No crowded buses here. No bumpy jeeps. Our Mercedes Benz Sprinter Touring Vans are customized to surround you with ultimate comfort and convenience on your journey of adventures to some of the most beautiful places in Arizona. Travel in style. Soft leather Captains seats that recline and spaced for lots of leg room. A ceiling height of 6’3″ and wide aisles for easy movement. Large entry with lowered steps. Climate-controlled. Wide angle viewing windows. Flat screen TV monitors with DVD videos. Overhead bins for easy storage. Our comfortable seating is arranged for eight touring guests, but we offer an extra “jump seat”, but we do not charge for a ninth guest that may use the jump seat. Our surround system permits narration by our skilled and knowledgable host guides. USDOT, AZDOT and Grand Canyon National Park certified and approved ensuring compliance and safety guidelines. Each touring van is inspected annually to 49 CFR and 396 FMCSR requirements that keeps Silver Spur Tours’ vehicles always current with CUA compliance. All mandatory documents are carried on board for inspection.
We always pickup private groups at their point of lodging and return to same. A high-powered telescope is on board for use at certain points of interest. Two pairs of binoculars are available for guest sharing. We carry one child booster seat, have throw-blankets and always have rain ponchos for loan in case of sudden rain. Of course bottled water and snacks are always available.
Our custom touring vans are limo-rated which permits alcoholic beverage consumption. The group must provide their own. We require that consumption is limited only to the return trip after the tour has been completed and that guests observe moderate use only. There are specific attractions which require walking and some spots do approach areas that could adversely affect the safety of guests if they have consumed alcohol. The safety of all guests is of prime importance. Your Silver Spur Guide reserves the right to terminate alcoholic beverage consumption when guest safety is compromised. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited by the Navajo Nation on the Navajo Indian Reservation.