenues. Experience the best of historic, quirky, and bike-friendly Tucson on a 2 to 2½ hour guided bicycle tour. Ride about 8 flat miles at a relaxed place, in a small group (8 max), with a knowledgeable local.

Free cancellation
Likely to sell out
$73.00
Fine Wineing - A Wine Tasting Experience in the vineyards of the Desert!

Fine Wineing - A Wine Tasting Experience in the vineyards of the Desert!

Taste the Wine of the high desert. Sonoita and Elgin are located in the Sonoran Desert, just north of Patagonia Lake and is scenic wine country. Experience the breathtaking views and sip on lush, desert varietals. Find out the miracle that happens when grapes grow amongst Cactus, Rattlesnakes, Gila monsters and Javelinas. Breathe in the fresh Desert air and relax in the charming slow-moving pace of Arizona Wine Country...

Free cancellation
$165.00
Mt. Lemmon Half Day Rock Climbing or Canyoneering in Arizona

Mt. Lemmon Half Day Rock Climbing or Canyoneering in Arizona

Half Day Rock Climbing and Half Day Canyoning trips are an excellent way to add excitement to your vacation. Learn to rock climb, rappel down a waterfall, or test your skills if you already have experience. Our trips range from 4 to 5 hours and are conveniently close to the city of Tucson and our gear is top of the line and in good condition. Gears are inspected for safety after and before every use. Come on an adventure with our great guides!

Free cancellation
$185.00
3 Hours Tucson Urban Experience E-Bike Tour

3 Hours Tucson Urban Experience E-Bike Tour

Our Tucson Urban Experience E-bike tour is the premier way to experience the beauty and uniqueness of Tucson! Riders will be able to experience local landmarks, including the University of Arizona, historic and colorful Downtown neighborhoods, the famed 4th Ave District, eclectic shops and eateries, the iconic Hotel Congress, and more. If you are looking for a fun way to feel like a Tucson local, this tour is for you! The best part of an e-bike tour? No more worrying about pedaling up hills, falling behind the group, or returning dripping in sweat! All of our bikes are equipped with a throttle and/or "Pedal Assist" to propel you through your ride. This tour is just like a regular tour, just more fun - and ELECTRIFIED!

Free cancellation
$135.00
Friday; The Tour Too Tough to Die - Tombstone/ Bisbee

Friday; The Tour Too Tough to Die - Tombstone/ Bisbee

Take a step out into the old west. Scenic Bisbee has changed very little since it's start as a mining town over 100 years ago. Featuring the Copper Queen Hotel and open pit copper mines. Tombstone, known as "the town too tough to die" is part of the fabric of the old west with buildings and a life cut out of that era. Relive the "Shootout at the OK Corral" Listen to the live music at Big Nose Kate's Saloon or get a cold one at the Crystal Palace.

Free cancellation
$110.00
Historical Guided Tour in Tucson

Historical Guided Tour in Tucson

A visit to the rugged, bold west! Hear the stories of the sometimes violent and storied past of Tucson. Visit the historic Presidio, where a man named Hugo O'Connor, the Red Captain of the Spanish Military fathered and named the City of Tucson. Find out how the University of Arizona almost didn't happen, but a Saloon owner and 2 gamblers saved the day! Learn about the Apache Indians and their reputation as pirates of the desert, and their raiding, pillaging, ruthless ways. View the exquisite White Dove of the Desert and see where the Dillinger Gang was captured in the 1930s and so much more!

Free cancellation
New
$65.00
Tucson Origins Walking Tour

Tucson Origins Walking Tour

*Featured in the New York Times' 52 Places to Go in 2023 & Time Magazine's The World’s Greatest Places of 2023* Learn about the origins of one of the most important cities of the American Southwest, Tucson on this cultural heritage itinerary. Walking downtown Tucson’s El Presidio and the Barrio Viejo districts, we will explore the history and architecture of the community through the themes of the Native American, Spanish colonial, Mexican, and American Territorial eras, and also explain Tucson’s UNESCO designation as a City of Gastronomy. This is an opportunity to discover what makes Tucson such a unique and special place that forms part of America's tapestry. A former National Park ranger leads this tour with a background in historic preservation and heritage interpretation in the southwest. I have also worked on the effort to make the Barrio Viejo neighborhood a National Historic Landmark and at the nearby historic mission of Tumacacori National Historical Park.

Free cancellation
$50.00