CELEBRATION OF COLLABORATION FINAL NIGHT EVENT: $45 per person - includes dinner & wine
This unique closing-event will provide the concluding networking opportunity to unite integrative practitioners from your region. Strategic seating brings together both providers and suppliers across the borders to share your best lessons learned and
encourage your continued collaboration long past the meeting! VIEW MORE INFORMATION & MENU
Enjoy the Desert Springs Oasis any time of year. Kids will love the 143-foot Sliderock water slide. Adults will enjoy the Acacia
Pool for adults only that offers a quiet, scenic area for guests to relax.
GOLF A CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE
If you’re a golf enthusiast, you’ll be thrilled to hear that the El Conquistador is the largest and most popular golf resort in Tucson. The Resort offers 45 holes of championship golf on 3 exceptional courses. Call 520-229-5353 for reservations.
WINDOW TO WELLNESS: Free daily offerings
Traveling well isn’t just about the journey, it’s also about staying well while adventure ensues. Window to Wellness daily activities, including yoga or nature walks, give you a new way to stay active and be well while helping you to connect with the natural surroundings of our picturesque Sonoran desert.
HIKE & BIKE THE LINDA VISTA TRAIL
The Linda Vista Trail is connected to the Resort and offers
breath-taking scenery. At 2.28 miles and with an elevation gain
of 1,435 feet, this moderate, 2-hour hike makes for a wonderful afternoon activity.
ENJOY ELEMENTS SPA
Take time for yourself. Escape to Elements, where our expert therapists offer a wide spectrum of customized specialty massage services to allow you to relax and rejuvenate. For more information, view the Elements Massage Services Menu, call 520-544-1260 or email for an appointment.
ACE A TOP TENNIS COURT
The El Conquistador Resort is ranked as one of the top tennis
resorts in the country by USTA. The Resort offers 31 lighted tennis courts and offers adult programs, junior programs and other activities for hotel guests.
A nature lover’s paradise, Catalina State Park has easy-to-follow self-guided nature hikes that take you through grassy desert plains and
into the northern foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. A long flowing creek gives great opportunities to view abundant desert wildlife.
The terrain of the Saguaro National Park differs from that found at its sister park to the west. Rolling foothills are softened with trees, grasses, and desert shrubs. An 8-mile loop drive around Cactus Forest Drive provides and overview of the park area.