Tucson Vacation Packages

Arizona’s second-largest city is known for its desert landscapes, mountainous regions, science scene and cosmopolitan culture. 

Tucson is a modern city and thriving science hub set amid the sparse Sonoran Desert landscape and enclosed by five mountain ranges. The warm, dry climate, national parks, hiking trails and wildlife attract over a million outdoor lovers every year. Dubbed “Optics Valley,” the city is a world leader in optics manufacturing and astronomical research.

The roots of the cultural heritage that has shaped Tucson can be seen in Native American arts and crafts, old Hispanic neighborhoods and 19th-century American architecture. Tucsonans embrace their desert surroundings and celebrate nature and the outdoor lifestyle.

Explore the scenery with a hike through Saguaro National Park. The large, fleshy cactus has come to symbolize the American West. Tucson has the country’s largest population of saguaro cacti. Learn about native flora and fauna at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. A visit to Tohono Chul Park and Tucson Botanical Gardens will also immerse you in the beauty of the desert’s plants.

Visit Biosphere 2 to see how Tucson was at the forefront of one of the most ambitious experiments of recent times. Eight people lived for two years under glass domes in the desert. Tour the facility to see how it contributes to our understanding of climate change. Visit Pima Air & Space Museum with aircraft and spacecraft revealing 100 years of aviation history.

Head into the city to experience Tucson’s artistic and cultural scene. Visit art galleries, bookstores and jewelry shops. Art aficionados will enjoy the Tucson Museum of Art, which covers an entire city block in the El Presidio Historic District in the downtown area. The institution is devoted to art from the last 3,000 years. Stay downtown to watch dance, theater, music or film performances at the Fox Tucson Theatre, a restored movie palace from the 1930s.

Tucson has a good public bus system called Sun Tran and the downtown area is easily explored on foot. If you want to travel outside the city limits and explore the desert scenery you will need to rent a car.

Accommodation in Tucson

If you are not sure yet where to stay in Tucson, visit our Tucson lodging options. There are 137 places to choose from in this popular destination.

Commence your search for the ideal Tucson stay by checking out the amenities and rates at the excellent The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, at 15000 N Secret Springs Drive, and the Arizona Inn, at 2200 E Elm St. If you want to see what the more economical options are like, the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort and Spa, at 3800 W Starr Pass Blvd, and the Casa Tierra Adobe Bed & Breakfast Inn, at 11155 W Calle Pima, are worth looking into too.

The University of Arizona is on the to-do list for almost every visitor to Tucson. If you would prefer to stay in the vicinity of this highly popular attraction, the Tucson Marriott University Park and the DoubleTree by Hilton Tucson - Reid Park are both good options.

Guide to Exploring Tucson

Top Hotels

See all Tucson hotels
1.0 out of 5.0
1.5 out of 5.0
2.0 out of 5.0
2.5 out of 5.0
3.0 out of 5.0
3.5 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5.0
4.5 out of 5.0
5.0 out of 5.0
Most popular package deals found by our travelers
Most popular package deals found by [originCity] travelers

Tucson Vacation Package Deals

See all Tucson packages

Top Deals on Flights

See all Tucson flights

Book your Tucson Vacation Package