Verde Canyon Train & Historic Jerome
- Price from:
- 139 USD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
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- Start time:
- 08.00 am
- End time:
- 06.30 pm
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Last updated: 07/24/2006
Wednesdays and Sundays only
Departure: 8:30am depending on other pick-up locations
$70 children 11 and under
Approximately 10 hours
Approx. Return: 6:30-7:30 PM
Start your day with a fully-narrated tour of the Sonoran Desert heading northwest to the town of Clarkdale. Along the way, you'll visit the historic copper mining town of Jerome with its quaint shops and rich history.
Next, you'll arrive at the Verde Canyon Train Depot where you can enjoy lunch at the Copper Spike Cafe (not included) plus visit exhibits on the train's history. Your four-hour round-trip train ride will bring you through panoramic Verde River Canyon, which is only accessible only by train. The colorful desert cliffs and abundant wildlife make this an unforgettable trip. All guests have access to open-air viewing cars for fantastic views. While on board the train, don't be surprised if you see bald eagle, coyote, antelope and other wildlife that make their home in this rugged terrain! The train trip also features strolling musicians and informative narration.
Includes transportation, professional guide service and round-trip coach ticket on the Verde Train. Meals and gratuities are not included
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