Sightseeing in Tucson is kind of spectacular. There’s no view quite like it! Everything from desert landscapes to beautiful mountains, we’ve got it all. Check it out from high in the sky with these two great options here in Tucson!
Get High…In The Sky That Is! Sightseeing In Tucson
If you are planning to pop the question or just want to have an epic, unforgettable night (or day), check out Volare Helicopters.
Volare has different options, like Mount Lemmon, Saguaro National Park, or Downtown Tucson for helicopter tours. It also has a special Proposal Flight which comes with champagne, a photographer and video footage. How cool is that?!
When it comes to sightseeing in Tucson you really can’t go wrong with a birds eye view. You can avoid any crowds, beat the heat, and ride in style. It’s truly a one of a kind experience that you won’t be quick to forget.
Not to mention it’s a whole new way to see the city, if you live in Tucson I’m sure you will see things that you never encountered on foot or in a car!
Where can I learn more about taking a helicopter ride with Volare Helicopters?
You can check out the Volare Helicopters website and learn more about their rates, booking requirements, and more. They have lots of great details, deals, and information so you can plan with confidence and make your trip a special and exciting moment!
Tucson Balloon Rides
Looking for another awesome and unique way to do some sightseeing in Tucson? Take a hot air balloon ride! You can coast over our beautiful desert and mountain views from a hot air balloon. Tucson Balloon Rides offers a ‘Sonoran Sunrise’ flight followed by champagne and brunch. You’ll also get pictures from your flight.
This is a great date night (or morning rather) activity and it’s so unique that you’ll be telling the story for years to come. A hot air balloon ride is such an exciting and fun way to explore Tucson, you won’t regret the decision to try it out!
Where can I learn more about taking Tucson Balloon Rides?
The Tucson Balloon Rides webpage has all the info you will need to get started. It has booking information, tips about what to expect, and they even let you know what to expect in case the weather changes…hello Mother Nature is in control with this type of transportation 🙂
I want to live in Tucson! Where can I find great Tucson Apartments?
I’m so glad to hear you say that…even if it’s just what I’m hoping you’re saying! If you are looking to live in Tucson you have come to the right place. We have so many great options for Tucson apartments and they’re all pet friendly apartments in Tucson as well…so no worries if you are coming into the apartment hunt with pets! We love them!
We’re shining a spotlight on two amazing MCLife Communities here in Tucson this week, The Place at 2120 and The Place at Riverwalk. They’re both loaded with amenities and features, have a variety of layouts and pricing options to choose from, and they come with our MCLife Promises which we take to heart, we never stop working to create communities that we can be proud of for people just like you!
What else can I do in Tucson? | Tucson Living:
There’s SO MUCH to see and do in Tucson…I’m not sure how anyone could ever be bored in this city. It seems like everyday there is something new popping up that we should all check out. Here are some of our other posts about activities in Tucson.
Some are places to see, some are festivals, others are adventures that you won’t want to miss out on. Plan ahead for next year, take advantage of the cooler weather now during the Fall or use these as a guide to plan your next visit…the possibilities are endless!
- Dog Days at the Tucson Botanical Gardens
- There Is Nothing Like An Arizona Sunset!
- Try The Chimichanga That Changed Mexican Cuisine As We Know It!
- A Tucson Classic is Back: Horse Racing at Rillito Park Racetrack
- Celebrate the 94th Annual La Fiesta de los Vaqueros & Tucson Rodeo
- January In Tucson | Winter Activities
- Celebrate Cinco De Mayo With Tucson’s Best Taco Spots!
- Book Lovers Unite! It’s time for the Tucson Book Festival!
- Explore Tucson’s New Murals This Summer!