Nature is Nurture
Nourish your soul in Tucson
Getting outside and experiencing nature is one of the best ways to reconnect with what really matters in life. In Tucson, the natural surroundings of the Sonoran Desert provide endless opportunities to have incredible experiences and create lasting memories. Families, friends, and solo travelers can all find their own kind of freedom in one of the most unique environments on earth.
From hiking in Saguaro National Park or taking a bike ride in Coronado National Forest to dining out on a local restaurant patio or escaping to one of the world's top wellness resorts – the desert offers plenty of ways to relax, find balance, and nourish your mind, body, and soul.
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Hike through mind-blowing landscapes. Spot rare species of birds and other animals. Climb to scenic vistas to watch the sunset. Reset, reconnect, and find freedom in wide-open spaces. The great outdoors don't get much greater than this.
Tucson's resorts and spas embrace the natural surroundings of the Sonoran Desert, offering breathtaking views and easy access to outdoor adventures. No matter what you plan on adding to your itinerary, your perfect trip starts with a great place to stay... and play.
See why our region is one of the most bio-diverse places on earth at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Explore aerospace innovations at the Pima Air & Space Museum. Our top-rated attractions let you soak up the sun AND the fun with the whole family.
Tucson's destination spas are synonymous with healthy living. Two world-renowned wellness brands were born here, and the healing powers of the Sonoran Desert transformed them from small independent resorts into household names.
Visit Tucson is committed to promoting responsible travel to our region. We encourage travelers to follow all health and safety protocols and be aware of current CDC and local guidelines. For more information and resources please visit our COVID-19 Resources page.