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Grand Canyon Landmarks Tour by Airplane
"Set off from Grand Canyon National Park Airport on your morning or afternoon airplane tour of Grand Canyon landmarks. As you ride aboard a comfortable Vistaliner plane with panoramic windows listen to narration about the geologic forces that helped create the dramatic canyon and surrounding terrain and the various peoples who have lived there. Keep your camera ready as you fly over Zuni Point — one of the few lookouts on the South Ri a popular vista point on the South Rim and glimpse the gorgeous colors of the Painted Desert in the distance. See the remote North Rim including its highest viewpoint Point Imperial. Admire the Kaibab Plateau and dense greenery of the Kaibab National Forest before returning to Grand Canyon National Park Airport at the conclusion of your 40-minute aerial tour."""
From $150.00
 
Self-Drive Twilight Tour through the Sonoran Desert
"Enjoy an exciting off-road adventure through the Sonoran Desert on this exclusive self-drive twilight tour! These two-seat desert cars are specifically designed for desert off-roading and are fitted with a safety roll cage seat belts and a fully automatic engine. The Sonoran Desert is one of the biggest deserts in North America covering large parts of the southwestern United States including Arizona and California. At sunset leave Fountain Hills (about 30 minutes east of the Phoenix-Scottsdale area) and embark on your thrilling self-drive adventure through the Sonoran Desert. Follow your guide through the rugged desert landscape by the light of your roof-mounted LED light ba washes and ridgelines with your passenger while admiring awesome views of the surrounding desert."""
From $199.00
 
Hummer Night Tour in the Sonoran Desert
"Once the sun goes down the Sonoran Desert becomes especially intriguing. Mountains that are rugged and majestic during daylight hours become dark sleeping giants after sundown.The mighty Saguaro Cactus lives up to its reputation of being the ""Sentinel of the Desert"" standing guard as the creatures of the night stir from their day-long hibernation from the desert heat.Go beyond the boundaries of a regular jeep in the unstoppable Hummer as you travel deeper into the desert than an ordinary tour can go."""Experience the Sonoran Desert in a way few get to see it. Enter the desert after sundown as the creatures of the night stir. Let your informative and entertaining local guide show you the secrets of the evening desert and enjoy the excitement of a Hummer title=Highlights&1=4-hour+night+tour+of+the+Sonoran+Desert+by+Hummer+4WD+vehicle%2C+from+Phoenix&2=Take+on+rough+terrain+on+a+Hummer+tour+that+goes+deep+into+the+Sonoran+Desert&3=See+desert+creatures+that+only+come+out+at+night&4=Learn+from+your+knowledge
From $135.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Nogales

Thefts

Driving around southern California and Arizona I felt safe and I almost forgot about thefts which may happen in the USA like everywhere else. But in front of my Nogales accommodation - Motel 6 - I...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

Park your car in the shade

There was not shortage of parking lots in Nogales downtown. And there was light traffic at least when I was there - in the morning and early afternoon on a business day. In a hot day try to park a car...
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matcrazy1
Oct 12, 2003

Risky visits in an US library?

Haha, it's a strange and luckily not accurate nowadays tip. To be exact Nogales Santa Cruz County Public Library was not the first US library I visited.The first was US Consulate library in Krakow,...
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matcrazy1
Oct 12, 2003

Prices in commercials

Whenever you read prices on big commercials located by your highway/street in Nogales read them carefully. Pay attention to smaller letters especially. They used to read the lowest possible price,...
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matcrazy1
Sep 27, 2003

Cold, cold, cold :-)))

Is Nogales and Santa Cruz County area hot? YES, it is, but exclusively at daytime and from May to October. Nighttime temperatures can drop by as much as 30 F degrees (17.5 C). During winter they can...
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matcrazy1
Sep 26, 2003

Heat, heat, heat!

Southern Arizona and Nogales are one of the hottest places in the USA in summer at least at daytime, or more exactly from May to October. In summer high temperatures are often over 100F = 38C...
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Sep 26, 2003
 
 
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Never park your car there

Can you see a curb on my picture taken in front of Nogales Santa Cruz County Public Library? It's painted in bright red color. It does mean: No stopping, standing or parking anytime. As I know parking...
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matcrazy1
Sep 24, 2003

Not full access to the internet

The Nogales-Santa Cruz County Public Library offered free access to the Internet. But the library did not provide e-mail accounts and did not support access to newsgroups, Internet chat rooms or chat...
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Sep 24, 2003

Top Hotels in Nogales

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750 W Shell Road,, Nogales, Arizona, 85621-1152, United States
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850 W Shell Rd, Nogales, AZ 85621
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639 N GRAND AVE, Nogales, AZ 85621
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875 North Frank Reed Rd, Nogales, Arizona, 85621, United States
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921 N Grand Ave, Nogales, Arizona, 85621, United States
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141 West Mariposa Road
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"Sleepy border town"
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"Basaic Nogales Page"
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"Bordertown"
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"Nogales, AZ"
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