Club & School Teams: Reasonable, 3/4 games per team. Approx 50 independent schools that can play club teams
Arizona state association members are not permitted to compete Australian teams
Homestay/Billeting: Limited availability
Hotels: Budget through to luxury hotels available throughout
Avg high of 19C during the days, avg low of 7C overnight, avg of 15% of days having rain in Dec/Jan
Snow is possible near the Grand Canyon
Public Transport: Poor, not recommended
Charter/Self Drive: Charter coach is recommended for travel to Antelope Canyon and Grand Canyon
PRO SPORTS TEAMS
NBA: Phoenix Suns
NFL: Arizona Cardinals
NHL (Ice-Hockey): Arizona Coyotes
MLB (Baseball): Diamondbacks (not in season)
Take a trip to the fabulous southwest where you’ll visit one of the seven natural wonders of the world – the Grand Canyon. There are multiple ways to experience the canyon – head to the west rim’s and step out on the amazing glass-skywalk, or head to the south rim and take a helicopter to the bottom of the canyon.
The Grand Canyon isn’t the only must see natural wonder in the state, a little further east is Antelope Canyon, an astonishing collection of sandstone eroded away to leave a uniquely featured canyons and beams of sunlight creating an amazing display.
A quick stop over in Phoenix allows you to explore some of the best natural wonders the USA has, while playing a couple of games against local teams and enjoying some pro sports actions with the Suns, Cardinals and Coyotes all in town.
Arizona and the city of Phoenix offer a unique perspective of the USA with its natural wonders combined with some quality hoops and pro sports with short connections/drives to Las Vegas and Los Angeles to end your tour.
Arizona is an experience you’ll never forget.
WHAT TO DO IN ARIZONA ...
Grand Canyon - West Rim
Grand Canyon - South Rim
Grand Canyon - Skywalk
Grand Canyon - Helicopter - OUR REVIEW
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