Multi-Day Private Arizona Tour
4 Day / 3 Night
Antelope Canyon • Horseshoe Bend • Monument Valley • Grand Canyon • Sedona
Phoenix to Page
Experience one of the most sought-after tickets in the west. Antelope Canyon is a thing of beauty and no picture online can ever truly do it justice. Located in Navajo territory in Northern Arizona, take a cultural trip through one of the world’s most famous slot canyons. Afterwards, embark on a 1.5 mile walk to the scenic Horseshoe Bend and stand in awe at the mighty Colorado River winding its way through the canyon at 270 degrees from 1,000ft above. We conclude our day with a stay at the Lake Powell Resort for some R and R.
Page to Monument Valley
Ever watch the old Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner Cartoons? Or how about Forrest Gump? Then you will recognize this scenic location! Tour the amazing Monument Valley with a Navajo guide and learn all about the incredible history and geology of the classic western scenery known around the world. After a full day of adventuring, we arrive at the Grand Canyon South Rim to catch some sleep for the day ahead.
Grand Canyon Sunrise & Sunset
Rise and Shine to an awe-inspiring sight, the sunrise at the Grand Canyon. One of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World; explore Arizona’s pride and joy. No picture or video can ever truly prepare you for the majesty of the Grand Canyon and we are sure you’ll agree. Our guide takes you to all the scenic locations and gives you an in-depth experience (pun intended) you won’t get anywhere else. Conclude the day with a beautiful sunset and another cozy overnight stay at the canyon.
Sedona and a Fond Farewell
Head south from the Grand Canyon and make your way back to Phoenix. We take a fun pit stop in Williams, to see one of the few remaining/thriving Route 66 towns and continue through Flagstaff. A short drive from Flagstaff is beautiful Sedona, famous for its red rocks and spirituality. Take time to enjoy the town, grab some lunch from one of the many restaurants, or maybe even a palm reading for those seeking the “vortexes” of Sedona. Finally, we head back to Phoenix, sharing our favorite memories from the trip. No goodbye from us, only until next times, as we hope to welcome you to our great State of Arizona again in the future!