• National Parks of the Southwest
    “America’s Canyonlands”

  • 7 nights/8 days (an extra night can be added).
    Enjoy the beauty of the Southwest as we take you inside America’s impressive Canyon Country. You’ll experience the outback of Monument Valley and float down the Colorado River with one-thousand-foot-high canyon walls towering over you. Staying in the National Park Lodges, you will marvel at the vistas of the most famous and breathtaking views in the world. Enjoy viewing the sunrise over the Hoodoos in Bryce Canyon and watch the sunset over the horizon in Zion.

  • DoubleTree Resort
    Paradise Valley

    Located in Scottsdale, AZ you'll spend your first night of the tour at this AAA four diamond property.  Relax and get ready for your journey at this beautifully landscaped property, surrounded by lavish courtyards, cactus and tropical palm trees.  Meet your fellow travelers at the Welcome Reception dinner.

  • Grand Canyon’s South Rim

    Carved over millions of years by the Colorado River, and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we will enjoy the views as we have lunch on the rim.  No Grand Canyon tour would be complete without exploring the canyon rim and Canyon Village as you please, witnessing the rugged landscape's vast beauty.  

  • Lake Powell Resort

    Travel through the Navajo Reservation en route to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell, one of the largest man-made lakes in the world, for a three-night stay.  

  • Monument Valley

    Monument Valley in the Navajo Nation, was made famous as a setting of many westerns by director John Ford. Our exploration by four wheel vehicle will include Buttes & Mesa's and our native guides will demonstrate their music heritage

  • Float trip on the Colorado River

    You will float through Glen Canyon; your experienced river adventure guide imparts a wealth of knowledge about the canyon as you glide past colorful walls of Navajo sandstone.   After your experience on the river we will explore the Glen Canyon Dam and walk the Rainbow Bridge. 

  • Private Lake Powell Dinner Cruise

    A true highlight, you'll dine aboard the sleek, double-decked yacht, Canyon Princess.

  • Bryce Canyon National Park

    A wondrous land of pines, pinnacles and oddly sculpted formations known as hoodoos, resembling the towers of fairy tale castles. Magnificent spires, tinted with shades of pink, orange and red, put on a captivating show as the light changes throughout the day. 

  • The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

    Listed on the National Historic Register, The Lodge is nestled in a forest of towering ponderosa pines in the heart of the park. Keep an eye open for the park’s abundant wildlife, including elk, coyotes, marmots, and prairie dogs, as you explore the park from this much sought-after accommodation. One-night stay.

  • Zion National Park

    Colorful sandstone canyons and 3,000-foot-high palisades tower above the lush greenery of the canyon floor. The park's shuttle system and network of hiking trails afford access to its key geologic features - thriving vegetation includes cottonwood trees and dry desert plants; wildlife ranges from mule deer to hundreds of bird species. 

  • Zion Lodge

    Spend the night at the restored Zion Lodge, the only hotel accommodation inside the Zion National Park.

  • Mojave Desert

    Depart Zion National Park for a memorable journey across the vast, colorful vistas of the northeastern Mojave Desert.   

  • Las Vegas, NV

    Get ready for a bit of culture shock as you arrive in Las Vegas, Nevada – a city that truly never sleeps, offering non-stop entertainment and fancifully themed casinos.  Enjoy one-night and depart for home after breakfast or book a few extra nights in Vegas!