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Vegas: Sedona, Antelope & Grand Canyon, Zion Park 7-Day Tour
Experience a brand new one of a kind 7-day tour to Las Vegas, Sedona, Horseshoe Bend, Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Valley of Fire, Zion Park & More. We are departing from Los Angeles.
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- Journey from Las Vegas to the red rocks of Sedona via the Mojave Desert.
- Immerse in Monument Valley's landscapes and Horseshoe Bend's vistas.
- Witness Antelope Canyon's formations and Valley of Fire's ancient beauty.
- Spend a leisurely day exploring Las Vegas' vibrant attractions.
- Experience the grandeur of the Grand Canyon and Navajo artistry in Page.
DescriptionStart your exciting 7-day journey in San Francisco, see the famous Golden Gate Bridge, and explore Chinatown. Visit the beautiful Yosemite Park and the bright city of Las Vegas. End with the amazing views of Sedona, Monument Valley, and Antelope Canyon. It's a great mix of city sights and natural wonders. Day 1: San Francisco – Bay Cruise – Golden Gate Bridge – Chinatown Start your tour at Fisherman’s Wharf with a cruise in the world-famous bay. See great views of both the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island on the way to Sausalito. Return to Pier 39 for a leisurely lunch before an afternoon tour that takes in all the city’s famous landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Union Square, Chinatown, and Nob Hill. Stay overnight in Modesto. Day 2: Modesto – Yosemite Summer Route: Head east through the farmlands of the Joaquin Valley to Yosemite National Park. Stop at El Capitan, Bridal-Veil Falls, and Half Dome. After a beautiful day in the park, head to Stevenson Ranch and stay the night at the Comfort Inn and Suites Stevenson Ranch. Day 3: Stevenson Ranch – Las Vegas Head east through the desert and Death Valley to arrive at the gambling capital of the world: Las Vegas. Stop for lunch at the outlet mall in Barstow and in the evening visit the strip to see some amazing hotels such as Caesar’s Palace, Luxor, Mirage, Paris, Venetian, Bellagio, New York New York, Treasure Island, and more. Stay overnight at the Harrah’s Hotel. Day 4: Las Vegas – Hoover Dam After a leisurely breakfast, make the way to the Hoover Dam to learn and understand how this man-made phenomenon was built and what it did to the area. After, you head back to Las Vegas for a free afternoon to enjoy some of the many unique attractions or popular shows that the city has to offer. Overnight: Harrah's Hotel Day 5: Las Vegas – Sedona Start the day by travelling across the Mojave Desert and head up the Colorado Plateau and historic Route 66, before arriving in Sedona. Sedona is known as the jewel of the desert and considered as one of the most beautiful places in America. Drive the breathtaking scenic Oak Creek Canyon that descends 2000 feet (610 meters) to the valley floor. You stop for photos of the red rocks and surroundings at the Oak Creek Canyon overlook, and the slide rock state park. Enjoy a lunch break in Sedona where you can browse authentic Indian arts and crafts stores together with unique boutiques and galleries. After the break you head out to the surrounding desert to visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross (self-guided visit using local shuttle service) and enjoy panoramic views of the Sedona red rock formations including Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral rock. In the late afternoon, you depart the Sedona area to Page for overnight. Overnight: Clarion Inn, Page Day 6: Sedona – Monument Valley – Horseshoe Bend Head to Monument valley, one of the most majestic and photographed points in the world. The visit starts with a jeep tour with led by Navajo Indians. After, you head to the mighty Colorado River, for a visit to “Horseshoe Bend” a spectacular sight unique to this region of the country. Overnight: Clarion Inn, Page Day 7: Antelope Canyon – Valley of Fire – Las Vegas Tour the lower Antelope Canyon and visit the spectacular dunes. After, you start making your way back to Las Vegas, along the way stop for a lunch break and then visit the “Valley of Fire”. Depart the Park for an early evening arrival in Las Vegas Luxor Hotel & Casino. Winter itinerary: Everything is the same except for the 2nd day Day 2: San Francisco – Monterrey – Stevenson Ranch Winter Route: start the day with a visit to Monterrey to include the wharf and Cannery Row, visit to the town of Carmel-by-the-sea, head south to the world-famous Route #1. Overnight: Comfort Suites, Stevenson Ranch
Includes6 nights hotel accommodation including tax and Continental Breakfast Multilingual Professional guides Round-trip transportation by air-conditioned minibus Entrance to Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon and Valley of Fire Jeep tour in Monument Valley Tour of Antelope Canyon with local Navajo Guide. Horseshoe Bend entrance fee Glen Canyon viewpoint entrance fee Entrance to the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park
- Guides in your language of choice are offered for the entirety of the tour. The guides will provide insightful commentary and assistance in your preferred language, ensuring a memorable and enriching journey for all.
- The guides will translate the Navajo guide’s explanation into your preferred language
- All ages allowed. Infants need a backpack or chest carrier.
- Please be advised that the group may enter either Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon depending on weather and crowd conditions
- Participants must be able to walk 1.5 miles (2.5 km) over uneven surfaces to participate in this tour
- Comfortable walking shoes are strongly advised
- In the event of inclement weather, the canyon may be closed for safety precautions without advanced notice. In these instances, refunds will be at the discretion of the Navajo