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Sonoran Guides

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7325 E 28th Street
Tucson, AZ 85710

Phone:
520-245-1894
Basics
Activities:
Hiking

Description

Tucson based Sonoran guides offers a premier guiding service, including bird watching, trekking, rock climbing, and field-based naturalist courses. Join us for the experience of a life time in the heart of the majestic Sonoran Desert, where Sierra Madres Mountains from Mexico merge with desert scrub from the west and Rocky Moutains form the north, creating incredibly diverse habitat for plants and animals, and a range of recreational opportunities. Our trips include transportation, meals and beverages (and yes, we like good coffee, even if it is hot outside )and as much as you'd like to hear about local flora and fauna. We specialize in creating trips tailored to your needs and special requests, determined to give you absolute satisfaction and plenty of photo opportunities.

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Activity Type:
Hiking

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