SANTA CRUZ SAFARIS

All day adventure and photo tours of  the Santa Cruz Valley

-- See first hand the war on  immigration.

 --Tumacacori and Tubac  historic  sites.

 –- Nogales , Arizona .

 – Horses, old ranches and maybe even a cowboy.

 -– Patagonia , Sonoita.

 -- Kentucky Camp, Rosemont, existing mines.

 RESERVATIONS:
(520) 841 2278
email:hughholub@msn.com

SANTA CRUZ SAFARIS
P.O. Box 4773
Tubac , Arizona 85646

RATES & TERMS:
For 1-4 people-- $120

 $30 additional per person in your separate following vehicle

Payable cash or check

Bring own sack lunch

Tours start at 8 AM unless otherwise agreed on. Tours last 6+ hours. Tours subject to cancellation due to adverse weather.

Tours start in Tubac, Arizona  unless otherwise arranged

   

tours available:

SANTA CRUZ SAFARIS
Your tour guide

Hugh Holub is a writer and environmental attorney who has lived and worked in the border area for over 50 years.

 The purpose of these tours is to take you to the real places in the Santa Cruz Valley .

Every tour will be unique because we don’t know what we’ll encounter…what the weather will be…and whether that once in a lifetime photo opportunity will be there.

The safari is an adventure.

See Arizona's Santa Cruz Valley like you never imagined….

 

 

 

BORDERLANDS
Tubac to Amado to Arivaca to Ruby to Nogales then back to Tubac

 First hand look at ground zero in the war on illegal immigration.  

HISTORICAL SITES & MISSION
Tubac to Tumacacori  and back to Tubac

A tour of the historic sites of Tubac and the Santa Cruz Valley

(Includes walking tour of Old Town Tubac

 

BORDERTOWN
Tubac to Nogales back to Tubac

The infamous fence, Morley Avenue , yard shrines, life on the border.

OLD RANCHES
 Tubac to Rio Rico north back to Agua Linda then back to Tubac.

A tour of ranch country in the Valley.

 

PATAGONIA
Tubac to Patagonia to Sonoita back to Tubac

  See Santa Cruz County ’s oak and grassland country, detours to either ghost towns or wine county.

MINING COUNTRY
Tubac to Kentucky Camp then near Rosemont site then west  of Green Valley and back to Tubac.

See the sites of proposed mines, an old restored mining camp, and the sites of existing mines.