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Desert Belle Boat Tour

 

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Half Day – Sunday, April 14

Desert Belle Boat Tour
Date: Sunday, April 14
Time: 12:00 p.m – 2:30 p.m.
Location: Saguaro Lake
Cost: $51

photo of boat on big lake surrounded by rocky cliffs

The Desert Belle


Description

The Desert Belle Tour Boat is a 143-passenger boat that is accessible by persons with disabilities. The boat has two levels: upper is open air and lower level is climate controlled.  Narrated nature cruises are 90 minutes in length.  Passengers will be educated on the rich history, geology, geography, desert landscape, and exotic wildlife that is native to Saguaro Lake.  Saguaro Lake is located in Tonto National Forest. 

Leaders

Suzanne Hagberg, captain of the Desert Belle

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