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Polaroid of the Week – Saguaro Cacti

Polaroid of the Week – Saguaro Cacti

In and around Tucson and the Sonoran Deserts there are hundreds of thousands of Saguaro Cacti, Arizona’s state flower. Being surrounded by these gigantic cacti every day still feels very surreal. A Saguaro can get 150 – 200 years old and reach a height of  up to 18m/60ft. The  Saguaro State Park west and east of Tucson has countless hiking trails that allow you experience the beauty of the Saguaro to the fullest.

Polaroid of the week: Road tripping in Southern Arizona - GlobetrotterGirls

Friday 19th of February 2021

[…] part of the US with new eyes and our itinerary included revisiting old favorites of mine, like Saguaro National Park, road tripping to nearby towns such as the Old Western town Tombstone (including its hilarious […]

Polaroid of the week: Road tripping in Southern Arizona | GlobetrotterGirls

Friday 29th of May 2015

[…] part of the US with new eyes and our itinerary included revisiting old favorites of mine, like Saguaro National Park, road tripping to nearby towns such as the Old Western town Tombstone (including its hilarious […]

Megan Gates

Monday 21st of June 2010

Weren't the saguaros amazing???? Only in Tucson.....