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Antelope Canyon


One of the most photographed places in Northern Arizona, Antelope Canyon can be experienced through the eyes of a native with a Navajo guide. To older Navajos, entering a place like Antelope Canyon is like entering a cathedral. Here, Mother Nature offers a place to be in harmony with something greater than oneself.


KAYAKING, RAFTING, TUBING & BOATING The City’s outskirts are chock-full of lakes, watering holes and rivers. Some of the larger lakes have great facilities for boating, dinner boat cruises or houseboat and water craft rentals. If you’ve decided to spend time in Northern Arizona, you may want to book one of the Scottsdale-based Forever Resorts sumptuous houseboats, which are all about charting your own course. Your schedule is quickly reduced to the calm quiet of sunrise, and the colorful sunset over the lake. You’ll journey through awe- inspiring canyons and lakes setting your own schedule.


SHOOTING Arizona has a bit of a wild west reputation and shooting is a part of that. The Ben Avery Shooting Facility is one of the largest publicly operated shooting facilities in the country.


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Aerogelic Ballooning 602.402.8041 • 866.359.8329 AerogelicBallooning.com


Based in Phoenix, Aerogelic Ballooning has been delivering breathtaking hot-air balloon rides since 1976. With a commitment to making your hot air balloon ride the most memorable experience of your life, Aerogelic Ballooning is sure to take your breath away. Our staff prides itself on providing for your needs and desires. From champagne picnics to full service hot air balloon rides for corporate parties, Aerogelic Ballooning’s reputation as the premier hot-air balloon ride service means you get professional service and an unequaled experience.


Antelope Canyon Tours 22 S. Lake Powell Blvd., Page, AZ 86040 928.645.9102 • 866.645.9102 antelopecanyon.com


Antelope Point Marina Navajo Route 22B, Page, AZ 86040 800.255.5561 Travel-Forever.com/15azme


Arizona’s Desert Events 602.569.4889 azdesertevents.com


Arizona Outback Adventures 480.945.2881 • 866.455.1601 aoa-adventures.com theadventureteam.net


Arizona Renaissance Festival 12601 US 60, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 520.463.2600 renfestinfo.com


Arizona Star Tours 520.668.1871 ArizonaStarTours.com


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A tour to this awe-inspiring sculpture set in stone is a must for amateur and professional photographers. Come with our Navajo guides to see Mother Nature’s work of art.


Discover over 92 major canyons and the majestic Rainbow Bridge National Monument aboard a houseboat. Soak up the solitude – or run on waves for hours with watercraft rentals of your choice. Not to mention its unsurpassed guest services and amenities. Your houseboat awaits.


The Sonoran Desert, with its majestic mountains, sentinel saguaros and spectacular sunsets, are the backdrop for our Jeep Tours & Cowboy Cookouts. Native American and Western Guides offer professionally guided off-road Nature Historical Tours. Our Rustic Cowboy Cookouts and Upscale Desert Dining Cookouts are offered in a private scenic ranch setting and are a “one of a kind” Arizona dining experience.


AOA is the Southwest’s premier adventure company conducting innovative teambuilding events for groups of 10 to 650 people and offering quality bike rentals and half-day guided tours in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona including hiking, mountain biking, road biking, kayaking, and river rafting. AOA maintains a rental bike fleet of 300+ bikes including comfort, hybrid, and high performance road and mountain bikes. AOA also operates multi- day guided trips throughout the Southwest. Individuals and groups are welcome.


Consider the 27th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival for a unique and fun-filled venue for your event! The Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 13-stage theater, a 30-acre circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast – all rolled into one non- stop, day-long time travel adventure! Walk through our gates to be transported back to a simpler more jovial time. February 7 – March 29, 2015 – Saturdays, Sundays & Presidents’ Day Monday.


Experience the night sky like never before with a tour of the universe at your next event. Our friendly, knowledgeable astronomers set up BIG telescopes at your resort, hotel or event property for a fun, educational evening of stargazing that is sure to amaze your guests. See the moon, planets, star clusters, nebulae, galaxies and more. “You’ll never see the sky the same.


This world-class shooting range is a City of Phoenix Point of Pride and has received a Five Star rating from the National Association of Shooting Ranges. Located on 1650 acres in north Phoenix, the facility averages more than 120,000 shooters per year. The facility offers are wide array of target shooting opportunities. For a “softer” approach, VIP Airsoft is a military simulation sport where players participate in mock combat with authentic military-style weapons and tactics. Unlike paintball, airsoft uses 6mm round BBs made of hard plastic. The guns used are full scale replicas of real world weapons. The game is a great team builder, encouraging teamwork, communication and goal realization in an intense environment. Participants learn tactical thinking, problem solving, crisis management and leadership. Airsoft’s 19,000 square foot facility includes more than 30 rooms and three towers in a cityscape layout.


BOWLING If all of the above seem a bit too intense for your group – bowling might just be for you! Lucky Strike has 12 state-of-the- art lanes plus three tournament-quality billiard tables.


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