We like booking visitors for multiple tours; not just for the obvious reason that it’s good for the company, but because they get the full experience and go away happier. That means they’re more likely to come back to visit Arizona again.
Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) October 27, 2009 –-
Explore Arizona Tours releases a “Top 5 Things to See in Arizona” to guide visitors, tourists and residents alike who want to see and/or experience all the state has to offer. As the Grand Canyon state Arizona receives a large number of visitors searching for Grand Canyon tours; and a large portion of them are international visitors. But Explore Arizona Tours wants to make it clear that the state has additional aspects that visitors find uniquely Arizonan.
Top 5 Things to See in Arizona:
1. The Grand Canyon: while it isn’t the only amazing sight in the state, it is amazing. No would try to deny that fact. It’s one of the “Wonders of the World” for a reason. It’s absolutely wondrous.
2. Cactus: The barrel cactus is symbol of Arizona that is best experienced in its natural environment. Taking a desert tour provides plenty of opportunity to see a wide variety of barrel cacti in the open.
3. Nature Hikes: the chance to take an amazing hike (regardless of difficulty level required) is something that can be found throughout the state. For instance, the Superstition Mountains outside of Phoenix, Arizona offer great day trip opportunities and certain areas of the Santa Rita Mountains are recognized as some of the best birding locations in the nation.
4. Ghost Towns: Arizona holds a lot of “Old West” history.
5. Caverns and Caves: One of the various opportunities to explore the underground sights is through visiting such places as Kartchner Cavers State Park.
Tyson Bailey of Explore Arizona Tours suggested, “We like booking visitors for multiple tours; not just for the obvious reason that it’s good for the company, but because they get the full experience and go away happier. That means they’re more likely to come back to visit Arizona again.”
Explore Arizona Tours continues to see visitors interested in a wide range of Arizona tourist locations with a majority beginning with interest in the Grand Canyon. Second time visitors often prefer to discuss destinations offering outdoor recreational opportunities or overnight excursions. Regardless of the requested destination, Explore Arizona Tours offering experience and knowledge their website, online chat, telephone inquiries, and email requests.
For further information on Explore Arizona Tours or the Arizona tourism industry get in touch with Tyson Bailey at 888-399-3531. Or you can visit Explore Arizona Tours online at http://www.explorearizonatours.com.
Contact: Tyson Bailey
Company: Explore Arizona Tours