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Tailor-Made Travel to the Southwest

8 days from $3,900

Visit Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon on a custom tour designed for you!

Request a Tailor-Made Itinerary

or call 855-215-8690

Overview

Explore the many highlights of southwestern USA at a reasonably relaxed pace. You’ll visit a handful of Arizona's national parks, taking in some of the country’s most striking landscapes on guided walks and leisurely hikes.

Highlights included

  • Follow walking trails and see incredible geological formations in Zion National Park
  • Enjoy a native Navajo-led guided tour through Monument Valley
  • Learn about the regions indigenous cultures on a thrilling jeep tour
  • Take in the red rock landscapes as you drive between the national parks

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive in Springdale, Utah

Upon arrival at the airport, you will pick up your rental car. Your three hour drive today is filled with spectacular mountain vistas as you wind your way towards Zion National Park. You may wish to stop for lunch and window shopping in the delightful town of St. George before arriving in Springdale, where you can make yourself at home at your hotel and enjoy views of the red rocks peaks of Zion National Park.

Day 2 – Zion National Park, Utah

Zion National Park awaits your discovery today. The highlights of Zion are easily seen by taking a six mile scenic drive, but it's certainly worthwhile spending time on foot exploring the park's many beautiful walking trails.

Day 3 – Lake Powell

Depart the lush green trees of Zion National Park and venture for two and a half hours into the arid desert scenery around Page, Arizona. This afternoon you may wish to take a boat trip on nearby Lake Powell, a vast reservoir on the Colorado River, which straddles the state border between Utah and Arizona.

Day 4 – Monument Valley, Arizona

Continue your journey east and make the two hour drive from Page to Monument Valley. Here you have the afternoon free to explore this dramatic copper landscape, an iconic panorama synonymous with the American Wild West. You can visit some of the ancient Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings and long-abandoned adobe and stone houses surrounded by 1,000 foot high canyon cliffs.

Day 5 – Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Take a native Navajo-led guided tour through the valley this morning. The Navajo Nation have lived in the region for hundreds of years and your guide will explain the history, geology, flora and fauna of Monument Valley from a Navajo perspective. This afternoon, drive three and a half hours west to the Grand Canyon. There are many breathtakingly beautiful spots to stop for views of the Colorado River en route. The rest of the day is free for you to take in the amazing views from the many viewpoints along the canyon's edge.

Day 6 – Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Depart the Grand Canyon and drive for two hours through the lush forests to the red rock region of Sedona. You could stop en route in the town of Flagstaff, which has several museums detailing the lives of the region's indigenous cultures and early settlers.

Day 7 – Sedona, Arizona

Today you will take a 4x4 trip to explore the region's remarkable red rock scenery. In the afternoon, spend a few hours relaxing at the hotel. Alternatively, visit nearby Boynton Canyon, considered to be the birthplace of Yavapai Apache, and you'll find more well-preserved ancient cliff dwellings.

Day 8 – Return Home

Today, make your own way to the airport and drop off your rental car in time to catch your onward flight.

Included meals are denoted as follows: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L), Reception (R), Dinner (D)