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ItineraryDay 1: From Salt Lake City TO Moab UtahStop At: Arches National Park, Moab, UtahWe Begin the Hotel and Travelers Pick Up In Salt Lake CIty then travel to Moab UtahDuration: 1 hourPass By: Arches National Park Scenic Drive, Arches National Park, UtahAs we Travel From Salt Lake City To Moab Utah and Arches National Park. Enjoy some amazing scenery and some of this is where a lot of the Mars Missions and testing is done. Stop At: Moab Horses, Moab, UtahArrive Moab UtahDuration: 1 hourStop At: Arches National Park, Moab, UtahAfter checking in at Hotel, Eat some Dinner and Head out to the National park. The park after dark allows you to see the various landscapes of Arches National park at night. By using billions of stars as the backdrop.Duration: 3 hoursMeals included: • Lunch: We do Provide Lunch in Green River. Restaurants are: Ray's Tavern, Tamarisk Restaurant, Tacos La Pasadita. • Dinner: Welcome Dinner included.Accommodation included: MainStay Suites Moab, Hyatt Place, Aarchway Inn, Holiday Inn, SpringHill, Fairfield Inn, Red Cliffs LodgeDay 2: Arches National Park Stop At: Arches National Park, Moab, UtahYou will travel into the Park today and see the many different land Formations that were created from millions of years of erosion. Most of the land formations are from rain and wind and other acts of nature. There are many different hikes available for this day. Ask your Guide about the hike that are available. Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel • Lunch: If any hikes are being completed, we will provide a picnic lunch.If no hikes we will drive out to the area Restaurants. • Dinner: Jet Boat ride and light Show and DinnerAccommodation included: You stay at the hotel that you have checked into.Day 3: Canyonlands National ParkStop At: Canyonlands National Park, Moab, UtahExplore Canyonlands NP today. Enjoy the many different areas to see and the hikes. Do not forget to see the old Indian ruins ask your guide about the things to see and do. Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast: At the Hotel. • Lunch: If any hikes are being completed, we will provide a picnic lunch.If no hikes we will drive out to the area Restaurants. • DinnerAccommodation included: You will have last night at this HotelDay 4: Capitol Reef National Park to Bryce Canyon National ParkStop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, UtahAfter you leave Moab see some more great scenery and look out for Mars yes Mars in Hanksville Utah it is where they are doing the training for the upcoming Mars mission The Mars Desert Research Station - MDRS.Enjoy the beautiful sunrise from your hotel before returning to Capitol Reef National Park for a great morning of hiking and exploring more of this park. Options for today include Hickman Bridge, Cassidy Arch, Grand Wash, Cohab Canyon, Chimney Rock, and Sulphur Creek. Each one offers an experience unique to its own area with different rock layers being available for exploration.One your way to Bryce we stop in Boulder at Anasazi State Park The park is focused around the reconstructed ruins of an ancient Anasazi village, referred to as the Coombs Village Site, which is located directly behind the museum. There are a self-guided trail visitors can take through the village with interpretive signs explaining the various features of the village, and the culture of the people who once lived there.Once finished, you will transfer to Bryce Canyon National Park (4-hour drive) along the Scenic Route 12, one of the most scenic roads in America. You will climb over the Aquarius Plateau (topping out at 9,600 feet), drive down into Boulder, Utah, then over the “Hogback” with a drop of hundreds of feet on either side of the narrow road, and traverse the labyrinth of canyons that form the Grand Staircase Escalante Monument.Once in Bryce Canyon, you will begin with a short hike to Mossy Cave along the East Fork of the Sevier River as it cascades down into the valley of Tropic. (Only runs in the spring, summer, and fall). This will be your first experience in this magical landscape filled with Hoodoos and other interesting geological formations. In the evening, you will get to relax in Bryce City, Utah.For those interested, you can attend the Night Sky/Astronomy program offered by the park service at the visitor’s center. (Available from May to October, weather permitting)breakfast Lunch Dinner Breakfast, lunch included. Duration: 10 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner: Welcome Dinner to Bryce CanyonAccommodation included: Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon, Rubys Inn, Bryce Canyon InnDay 5: Bryce Canyon National Park to Zion National Park Drive to Springdale Utah Stop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, UtahSunrise at the Rim of Bryce Canyon offers those willing to wake up with the sun the opportunity to see this landscape transform from a gray mass into a colorful wonderland filled with odd-shaped pillars and walls of rock. Hoodoos are found throughout the world, but these are colored in ways unmatched by any other area on earth. Spanning over 2000 feet in elevation, Bryce Canyon has three distinct climate zones within its borders. Created by the processes of faulting, geological uplift, and frost wedging, this landscape has transformed itself into a playground for you to enjoy. From a comfortable walk along the rim to hiking the Queen's Garden/Navajo Loop trail or Fairyland Loop trail, you will have a full morning inside the hoodoos, spires, and other geological features in this park. Along with hiking, you have the opportunity to see pronghorns, antelope, deer, and other mammals on this high plateau. Duration: 5 hoursStop At: Springdale Visitor Center, Springdale, UtahAround lunch time, you will transfer to Zion National Park. (2 hours). Along the way, you will enjoy lunch at one of the many local eateries that are available. Coming into the east entrance of Zion National Park, you will witness the top layers of the largest sand dunes that have ever existed. You will enjoy the opportunity to see bighorn sheep climbing the area, ponderosa pine trees growing out of the side of sheer cliffs, and the individual layers of sand shaped and altered over millions of years.After a brief stop at Checkerboard Mesa and a few other prime photo stops, you will have the opportunity to hike up if you like to Canyon Overlook and look 2500 feet down to the bottom of Pine Creek and Zion Canyon. After traversing through the historic 1.1 mile long tunnel and down into the canyon, you will get to enter into the main canyon and continue to see why this landscape was sacred to the Native Americans who lived here for thousands of years. Once finished, you will transfer to the entrance of the park and into Springdale, Utah, for a relaxing evening. Lodging for the night Springdale Ut. Around this hotel you have art galleries, eateries, and other fantastic shops to explore before calling it a day.Duration: 5 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner: Cowboy Dinner show Seasonal Accommodation included: Hotels in the Springdale Hurricane Area All 3 starDay 6: Zion ParkStop At: Zion National Park, Zion National Park, UtahThe towering red & yellow cliffs of Zion National Park will be above us on both sides of the road. Day in Zion park. Your guide will meet you in the lobby, then you embark on the journey to Zion National Park. Here, you'll explore sites like the Great White Throne, Angel's Landing, the Court of the Patriarchs, and the Narrows. Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Hotels in the Springdale and Hurricane Utah areasDay 7: Zion NP Stop At: Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, Zion National Park, UtahWake up early and explore the canyon or relax from your hotel's balcony in the shade of 3000 + feet of cliffs. You can walk along the Virgin River Narrows, cross Angels Landing, walk to the Emerald Pools, or climb the East Rim Trail to the top of the park, or visit the Cable Mountain or Observation Point.Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerNo accommodation included on this day.Day 8: Salt Lake CityPass By: Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, UtahFor your journey back to Salt Lake City, Utah, you'll leave the park. You'll stop for lunch along the way in historical Beaver, Utah at Cove Fort. Cove Fort Historic Site welcomes visitors year-round and is located approximately 30 miles south of Fillmore, Utah. The rock fort was built in 1867 and protected telegraph lines and travelers on the road between Salt Lake City and settlements further south. Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called families to manage the fort and ranch, and these families made Cove Fort their home. Their legacy of sacrifice and service can still be felt today. You'll also travel along the faultlines of the Hurricane and Wasatch. You should get through the Provo Canyon to Salt Lake City or Park City. These are all possible walks. Meals included: • Breakfast • LunchNo accommodation included on this day.

What’s included

  • 7x Breakfast
  • 7x Dinner
  • 8x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 6 nights
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • WiFi on board
  • Private transportation
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Video after the tour
  • Cove Fort Historic Site
  • jet boat and dinner
  • Explore an Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) village
  • dinner cowboy show
  • Entry/Admission - Arches National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Arches National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Canyonlands National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Springdale Visitor Center
  • Entry/Admission - Zion National Park
  • Entry/Admission - Zion Canyon Scenic Drive

What’s not included

  • Restroom on board
  • Alcoholic Beverages,souvenirs.

Itinerary

Day 1: From Salt Lake City TO Moab Utah Stop At: Arches National Park, Moab, Utah We Begin the Hotel and Travelers Pick Up In Salt Lake CIty then travel to Moab Utah Duration: 1 hour Pass By: Arches National Park Scenic Drive, Arches National Park, Utah As we Travel From Salt Lake City To Moab Utah and Arches National Park. Enjoy some amazing scenery and some of this is where a lot of the Mars Missions and testing is done. Stop At: Moab Horses, Moab, Utah Arrive Moab Utah Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Arches National Park, Moab, Utah After checking in at Hotel, Eat some Dinner and Head out to the National park. The park after dark allows you to see the various landscapes of Arches National park at night. By using billions of stars as the backdrop. Duration: 3 hours Meals included: • Lunch: We do Provide Lunch in Green River. Restaurants are: Ray's Tavern, Tamarisk Restaurant, Tacos La Pasadita. • Dinner: Welcome Dinner included. Accommodation included: MainStay Suites Moab, Hyatt Place, Aarchway Inn, Holiday Inn, SpringHill, Fairfield Inn, Red Cliffs Lodge
Day 2: Arches National Park Stop At: Arches National Park, Moab, Utah You will travel into the Park today and see the many different land Formations that were created from millions of years of erosion. Most of the land formations are from rain and wind and other acts of nature. There are many different hikes available for this day. Ask your Guide about the hike that are available. Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel • Lunch: If any hikes are being completed, we will provide a picnic lunch. If no hikes we will drive out to the area Restaurants. • Dinner: Jet Boat ride and light Show and Dinner Accommodation included: You stay at the hotel that you have checked into.
Day 3: Canyonlands National Park Stop At: Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah Explore Canyonlands NP today. Enjoy the many different areas to see and the hikes. Do not forget to see the old Indian ruins ask your guide about the things to see and do. Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast: At the Hotel. • Lunch: If any hikes are being completed, we will provide a picnic lunch. If no hikes we will drive out to the area Restaurants. • Dinner Accommodation included: You will have last night at this Hotel
Day 4: Capitol Reef National Park to Bryce Canyon National Park Stop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah After you leave Moab see some more great scenery and look out for Mars yes Mars in Hanksville Utah it is where they are doing the training for the upcoming Mars mission The Mars Desert Research Station - MDRS. Enjoy the beautiful sunrise from your hotel before returning to Capitol Reef National Park for a great morning of hiking and exploring more of this park. Options for today include Hickman Bridge, Cassidy Arch, Grand Wash, Cohab Canyon, Chimney Rock, and Sulphur Creek. Each one offers an experience unique to its own area with different rock layers being available for exploration. One your way to Bryce we stop in Boulder at Anasazi State Park The park is focused around the reconstructed ruins of an ancient Anasazi village, referred to as the Coombs Village Site, which is located directly behind the museum. There are a self-guided trail visitors can take through the village with interpretive signs explaining the various features of the village, and the culture of the people who once lived there. Once finished, you will transfer to Bryce Canyon National Park (4-hour drive) along the Scenic Route 12, one of the most scenic roads in America. You will climb over the Aquarius Plateau (topping out at 9,600 feet), drive down into Boulder, Utah, then over the “Hogback” with a drop of hundreds of feet on either side of the narrow road, and traverse the labyrinth of canyons that form the Grand Staircase Escalante Monument. Once in Bryce Canyon, you will begin with a short hike to Mossy Cave along the East Fork of the Sevier River as it cascades down into the valley of Tropic. (Only runs in the spring, summer, and fall). This will be your first experience in this magical landscape filled with Hoodoos and other interesting geological formations. In the evening, you will get to relax in Bryce City, Utah. For those interested, you can attend the Night Sky/Astronomy program offered by the park service at the visitor’s center. (Available from May to October, weather permitting) breakfast Lunch Dinner Breakfast, lunch included. Duration: 10 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner: Welcome Dinner to Bryce Canyon Accommodation included: Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon, Rubys Inn, Bryce Canyon Inn
Day 5: Bryce Canyon National Park to Zion National Park Drive to Springdale Utah Stop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah Sunrise at the Rim of Bryce Canyon offers those willing to wake up with the sun the opportunity to see this landscape transform from a gray mass into a colorful wonderland filled with odd-shaped pillars and walls of rock. Hoodoos are found throughout the world, but these are colored in ways unmatched by any other area on earth. Spanning over 2000 feet in elevation, Bryce Canyon has three distinct climate zones within its borders. Created by the processes of faulting, geological uplift, and frost wedging, this landscape has transformed itself into a playground for you to enjoy. From a comfortable walk along the rim to hiking the Queen's Garden/Navajo Loop trail or Fairyland Loop trail, you will have a full morning inside the hoodoos, spires, and other geological features in this park. Along with hiking, you have the opportunity to see pronghorns, antelope, deer, and other mammals on this high plateau. Duration: 5 hours Stop At: Springdale Visitor Center, Springdale, Utah Around lunch time, you will transfer to Zion National Park. (2 hours). Along the way, you will enjoy lunch at one of the many local eateries that are available. Coming into the east entrance of Zion National Park, you will witness the top layers of the largest sand dunes that have ever existed. You will enjoy the opportunity to see bighorn sheep climbing the area, ponderosa pine trees growing out of the side of sheer cliffs, and the individual layers of sand shaped and altered over millions of years. After a brief stop at Checkerboard Mesa and a few other prime photo stops, you will have the opportunity to hike up if you like to Canyon Overlook and look 2500 feet down to the bottom of Pine Creek and Zion Canyon. After traversing through the historic 1.1 mile long tunnel and down into the canyon, you will get to enter into the main canyon and continue to see why this landscape was sacred to the Native Americans who lived here for thousands of years. Once finished, you will transfer to the entrance of the park and into Springdale, Utah, for a relaxing evening. Lodging for the night Springdale Ut. Around this hotel you have art galleries, eateries, and other fantastic shops to explore before calling it a day. Duration: 5 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner: Cowboy Dinner show Seasonal Accommodation included: Hotels in the Springdale Hurricane Area All 3 star
Day 6: Zion Park Stop At: Zion National Park, Zion National Park, Utah The towering red & yellow cliffs of Zion National Park will be above us on both sides of the road. Day in Zion park. Your guide will meet you in the lobby, then you embark on the journey to Zion National Park. Here, you'll explore sites like the Great White Throne, Angel's Landing, the Court of the Patriarchs, and the Narrows. Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Hotels in the Springdale and Hurricane Utah areas
Day 7: Zion NP Stop At: Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, Zion National Park, Utah Wake up early and explore the canyon or relax from your hotel's balcony in the shade of 3000 + feet of cliffs. You can walk along the Virgin River Narrows, cross Angels Landing, walk to the Emerald Pools, or climb the East Rim Trail to the top of the park, or visit the Cable Mountain or Observation Point. Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner No accommodation included on this day.
Day 8: Salt Lake City Pass By: Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah For your journey back to Salt Lake City, Utah, you'll leave the park. You'll stop for lunch along the way in historical Beaver, Utah at Cove Fort. Cove Fort Historic Site welcomes visitors year-round and is located approximately 30 miles south of Fillmore, Utah. The rock fort was built in 1867 and protected telegraph lines and travelers on the road between Salt Lake City and settlements further south. Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called families to manage the fort and ranch, and these families made Cove Fort their home. Their legacy of sacrifice and service can still be felt today. You'll also travel along the faultlines of the Hurricane and Wasatch. You should get through the Provo Canyon to Salt Lake City or Park City. These are all possible walks. Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch No accommodation included on this day.
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