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Tours in Arizona starting from $1,654

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Arizona Tours

In Latin, Arizona’s state motto is “Ditat Deus” which translates as “God enriches.”

Located in Fountain Hills is a fountain believed to be the tallest in the world.

Under the federal Endangered Species Act, the Apache trout is a threatened species.

Among all the states, Arizona has set aside the largest percentage of Indian lands.

The world’s largest telescope is located at Kitts Peak National Observatory in the city of Sells.

Some of the popular ghost towns in the state are known as Tombstone, Ruby, Gillette, and Gunsight.

Why go on an Arizona Tour?

Arizona is a state of contrasts – from sunshine and Wild West shootouts in one area to forest and serene landscapes in another. With so much to choose from, it may be safe to say that whatever it is you are looking for, Arizona will most likely have it. Begin your western adventure in the colourful city of Scottsdale. Its captivating Sonoran Desert setting has inspired artists for generations. Here, travellers will come across a breadth of galleries, architectural wonders, and world-class performance spaces. While you are in the area, why not take some time to discover its unusual wildlife vegetation, miles of hiking trails, and panoramic landscapes? We guarantee that doing so will make you appreciate Arizona even more. Head north the next day and visit the beautiful city of Sedona. You will be amazed with the Oak Creek Canyon, where the rock formations seem to change colours with every turn you make. So escape the chaos of life and kick back and relax in Sedona.

Thirsty for more adventure? Spend some time in Jerome, once called the “Wickedest Town in the West,” and get acquainted with some of the city’s hearty number of “haunted” locations. Drive south and visit Tubac, located just outside of the Colorado National Forest, and learn about the town that was once the site of a Spanish Colonial presidio. Most importantly, let’s not forget about the Grand Canyon. Stretching 227 miles from end to end, this natural masterpiece is easily Arizona’s most distinguishable landmark. Whether you stop at the canyon for an hour or stay for a week, you’ll have plenty of options for fun and adventure!

When is the best time to go?

Fall and spring are the best times to visit Arizona, just in time for the local festivals and temperate weather. During spring, the temperature generally ranges between 9C and 29C. During fall, Arizona varies between 16C and 31C. Try to avoid visiting around the summer months as temperature can reach as high as 40C during this time. During the winter months, daytime temperatures average 21C with nighttime temperatures falling to freezing or slightly below in the lower desert areas. Depending on what time of the year and where you plan to go on your Arizona tour, anything from a swimsuit to a winter jacket may be appropriate. Regardless, make sure to visit the weather channels closer to the departure date.

Begin your western adventure by launching our Tour Finder, which allows you to compare all Arizona tours quickly and easily. Select your desired date range and choose up to three different cities. We also invite you to speak with a tripcentral.ca travel agent who’s been there before! They can help you find the best priced flights and deals suitable to your needs.