Tucson, Arizona

Nature

The mighty saguaro is Arizona’s state flower and you’ll see plenty of them here. You’ll also find cacti of every size and shape in the state’s desert areas and thick green forests create canopies in higher elevations. It’s difficult to beat the diversity in Arizona’s flora and fauna – and sheer beauty. The state’s great range of elevations – up to 11,500’ – contribute to this incredible variation. With a variety of ways to get up close to nature, Arizona is an outdoor haven.

Explore one of the beautiful botanical gardens or arboretums. Witness some of the most amazing bird migrations in the country – including as many as 17 varieties of hummingbirds. Or, consider participating in an ecotourism or volunteer vacation – the perfect way to enjoy, and preserve, this stunning state.

Find your next adventure

Historic Hat Ranch

Step back in time and have the time of your life.

Hat Ranch Rd
Williams, AZ 86046

Keepers of the Wild

Keepers of the Wild is a sanctuary dedicated to the rescuing and rehabilitation of neglected or abused exotic animals. They offer tours and educational programs.

13441 E. Hwy 66
Valentine, Arizona 86437

Bed and Bagels of Tucson

Scenic eastside home-away-from-home. Gourmet breakfast, home-baked treats. Pets, children, birders,foreign, business travelers, cyclists especially welcome. Special diets accommodated. Longstay discounts.

10402 E. Glenn St.
Tucson, AZ 85749

International Wildlife Museum

4800 W. Gates Pass Rd.
Tucson, Arizona 85745

Betty's Kitchen Watchable Wildlife Area

Indigenous pottery, masks of Mexico, Navajo textiles, and much more reveal the cultural history of the Southwest from mammoth hunters to current day.

1013 East University Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85721

Tombstone RV Park and Campground

We offer full hookup RV sites, Cowboy Cabins, and Tent sites for daily, weekly and monthly rates.

1475 N. Hwy 80
Tombstone, Arizona 85638

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