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Wupatki and Sunset Crater National Monuments Tour from Phoenix

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Phoenix, United States
Wupatki and Sunset Crater National Monuments Tour from Phoenix
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Get out of the Phoenix heat and into the cooler temperatures of Arizona's high desert to discover the world of the ancients. The first stop is Wupatki National Monument, an ancestral pueblo home of the Hopi people, followed by Sunset Crater Volcanic National Monument, a cinder cone set amidst a ponderosa pine forest. A knowledgeable guide will explain their heritage and history. After lunch, the tour concludes at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff.
  • Explore the cool temperatures and high desert landscapes outside the city, from ancient red rock ruins to ponderosa pines
  • Get insight into the life of the ancients at a pueblo complex comprised of over 100 rooms and the furthest north ball court known in North America
  • Take the 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) loop around the ancient Sunset Crater and hear stories such as its near destruction by a Hollywood movie production
  • Explore the varied exhibitions of the Museum of Northern Arizona, covering northern Arizona's natural and cultural heritage
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