Viator

  • Local: Fênix, Arizona
  • Duração: 8 horas (aproximadamente)
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Avaliado por: pgall51074 , United States of America, Novembro 2016

The steamboat Captain was very imformative. We really enjoyed the view and history of the Lake and mountains. We would do it again.

Avaliado por: Marie S , Setembro 2016

Our tour guide was terrific!

Avaliado por: Sam M , Setembro 2016

Excellent tour and excellent tour guide! Highly recommended!!!

Avaliado por: strandjeane , Agosto 2016

Wayne was our guide from pick up at the hotel to drop off. He is an amazing guide! So friendly, knowledge and funny!! We had a wonderful day. Lunch was at Tortilla Flats, very good food and a fun place to see!!! We loved the entire tour!!! Highly recommend this tour!!!

Avaliado por: Bryan K , Agosto 2016

This was a very nice and informative cruise. The captain and his deck hands were so nice and they provided assistance to see the sights and animals. Well worth the cost of the cruise and I would take it again.

Avaliado por: julie a , Agosto 2016

Excellent trip! Wayne our travel guide was fantastic and very knowledgeable of the history of the area.

Avaliado por: Jorge L , Julho 2016

The experience was very enlightening. The tour guide was exceptional as he knew the area as if he lived there his whole life. He was very pleasant to be around and very helpful with my handicap.

Avaliado por: Richard S , Junho 2016

Highly recommend this tour! The instructor was so knowledgeable about absolutely everything, from the history of the area to the native plants and animals. Really enjoyed the ghost town and the boat tour, however they could have skipped the first stop (movie set) in my opinion.

Avaliado por: Alexandru M , Abril 2016

The tour was great. The guide gave us all kind of interesting information and answered our questions.
The actual cruise was nice but having binoculars would have made it great.
The stop at Tortilla Flat where we had lunch was a high point.
Highly recommended tour.

Avaliado por: Michael G , Março 2016

Wayne was a great tour guide! Knew his stuff. Do a lot of traveling with Tauck Tours 5 stars and he could work for them!
Mike and Mary Ann
Chicago

Avaliado por: Michael D , Outubro 2015

OK First I have to apologize. My 1st review a couple of days ago was lost!?
So let me begin again that our tour guide Wayne Parker was probably the best guide we have ever had traveling throughout the the country. We were picked up at our designated hotel promptly and from the that moment we were given amazing information thru the areas of Phoenix and the surrounding mountains side. From the celebrity homes on the mountains to the plants n trees surrounding the various neighborhoods Wayne was informative and very entertaining! But when we got unto the Superstition Mountain /Apache Trail his narrative of all that was around us came to life. We almost felt like it was in the 1800s, traveling on a covered wagon to our destination on a very winding road!! to Canyon Lake, except we were in an A/C van.lol Upon arriving at the lake we boarded the Dolly Stearn Wheeler for a 90 minute cruise that was spectacular viewing cliffs, eagles, and other wildlife that hoestly pictures could not capture the true beauty of this hidden lake! After the cruise Wayne took us to 2 old west mining towns and as a group WE decided to have lunch at Tortilla Flats.
There we were able to stroll thru this facinating town and my wife even panned for gold. On our way back we ran into a big traffic jam. Undeterred, Wayne took the first exit off the the expressway and took the side streets to keep us moving, giving us additional information on the neighborhoods we were traveling thru. Great job Wayne, and again Donna n I Thank You!

Avaliado por: Erica G , Junho 2015

Chris was a great guide. It was also a great group. We had a really enjoyable day. Got to see some real wildlife - bald eagles, big horn sheep and fish in Canyon Lake. It was a beautiful day all the way around.

Avaliado por: un , Dezembro 2013

Had a great time exploring the area Our tour guide was a local with so much knowledge. Had a good time meeting new people. Definetlu would reccommend

Avaliado por: bK , Outubro 2013

The Apache Trail was a scary ride if you don't like heights. The road had very few guard rails but the view was well worth the trip. Canyon Lake had some spectacular views., the paddle boat was pleasant and relaxing. This was a great trip to get the feel of the land during the mining era. The tour guide was great at explaining history of the area. The tour guides on the Viator Tours I booked were excellent.

Avaliado por: Denise R , Abril 2013

Wonderful tour going up the Apache Trail where mule teams once hauled the men and materials that made Roosevelt Lake. This amazing story comes to life on this tour. Plus seeing the desert is marvelous, and our tour guide was most informative about everything in Phoenix. The cruise was magical; we floated past canyon walls spotting eagles and big horn desert sheep. Loved the old mining town of Goldfield where we had just enough time to tour the gold mine on our own; it was amazing. The hard life of the miners boggles the mind. The guide there was also most entertaining and informative, but u need to ask if there's enough time to squeeze in this extra. I recommend you do it if possible. The lunch stop at Tortilla Flat was fine but we used the time there to see he tiny museum there about Roosevelt Lake.

Avaliado por: Starr W , Fevereiro 2013

This was a fabulous tour. Not too long (8:30 - 3pm) but full of information. Our guide new the area and loved it. He was full of information and it was interesting and appropriate for our area.

Avaliado por: RUTH J , USA, Fevereiro 2013

This was a lovely tour that showed us many forms of cactus and desert plants and the lake cruise was also very nice. The tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history of Arizona and also the varieties of desert plants. We learned many things we didin't know before and we have visited Arizona many times. He was also considerate enough to bring bottled water for each of us. I definitely recommend this tour. Ruth J., Ft Worth

Avaliado por: Carol S , Fevereiro 2013

It was a wonderfully enjoyable day. A bit long (but we were the first pick up and the last drop off). The guide was very knowledgeable and the steamboat guide was equally as entertaining and informative. Definitely an area of the valley that we would like to revisit at our leisure

Avaliado por: Edward D , USA, Agosto 2008

Truly awe inspiring experience in the canyon looking up and on the road looking down! Decided that if we moved to Arizona, it would be to the foot of the Superstition Mountains! Loved the food in Tortilla Flat.

Avaliado por: Victor R , Mexico, Agosto 2008

Places, travel and the guide was great, it really exceeded my expectations. I have widely recommended this tour.

Avaliado por: Justin K , USA, Novembro 2007

The drivers were fantastic - extremely knowledgeable.

Avaliado por: Anônimo , USA, Novembro 2007

This trip was a great way to see the desert, and to learn about the area. Our tour guide drove us along the apache trail, with several stops along the way and then we rode on a steamboat on the canyon river. We were picked up promptly at 800 am and returned to our hotel at 400 pm. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and friendly and stayed with us all day! We definitely recommend this trip and would use this company again. Thank you.

Avaliado por: William K , Dezembro 2013

The trip was interesting but the ghost town was not impressive.

Avaliado por: Kristi H , Fevereiro 2013

This was a good tour, the bigget downfall is there is not enough time at the Gold Mining Town, Steamboat Cruise and Tortilla Flats add to the tour, making it a nice relaxing day.

Avaliado por: Barbara C , Novembro 2012

It was a very nice tour, the driver was friendly and familiar with the area and the steamboat cruise was beautiful and relaxing. The views were spectacular. If I were to complain about anything it would be the stop at Goldfield, which was too short to do much and most of the shops were closed.