Tours in Maricopa


Two, Four, Six, or Eight Seats on the Valley Pedaler (Up to 48% Off)

Valley Pedaler

Tempe

Tour goers climb aboard a pedal-powered trolley and enjoy drink specials during stops at local bars and pubs

$50 $37

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Distillery Tour and Tasting for 2, 4, 6, or 10 at Arizona Distilling Co (Up to 50% Off)

Arizona Distilling Co

Arizona Distilling Co

During a one-hour tour of Phoenix’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition, guests learn about the process and taste multiple samples

$20 $14

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Scenic Hike through Spur Cross Ranch or Tom Thumb Trail by Arizona Guided Hikes (49% Off). 4 Options Available.

Arizona Guided Hikes

Arizona Guided Hikes

Guides lead small groups through some of Arizona’s most breathtaking natural wonders; includes snack, water bottle, and park fees

$170 $89

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$178 for a Hot-Air-Balloon Ride with Breakfast and Drinks from Arizona Hot Air Balloon Rides ($325 Value)

Arizona Hot Air Balloon Rides

Phoenix

Fly over the Sonoran Desert at sunrise, then enjoy a gourmet breakfast with mimosas

$325 $178

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Holiday Lights Tour, Pub Crawl, Treasure Hunt, or Night Hunt from Real London Bus Company (Up to 53% Off)

Real London Bus Company

Multiple Locations

Taste drinks from four venues or vie for prizes in a treasure hunt aboard a London-style double-decker bus

$50 $26

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Two-Hour Guided Electric-Bike Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Ezy Ebikes (Up to 52% Off)

Ezy Ebikes

Multiple Locations

Electric bikes make for an easy, eco-friendly ride as visitors tour beautiful and historic sites in Phoenix, Tempe, and Scottsdale

$118 $59

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$45 for an Urban Dare Adventure Race for a Two-Person Team (Up to $90 Value)

Urban Dare

Boondocks

Fast-paced competition challenges teams of two with trivia, photo hunts, and mental and physical challenges

$90 $45

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$156 for a 2,000-Foot Glider Flight for Two from Certified Glider Rides ($299 Value)

Certified Glider Rides

Peoria

Glider experience includes preflight procedures & a majestic flight with scenic views 2,000 feet above ground

$299 $156

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$51 for Off-Road Desert Segway Tour from Adventures Out West ($85 Value)

Adventures Out West

Multiple Locations

Riders rumble off the beaten path on Segway X2s during 1.5-hour jaunts replete with prehistoric landscapes and saguaro cacti

$85 $51

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Guided Motorcycle Tours for One or Two with Optional Bike Rental at Dynamic Motorcycle Tours (Up to 53% Off)

Dynamic Motorcycle Tours

Dynamic Motorcycle Tours

Led by experienced guides, riders explore breathtaking wine country as they follow the famous Apache Trail or the roads to Tombstone

$80 $39

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  • Taste It Tours
    Ranked as one of the top five tours in Phoenix by TripAdvisor, Taste It Tours explores Phoenix's bustling and burgeoning restaurants. Local experts guide groups to the restaurants that highlight Phoenix?s local eateries, weaving architectural, historical, and cultural information into their narration along the way. Most tours last three hours and may cover up to two miles on foot. The up-to-six-stop tours serve up a sampler that many guests equate to a full meal and that many bears equate to a prehibernation brunch.
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    114 W Adams St.
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Open Road Tours
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    522 E Dunlap Ave
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Desert Splash Adventures
    After learning to fly in college, Arizona native Rob Norberg flew to Alaska, where he spent 20 years traversing mountains, streams, and valleys as a fishing guide and seaplane pilot. But the Arizona climate eventually beckoned him back. Norberg now leads tours five times a day in his Cessna Caravan seaplane, carrying passengers high above sights including the Salt River Canyon, Roosevelt Dam, and Tonto Indian Ruins and providing passengers with thought-provoking facts and history. His nine-passenger plane ensures a window seat for each passenger, and comes equipped with personal headsets so they can each listen to the plane's adorable heartbeat.
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    15115 N Airport Dr.
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Pygmy Guides
    After you hike a 10-mile descent through Hualapai Canyon—past the Supai Village and breathtaking ancient geological formations—you arrive at Havasu Falls. Follow the sound of the water and you’ll find the falls, where rapids cascade 100 feet to a dazzlingly blue-green, travertine pool below. It’s one of the world's most remote and beautiful swimming holes, and Pygmy Guides’ backpacking guides, who are medically trained as wilderness first responders or wilderness EMTs, lead groups there regularly. Havasu Falls is just one of many destinations that you can explore with Pygmy Guides, a company that was founded by people who have spent more than 10 years living in and exploring Grand Canyon National Park. They lead groups to hike below the rim to see ancient rock art, hidden fossils, and california condors, walking in the footsteps of horse thieves on the Tanner Trail or along routes on the Bright Angel Trail once tread by ancestral Pueblo peoples. At Dripping Springs, water drips from the roof of a sandstone alcove so you can dilute Gatorade that tastes too sweet. Sightseers who prefer the comfort of a plush SUV can see the canyon's expansive vistas through high-powered telescopes during day tours. Each all-inclusive trip includes park fees and gourmet meals and is limited to small groups for comfort and convenience.
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    Center Loop Road
    Grand Canyon National Park, AZ US
  • Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter
    A small group of explorers stands beneath an open dome of night sky as pinpricks of starlight glitter against the expanse's dark blues and blacks. Each spot of light even seems to look much clearer from here—likely because the group is standing 9,157 feet above sea level. At the Stewart Observatory inside Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter at the mountain's summit, scientists guide visitors through the use of gear such as a 32-inch Schulman telescope—the state's largest public viewing telescope—to probe the far reaches of space to learn about celestial phenomena and take in magnified images of the universe just above. Days and nights at the center bring a slew of learning experiences to budding astronomers. Accompanied by University of Arizona scientists, Discovery Days lead explorations of topics such as tree rings, hummingbirds, and meteorology, frequently beckoning students into the surrounding outdoors. During nightly SkyNights programming, groups summit Mt. Lemmon for a five-hour evening of dining and stargazing at the observatory. One-on-one time with heavenly bodies comes courtesy of Astronomer Nights, wherein site staffers grant singles or pairs lodging, private access to the Schulman telescope, and the chance to contribute directly to the field upon discovering a supernova, nebula, or handlebar mustache on the man in the moon. Periodically, the scientific team also expounds on specific topics, such as digital celestial imaging, with the public in multiple-day workshops. Each participant builds on the Stewart Observatory's list of achievements since 1970, which include furthering infrared astronomy, surveying the moon for Apollo lunar landings, and searching for near-Earth asteroids.
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    933 North Cherry Avenue
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Arizona Balloon Classic 2011
    It begins with a flurry of activity. Balloon operators prepare for lift-off, checking equipment and tossing ropes as spectators wander the grounds, observing the action. And then it reaches a new level: dozens of balloons take flight at once, filling the crisp January dawn sky with brilliant blues, purples, oranges, and reds that rival the colors around them. The Arizona Balloon Classic's orbs then set off on an aerial hare-and-hound race, drawing cheers from below as onlookers snap pictures. For one weekend each year, visitors gather on the grounds to snap pictures and watch the balloons inflate and lift-off outside the Fear Farm Entertainment & Sports Complex for the Classic??a three-day festival celebrating hot-air balloon flight and culture. But the fun doesn't end with the descent to earth. After sunset the tethered balloons begin to glow, lighting up for the DESERT GLOWS portion of the festivities. Attendees browse exhibits and feast on treats from a variety of vendors, and children play in the Family Fun Zone. Last, on Saturday evening, sparks give balloons a run for their money, springing through the sky in a stunning fireworks display.
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    48th St. and N Loop Rd.
    Chandler, AZ US
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