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Operation City Quest Scavenger Hunt - Tucson, AZ

Operation City Quest Scavenger Hunt - Tucson, AZ
2 hours
USD 10.00
Operation City Quest is an open world scavenger hunt, in which you use your smartphone along with a remote guide to seek out 150+ items including monuments, statues, and unique points of interest.  Challenges and trivia from your guide makes Operation City Quest fun for the whole family. This downtown adventure game is played for two hours while walking about 2 miles.<br>

Wacky Adventure Walk Game - Tucson, AZ

Wacky Adventure Walk Game - Tucson, AZ
2 hours
USD 10.00
Wacky Walks is a unique walking game. It is similar to a board game in which the power, or control shifts from one player to another, and instead of a board, you'll be navigating the&nbsp;city streets with your smartphone to play. <br> <br>The objective of the game is to have fun, learn some facts about&nbsp;the city, be a little wacky, and enjoy the company of whoever you are playing with. Wacky Walks will start out by designating who will be the first King or Queen (kind of like a Team Captain), but don't worry, that could soon change. You'll then go out on checkpoints throughout the city. <br> <br>At each checkpoint, the players will need to answer a question about the checkpoint and the players, or “pawns” as we call them will perform a task for the King or Queen. <br> <br>Wacky Walks is done completely on foot and usually takes about two hours to complete. But don't worry, you won't be alone. You'll have a remote/virtual guide that will be available in case you get stuck.

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Tucson Airport (TUS) Car Rental

Welcome to the car rental Tucson Airport information page with information on Tucson Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Tucson driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your Tucson Airport car rental options and search for the best available Tucson car rental rates in the search box below.

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Tucson Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

Nine rental car agencies are located at TUS Tucson International Airport. Rental car counters and parking garage are located immediately adjacent to the main terminal.

Tucson Airport Car Rental Companies

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Tucson Driving Information

Driving is on the right side of the road.

All Tucson Airport rental cars are automatic transmission.

Your local drivers' licence is required.

An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).

Tucson Driving Stress Level: 5/10


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Last Updated: 18 Dec 2020