Grand Canyon Tours from Phoenix
Arizona is the twelfth largest metropolis in the United States
with a population of just over four million people. It's big.
And it is a popular destination for sporting events (especially
Winter golf), and the city hosts many conventions. Contrary to
popular belief it has actually snowed in Phoenix, but that weather
phenomenon is so rare that the such a freak snow storm usually makes
national and world news. Hot and warm is the usual order of
the day. The city is aptly named after a charred bird.
The Best Times to visit Phoenix
The best time to visit Phoenix is in the Winter.
Period. The early Spring and late Fall can be okay. But
Phoenix is unbearably hot in the Summer. It is true that the
runway at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport hasn't actually melted, but the
temperature has gotten so high that they had to ground flights
because the aircraft specification charts didn't go that high.
It is better to avoid Phoenix in May through October, and head to
Flagstaff in the Summer
and Sedona in the Spring
Available Tours from Phoenix
Yes, that is all we currently
offer from Phoenix and Scottsdale. But, fear not, our
reservationists have lots of friends in the "Valley of the Sun".
Give us a call, and we can find more for you to do.
Phoenix and it's suburbs have literally thousands of hotels.
So, we had to pick and choose. Our tours pick up at many of
the hotels in Eastern Phoenix and
the ritzy suburb of Scottsdale. All of our tours pick up only
at the Phoenix and Scottsdale hotels that are listed on this site.
If your hotel is not on the list, then don't worry. We will
give you the easiest and most convenient location to meet your tour.
The phone numbers to call are at the top and bottom of this page.
Toll Free: 1-800-957-4557 Local & International Telephone: 1-928-814-2277
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