Title: 100 Things to Do in Mesa Before You Die
Author: Teresa Bitler
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
From kayaking on the Salt River to listening to a symphony play from the stage of the state’s largest performing arts center, there’s always something new to discover in Mesa, Arizona. As Phoenix’s largest suburb, Mesa is a city of limitless adventures, just a short trip from its exciting neighbors: Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, and Queen Creek. 100 Things to Do in Mesa Before You Die explores Mesa and the East Valley, taking you to the places most area guidebooks overlook as well as covering the top attractions.
Learn about a little-known botanical garden showcasing Native American canals at Mesa Grande Cultural Park, have a spiritual awakening at a Greek monastery in the desert, and take a leap of faith at the largest skydiving center in the world at Skydive Arizona. Not to mention, you’ll find information on spring training in the Valley and different ways to explore the Sonoran Desert.
Whether you plan to spend a few days or a month, award-winning travel writer Teresa Bitler has enough ideas to keep you busy your entire stay. Entertaining facts and information on tours and itineraries make this guide an invaluable resource.
Teresa Bitler has spent much of her life in Mesa and the East Valley.
This comprehensive list celebrates the top ways to connect with the city and nearby surroundings with exciting and unique activities.