Arizona, United States
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clock-o8 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Ride the old fashioned Dolly Steamboat through the slot canyon at Canyon Lake and then hit the Apache Trail through the Sonora Desert on this tour from the Phoenix area. After your narrated cruise, visit the small town of Tortilla Flat, taking in views of the rare desert landscape along the way.
  • Dolly Steamboat and Apache Trail tour from Phoenix area
  • Take a 90-minute guided cruise through a slot canyon on an old-fashioned steamboat
  • Look out for wildlife like long horn sheep and eagles along the way
  • Ride a van through the Sonora Desert, a rare desert environment found in the American Southwest and Mexico
  • Lunch in the historic mining town of Tortilla Flat
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

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e
, Apr 2018

Great trip. Great guide.

B
, Mar 2018

The Apache Trail and Dolly Steamboat Tour was amazing. Great tour.

S
, Feb 2017

The trip was enjoyable and informative. We especially liked learning about the terrain, geology, and vegetation of the Sonoran Desert. Our short walk around the nature trail at Superstition Mountain Park packed in a lot of information about the incredible Sonoran plants. I think we should have done this tour before going on our own to the Desert Botanical Gardens. Canyon Lake is spectacular and the boat cruise very pleasant. The captain provided a lot of relevant information, but did not talk non-stop which unfortunately some boat guides do. At times they played some appropriate music as a background. You probably need a windbreaker or jacket if you want to sit outside.
Our tour guide, Kim, was very pleasant, knowledgeable, and helpful. She also told us a lot about the history of how Arizona was settled and eventually became a state.
The lunch stopover at Tortilla Flat was a bit hectic because it was extremely crowded, both at the restaurant and on the patio altho the burgers were good once we got them! There is very little to see or do at Tortilla Flat aside from eating. We have never been to Goldfield Ghost Town, but we thought that perhaps it might have made a more interesting stopping point.

B
, Feb 2017

We had an excellent experience yesterday. It was very educational, scenic and Kimberly was quite knowledgeable.


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