Month Visited: February
We are a family that searches for excitement, always ready for adventure and willing to sacrifice comfort to try new things and enjoy new experiences. We want to spend each day to the fullest and our family likes to get off the beaten path as well as visiting attractions obviously designed for tourists. Our children at the time of this itinerary: 3 children-Boy age 16 years, Boy age 11 years, Boy age 9 years.
Special tips and warnings about this trip: None
Address: Scottsdale Arizona
Admission: Each company has a specific charge and different packages available
Description: An Arizona adventure experience can cover a wide range of outdoor activities and experiences, and your tour can be customized for your specific preferences. Companies which offer this type of adventure may have packages that include rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, biking mountain trails, exploring canyons in Arizona, and other outdoor activities that are exciting and adventurous. Groups of any size can be accommodated by most companies which offer this type of tour but large groups may want to verify this before reserving a package.
Our Experiences: We paid for an Arizona adventure experience with one of the local companies who offer this type of tour, and we were happy with the experience that we had. Spending time in the great outdoors is one of our favorite activities and we are pretty active, so we enjoyed activities that included rock climbing and exploring the canyons in Arizona. Some may find all of the activities that can be included overwhelming if they are not in good physical shape. For us this was an exciting stop that the kids gave a high rating for, and everyone had a favorite activity for this stop that we enjoyed most.
Address: Peoria Arizona
Admission: Starting at $19.50
Description: A simulation of a space mission can be an exciting adventure for kids and adults of all ages. These simulations may cover a range of space objectives, and technology is used to make visitors feel like they are actually on a mission. There are a number of simulation scenarios to choose from, including mars, a comet, and other situations that real astronauts would face when they go into space.
Our Experiences: The space mission simulation that we had was fun, and this is a great activity for kids of all ages. It was an educational experience that the kids enjoyed and were excited to do. In addition to the two hour simulation we also learned about the history of space exploration and found some interesting exhibits and interactive displays. We recommend this stop for families who have children who are curious and like to learn, and for those who are interested in space and the individuals who go to this frontier.