Shuttle Tucson » Uncategorized http://www.shuttletucson.com Inexpensive Shuttle Service in and around Tucson Wed, 15 Apr 2015 03:16:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.3 Shuttle to Fairbank, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/shuttle-fairbank/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/shuttle-fairbank/#comments Fri, 21 Mar 2014 20:25:08 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=318 For the affordable rate of $ per person you can visit Fairbank, AZ in comfort and style. Visiting Fairbank, A Ghost Town In Arizona Fairbank is a ghost town located ten miles west of the historic town of Tombstone, in southwestern Arizona. Its last residents had left the town by the late 1970s. Today, the ...

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Visiting Fairbank, A Ghost Town In Arizona

Fairbank is a ghost town located ten miles west of the historic town of Tombstone, in southwestern Arizona. Its last residents had left the town by the late 1970s. Today, the town has a number of old and abandoned buildings that give you a glimpse into daily life in a 19th century frontier town.

History of Fairbank, AZ

The area around the town was first settled by 1880; by 1882 the town had taken shape, especially with the arrival of the railroad that year. It was formally founded as Fairbank, named after a Chicago investor who funded the railroad, on May 16, 1883. The same day the local post office too opened in the town.

Fairbank never became a large town – its highest population size was approximately 100 residents in the mid 1880s. However, as a junction that served the larger city of Tombstone, it was an important town through the 1880s. It contained not just a post office, but also a Wells Fargo office, a railroad depot, and a stage coach station.

With the closure of the mines in the nearby larger town of Tombstone in 1886 after the flooding of that year, Fairbank started to decline. Though the town continued as a center of the region’s social life well into the 1940s, the larger trend of its decline continued, and the town was abandoned by the late 1970s when the general store too closed, and the last residents left the town.

Fairbank today

The town contains a number of attractions for you if you are interested in taking a peek into 19th century frontier America. Much of the town was acquired by the Bureau of Land Management in 1986, which has restored a number of buildings of historical importance. The following are some of such restored buildings:

• Adobe Commercial Building was the most important building of its time in the town. It was in this building that the post office first opened on the day of the incorporation of the town in 1883. It also housed a saloon and a general store through the years, and was one of the last buildings to be continuously used by the last residents of the town.
• The Montezuma Hotel was the main hotel of the town. Today, only its foundations remain; after it was torn down to make way for Highway 82.
• A few wooden houses that were constructed in the early 20th century and late 19th century also remain. One of the small wooden houses was constructed in 1885, and has an architectural style that was common in era.
• The old School house now serves as a museum and information center after it was restored by the Bureau of Land Management. Constructed out of gypsum block from nearby Douglas, AZ, it was last used as a school in the 1940s.

Other attractions in the town include the old cemetery to the north of the town, as well as the ruins of the Grand Central Mill. Fairbank is the perfect ghost town for you if you want to be transported to an era of railroads and frontier America. Located close to the historic town of Tombstone, it can be visited on car or by taking a shuttle from the larger towns.

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Shuttle to Whetstone, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/shuttle-whetstone-az-85/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/shuttle-whetstone-az-85/#comments Fri, 14 Mar 2014 20:22:13 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=315 For the affordable rate of $ per person you can visit Whetstone, AZ in comfort and style. Whetstone In Midst Of Arizona’s Legendary Wild West Country Whetstone is a small town of just over 2,000 residents in Southeastern Arizona’s Cochise County. It is in the desert of the great American Southwest where the likes of ...

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Whetstone In Midst Of Arizona’s Legendary Wild West Country

Whetstone is a small town of just over 2,000 residents in Southeastern Arizona’s Cochise County. It is in the desert of the great American Southwest where the likes of Cochise and Geronimo, as well as ranchers and cattle rustlers, made their marks on history. Nearby Fort Huachuca, now a fully operational U.S. Army base, was once the home of the U.S. Cavalry that engineered the surrender of Geronimo in the 1880s. Once named Sulger City after Paul Sulger, a wealthy landowner, it now shares its name with a vast mountain range instead.

Along with its proximity to Tombstone, of legendary Wyatt Earp fame, it is also in the same region as Benson, Bisbee, and Douglas, all of which contributed to Arizona’s copper mining history, as well as Sierra Vista, a fairly large city that is Cochise County’s commercial center and the hummingbird capital of the U.S.

The Whetstone Mountains are part of the sky island ranges, the Madrean Sky Islands, and are part of the Coronado National Forest. While the Whetstone range is not very accessible, it is lovely to view in the distance. In fact, it is at Iron Springs, nestled within the Whetstones, that Wyatt Earp fought in a gunfight during his famous Earp Vendetta ride in 1982. The Whetstones have five major peaks: Apache, rising almost 8,000 feet, French Peak nearly as high, and Granite Peak in the south at nearly 7,500 feet. Last is East Peak, at nearly 6,700 feet. In the central-east part of the range is the amazing Kartchner Caverns State Park.

When traveling in and about the Whetstone area, those who relish nature’s wizardry, however, will be thunderstruck at the show waiting at Kartchner Caverns, just 9 miles south of Benson. An AZ state park, Kartchner is maintained with great care, so much so that the mineral deposits in the limestone caverns continue to produce deposits called speleotherms that have been growing for over 50,000 years. These are spectacular looking. Moreover, the caverns are part of a show cave with over 2.4 miles of passages. The park also encompasses most of a block of Palaeozoic rocks on the east flank of the Whetstone Mountains. Thus, it is a must-see for fans, also, of geology, as interestingly the caverns were not even discovered until 1974.

With Arizona’s second largest city, Tucson, lying to the west of Cochise County in Pima County, a visit to Tucson, home of the University of Arizona and a city often referred to as the cultural hub of the state, it would not be difficult to make a side excursion to the area where the Wild West got its reputation. From old mining and ranch sites to legendary ghost towns and scenes of battles with Apache warriors that threatened the early settlers, traveling through Whetstone, Tombstone, and some of the other small towns and settlements in this part of Arizona has its own special appeal. With Huachuca City also in the area, with its very modern military base and over 6,000 active duty soldiers, Fort Huachuca, there is also an opportunity for a glance back into history with two onsite museums that chronicle the story of the US Army in the Southwest. Moreover, to make that history even more exciting, the scenic beauty all around is breathtaking, with mountains and bluffs rising when least expected and allowing one to imagine what it was like to be hiding in those hills as those of extreme bravery once did.

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Shuttle to Sasabe, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/sasabe-az/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/sasabe-az/#comments Sun, 09 Mar 2014 20:15:47 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=310 For the affordable rate of $ per person you can visit Historic Sasabe, AZ in comfort and style. Visiting Sasabe, AZ: What To Do Sitting in southern Arizona, Sasabe, AZ just a few miles north of the Mexican border, this small town is truly off the beaten path. It is an unincorporated town west of ...

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Visiting Sasabe, AZ: What To Do

Sitting in southern Arizona, Sasabe, AZ just a few miles north of the Mexican border, this small town is truly off the beaten path. It is an unincorporated town west of Nogales on Highway 286. You will find that visiting this small border town is an interesting and memorable cultural experience that can enrich your life in many ways. In fact, you will want to spend several hours exploring all that it has to offer.

Rancho De La Osa
While visiting Sasabe, AZ, you will not want to miss your chance to explore the historic Rancho de la Osa guest ranch. Now a hotel that has hosted famous dignitaries like Lyndon B. Johnson and Franklin D. Roosevelt, as well as celebrities like John Wayne and Joan Crawford to name a few, Rancho de la Osa can trace its roots back to the seventeenth century when it was first used as an outpost for trading. It was given to some Mexican citizens in a land grant from the Spanish government, and then became part of the US under the Gadsden Purchase. You will find with a visit to Rancho de la Osa that you can explore the incredible history of the area and can also snap some great photos, too.

Baboquivari Peak Wilderness Area
You will also want to take some time to explore the natural beauty of the area, and in particular of the Baboquivari Peak Wilerness Area. This is designated wilderness area by the State of Arizona, and is rich in history. In fact, many believe that this destination was visited by Francisco de Coronado in his search for the Seven Cities of Gold. The area is also rich in Native American cultural history, and is ideal for hiking, back country rock climbing, and sightseeing, too.

El Sasabe, Mexico
Sasabe, AZ is widely known for its history and natural beauty in large part because of the above attractions, and yet it is most well known because of its border crossing station that provides access to El Sasabe, Mexico just a few miles down the road. Many who take the time to visit this lovely border town in Arizona will also cross into Mexico and enjoy exploring the Mexican history and cultural just down the road. El Sasabe, Mexico is perhaps most well known for its spectacular adobe architecture, so you will want to bring your camera along with you. While there, you can also enjoy shopping and an authentic Mexican meal or two at a local restaurant, too.

As you can see, there is much to see and do in scenic Sasabe, Arizona. This is an ideal destination for a unique day trip from a larger city, but you may find that you want to spend a few days here as well, staying in the historic Rancho de la Osa guest house overnight and enjoying exploring the history, culture, and natural beauty of the area for a longer period of time. Many who visit this border town with its off the beaten path location fall in love with its beauty and character, and you may just do the same when you visit.

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Shuttle to Bisbee, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/visit-historic-bisbee-az-using-one-tucson-shuttles/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/visit-historic-bisbee-az-using-one-tucson-shuttles/#comments Fri, 28 Feb 2014 20:02:31 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=301 For the affordable rate of $ per person you can visit Historic Bisbee, AZ in comfort and style. Located just 90 miles southeast of Tucson, Bisbee is a charming town in southern Arizona that visitors to the southwest state will not want to miss. It was founded as a mining camp, and the Bisbee, AZ ...

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For the affordable rate of $130 per person you can visit Historic Bisbee, AZ in comfort and style.

Located just 90 miles southeast of Tucson, Bisbee is a charming town in southern Arizona that visitors to the southwest state will not want to miss. It was founded as a mining camp, and the Bisbee, AZ of days passed would remind you of a community pulled right out of an old western movie. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc were mined in Bisbee, and in the earliest 20th century it became one of the largest and most productive cities in the American southwest. The area is a lot more modern today, but visitors will still get a glimpse of the past and a feel for what times were like in the early 1900’s.

If you like art and culture, you will feel right at home in Bisbee. The entire community feels like an artist’s colony, with plenty of galleries and studios to visit and admire. The scenery and the shops are creative and welcoming, and the locals will be glad to get to know you and share their favorite reasons for living in Arizona. Enjoy the views as you stroll through town. Take in the rugged mountains and the desert landscape. Check out the old fashioned homes perched on the hilltops and relax in the dry, temperate climate that Arizona is known for.

Enjoying the well-preserved Victorian architecture is one of the many beauties of Bisbee. In addition to the homes built to honor the time period, the storefronts are also constructed to resemble the Victorian period. If you are planning to stay for a few days, forget the hotels and unpack instead in a comfortable bed and breakfast. There are many scenic establishments, and many of them have been converted from what were once boardinghouses that provided lodging to local miners. The shops that you stroll through were once saloons, and you will feel like you have taken a step back in time when you visit.

Whether you are in town on a day trip or for an extended vacation, you will find plenty to do. Take a tour of an old copper mine, which is no longer active but still looks and feels like what miners faced on a daily basis. Be sure to check out the history and mining museum, and the Lavender Pit open mine. You will also not want to miss touring the Muheim House, which is a gorgeous home that boasts of the very best architecture and design that the 19th century had to offer.

There is a lot to see and do in southern Arizona, and many special cities and towns to visit. Whether you are looking for a day trip from Tucson or a unique community to include in your vacation itinerary, be sure to check out Bisbee, AZ. You will have the opportunity to spend some time in the past and appreciate the present. Enjoy learning about the mining industry and how it supported the country in the early part of last century. You will be very glad you made the trip.

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Shuttle To Whetstone, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/whetstone/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/whetstone/#comments Mon, 26 Dec 2011 20:55:43 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=226 Whetstone is a small town of just over 2,000 residents in Southeastern Arizona’s Cochise County. It is in the desert of the great American Southwest where the likes of Cochise and Geronimo, as well as ranchers and cattle rustlers, made their marks on history. Nearby Fort Huachuca, now a fully operational U.S. Army base, was ...

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Whetstone is a small town of just over 2,000 residents in Southeastern Arizona’s Cochise County. It is in the desert of the great American Southwest where the likes of Cochise and Geronimo, as well as ranchers and cattle rustlers, made their marks on history. Nearby Fort Huachuca, now a fully operational U.S. Army base, was once the home of the U.S. Cavalry that engineered the surrender of Geronimo in the 1880s. Once named Sulger City after Paul Sulger, a wealthy landowner, it now shares its name with a vast mountain range instead.

Tucson to Whetstone Shuttle $67

Along with its proximity to Tombstone, of legendary Wyatt Earp fame, it is also in the same region as Benson, Bisbee, and Douglas, all of which contributed to Arizona’s copper mining history, as well as Sierra Vista, a fairly large city that is Cochise County’s commercial center and the hummingbird capital of the U.S.

The Whetstone Mountains are part of the sky island ranges, the Madrean Sky Islands, and are part of the Coronado National Forest. While the Whetstone range is not very accessible, it is lovely to view in the distance. In fact, it is at Iron Springs, nestled within the Whetstones, that Wyatt Earp fought in a gunfight during his famous Earp Vendetta ride in 1982. The Whetstones have five major peaks: Apache, rising almost 8,000 feet, French Peak nearly as high, and Granite Peak in the south at nearly 7,500 feet. Last is East Peak, at nearly 6,700 feet. In the central-east part of the range is the amazing Kartchner Caverns State Park.

When traveling in and about the Whetstone area, those who relish nature’s wizardry, however, will be thunderstruck at the show waiting at Kartchner Caverns, just 9 miles south of Benson. An AZ state park, Kartchner is maintained with great care, so much so that the mineral deposits in the limestone caverns continue to produce deposits called speleotherms that have been growing for over 50,000 years. These are spectacular looking. Moreover, the caverns are part of a show cave with over 2.4 miles of passages. The park also encompasses most of a block of Palaeozoic rocks on the east flank of the Whetstone Mountains. Thus, it is a must-see for fans, also, of geology, as interestingly the caverns were not even discovered until 1974.

Call today to schedule your Shuttle to Whetstone, AZ

With Arizona’s second largest city, Tucson, lying to the west of Cochise County in Pima County, a visit to Tucson, home of the University of Arizona and a city often referred to as the cultural hub of the state, it would not be difficult to make a side excursion to the area where the Wild West got its reputation. From old mining and ranch sites to legendary ghost towns and scenes of battles with Apache warriors that threatened the early settlers, traveling through Whetstone, Tombstone, and some of the other small towns and settlements in this part of Arizona has its own special appeal. With Huachuca City also in the area, with its very modern military base and over 6,000 active duty soldiers, Fort Huachuca, there is also an opportunity for a glance back into history with two onsite museums that chronicle the story of the US Army in the Southwest. Moreover, to make that history even more exciting, the scenic beauty all around is breathtaking, with mountains and bluffs rising when least expected and allowing one to imagine what it was like to be hiding in those hills as those of extreme bravery once did.

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Shuttle to Sassabe, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/visiting-sassabe-az-what-to-do/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/visiting-sassabe-az-what-to-do/#comments Sat, 24 Dec 2011 20:17:56 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=218 Sitting in southern Arizona, Sassabe, AZ just a few miles north of the Mexican border, this small town is truly off the beaten path. It is an unincorporated town west of Nogales on Highway 286. You will find that visiting this small border town is an interesting and memorable cultural experience that can enrich your ...

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Sitting in southern Arizona, Sassabe, AZ just a few miles north of the Mexican border, this small town is truly off the beaten path. It is an unincorporated town west of Nogales on Highway 286. You will find that visiting this small border town is an interesting and memorable cultural experience that can enrich your life in many ways. In fact, you will want to spend several hours exploring all that it has to offer.

Tucson to Sasabe Shuttle $167

Rancho De La Osa

While visiting Sassabe, AZ, you will not want to miss your chance to explore the historic Rancho de la Osa guest ranch. Now a hotel that has hosted famous dignitaries like Lyndon B. Johnson and Franklin D. Roosevelt, as well as celebrities like John Wayne and Joan Crawford to name a few, Rancho de la Osa can trace its roots back to the seventeenth century when it was first used as an outpost for trading. It was given to some Mexican citizens in a land grant from the Spanish government, and then became part of the US under the Gadsden Purchase. You will find with a visit to Rancho de la Osa that you can explore the incredible history of the area and can also snap some great photos, too.

Baboquivari Peak Wilderness Area

You will also want to take some time to explore the natural beauty of the area, and in particular of the Baboquivari Peak Wilerness Area. This is designated wilderness area by the State of Arizona, and is rich in history. In fact, many believe that this destination was visited by Francisco de Coronado in his search for the Seven Cities of Gold. The area is also rich in Native American cultural history, and is ideal for hiking, back country rock climbing, and sightseeing, too.

El Sasabe, Mexico

Sassabe, AZ is widely known for its history and natural beauty in large part because of the above attractions, and yet it is most well known because of its border crossing station that provides access to El Sasabe, Mexico just a few miles down the road. Many who take the time to visit this lovely border town in Arizona will also cross into Mexico and enjoy exploring the Mexican history and cultural just down the road. El Sasabe, Mexico is perhaps most well known for its spectacular adobe architecture, so you will want to bring your camera along with you. While there, you can also enjoy shopping and an authentic Mexican meal or two at a local restaurant, too.

Call us Today to book your Shuttle to Sassabe, Arizona

As you can see, there is much to see and do in scenic Sassabe, Arizona. This is an ideal destination for a unique day trip from a larger city, but you may find that you want to spend a few days here as well, staying in the historic Rancho de la Osa guest house overnight and enjoying exploring the history, culture, and natural beauty of the area for a longer period of time. Many who visit this border town with its off the beaten path location fall in love with its beauty and character, and you may just do the same when you visit.

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Shuttles to Fairbank, AZ http://www.shuttletucson.com/fairbank-az-shuttle/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/fairbank-az-shuttle/#comments Tue, 20 Dec 2011 21:33:40 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=212 Will you be travelling to Fairbank, AZ?  Well then we have a shuttle for you.  Our Door to Door Shuttle Service will pick you up or take to Fairbank Arizona. Fairbank is a ghost town located ten miles west of the historic town of Tombstone, in southwestern Arizona. Its last residents had left the town by ...

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Will you be travelling to Fairbank, AZ?  Well then we have a shuttle for you.  Our Door to Door Shuttle Service will pick you up or take to Fairbank Arizona.

Fairbank to Tucson

$$99 per person

Fairbank is a ghost town located ten miles west of the historic town of Tombstone, in southwestern Arizona. Its last residents had left the town by the late 1970s. Today, the town has a number of old and abandoned buildings that give you a glimpse into daily life in a 19th century frontier town.

History of Fairbank, AZ

The area around the town was first settled by 1880; by 1882 the town had taken shape, especially with the arrival of the railroad that year. It was formally founded as Fairbank, named after a Chicago investor who funded the railroad, on May 16, 1883. The same day the local post office too opened in the town.

Fairbank never became a large town – its highest population size was approximately 100 residents in the mid 1880s. However, as a junction that served the larger city of Tombstone, it was an important town through the 1880s. It contained not just a post office, but also a Wells Fargo office, a railroad depot, and a stage coach station.

With the closure of the mines in the nearby larger town of Tombstone in 1886 after the flooding of that year, Fairbank started to decline. Though the town continued as a center of the region’s social life well into the 1940s, the larger trend of its decline continued, and the town was abandoned by the late 1970s when the general store too closed, and the last residents left the town.

Fairbank today

The town contains a number of attractions for you if you are interested in taking a peek into 19th century frontier America. Much of the town was acquired by the Bureau of Land Management in 1986, which has restored a number of buildings of historical importance. The following are some of such restored buildings:

• Adobe Commercial Building was the most important building of its time in the town. It was in this building that the post office first opened on the day of the incorporation of the town in 1883. It also housed a saloon and a general store through the years, and was one of the last buildings to be continuously used by the last residents of the town.
• The Montezuma Hotel was the main hotel of the town. Today, only its foundations remain; after it was torn down to make way for Highway 82.
• A few wooden houses that were constructed in the early 20th century and late 19th century also remain. One of the small wooden houses was constructed in 1885, and has an architectural style that was common in era.
• The old School house now serves as a museum and information center after it was restored by the Bureau of Land Management. Constructed out of gypsum block from nearby Douglas, AZ, it was last used as a school in the 1940s.

Other attractions in the town include the old cemetery to the north of the town, as well as the ruins of the Grand Central Mill. Fairbank is the perfect ghost town for you if you want to be transported to an era of railroads and frontier America. Located close to the historic town of Tombstone, it can be visited on car or by taking a shuttle from the larger towns.

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Tucson Airport to Patagonia Shuttle http://www.shuttletucson.com/tucson-airport-to-patagonia-shuttle/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/tucson-airport-to-patagonia-shuttle/#comments Tue, 29 Nov 2011 21:20:59 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=198 Will you be travelling to Patagonia, AZ to see one of the 913 people who reside there?  Well then we have a shuttle for you.  Our Door to Door Shuttle Service will pick you up or take to Patagonia Arizona.  We also offer direct shuttles to Patagonia Lake, in Patagonia Lake State Park.   Here ...

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Will you be travelling to Patagonia, AZ to see one of the 913 people who reside there?  Well then we have a shuttle for you.  Our Door to Door Shuttle Service will pick you up or take to Patagonia Arizona.  We also offer direct shuttles to Patagonia Lake, in Patagonia Lake State Park.

Patagonia to Tucson

$67 per person

 

Here at Shuttle Tucson we would like to like to think of Patagonia and Patagonia Lake as one of the best places to visit here in our desert.  We offer shuttle service to or from Patagonia Lake for a flat rate of $76.00 per person As is always our drivers will meet you at the Tucson International Airport with a sign to greet you as you come down towards the baggage claim.  We try to use executive sedans whenever possible to keep your 1 hour and 15 minute trip to Patagonia Lake as comfortable as possible.  All of our shuttle services are of course door to door, so rest assured you will not miss the shuttle going to your destination.

Patagonia Lake to Tucson

$76 per person

If you would like more information about our Patagonia and Patagonia Lake Shuttles, or any of our other Southern Arizona Shuttles feel free to give us a call, email or use the contact us form at the bottom of this page.

 

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Douglas to Tucson shuttle http://www.shuttletucson.com/douglas-to-tucson-shuttle/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/douglas-to-tucson-shuttle/#comments Mon, 10 Oct 2011 17:59:00 +0000 http://shuttletucson.com/2011/10/10/douglas-to-tucson-shuttle/ If your visiting Historical Douglas Arizona, our shuttle service is an excellent choice to get to or from Tucson to Douglas or vice versa.  Our flat rate pricing of dollars is a very economical way of getting to and from Douglas. Our service is door to door, whether you staying at the Historic Gadsden Hotel, ...

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If your visiting Historical Douglas Arizona, our shuttle service is an excellent choice to get to or from Tucson to Douglas or vice versa.  Our flat rate pricing of 167 dollars is a very economical way of getting to and from Douglas.

Our service is door to door, whether you staying at the Historic Gadsden Hotel, or the Best Western we will be happy to get you there.

Douglas has lots of history, founded in 1901 as a place to smelter coppet from the nearby mines in Bisbee, AZ,  any history buff will find themselves in paradise. Douglas shares a border with Mexico so the adventurous side of you can talk a walk down to Mexico and purchase lots of hand crafted trinkets.

Snuggled in Cochise County; home of Cochise, Geronimo, John Slaughter, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, and many other Historical figures, Douglas has the nature lover covered as well.  With over 200 different species of wildlife, Douglas should be just the get away you may want.

When arriving at Tucson Airport (TUS) our drivers will meet you as you come down the escalator towards baggage claim. They will help you with your luggage and as often as possible we will take the most direct route to or from Douglas.

If you would like to learn more or have any questions feel free to give us a call, or email us and we will be more than happy to help make your arrangements.

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Tubac to Tucson shuttle service http://www.shuttletucson.com/tubac-to-tucson-shuttle-service/ http://www.shuttletucson.com/tubac-to-tucson-shuttle-service/#comments Fri, 07 Oct 2011 22:52:17 +0000 http://transportationtucson.com/shuttletucson/?p=170 Will you be travelling to Tubac, AZ to see the first European Settlement in Arizona?  Founded in 1752 Tubac has more than 250 years of history.  Tubac today is an Artist’s haven, it has over eighty galleries and shops featuring paintings, hand crafted sculptures, and a myriad of excellent restaurants to choose from. While staying ...

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Will you be travelling to Tubac, AZ to see the first European Settlement in Arizona?  Founded in 1752 Tubac has more than 250 years of history.  Tubac today is an Artist’s haven, it has over eighty galleries and shops featuring paintings, hand crafted sculptures, and a myriad of excellent restaurants to choose from.

While staying in Tubac you will have your choices of an intimate bed and breakfast all the way to large full scale resorts.

Tubac to Tucson

$76 per person

Here at Shuttle Tucson we would like to like to think of Tubac as one the marvels of the desert.  We offer shuttle service to or from Tubac, AZ for a flat rate of  $76.00 per person.  As is always our drivers will meet you at the Tucson International Airport with a sign to greet you as you come down towards the baggage claim.  We try to use executive sedans whenever possible to keep your 40 minute trip to Tubac as comfortable as possible.  All of our shuttle services are of course door to door, so rest assured you will not miss the shuttle going to your destination.

Door to Door Service

If you would like more information about our Tubac Shuttles, or any of our other Southern Arizona Shuttles feel free to give us a call, email or use the contact us form at the bottom of this page.

 

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