Trips & Tours

For more information or reservations, please contact Free Spirit Vacations and Events at 480-926-5547 or [email protected]

Please note: Due to decreased capacity restrictions, it is important to book early, as space is limited.

Utah Mighty 5 from Phoenix

Departs first Sunday of every month

Price: $1,899 pp/double; $2,249 pp/single

Join us for a 7-day adventure through Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion National Parks. These magnificent parks are known as the Utah Mighty 5. Each park will enable you to see unique geological formations, all within the region of Southern Utah. It will be a week you won’t soon forget!

Yarnell and Prescott Hiking

March 12-13, 2021

Price: $250 pp/double; $325 pp/single

Travel to Yarnell for a morning hike in Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park. Also, visit the Shrine of St. Joseph of the Mountains, a Catholic shrine with Stations of the Cross statues made of concrete in 1939 by starving folk artist Felix Lucero, who lived under a bridge in Tucson. It was burned by a wildfire in 2013, but the statues still stand. Continue to Prescott for the evening. On day two, hike around Watson Lake before returning home.

Big Bend National Park

March 20-24, 2021

Price: $895 pp/double; $1,225 pp/single

Big Bend National Park preserves the largest tracts of Chihuahuan Desert topography and ecology in the U.S. It contains vegetation belts along the Rio Grande, the sparseness of the Chihuahuan Desert, the peaks of the Chisos Mountains, the limestone outcrops of Persimmon Gap, and Boquillas Canyon.

Salsa Trail

April 6-8, 2021

Price: $625 pp/double; $775 pp/single

The Arizona Salsa Trail is a collection of Mexican restaurants in Safford and its surrounding towns that offer a mouthwatering selection of salsas. The trail follows the Old West Highway (U.S. 70) through the towns of Pima, Thatcher, Safford, and Solomon, then heads south into Willcox.

Old West Highway & Lunch

April 9, 2021

Price: $109 per person

Travel the scenic Old West Highway. Visit the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, the World’s Smallest Museum, Besh Ba Gowah Ruins, and the Pickle Barrel Trading Post. Lunch is included.

Copper Canyon Mexico

April 17-24, 2021

Price: $1,895 pp/double; $2,225 pp/single

Copper Canyon, the largest canyon in North America, is home to the least acculturated Native Americans in North America, the Tarahumara Indians, who are semi-nomadic cliff dwellers. The “Train Ride in the Sky” is one of the most dramatic railway journeys in the Western Hemisphere as it travels through 86 tunnels and 37 trestles.

Verde Valley Overnight

April 27-28, 2021

Price: $395 pp/double; $475 pp/single

Highlights of this overnight getaway include first-class seating on the Verde Canyon Railroad and the Copper Art Museum. Overnight is at the Best Western Cottonwood Inn.

Verde Canyon Railroad

April 27, 2021

Price: $149 pp (coach); $195 pp (first class)

Board the Verde Canyon Railroad for a four-hour diesel train journey to places only accessible by rail. See crimson cliffs, eagle nests, white water rapids, and abandoned gold mines.

Wine Down Wednesday – Alcantara

April 28, 2021

Price: $109 per person

Travel to Cottonwood, a new culinary hot spot in Northern Arizona, for a little shopping and lunch on your own. Enjoy Alcantara Winery for a presentation and tasting of one of the Verde Valley’s top wines.

Native Arizona – Navajo and Hopi

May 3-7, 2021

Price: $1,350 pp/double; $1,795 pp/single

Experience the Navajo and Hopi lands, culture, and traditions. Interact with tribal members as they share history and beauty. The Hopi people have lived in the mesa country of the high desert of Arizona for over 1000 years. The current lifestyles and beliefs preserve the unique heritage of the Hopi culture. Highlights on the Navajo Nation include Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, and Antelope Canyon. Visiting Hopi and Navajo is a privilege, where history and culture come alive.

Mystery Tour

May 6, 2021

Price: $109 per person

Back by popular demand! We’ll travel down the road a bit and stop somewhere you wouldn’t want to miss. Next—our lunch stop—then more surprises!

Pioneer Living History Museum and Vulture City

May 13, 2021

Price: $115 per person

Wander along paved pathways at Pioneer Living History Museum past the 20 historic 19th century buildings that form Pioneer Village. Explore the original homes of people who helped tame the Wild West. Continue to Wickenburg for lunch on your own, followed by a tour of Vulture City, an abandoned settlement nestled into the breathtaking landscape of the Sonoran Desert at one of the West’s top-producing gold mines.

Williams and Bearizona

May 25, 2021

Price: $115 per person

Travel to the historic Route 66 town of Williams. Enjoy our wide variety of wildlife, from majestic bison and nimble bighorn sheep to stealthy wolves and adorable bear cubs.

San Diego Independent Discovery

June 7-10, 2021

Price: $995 pp/double; $1,550 pp/single

Call for additional dates

Fly to San Diego for a fun-filled four days out of the heat, a tour of the USS Midway, a harbor cruise, Hop-On Hop-Off two-day pass, SeaPort Village, and Coronado Island. Your hotel will be the Embassy Suites and includes daily breakfast and receptions.

Pine and Tonto Natural Bridge

June 9, 2021

Price: $115 per person

Travel to the small, quaint community of Pine. Begin by visiting the Pine Creek Canyon Lavender Farm where three varieties of lavender are grown using the water of the Pine Creek. Then continue to Tonto Natural Bridge where a picnic lunch is included.

Sierra Nevada Journey

June 19-23, 2021

Price: $1,075 pp/double; $1,350 pp/single

Fly from Phoenix to Sacramento and discover Old Town. Then travel to Reno on Amtrak through Donner Pass, along the Truckee River. Visit Lake Tahoe, a pristine 22-mile-long lake and enjoy the MS Dixie cruise on the crystal-blue lake. Walk through time in Virginia City. Includes airfare.

Prescott Bluegrass Festival

June 26, 2022

Price: $99 per person

Travel to the mile-high City of Prescott for the annual Bluegrass Festival. Enjoy a music-filled day and stroll the historic downtown streets of Prescott for shopping, eating, and old-fashion saloons.