Arizona Adventure Travel
Snowy Peaks, Saguaro Deserts & Savory Wines
Arizona adventure travel has something for everyone. From the saguaro-studded expanse of the Sonoran Desert to the snowy peaks of Flagstaff, and the roaring waters of Havasu Fall, Arizona is a land of seemingly impossible diversity
Relax for a well-deserved soak in the swirling, mineral-rich waters of a natural Jacuzzi tub after a long hike. Learn the story of the "Two Brothers," the stone pillars perched above the village of Supai, before mailing a postcard from the village post office – the only remaining site in the U.S. still delivering mail by mule train. Explore the red cliffs of Sedona, bike to Tuzigoot National Monument, and discover Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Savor the buttery hues of an award-winning Arizona chardonnay and top off your day with a refreshing swim under a desert waterfall or sipping a frosty ice cream float at the Snow-Cap Drive-In along Historic Route 66.
"One of my favorite parts of this trip was watching my three girls tackle their fears. They tried things they would never normally try, like jumping off of waterfalls, and climbing down rock walls. I also loved our guides - watching the three of them get so much enjoyment out of what they were doing was inspiring for all of us." Barbara Morris - Greenwich, CT
Austin-Lehman's Arizona Adventure Vacations:
|Arizona | Havasupai
Havasu Falls features cascading waterfalls, natural Jacuzzi whirlpools, canyon hiking and deluxe camping with the world leader in adventure travel and hiking vacations.
Why Choose an Arizona Adventure Vacation?
Whether you want to bike through Coconino National Forest, relax in the travertine-rich waters at the base of Havasu Falls, or explore downtown Sedona, Austin-Lehman’s Arizona adventure tours has something for everyone. Hike from 5,400 feet down a trail into the canyon where you will enter the village of Supai, the most remote village in the U.S., where the mail still arrives by packhorse! Here at 3,200 feet, Cottonwood-lined paths lead through the village and into the Canyon’s backcountry. Hike to base camp past the 80-foot Navajo Falls and 100-foot Havasu Falls. Sleep under the stars or retire to your spacious tent. Bike from Prescott to Flagstaff, and discover the Colorado Plateau, the red rocks of Sedona, and the forests of Flagstaff along the way. Visit a 3,000 year old pueblo that originally consisted of 110 rooms, see Sunset Crater Volcano, whose eruption 900 years ago reshaped the areas landscape forever, and relax at the Hassayampa Inn, a historic hotel that has been a haven for artists and actors alike since 1927.