Trips & Tours

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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!

California Wine, Whales and Butterflies

Feb. 8-12, 2021

Price: $1,179 pp/double; $1,550 pp/single

Experience nature’s brilliance as you travel up the California coast to the Monarch Butterfly Grove, home to one of the largest Monarch displays in the nation. See the breathtaking cascades of color in the trees as they seek shelter from the northern winters. Also featured is Whale Watching in the pristine waters surrounding Channel Islands National Park and National Marine Sanctuary.

Tombstone

Feb. 9, 2021

Price: $115 per person

Relive the legends of one of the West’s most famous towns. Belly up to the bar in Big Nose Kate’s Saloon and walk the streets of the Old Wild West.

Kartchner Caverns

Feb. 17, 2021

Price: $145 per person

This stunning limestone cave boasts many world-class features that have been protected since the cave was discovered in 1974. Includes picnic lunch.

Kartchner Caverns and Ramsey Canyon

Feb. 17-18, 2021

Price: $395 pp/double; $450 pp/single

This stunning limestone cave boasts many world-class features that have been protected since the cave was discovered in 1974. Ramsey Canyon, located within the upper San Pedro ecosystem, is known for its outstanding beauty, diverse plants, birds, and wildlife.

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary

Feb. 23-26, 2021

Price: $595 pp/double; $795 pp/single

Tour Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, the largest sanctuary for companion animals in the nation. Located in the red rock canyons of Utah, it is a home-between-homes for dogs, cats, bunnies, birds, pigs, horses, and other animals. The sanctuary is a haven to around 1,600 animals on any given day. Also visit Zion National Park.

Lake Havasu/Laughlin/Las Vegas

Feb. 23-26, 2021

Price: $395 pp/double; $495 pp/single

Travel from Phoenix to Lake Havasu and see the London Bridge. Continue to Laughlin. The next day, visit Oatman before continuing to Las Vegas for two evenings of fun and excitement!

Southwest National Parks Value Tour

Feb. 23-26, 2021

Price: $595 pp/double; $795 pp/single

Colorful scenery and spectacular formations abound in Zion and its multicolored mesas. Up to 60 colors have been distinguished at Bryce Canyon in the limestone walls and spires. You will also visit the scenic Valley of Fire State Park as part of this kaleidoscope of color vacation.

Death Valley

Feb. 23-26, 2021

Price: $495 pp/double; $625 pp/single

Relive the history of the people traveling across the region en route to California in search of gold. See some of the most unique scenery and formations in the world.

San Diego Deluxe

March 1-4, 2021

Price: $795 pp/double; $1,095 pp/single

San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best visitor destinations. Visit SeaPort Village, Balboa Park, Old Town, the Gaslamp District, Coronado Island, and Little Italy. Enjoy a harbor cruise and a tour of the USS Midway.

Yuma/Algodones Overnight

March 3-4, 2021

Price: $295 pp/double; $375 pp/single

Travel to Algodones and shop ‘til you drop. You’ll find discounted prescriptions, glasses, leather goods, artwork, and more. Visit Martha’s Gardens and the Peanut Patch on day two.

Algodones One Day

March 3, 2021

Price: $109 per person

Travel south of the border to Algodones for shopping, discount prescriptions, glasses, leather goods, artwork, and other goods and services.

Alaska: The Iditarod & Northern Lights

March 4-11, 2021

Price: $3,717 pp/double $4,185 pp/single

Have you always wanted to witness the Iditarod? Or longed to see the Aurora Borealis? Dreams come true this winter in Alaska. You’ll meet the dogs and mushers, witness the start of “The Last Great Race on Earth,” go on a gray whale-watching cruise, take an unforgettable rail journey, walk with reindeer, see the creations of artists competing in the World Ice Art Championships, and Northern Lights.

Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend

March 10-11, 2021

Price: $360 pp/double; $425 pp/single

Known for its labyrinthine, seemingly undulating sandstone walls, and the beams of sunlight that shine into them, Antelope Canyon is a perpetual magnet for visitors. Equally as spectacular, Horseshoe Bend overlooks one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River. (3/4 of a mile hike to viewpoint. Glen Canyon Visitors Center may be substituted for Horseshoe Bend for those who don’t want to hike.)

Discover Navajo

March 15-18, 2021

Price: $795 pp/double; $995 pp/single

Ya’ at’ ‘eeh. Hello. And welcome to the Navajo Nation. This cultural kaleidoscope takes you to Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Experience the culture, traditions, and history of the Navajo.

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.

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.