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Aventura salvaje en todoterreno por Sonora

Scottsdale, Estados Unidos

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Experiencia ofrecida por Jeremy

3 horas
Incluye: bebidas, entradas, transporte
Hasta 10 personas
Hablamos Inglés

Qué harás

Our rigorous Sonoran Desert Jeep Tour is a low-speed, bumpy sightseeing tour of the scenic Sonoran desert via the Tonto National Forest. Learn about the Sonoran desert flora and fauna while enjoying insider access to the most scenic trails in the Scottsdale area. Your daytime tour will trek through spectacular Jeep trails leading to the Verde River, where guests can catch a glimpse of our roaming wild horse population.

As an Airbnb experience, you will avoid our large tour crowds and will be in a small group of 10 or fewer guests. You will be paired with our highest rated tour guides.

Vehicles used: Modified open-air Jeep Gladiator (14 seats), Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (6 seats), and Jeep YJ (7 seats).

Off-Road Jeep Adventures is a special recreation permit-holder through the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Cave Creek Ranger District and the U.S. Department of the Interior: Bureau of Land Management.
Other things to note
Please show up 30 minutes prior to the start time.

Closed-toed shoes required (No sandals)

This is a guide-led tour; guests will not drive the vehicle.

This Jeep tour is a very bumpy ride.

If a private tour is not purchased, you will likely share the Jeep with others guests.
Our rigorous Sonoran Desert Jeep Tour is a low-speed, bumpy sightseeing tour of the scenic Sonoran desert via the Tonto National Forest. Learn about the Sonoran desert flora and fauna while enjoying insider access to the most scenic trails in the Scottsdale area. Your daytime tour will trek through spectacular Jeep trails leading to the Verde River, where guests can catch a glimpse of our roaming wild horse population.

As an Airbnb ex…

El compromiso de Jeremy con la seguridad

Este anfitrión se comprometió a cumplir las pautas de seguridad y limpieza de Airbnb relacionadas con la COVID-19, como respetar las normas de distanciamiento social, practicar una buena higiene y garantizar que todos los participantes lleven una mascarilla.
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Qué incluye

  • Bebidas
  • Entradas
    Tonto National Forest pass
  • Transporte
Desde $99
por persona
mié., 27 ene.
12:00 - 15:00
$99 por persona
$99 por persona
jue., 28 ene.
12:00 - 15:00
$99 por persona
$99 por persona
vie., 29 ene.
12:00 - 15:00
$99 por persona
$99 por persona

Conoce al anfitrión, Jeremy

Anfitrión en Airbnb desde 2018
  • 12 reseñas
  • Identidad verificada
I am a local tour guide and business owner in Scottsdale, Arizona. My family has been doing Sonoran desert Jeep tours in the Scottsdale area for over 30 years. I am an expert in Sonoran desert flora and fauna and will educate you as we trek through the scenic trails of the Tonto National Forest, located in North Scottsdale. I am licensed through the U.S. Forest Service to operate on exclusive, beautiful trails isolated from city life. I am an off-road driving instructor who trains and certifies local Jeep tour drivers. I will safely take you on an extreme off-road excursion through steep slopes, narrow corridors, and daring terrain best accessible to my fleet of Jeeps Wranglers. With over 30 years of experience, we ensure a safe, entertaining, and memorable experience.
I am a local tour guide and business owner in Scottsdale, Arizona. My family has been doing Sonoran desert Jeep tours in the Scottsdale area for over 30 years. I am an expert in Sonoran desert flora and fauna and will educate you as we trek through the scenic trails of the Tonto National Forest, located in North Scottsdale. I am licensed through the U.S. Forest Service to operate on exclusive, beautiful trails isolated from city life. I am an off-road driving instructor who trains and certifies…
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Donde estarás

We conduct all off-road Jeep tours on the rough and bumpy trails of the Tonto National Forest, where we are commercially licensed to operate through the U.S. Forest Service. The portion of the Tonto National Forest where we will be located is off the northeast edge of Scottsdale, west of the Verde River, southeast of Carefree, and northwest of the town of Rio Verde.

Lee todas las reseñas. Recibiste 12 reseñas con una calificación de 5.0 sobre 5.

Vicki
enero de 2021
Our guide Nick was top notch. He was so knowlegable and friendly. He kept our teenagers engaged. Our daughter is still talking about the different cactus species by name!
Joe
diciembre de 2020
Nick was a fantastic tour guide! He is very friendly and patient. He loves the outdoors and is very experienced with the Sonora Desert flora and fauna.
Johnathan
enero de 2020
What a ride!! I had so much fun! This was a great tour! Learned so much about the culture and history. He interacted with the group wonderfully and always made sure we were ok. As a solo traveler I’m always looking for exciting experiences and this was it! Would definitely recommend.
What a ride!! I had so much fun! This was a great tour! Learned so much about the culture and history. He interacted with the group wonderfully and always made sure we were ok. As…
Kari
diciembre de 2020
We had a great time and learned a lot of interesting things about the dessert and history of the area.
Mike
diciembre de 2020
Our host Trevis was great! Super knowledgeable on everywhere he took us.
Abbey
diciembre de 2020
Trevis was an amazing tour guide!! Interesting, fun, and made the trip a a special experience.

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Política de cancelación

Todas las experiencias pueden cancelarse y reembolsarse completamente dentro de las 24 horas posteriores a la compra, o al menos 7 días antes del inicio de la experiencia.

Requisitos para los huéspedes

Pueden participar hasta 10 participantes de cualquier edad.

Qué llevar

Closed-toed Shoes (No sandals)

December to February bring a coat/jacket.