Bert takes 1 lucky family on an all-expense-paid dream vacation to the Grand Canyon. Their adventure includes flying high on an airborne go-kart, riding bareback on ostriches and much more.Go to Episode
Powerchuting involves a motorized cart, a propeller, a parachute and an airborne ride that can reach upwards of 1,000 feet. Typically, a ride costs around $300 and takes off from small rural airports.
27231 N. 71st Place
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
Bearizona offers the opportunity to experience the wildlife of the southwest from the comfort of your vehicle. Packs of wolves, bears with their cubs and mountain goats are among the wildlife you’ll see in their natural habitats at the park.
1500 E. Route 66
The Grand Canyon is one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World – at 277 miles long, 18 miles across and more than a mile deep.
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
The Imperial Sand Dunes are just inside the southeastern border of California. They are the largest mass of sand dunes in the state of California and extend for more than 40 miles.
Lost Dutchman State Park is 320 acres of state park with designated camp and RV sites. The most stunning feature of the Lost Dutchman State Park is a clear view to some of the most scenic portions of the legendary Superstition Mountains.
6109 N. Apache Trail
Apache Junction, AZ 85119
The Ostrich Festival in Chandler, AZ, simply celebrates the ostrich. Ostrich races, ostrich foods and many other ostrich activities make this an ideal stop for family fun.
2250 S. McQueen Rd
Chandler, AZ 85249
Sundance Helicopters offers aerial tours of the Grand Canyon, with the opportunity to land on the actual canyon floor for a boat ride down the Colorado River.
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