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Horseshoe Bend in Northern Arizona

Wupatki Ruins

Wupatki Ruins National Monument

Grand Canyon home slide

Mather Point - Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon

View from Grand Canyon Village

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OUR MISSION IS TO GET YOU TO LOVE THE PLACES WE VISIT AS MUCH AS WE DO!

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• Geo Savvy Tours is a Phoenix, Arizona based Geotourism company. We specialize in private personalized tours of Arizona.

• Our excursions support a sense of place, highlighting the geographical character of a destination including local cuisine, culture, art, agriculture, the urban environment, and the incredible natural landscapes of Arizona.

• We pride ourselves on being an environmentally responsible company that supports the local community and gives back to the destinations we visit.

• Travel by sporty SUV or minivan to experience some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. We offer custom tours from Phoenix to Sedona, Grand Canyon, Payson Rim Country, Phoenix-Scottsdale, and Verde Valley Wine Country tours, in addition to custom multi-day tours throughout Arizona.

Sedona

Sedona

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Wine Tour

Wine Tour

Missions & Museums-Tucson

Missions & Museums-Tucson

Phoenix & Scottsdale

Phoenix & Scottsdale

Rim Country: Payson-Strawberry

Rim Country: Payson-Strawberry

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50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act

September 2014 will mark 50 years since the Wilderness Act was signed into law. This historic bill established the National Wilderness Preservation System (NWPS) and set aside an initial 9.1 million acres of wildlands for the use and benefit of the American people. Over the past 50 years, and as a result of America's support for wilderness, Congress has added over 100 million acres to this unique land preservation system. The 1964 Wilderness Act defines "Wilderness" as areas where the earth and its communities of life are left unchanged by people, where the primary forces of nature are in control, and where people themselves are visitors who do not remain. http://www.wilderness50th.org

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From the Gallery

Thunderstorm in Grand Canyon
Tonto Natural Bridge
Old Town Scottsdale
Sonoran Desert
Mogollon Rim
Mule Barn Grand Canyon Village
Geo Savvy Vehicle in Oak Creek
Grand Canyon Yavapai Overlook
Chapel of the Holy Cross
Fossil Creek Wild and Scenic River