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Lavender Jeep Tours is the best way to get to know Bisbee, Arizona. Since 2001, we have been introducing visitors to our community with driver-narrated tours throughout the hills and back roads of Old Bisbee, down to the "suburbs," and to the...more
We did the mile high Jeep tour. It was fun, funny and so informative. I learned more about the towns history and that of the surrounding area than I did the museums. It was a wonderful complement to a ghost tour. A 4 star experience....More
My husband and I took the 2 hour tour in and around Bisbee today and it was great! Our tour guide (Brian?) was very knowledgeable and friendly. Seems like he knew everything about the town, the buildings and the founding fathers of the town also....More
My husband and I were excited to visit Bisbee, AZ for a day trip while we were vacationing in Tucson. We found the Lavender Jeep Tours through Trip Advisor and decided to give them a try. About a week and a half before our visit...More
We chose the 90 minute private tour. No spaces were available and when we could not stay until the afternoon they called in a driver from his home. Talk about pleasing the customer. Our driver, Brian, was knowledgeable, funny and actually stopped the jeep twice...More
We took the mile high tour on the Lavender Jeep Tours. They showed us around town from the bottom of the canyon to the upper reaches of this old mining town. Great tour! Informative with lots of local color. And, the place has quite a...More
The Historic Bisbee tour is a great way to explore Old Bisbee. Tour guide Gary is awesome! His commentary was an interesting mix of history and architecture. He also talked about the people of Bisbee; he didn't focus just on prominent individuals who helped create...More
We took the historic 90 minute tour. Very knowledgeable guide who took us around narrow, winding hilly streets that we would not have found on our own. Excellent narrative and we learned a lot about Bisbee and the historical buildings. Pricey but well worth it.
Right on time we were greeted by our tourguide Jerry in front of the Copper Queen hotel in the heart of Bisbee. They have a little office in that hotel. He took us on a amazing tour through the very steep (and I mean very...More