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Driving Tours & Scenic Roads

From Route 66 to Oak Creek Canyon to the Apache Trail Historic Road, Arizona is home to dozens of noteworthy roads, byways and historic loops that are perfect for a driving tour.

Depending on where you drive, your road trip could feature dizzying climbs, hairpin turns, steep cliffs or all three – particularly on some of Arizona’s historic highways, many of which date back to the early part of the century and have since been bypassed by modern interstates. But no matter where you go, you’re sure to spy sprawling expanses of nature and stunning panoramic views.

Whether you’re driving to Arizona from a neighboring state or renting a car when you arrive, driving tours are the perfect way to see the sights – and to enjoy the thrill of Arizona’s wide-open spaces and historic roads. Visit the Arizona Scenic Roads website for more information.

  • Bearizona Wildlife Park

    Enjoy a 3 mile drive through the Kaibab forest and encounter bears, wolves, bison, mountian goats, and many more species of North American wildlife.

  • Sedona Red Rock Adventures

  • Red Earth Adventures

  • Desert Dog Adventures

    Four-wheel Desert Dog's way in our H1 or H2 air-conditioned Hummers, our exclusive C2 or C4 desert buggies, or ATVs.

  • A-1 Van Rental and Leasing

    Rent 8-, 12-, and 15-passenger vans, minivans, cargo vans, and wheelchair-accessible vans. Trailers and Mexico rentals available.

  • Coach America Phoenix

    When it comes to ground transportation needs, your carrier should be the least of your worries. Call for charter rates.

  • Antelope Canyon Tours, Inc.

    Experience the beauty, with Navajo guides, of spectacular Antelope Canyon. Mother Nature's work of art will leave you in awe.

  • Arizona Scenic Tours

    We offer custom-planned, single and multiple-day guided road tours, tailored to fit your Arizona touring needs and desires.  We can pick up anywhere in Metro Phoenix.

  • Pink Jeep Tours & Grand Canyon Tours

    Since 1960, Pink Jeep Tours has been providing the most talked about off-road adventures in the Southwest.  You gotta do it!

  • Red Rock Western Jeep Tours

    Western hospitality for 28 years. Preferred vendor of Adventure by Disney. Come for fun, entertainment and wonderful memories.

  • Great West Tours

    Specializing in one-day trips from Sedona to the Grand Canyon and other scenic and Native American sites in Northern Arizona.

  • route66rider

    The right spot for a biker's experience: Start your tour from our station in Flagstaff, AZ or Sedona, AZ and visit our vintage truck stop from the 60's downtown on the historic Route 66.

  • Sonoran Excursions

    We are a bus tour company with destinations throughout Arizona. Plan a customized trip or join us one of our organized tours.

  • 360 Adventures

    Experience Arizona Adventure Tours Created Just for You! Arizona adventure tours by 360 Adventures takes the worry out of exploring so you can focus on having fun.

  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

  • Navajo Code Talkers Exhibit

  • Navajo Nation

    Navajo Nation lands extend into the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Navajo Nation operates on Daylight Savings Time from April to October. The rest of Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time.

  • Navajo Nation Veterans Memorial

  • Fort McDowell Adventures

    Mere minutes from sunny Scottsdale, AZ - Fort McDowell Adventures is the premier outdoor activity and event venue with tons of activities for families and groups.

  • Arizona Wine Growers Association

  • 3 Canyons Transit & Arizona Sunshine Tours

  • Bloomington Gold Tours

  • Sedona Spirit Center~ Sedona Spirit Guides

  • Sierra Vista Shuttle and Taxi

    Sierra Vista Shuttle and Taxi.

  • The Bisbee Enclave

  • El Rey Motel - Globe, AZ

  • El Rey Motel - Globe, AZ

    El Rey Motel in Globe, Arizona is a quant, vintage hotel since 1938.

  • Sedona Spirit Center

  • San Carlos Recreation & Wildlife Department

  • Spirit Steps Tours

    Sedona's Spiritual Tour Company since 1980.

  • Chaparral Homemade Ice Cream

  • Owner

    Chaparral Homemade Ice Cream has been serving historic Wickenburg for several decades dishing up the freshest and most delicious homemade ice cream and dishes in the west.

  • America's Tent Lodges - Grand Canyon Williams

    America’s Tent Lodges offers spacious, fully equipped tent lodges on top locations in the southwest of the USA.

  • Pinetop-Lakeside

  • Geo Savvy Tours

  • Affinity Group Tours & Travel

  • Jacob Lake Inn

  • Vintages Grille

  • Vintages Grille

    Fresh. Home Made. Delicious.

  • Arizona Shuttle

    The Arizona shuttle has been in business for over 25 years providing airport ground transportation.

  • Full Circle Ranch Bed and Breakfast Inn

    Spend your Arizona vacation in Cave Creek and let Full Circle Ranch Bed and Breakfast Inn be your one-of-a-kind oasis in the desert.

  • Shuttle U

  • Sedona-Phoenix Shuttle

  • BC Jeep Tours

    Join BC Jeep Tours for a unique experience that can be enjoyed by all ages.

  • Zenith Educational Trips

  • AZ Skins Transportation Services

  • Tour West America

  • Verde Canyon Railroad

    The Verde Canyon Railroad takes you on a trip through Southwest regions rich with indigenous flora and fauna throughout the Verde Valley. Asphalt, concrete and tension drift away as you cruise from Clarkdale to Perkinsville at a smooth 12 miles per hou

  • Detours of Arizona

    Offer guided tours of the Grand Canyon, Sedona and more, with custom vehicles and expert guides who know how to have fun.

  • Pink Adventure Tours

    Welcome to Pink Adventure Tours in Phoenix, Arizona! Nobody knows Arizona like Pink Adventure Tours.

  • Moon Meadows RV Park

    Moon Meadows RV Park is located in St Johns, Arizona, the "Town of Friendly Neighbors".

  • Desert Skies RV Resort

    Desert Skies is where the peace and serenity offered by the desert provides a perfect oasis for retirement living, a vacation from winter, or a welcome break on the road.

  • Arizona-Sedona Travel and Tours, LLC, DBA LimoSedona.com

    Limo Sedona is a full service Arizona based transportation company prepared to meet all of your travel needs. 

  • Arizona-Sedona Travel and Tours, LLC, DBA Sedona Sedans and Vans

  • Arizona V-Twin Dreams

    Arizona V-Twin Dreams is a receptive tour operator based in Phoenix and offering tours between 10 and 25 days to visit mainly the National Parks in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, California and New Mexico. 

  • Enchantment Resort

    Enchantment Resort offers 218 luxurious guest accommodations highlighting Sedona’s breathtaking scenery with private, one-story rooms with viewing decks boasting panoramic views of Boynton Canyon. Enjoy fine food and award-winning spa and golf.&a

  • Crossing Worlds Journeys & Retreats

  • Train Vacations | Vacations By Rail

  • Southwest Odyssey Expedition

  • Arizona Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds

  • Arizona Camping Trips & Self-Guided Outdoor Adventures

  • Senator Highway

  • Tempest Tours

  • Tempest Tours

  • Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast

    We are a great location for spending 3 nights to see the Grand Canyon, Sedona & Flagstaff.  Free WI-FI, parking and a unique 2 course gourmet breakfast each morning.  An upscale B&B at affordable rates.

  • Wiles West Travel

  • Wiles West Travel

    Featuring scheduled travel trips, step on guide services, and custom designed trips for individuals, groups or corporate outings.

  • Arizona Grand Canyon Tours

  • Rancho Verde RV Park

  • Comfort Suites - Prescott Area

  • Elegant Resorts

  • Alpine Inn

    Styled after a country home, this charming Inn features all the character and warmth you would expect from the early 1900's, plus the amenities of today.

  • Ye Ol' Shoppe

  • Grand Canyon Jeep Tours & Safaris

    Since 1993, Grand Canyon Jeep Tours & Safaris has been offering exciting, custom guided, off-road adventures of the Grand Canyon area.

  • Across Arizona Tours LLC

    Across Arizona Tours conducts van tours for individuals to join, and custom corporate and group tours for any size group in buses or vans.

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  • Sedona Wine Adventures

    Sedona Wine Adventures offers popular tours of wineries in the Verde Valley of Northern Arizona. 

  • El Monte RV Rentals

    El Monte RV Rentals is America's premier RV rentals company, with nationwide locations.

  • Apache Trail Tours

    For over 20 years, Apache Trail Tours has been offering guided tours. We are the premier tour company based in the foothills of the famous Superstition Mountains.

  • Bird Hill Trailer Park

  • Twisted Trailz Motorcycle Tours

    Offering guided motorcycle tour packages throughout Arizona and the Southwestern U.S.

  • Sandstone Tours, Inc.

    Monument Valley Tours with an experienced Navajo guide in a comfortable open-air 4x4 truck. Sunset/sunrise tours available.

  • Sonora Wings Hang Gliding

    Come out and fly a hang glider with a certified instructor.

  • Magnuson Hotel Kingman

  • Beauty Way Canyon Tours

    We offer Navajo Guided tours into Canyon De Chelly National Monument. 

  • Road Dog Tours

    Road Dog Tours provides a Phoenix Brewery Tour. 

  • Sentinel Carriage Company

    Sentinel Carriage Company offers the finest horse drawn carriage service in the Tucson area. 

  • Mirage Limousines

    Mirage Limousines started in 1982 in Tempe, Arizona with one limousine. 

  • Arizona Offroad Tours

  • Simpson Hotel Bed & Breakfast

    We are a historic, 100-year-old hotel renovated and reopened as a B&B in 2007. The Simpson has a comfortably homey atmosphere but is elegantly appointed with antiques and an eclectic original art collection. 

  • Epic Cycle Tours

    Epic Cycle Tours is your guided motorcycle tour experts in the Southwest specializing in single-day and weekend tours across Arizona and surrounding states. 

  • Trapper's Rendezvous

    Trapper’s Rendezvous, A Western Inspired Bed and Breakfast,is a village of six rustic, spacious individual cabins, equipped with modern amenities and true western charm.

  • Sedona by Cobalt Escapes

    Sedona is the ideal one stop solution when planning your Sedona adventure.

  • Grand Canyon by Cobalt Escapes

    Grand Canyon by Cobalt Escapes is the ideal one stop solution when planning your Grand Canyon adventure.

  • Spur Cross Stables

    Spur Cross Stables is a guided horseback riding ranch located on the site of an 1870s Gold Mine in Cave Creek. 

  • Monument Valley Tours

  • Comfort Suites at Tucson Mall

    Located across from the Tucson Mall. Each suite contains a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker. Other features: continental breakfast, pool, exercise/meeting facilities. Hot-tub suites also available.

  • Best Western Plus Tucson International Airport Hotel & Suites

    Newly renovated, 15 minutes from downtown. Pool, hot tub, in-room coffee, refrigerators, indoor access rooms. Free American breakfast buffet. Morgan's Food & Spirits restaurant.

  • Tours4fun

    Tours4Fun is a thriving online travel site, dedicated to providing fun vacations with easy online purchasing experience for all your travel needs. 

  • Sonoita Vineyards

    Dr. Gordon Dutt, owner and founder of Sonoita Vineyards, is a retired soil scientist from the University of Arizona.

  • American TransPorter Charters

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    City of Nogales

    Rediscovering the City of Nogales means enjoying all the favorites this distinctive border community offers.

  • Awakening Spirit personal silent retreat center

    Awakening Spirit personal retreat is a silent retreat center 

  • Sedona Psychic Wisdom

  • Adventure Southwest

    Adventure Southwest specializes in private Southwest guided travel.

  • Comfort Inn & Suites in Sierra Vista

    Comfort Inn & Suites - Sierra Vista offers a host of modern features and amenities. 

  • Alcantara Vineyard & Winery

  • Wind Therapy Rides

    We take passengers on enjoyable motorcycle rides throughout Arizona. 

  • Biker's Life AZ

    Your Arizona Motorcycle Concierge We'll tell you where to go, how to get there and what to expect along the way.

  • Tombstone RV Park and Campground

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

  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

    One of the grandest – and most photographed – landmarks in the United States, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is a sprawling, sandy preserve that spans the border between Arizona and Utah, bathing the region in rich red hues. Dominated by crimson mesas and surreal sandstone towers – some as tall as 1,000 feet – the area is also known for dramatic, mesmerizing lighting, with the sun illuminating the towers and casting long shadows on the valley floor.

    Located inside the Navajo Nation – one of the largest Native American tribes in the United States – Monument Valley is around four hours northeast of Flagstaff, near the Four Corners area.

  • Four Corners Monument

    Stand in four states at one time at Four Corners Monument, situated on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona. Unique amongst Arizona’s many landmarks, Four Corners Monument is the only place in the United States where four states intersect at one point: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.

  • Chiricahua National Monument

    Called the “Land of Standing Up Rocks” by the Apache Indians, Chiricahua National Monument envelops almost 12,000 acres of Arizona nature. Located in Southern Arizona, near the town of Willcox, Arizona, and around 90 miles from Tucson, travelers come from all over to experience this site of unique rock formations and Arizona history.

  • Canyon de Chelly National Monument

    Known for steep canyon walls dotted with greenery and hundreds of ancient pueblo ruins, Canyon de Chelly reflects one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes in North America. Distinctive architecture, artifacts and rock imagery are all remarkably preserved, providing a peek into the lives of the canyon’s earliest inhabitants. Today, a Navajo Indian community still inhabits the canyon floor, herding sheep during the summer months.

  • Saguaro National Park

    Saguaro National Park protects and preserves a giant saguaro cactus forest that stretches across the valley floor near Tucson. Unique to the Sonoran Desert, the park’s giant saguaros sometimes reach as much as 50 feet in height – so it’s no wonder they’ve been described as the kings of the Sonoran Desert.

    The city of Tucson divides Saguaro National park into two districts – the Tucson Mountain District to the west and Rincon Mountain District to the east, each located about 30 minutes outside of the city.

  • Kaibab National Forest

  • Kaibab Plateau-North Rim Parkway

  • Navajo Nation Council Chamber

    The Navajo Nation Council Chamber, located in Window Rock, Arizona, is the single most significant building in the United States symbolizing the New Deal revolution in federal Indian policy.

  • Verde Valley

    Spend a day, a weekend or a week exploring the Verde Valley – home to some of the most picturesque landscape in Arizona.  Visit the great wineries and tasting rooms nestled in the red rock countryside and lush canyons surrounding Cottonwood, Jerome, Sedona, Clarkdale and Cornville. Enjoy the unique experience and wines that each has to offer.

  • Wheatfields Lake Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife

    Wheatfields Lake in Chinle is one of the most popular destinations for fishing, camping, picnics and other outdoor adventures in Navajoland. You can cast your line just a few feet off the road, or you can drive around to the opposite side of the lake and launch your fishing boat near the base of the Chuska Mountains.

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