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.
Cave Creek High Tea and Shopping
July 17, 2021
Price: $125 per person
Established in 2002, the English Rose Tea Room has been regularly voted Best Place for Afternoon Tea by Phoenix magazine. With an interior to rival the Ritz Hotel and a romantic, shady patio for tea al fresco, the English Rose Tea Room is a true gem.
Pageant of the Masters
July 21-23, 2021
Price: $775 pp/double; $975 pp/single
The Pageant of the Masters is a remarkable presentation of “living pictures,” where the cast creates classical and contemporary artwork. Package also includes the Festival of the Arts and the Sawdust Festival.
Wine Down Wednesday at Javelina Leap
July 28, 2021
Price: $145 per person
Enjoy an elegant lunch, tasting, and tour at Javelina Leap Vineyard, a family-operated premium boutique winery with award-winning, 100% Arizona wines.
Grand Canyon Day Tour
Aug. 17, 2021
Price: $179 per person
Travel to the magnificent Grand Canyon, a World Heritage Site and one of the most spectacular examples of erosion to be found anywhere.
Broadway in the Desert – Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre
Aug. 23-26, 2021
Price: $775 pp/double; $925 pp/single
Tuacahn is well known for its professional productions, and the 2021 season promises to be another great one. In addition to the performance at Tuacahn are the Penn & Teller show in Las Vegas, Zion, and Valley of Fire State Park.
Arizona Rails – Verde Canyon and Grand Canyon
Sept. 9-10, 2021
Price: $550 pp/double; $660 pp/single
Ride Arizona’s premier railroads—The Verde Canyon Railroad and the Grand Canyon Railway. Additional highlights include the Grand Canyon and the Copper Art Museum in Cottonwood. Overnight is in Williams.
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta
Oct. 5-8, 2021
Price: $895 pp/double; $1,195 pp/single
Every October, the New Mexico skies are painted, as hundreds of balloons lift off from Albuquerque’s Balloon Fiesta Park. Nothing rivals the power of mass ascension on a crisp early morning as these graceful giants leave the ground to take their place in the cerulean desert sky. Includes Santa Fe.
Oct. 12-15, 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.
Mexico EcoTour – Rocky Point & MORE
Oct. 18-21, 2021
Price: $775 pp/double; $995 pp/single
Upgrade to a condo on Sandy Beach. Add $100 pp/double or $200 pp/single
See the magnificent whales and dolphins on a whale-watching cruise and tour El Pinacate World Heritage Site. Pinacate Shield of black and red lava flows. A sunset cruise and two dinners also included.
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend
Oct. 27-28, 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. (Three-quarters of a mile hike to viewpoint. Glen Canyon Visitors Center may be substituted for Horseshoe Bend for those who don’t want to hike.)
Tournament of Roses Parade! We have five different options for you!
You’ll have great seats for the “Parade of All Parades” which will be making its way down Colorado Boulevard on New Year’s Day. See the giant floral floats and hear the marching bands.
Rose Bowl Parade Deluxe – Dec. 29, 2021 to Jan. 2, 2022
Rose Bowl Parade Four-Day – Dec. 30, 2021 to Jan. 2, 2022
Rose Bowl Parade Volunteer Opportunity – Dec. 30, 2021 to Jan. 2, 2022
Rose Bowl Parade Mini-Getaway – Dec. 31 to Jan. 2, 2022
Boats and Floats – Rose Bowl Parade followed by seven-night cruise on Norwegian Bliss – Dec. 31, 2021 to Jan. 9, 2022
Copper Canyon Mexico
Feb. 19-16, 2022
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.