The Sonoran desert has a wider variety of plants than any other desert on planet earth. A stellar wildflower season depends on a mysterious mix of just the right amount of rainfall, beginning in autumn and running through the winter months. A spectacular wildflower season in the American Southwest is something that you will never forget—a brilliant carpeting of the desert floor and mountainsides. Desert wildflowers are a quick show, and must be enjoyed within a short window of time. And with wildflowers there are no guarantees—some seasons offering more dramatic displays than others. But even during the “worst” years, you’ll always find some wildflowers when you know where to look. This tour is very popular and we don’t announce our destination, because wildflowers can be very elusive and we’ll be tracking their arrival. A Brown Bag Lunch is included—chockfull of goodies. Don’t miss out on this fun and affordable springtime trek. Call in your reservations and join us!
Depart: Mesa 9 a.m. Phx 9:30 a.m. NW 10 a.m. R: 4 p.m.