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Sunny Tucson & The Old West

Sunny Tucson & The Old West

This is a flight tour offered through Premier World Discovery from the Moline, IL Airport. Please Note: Transportation to & from Airport , and Trailways Host are NOT included for this tour. You will be greeted by a Premier Tour Manager upon arriving at the destination airport and join fellow travelers in your group.

Sunny Tucson & The Old West

Featuring a 5-Night Resort Stay


March 12-17, 2023



• 5 Nights in Tucson

• Tucson City Tour

• Mission San Xavier del Bac

• Pima Air & Space Museum

• Bisbee

• Queen Mine Tour

• Tombstone

• The O.K. Corral & Boothill Cemetery

• Kartchner Caverns State Park

• Saguaro National Park

• Sonoran Desert Museum



• 5 Nights - Hilton El Conquistador Resort, Tucson, Arizona



• Roundtrip Airfare - MLI (Moline)

• 5 Nights First Class Resort Hotel

• 8 Meals (5 Breakfasts / 3 Dinners)

• Professional Tour Director

• Motorcoach Transportation (While on Tour)

• Admissions per Itinerary

• Comprehensive Sightseeing

• Baggage Handling at Hotels

• Hotel Transfers


Tour Pricing:

$3199 per person Double

$4174 per person Single


Deposit & Final Payment: 

A deposit of $300 per person is due with reservation form to secure reservations. Final payment is due Tuesday, December 27, 2022.



Make your final payment by check prior to the final payment due date and receive $200 per person booking discount

Day 1

DAY 1: ARRIVE PHOENIX, ARIZONA Meet your Tour Director and transfer to Tucson to check into your resort for a fivenight stay. Tucson gets more sun than any other city in the US with 350 days each year. Settle in before tonight’s Welcome Dinner at the resort.


Day 2

DAY 2: TUCSON SIGHTSEEING - MISSION SAN XAVIER DEL BAC - PIMA AIR & SPACE MUSEUM This morning enjoy a Tucson City Tour to see Barrio Historico, the finest collection of adobe homes in the Southwest, and the historic University of Arizona Campus and University District. Enjoy free time for lunch and shopping at the Old Town Artisans Tucson District. Located on the site of El Presidio San Augustin del Tucson, the fort was built by the Spanish in 1775, the 150-year-old adobe building has six distinctive shops & galleries featuring fine arts & crafts from local and regional artists. Next visit the Pima Air & Space Museum to enjoy a one-hour narrated tram tour covering the 80 acres with more than 150 airplanes. Then have time to explore the numerous hangars and exhibits. Later discover the origins of Tucson with a visit to the famous Mission San Xavier del Bac, a National Historic Landmark. San Xavier del Bac Mission is also known as “The White Dove of The Desert” and was founded as a Catholic mission in 1692. The oldest intact European structure in Arizona, the church’s interior is filled with marvelous original statuary and mural paintings. Return to the resort for an evening on your own.


Day 3

DAY 3: TUCSON - BISBEE - TOMBSTONE Today take a trip back to the Old West as you visit historic Bisbee. Whimsical, colorful and perhaps a little haunted, Bisbee is anything but an ordinary destination. Following the discovery of gold, lead, zinc and copper in the nearby Mule Mountains, Bisbee grew to a population of 20,000 residents and the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco in the early 1900’s and voted as the “Best Historic Small Town in America”. Upon arrival we will don hardhats and slickers and experience the Queen Mine Tour 1500 feet below ground. Following the tour you will have time to explore the colorful and well preserved architecture, winding streets and alleys. Next travel to Tombstone, in its early days Tombstone was a rough and tumble silver-mining town made famous by the O.K. Corral gunfight. Today, you can walk where Wyatt Earp walked, see where the infamous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place, visit American Old West historic places such as the Tombstone Courthouse and Bird Cage Theatre. ‘Mosey’ into one of the many Old West-style saloons & restaurants. Stop at the infamous Boothill Cemetery, just outside of Tombstone, then travel back to Tucson. This evening dinner is at a popular local restaurant featuring Southwest cuisine.

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Day 4

DAY 4: KARTCHNER CAVERNS - TUCSON AFTERNOON AS YOU WISH This morning visit Kartchner Caverns State Park and enter the secret underground world millions of years in the making featuring exotic cave formations rarely seen elsewhere. Marvel at nature’s creations in this living and contained ecosystem. Discover delicate soda straw formations, gravity-defying helictites and drapes of waving flowstone. Return to the resort for an afternoon and evening at leisure. Relax at your fabulous resort by the pool, visit the spa, or maybe venture out for a hike, a round of golf or to a local restaurant.


Day 5

DAY 5: TUCSON - SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK - SONORAN DESERT MUSEUM After breakfast depart for the ArizonaSonoran Desert Museum to explore over 90 acres the museum has to offer. This unique museum offers exhibits, vignettes, and collections illustrating the beauty & diversity of the native environment. With 85% of the museum being outdoors, you will get to experience over 1,400 native plant and animal species, naturally. This afternoon visit Saguaro National Park. The iconic and giant saguaro is the universal symbol of the American west. These majestic plants, found only in a small portion of the United States, are protected by Saguaro National Park, to the east and west of the modern city of Tucson. We will stop at the visitor center and head into the west end of the park to view large stands of saguaro cacti. A Farewell Dinner is included this evening with your new found friends at a popular local restaurant.

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Day 6

DAY 6: TUCSON - PHOENIX - FLIGHT HOME Transfer back to Phoenix and fly home with wonderful memories of Sunny Tucson & the Old West.


B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

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