- 3 days (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
This is an amazing 3 day tour through the most beautiful views available, Grand Canyon National Park with stops at Mather Point and Desert View, Monument Valley in an open vehicle tour with the nicest people, the Navajo, Antelope Canyon, upper antelope, and the spectacular slot canyon and the most incredible pictures, Horseshoe Bend and the unique natural bend of the Colorado River, Zion National Park and it's incredible hiking trails all in an air conditioned vehicle with a knowledgeable guide.
- 2 nights accommodation
- Monument Valley open vehicle tour
- Tour Guide
- Bottled water
3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Returns to original departure point
Day 1 Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon to Page, AZ
Pickup at the Excalibur Hotel, bus holding area
We will be leaving the Excalibur Hotel at approximately 7:00 am heading towards the Grand Canyon with stops in Kingman, Arizona, for coffee and snacks then continue our drive on the I40, the Interstate that replaced the once renowned Route 66.
We will stop on Route 66 in historical Williams, Arizona for lunch, this is where you will find all sorts of memorabilia and Route 66 souvenirs.
After Lunch we continue to the Grand Canyon with stops at Mather Point and Desert View, taking in the spectacular views.
We then continue to Navajo Nation with a stop at a 1916 Native American Trading Post in Cameron, Arizona, many Native American artifacts can be seen and purchased here.
Overnight in Page, AZ
Day 2 Page to Antelope Canyon to Monument Valley
In the morning we head to Antelope Canyon, one of the most famous slot canyons created by flood waters on the Navajo Reservation, after our Navajo guided tour through the upper antelope canyon we head on to Monument Valley for an open vehicle tour through this amazing valley.
Upon our return we head to the famous Horseshoe Bend.
From here we head back to Page, AZ
Day 3 Page to Zion
Breakfast at the hotel and departure towards Glen Dam and the creation of the second largest man-made lake in the US, Lake Powell, 1960 miles of shoreline, 186 miles long, named after the explorer John Wesley Powell.
From here we will head to the beautiful Zion National Park with all its amazing views and hiking trails. We will spend some time at the Zion Lodge, taking on either one of the trails or a tour on the scenic Zion Shuttle Trolley Tour and then head towards St. George Utah for a late lunch, driving through the Virgin River Gorge then the Mojave Desert. Today we drive through 3 states on our way back to the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada for an end to a fabulous tour.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
- Collapsible wheelchairs with removable wheels can be accommodated providing the passenger is accompanied by someone who can assist them board and disembark
- 1 suitcase per person mandatory
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 35 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
My brother and I took this trip in mid-June and it was fantastic. Our visits and stops along Route 66 were amazing because we both love the history behind "The Mother Road". The Grand Canyon stop was wonderful too. Plenty of time during two different stops to take in the grandeur. My hopes for decent views of Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley were not denied. Antelope Canyon was incredible spiritual in many ways. At Monument Valley, the ever changing weather patterns that day provided us with sunshine, rain, wind, a booming thunder storm and ever changing clouds across the valley...something a lot of people won't get to experience. Thrilling!! The last day at Horseshoe Bend, the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell were great and our final stop at Zion NP was outstanding.
The accommodations in Page, AZ were 2-Star and a little shabby but the hotel was situated amongst some terrific restaurants...Fiesta Americana and Big John's Texas BBQ.
I will suggest a couple of things. It was very confusing for us to get started at The Excalibur as there was no direction for us amidst the 7 or 8 other large tour buses there. It would've been nice to have a tour company rep there to help guide us. The videos on the bus which were played during some longer driving periods were great, except for the very last movie played for us between Zion and Vegas. An awful, dark movie with extreme violence and profanity was not appropriate for the passengers on board.
All in all an excellent tour.
This trip was awesome. It includes everything in the description. I was visiting The Grand Canyon for the 2nd time and getting to know the rest of the locations was as impressive as the Canyon itself. Our guide Ingrid was great! Very knowledgeable of Native American's culture and the history of the sites we visited. She took very good care of the entire group. A comodations for 2 nights were very nice in a very convenient location. Planning to take my parents and young boys now. I can't recommended this tour enough. You get a lot for the price.
This is the best tour I have by far and I would highly recommend it. Our tour guide is professional, fun and very knowledgable. She's very passionate and she does her research before telling us the history/story about the towns we go past and the attractions that we are going. We did 1,000 miles in 3 days but we saw so many breath-taking sights and we learnt so much about them. Before the trip we thought Grand Canyon is the best but at the end of the trip, Grand Canyon is nothing compared to Antelope Canyon and Zion. This tour is our highlights of the trip and we've had an amazing experience and wonderful memories.