12th Annual Art Unraveled
Hot Summer Nights Trail Race Series
37th Annual Mighty Mud Mania
Grand Canyon with Sedona and Navajo Reservation One-Day Van Tour
Visit the Grand Canyon with stops at spectacular viewpoints. Enjoy the Red Rocks of Sedona. See the Navajo Reservation. Price ranges from $64.00 to $128.00.
Rise Above the Rest with $50.00 OFF a Hot Air Balloon Ride
$50.00 OFF per person for a hot air balloon flight - Regularly $195.00! Soar above the saguaros in the Sonoran Desert during an hour long flight with the Premier Balloon Ride Company of the Southwest!
Tucson & Southern Arizona
Old West Fun and New Arizona Flavor
Replete with natural wonders, history and culture, Southern Arizona is a romantic region of stately saguaros, scenic preserves and exciting destinations. From Tucson, the area’s thriving metropolis, to Wild West towns, rugged adventure areas and rolling vineyards, the cities of Southern Arizona are as interesting as they are diverse.
Tour a Spanish Colonial mission. Explore enormous caves. Visit local wineries. Whatever you desire, Southern Arizona has it. Learn more about Southern Arizona’s top destinations below:
Most Popular Destinations
Home of the historic Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee, Arizona – located 90 miles southeast of Tucson – will send you back to a time when the Old West reigned supreme. With a preserved turn-of-the-century downtown crowned by a hilltop Art Deco courthouse, this once-flourishing city is now inhabited by artists, antique shops, hotels and – according to many residents – ghosts. Learn more about Bisbee, Arizona vacations >>
- Sierra Vista
Surrounded by near-forgotten ghost towns, Sierra Vista, Arizona is anything but dead. Home to busy Fort Huachuca, this small city of around 50,000 people offers visitors scenic vistas, byways and trails – as well as a bird-watcher’s paradise of nature preserves perfect for spying some of the country’s most exotic hummingbirds, flycatchers, warblers and more. Learn more about visiting Sierra Vista, Arizona >>
More than 130 years after its founding, in 1877, the "Town too Tough to Die" – home of the famed gunfight at the OK Corral – is still alive and well. Today, Tombstone, Arizona is more tourist destination than rough-and-tumble cowboy town. Lined with old saloons, candy shops and gift stores, the town now boasts reenactments of that fabled fight, as well as plenty of special events, kids’ activities and old-fashioned fun. Learn more about visiting Tombstone, Arizona >>
Located just outside of the Coronado National Forest, Tubac, Arizona is a centuries-old town that was once the site of a Spanish Colonial presidio. Today, the town is home to the Art Colony of Tubac, where working artists’ studios abound. Don’t miss the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, located in the old town, and the Santa Cruz River, a top spot for Arizona birding. Learn more about visiting Tubac, Arizona >>
Luxurious golf courses and resorts, a flourishing art and history scene and vivid multicultural heritage make Tucson, Arizona an attractive destination for any Southern Arizona vacation. Home of the University of Arizona, this mid-sized city also plays host to countless fairs, festivals and events, like the Tucson Gem and Mineral show, Tucson Culinary Festival, Accenture Match Play Championships and more. Learn more about visiting Tucson, Arizona >>