13th Season of Native Trails presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
5th Annual Native Arts ArtWalk
Roots and Boots
Grand Canyon & Red Rocks Motorcycle Tour
3 Day / 2 Night guided motorcycle tour of Sedona Red Rock Country & the Grand Canyon. From $895
Fly, Sleep, Eat, Hike & Swim (heated pool) in Phoenix at Sleep Inn
A guided hike, 3 days/2 nights, airport & trail transfers, breakfast; a lunch included in this great southwestern economy plan.
Give your clients trip to remember! These suggested itineraries include some of our favorite destinations across the state. Use these plans for a pre-made vacation plan, or incorporate these ideas into a trip customized to your clients' interests.
Phoenix & Central Arizona
Big City, Little Pleasures
Phoenix is the fifth largest metropolitan area in the United States. This itinerary will take you through the largest cultural and entertainment attractions of the Greater Phoenix Area, also known as the “The Valley of the Sun,” as well as capture some of the Valley’s architectural points of pride. Download this itinerary.
Phoenix’s West Valley has been front and center with the addition of new sports arenas and bowl games. The University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale opened in 2006 and hosted the world famous Super Bowl in 2008. For the western part of Phoenix and the Valley of the Sun, this is great news. Download this itinerary.
Canyons & Monuments Adventure
You have read about it, heard about it and dreamed about it. Now, experience Northern Arizona and some of its most famous attributes from the Grand Canyon to the Navajo Nation. You’ll experience unusual and majestic landscapes, much of which the Natives call sacred. Download this itinerary.
Tucson & Southern Arizona
Arizona, Southern Style
Southern Arizona has it all – wildlife, history, arts and culture, food, shopping and a chance to experience the old west. This itinerary will take you through some of the best highlights of Southern Arizona. Download this itinerary.
Wild on Arizona
Arizona is legendary for its deserts and creatures as well as the Wild West. But it’s not all cactus and cowboys. Arizona’s wide-open spaces provide opportunity for wildlife, wildflowers, wild adventure and vistas from all elevations. And, the histories from Native Americans to mining make for wild stories to tell. Download this itinerary.
North Central Arizona
Vino, Vistas and Adventure
For thousands of years, people have shared this beautiful region of Arizona with wildlife, and for good reason. The lush river tributaries give life to birds, other wildlife and plant species. Download this itinerary.
Arizona’s West Coast
Living on the Edge
The Colorado River is Arizona’s border on the west. The river has made agriculture and water recreation major attractions for the cities on the edge of the river and this itinerary will stimulate your mind, maybe your palate, and your adventurous side.Download this itinerary.