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Begin your tour with a visit to the "White Dove of the Desert," San Xavier Mission Del Bac.  Built by the Jesuits from 1783 to 1797, San Xavier was established by the "Padre on Horseback," Father Kino.  San Xavier is acclaimed as the finest example of mission architecture in the country.  Standing stark white on the desert landscape, the Mission still serves as an active spiritual center and resides on the Tohono O’odham reservation. 


Our next stop is Tubac, which in 1853 became part of the United States. This village is rich in art and history, and with over 80 unique businesses and working studios, Tubac offers a wide variety of shopping possibilities. From sterling silver, western apparel, gourmet gifts, Native American jewelry and crafts, to original fine art and prints by popular southwestern artists, these nationally known shops will delight your guests.



8:30am            Transportation and staff spot at resort 
9:00am  Depart resort
9:50am  Approximate arrival at San Xavier Mission
10:30am  Depart San Xavier Mission
11:15am  Approximate arrival at Tubac (lunch on own or at Stables Restaurant)
3:00pm  Depart Tubac
4:00pm  Approximate return to resort

OCTOBER 21, 2021 - Tubac and San Xavier Mission

SKU: AME951021A-11
    • Deluxe transportation (please note there are no restrooms), up to 8 hours
    • Uniformed MC&A staff, up to 8 hours
    • Self-guided tour of San Xavier Mission Del Bac
    • Time for guest to explore and shop at Tubac
    • Iced bottled waters on vehicle
    • All applicable taxes and gratuities
    1. San Xavier Mission closes at 5:00pm daily.
    2. There is a minimum of 10 guests / no maximum for this tour.
    3. Suggested attire includes comfortable walking shoes.  During winter months we recommend wearing a light jacket.   During warmer months we recommend sunglasses, sunscreen and a visor or hat.
    4. Itinerary above can be adjusted based on client preference.  
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