Stepping out into the brilliant sunshine on a warm winter’s day in Tucson is enough to make you pause and take a deep breath in. So many options for outdoor adventure, as Tucson is surrounded by five mountain ranges and has a national park on either side of the city. This breathtaking landscape provides scenic vistas and endless opportunities for outdoor activities once you step out of the ballroom.
For some adventure and education in the Sonoran Desert, the best way to experience the magic and beauty is a jeep tour. These guided tours stop along the way to share information regarding the Sonoran Desert. You’ll see ancient petroglyphs on the rocks created by the Hohokam peoples thousands of years ago, and you may find pottery shards just as old on the ground nearby.
Or how about a horseback trail ride into Saguaro National Park? You’ll be riding amongst the giant cactus with breathtaking views in all directions. Hot tip: take the sunset trail ride for spectacular picture worthy vistas.
What about golf on one of the many beautiful championship courses around town? Golf is back and here to stay! High desert golf offers a serene landscape you won’t find anywhere else, with courses designed by top golfer such as Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.
Visit Tucson’s incentives are hard to pass up! Take advantage of the YOU FLY WE BUY program for custom site inspections. This promotion offers up to two round-trip airline tickets for qualified RFPs.
The MASTER ACCOUNT CREDIT promotion applies a credit directly to the group’s master account at the conclusion of the meeting. The program is based on actualized pickup, and can be up to $5,000.00.
Learn more about these programs at: TucsonOnUs.com
So many unique options can be found in Tucson. Brands that you know and trust, like Hilton and Omni, but also luxurious and historical boutique hotels and resorts. Tucson is home to destination spas, such as Canyon Ranch and also Miraval Resort, and if your group is seeking even more adventure, try out one of the award-winning dude ranches.
City Of Gastronomy
As the first UNESCO City of Gastronomy in the United States, Tucson is proud of it’s thriving food scene. Award-winning chefs create culinary masterpieces cooking with the same ingredients that have been used in this region for hundreds of years. Take a stop at the Mission Gardens to discover more about these heritage foods. But to really taste Tucson you must try the Sonoran Hot Dog, and Tucson offers a James Beard award-winning version. A mesquite smoked bacon-wrapped dog, on a special bun, pinto beans, jalapeño peppers and onions. It’s simply addictive.