Passover Programs in Arizona

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The United States has many different Pesach Programs and Passover friendly locations to choose from each year. Arizona hosts fabulous programs for you to indulge in.

Flagstaff

Flagstaff, Arizona is home to some of the most magnificent landscape you will ever lay your eyes on. A Pesach holiday spent in this area ensures you the chance to see Humphrey’s Peak. That is the tallest mountain in Arizona.

You will have the opportunity to visit the Native America pueblo sites and see the Pioneer Museum. Rich cultural artifacts will allow you to take a step back in time and imagine life from the 1800s and the early 1900s.

Wupatki National Monument is home to some very well-preserved Indian ruins. See the structures the native Americans created and marvel at their architecture as you imagine what it was like to live in that desolate looking area so many years ago.

Take a guided tour of the Riordan Mansion State Historical Park. See the massive mansion with forty rooms that was constructed in 1904. The restoration work has been authentic so the pieces you will see are exactly like what would have been in the mansion at that time.

The Lowell Observatory will provide you with a chance to learn more about the celestial bodies above us than you have ever dreamed of. Take your star gazing to new heights after you have visited this observatory and used the interactive displays.

Go at night and view the stars like you have never seen them before. The sites are breathtaking and will leave a lasting impression on you.

Take a drive along Interstate 40 while you are there and you will be alongside 600+ volcanoes. The youngest of the volcanoes in this area is the Sunset crater Volcano. You can go to the National Monument to the volcano and hike the trails for an up close and personal look at the landscape and terrain.

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort

This is a Passover program that brings you close to the infamous Sonora Dessert while you are staying in the heart of the Phoenix North Mountain Preserve.

Enjoy the Waterfall Village that offers waterfalls, pools, a waterslide, and private cabanas where you can relax and enjoy the scenery in complete privacy. Each of the cabanas have four lounge chairs and guests can request additional chairs.

The cabanas have their own fridges that are stocked with soft drinks and fruit platters for you to enjoy. There are also private waiters if you prefer to have some sangria, a drink, or some other snack or drink. You will be pampered and relaxed, and the waiters will hand deliver you BBQ delights to enjoy.

The food selection and taste is above reproach. The hotel goes out of its way to make sure that all guests have the meals and snacks they desire, whether they are early morning risers or they like to sleep in and enjoy more of a brunch.

If you love the idea of a BBQ then you will be delighted to know that there is a daily BBQ each afternoon for you to participate in and enjoy.

There is an award-winning golf course for you to enjoy. Kids camp and teen programs to entertain the younger members of your group and nearby you can visit the Camelback ranch, the Acadia Ice Rink, the Butterfly Wonderland and the Science Center. There is something to do and entertain everyone you are traveling with.

Beauty of Arizona

The beautiful Arizona landscapes, the crisp air and the open spaces are some of what attracts so many people to Arizona for holiday adventures. Arizona still has the rugged looking exterior landscapes for all of the people who want rustic and real extreme adventures. It also has beautiful cities, fabulous shops, and entertainment venues designed for every taste and personality.

The climate is warm and you will bask in the sunshine. The pools are inviting even in the early spring as the afternoon sun warms the area. The night skies allow you to see more stars than you have ever seen before because there are not as many man-made lights dimming the skies and stopping you from seeing the amazing beauty above you.

Daily Minyanim

You will also have the time to reconnect with your faith while you are here. The provoking lectures and inspiring Davening offer you the opportunity to reload and reestablish your faith. Rabbis and inspirational speakers will be there to help you along this journey.

Final Thoughts

The Arizona Passover programs offer delightful entertainment like comedians, musicians, mentalists, and more. It is a family friendly atmosphere but couples can enjoy it just as much as families do.

This is a Passover program designed to intrigue, delight, and tantalize your senses. Your family will talk about Arizona for years to come.

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