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$170 Day Trips & Excursions

Grand Canyon National Park Full-Day Tour from Phoenix

Your knowledgeable and professional tour guide will pick you up between 6:45 – 7:45 a.m. in a comfortable 10 passenger custom seated van. As you travel north through the Sonoran Desert and up to the Ponderosa Pine forest of northern Arizona, you will feel the temperature drop and witness the varied terrain with the changes in elevation. You will experience a pleasant mingling of American, Mexican, and local cuisine with a lunch stop on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Cameron, Arizona, just 32 miles from the East entrance of Grand Canyon National Park.Your personalized van tour spends up to 3 ½ hours touring the 26 mile east rim drive. From Desert View, the location of the historic Watchtower, to Grand Canyon Village and the Historic El Tovar Hotel, your Southwest Tour’s Driver/Guide is with your group throughout the day to give you their insights of the canyon, answer your questions and put you in your pictures with the spectacular Grand Canyon as a backdrop.Our return trip makes a brief dinner/snack stop prior to returning to your pick up location.

$524 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3 Day Sedona Grand Canyon Horseshoe Bend Antelope Canyon Zion

Day 1 Pickup at the Excalibur Hotel, bus holding area. We will be leaving the Excalibur Hotel at approximately 7:00 am heading towards 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 Seligman Arizona home to the Angel of Route 66, this is where you will find all sorts of memorabilia and Route 66 souvenirs. From Route 66 we head on to the mystical magical Sedona, beautiful location right off the Oak Creek Canyon Overlook for a memorable drive into the Red Canyon which is Sedona. We will have lunch and spend some free time in the area. Overnight in Flagstaff Arizona Day 2 Breakfast at the hotel and departure towards 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. From Cameron, we head to the Antelope Canyon tour, breathtaking sights and amazing photography. The city of Page Arizona was built to house the workers of Glen Dam and the creation of the second largest manmade lake in the US, Lake Powell, 1960 miles of shoreline, 186 miles long, named after the explorer John Wesley Powell. Overnight in Page Arizona Day 3 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. We 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.

$629 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3-Day Las Vegas to Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon and Zion

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 Horshoe Bend. From here we head back to Page, AZ Day 3 Page to Zion Breakfast at the hotel and departure towards the city of Page Arizona was built to house the workers of 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.

$745 Cultural & Theme Tours

4-Day Las Vegas, Sedona, Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon and Zion National Park from Los Angeles

Day 1  Today we head through the Mojave Desert to the fab Las Vegas, we stop at the Outlets of Barstow for shopping, lunch and souvenirs.  We stop along the way for lunch. We stop at the Seven Magic Mountains in Jane, NV for photos, they were created by the Swiss artist Ugo Nordinone. Seven pillars of huge, neon-hued boulders stretch up to the sky, “creative expression of human presence in the desert.” We continue to the Fabulous Las Vegas. We end our tour at the renowned Excalibur Hotel and for those who want to head out on their own, we recommend checking out the main attractions on foot, the beautiful fountains at the Bellagio, the amazing Caesars Palace, the Venetian with the gondolas and so on, or you can book a show and enjoy any of the Cirque de Soleil and many other attractions. Your Tour Guide can assist you in planning your evening.Day 2 Pickup at the Excalibur Hotel, bus holding area.  We will be leaving the Excalibur Hotel at approximately 7:00 am heading towards Sedona with stops in Kingman, AZ, 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 Seligman Arizona home to the Angel of Route 66, this is where you will find all sorts of memorabilia and Route 66 souvenirs. From Route 66 we head on to the mystical magical Sedona, beautiful location right off the Oak Creek Canyon Overlook for a memorable drive in to the Red Canyon which is Sedona. We will have lunch and spend some free time in the area. After this,  Overnight in Flagstaff ArizonaDay 3 Breakfast at the hotel and departure towards 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.From Cameron, we head towards Horseshoe Bend, a natural bend of the Colorado River with a spectacular and iconic view.Then we head to the Antelope Canyon tour, breathtaking sights and amazing photography.The city of Page Arizona was built to house the workers of Glen Dam and the creation of the second largest manmade lake in the US, Lake Powell, 1960 miles of shoreline, 186 miles long, named after the explorer John Wesley Powell.Overnight in Page ArizonaDay 4  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.  We then head towards St. George Utah for a late lunch, driving through the Virgin River Gorge then the Mojave Desert. Today we drive through 4 states on our way back to Los Angeles.  For those who wish to remain in Las Vegas, our tour ends at the Excalibur Hotel, bus holding area.

$945 Cultural & Theme Tours

4-Day Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon and Zion National Park from Los Angeles

Day 1 Today we head through the Mojave Desert to the fabulous Las Vegas, we stop at the Outlets of Barstow for some shopping, lunch and souvenirs. After lunch we pass by the famous Ivanpah Solar Plant, the plant has a gross capacity of 392 megawatts (MW).  We stop at the Seven Magic Mountains in Jane, NV for foto opportunities, They were created by the Swiss artist Ugo Nordinone. Seven pillars of huge, neon-hued boulders stretch up to the sky, “creative expression of human presence in the desert.” We then continue to the Fabulous Las Vegas. We end our tour at the renowned Excalibur Hotel and for those who want to head out on their own, we recommend checking out the main attractions on foot, the beautiful fountains at the Bellagio, the amazing Caesars Palace, the Venetian with the gondolas and so on, or you can book a show and enjoy any of the Cirque de Soleil and many other attractions. Your Tour Guide can assist you in planning your evening. Day 2-Pickup at the Excalibur Hotel, bus holding area. We will be leaving the Excalibur Hotel at approximately 7:00 am on our way to 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, AZDay 3- 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 we head on to Monument Valley for an open vehicle tour through this amazing valley. From here we head to the Horseshoe Bend, a natural bend of the Colorado River with an iconic and spectacular view. From here we head back to Page, AZ  Day 4-The city of Page Arizona was built to house the workers of Glen Dam and the creation of the second largest manmade lake in the US, Lake Powell, 1960 miles of shoreline, 186 miles long, named after the explorer John Wesley Powell. So we head to the Carl Hayden Visitor Center with amazing views of the Glen Dam and Lake 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 4 states and back to Los Angeles.  For those who wish to stay in Las Vegas, our tour ends at the Excalibur Hotel, bus holding area.

$225 Outdoor Activities

Grand Canyon Tour

My Arizona Guide will whisk you away to Northern Arizona and the Grand Canyon.  Start your tour with a quick drive through Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. We always recommend the historic El Tovar restaurant for lunch and would be happy to make a reservation for you, they are required. If your desire is to take a little walk or visit the museum and gallery of Mary J. Colter’s Hopi House or the Famous Kolb Brothers Studio please let us know your wishes, there is too much to see in one day.After exploring Grand Canyon Village, we will travel east along the approximately 30 mile rim road, making brief stops along the way of course, to the breathtaking view a top Desert View Watch Tower.  This amazing landmark was skillfully crafted by famed architect Mary J. Colter, incorporating many of the ancient construction technique, material, art and design of the Native American cultures that have inhabited this sacred area for thousands of years.Upon leaving the park we will cross the Painted Desert to Cameron.  If time allows, the historic Cameron Trading Post is the perfect place to stop and eat in their magnificent dining room overlooking the Little Colorado River and their shop with both fine artisan pieces and trinkets is a great place to load up on gifts for family & friends. The last leg of our journey takes us to the high country and through Flagstaff.  Dinner is always an option or just relax, sleep and bask in the memories of the day.