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$179 Cultural & Theme Tours

Grand Canyon Deluxe Small-Group Tour From Phoenix

Journey through the beautiful Arizona landscapes on this small-group trip from the Phoenix-Scottsdale area! Visit the Grand Canyon and explore Route 66 on an exciting full-day tour. After departing the Phoenix metro area, your tour travels through the expansive Sonoran Desert filled with the native saguaro cactus. The scenery begins to change as we increase in elevation and views of the cactus fade into pine trees. As you continue further into Northern Arizona, travel the outskirts of the Route 66 town of Flagstaff and from the highway, see the San Francisco Peaks among the seemingly endless Ponderosa Pine Forest, the largest contiguous forest of ponderosa pines in the world.Williams will be your first stop along the tour for a chance to experience Route 66, the iconic American highway steeped in rich tradition. While in Williams, guests will have the opportunity to “get their kicks on Route 66” with walks along the original route, explore the local shops and capture souvenir photos highlighting a bygone era in classic American history. Also known as the Will Rodgers Highway, Route 66 is the most recognizable road in the United States and stretched 2,448 miles from Chicago to California upon completion. While you are enjoying Route 66, your guide will pick up your box lunch made fresh that morning.  (Starting Jan. 1, 2019 box lunch will be offered as an option.)You’ll experience about three hours within the National Park marveling at the beauty that is the Grand Canyon. Don’t forget to visit the historic El Tovar Lodge and Hopi House in Grand Canyon Village. While at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, you will have opportunities to walk the rim, shop, capture an unlimited number of photographs, or enjoy your lunch and relax with the best seat in the house. Then, enjoy a scenic ride back to the Phoenix-Scottsdale area.

$181.25 Cultural & Theme Tours

Grand Canyon via Sedona and Navajo Reservation

Your day trip from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon includes some of Arizona's most scenic landscapes. Start with a journey through the Sonoran Desert to the red rock country of Sedona, continuing your tour along a pretty 22-mile scenic drive through Oak Creek Canyon. You’ll travel up into the San Francisco Mountains surrounding the Flagstaff area through the town of Williams. You’ll arrive at the Grand Canyon around lunchtime, and you’ll have a break to eat, drink in the boundless wonders of the canyon from great overlooks, take a short nature walk or browse shops for souvenirs handcrafted by the local Native Tribes. After your lunch break, your guide will take you on a 25-mile driving tour along the rim of the Grand Canyon. This is the main event – incredible view after incredible view of the canyon will keep your jaw in a permanent dropped state. You’ll stop at viewpoints along the way to learn about the canyon from your knowledgeable guide and take pictures. The rim tour takes about two hours, and then your guide will escort you by van from the canyon through the Navajo Nation, where you’ll stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post, an authentic Navajo trading post. You will have time to shop, and enjoy views of the Little Colorado River Gorge and the Painted Desert in the distance. Conclude your tour with a journey across the Navajo Nation, back through the mountains of Flagstaff and into the Verde River valley, where a snack stop will be made early evening.  Minimum child age is four years old.

$429 Day Trips & Excursions

Grand Canyon Helicopter and Ground Tour From Phoenix

Journey through the beautiful Arizona landscapes on this small-group trip from the Phoenix-Scottsdale area! Visit the Grand Canyon and explore Route 66 on an exciting full-day tour. After departing the Phoenix metro area, your tour travels through the expansive Sonoran Desert filled with the native saguaro cactus. The scenery begins to change as we increase in elevation and views of the cactus fade into pine trees. As you continue further into Northern Arizona, travel the outskirts of the Route 66 town of Flagstaff and from the highway, see the San Francisco Peaks among the seemingly endless Ponderosa Pine Forest, the largest contiguous forest of ponderosa pines in the world.Williams will be your first stop along the tour for a chance to experience Route 66, the iconic American highway steeped in rich tradition. While in Williams, guests will have the opportunity to “get their kicks on Route 66” with walks along the original route, explore the local shops and capture souvenir photos highlighting a bygone era in classic American history. Also known as the Will Rodgers Highway, Route 66 is the most recognizable road in the United States and stretched 2,448 miles from Chicago to California upon completion. While you are enjoying Route 66, your guide will pick up your box lunch made fresh that morning.  (Jan. 1, 2019  lunch is not included.  Box Lunch will be an option.) Once at the Grand Canyon South Rim, board a state-of-the-art helicopter for a 45-minute flight over the Grand Canyon. You’ll fly towards the eastern end of the canyon, following the Colorado River, over the picturesque Kaibab National Forest and through the Dragon Corridor, the widest and deepest part of the Grand Canyon. You will be picked back up by your guide and continue on to explore the Grand Canyon National Park.  You can take in the natural beauty of the site by walking along the rim trail at one of the lookout points. Also, at the canyon you'll have time to shop and capture incredible pictures of the canyon.  You will then head back on a scenic drive back to Phoenix/Scottsdale area.

$157.99 Tours & Sightseeing

Grand Canyon from Flagstaff Small Group Day Tour with Guide

Your Grand Canyon day trip begins with hotel pickup from your Flagstaff hotel where you will then depart on an hour (approx.) journey to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. From there, you and your guide will make six to eight stops along the rim of the Grand Canyon. These stops include short optional walks to some incredible, less visited outlooks and a look into some of the area’s most impressive historic buildings including the El Tovar Lodge as well as the famous Desert View Watchtower. Your tour includes a picnic lunch at amazing Indian Ruins, as well as snacks, beverages and use of a high-powered spotting scope to see into the depths of the Grand Canyon. By the end of the day, you will travel east out of the Canyon towards Navajo-land, with an optional stop at one of the most famous Navajo Trading Posts around. Your tour will conclude back at your Flagstaff in time to a night out on the town.

$153.79 Cultural & Theme Tours

Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation

Join this popular tour and experience the beauty of this natural wonder from the best overlooks with plenty of time for a nature walk, lunch and shopping at the curio stores. Tour the beautiful East Rim of the canyon and visit additional viewpoints along this 22-mile drive. You will also visit the South Rim, where the Grand Canyon Village is located.On the return trip, visit historic Cameron Trading Post with its excellent selection of Native American arts and jewelry.

$71.76 Outdoor Activities

Old Bear Wallow Tour from Sedona

The beautifully rugged canyons and desert lands to be explored around Sedona call for a special mode of transportation - and a Jeep Tour is by far one of the most popular tourist attractions in Sedona, AZ.Follow this rough and rugged early stagecoach route, which was the only road between Sedona and Flagstaff until 1914! As you rise in elevation you will see some wondrous sites such as Snoopy Rock, Teapot formation and Damnfino Canyon. You will wind your way towards the top of the Mogollon Rim as your breath is taken away by the view of Oak Creek Canyon.  On the way back to town you will be wowed by Carousel Rock and the picturesque view of the Valley below.Please Note: upper portions of this trail may be closed in winter.