Pricing:

  • $2,899 USD per person based on double occupancy
  • $3,499 USD per person based on single occupancy

A minimum of 6 passengers is necessary to operate this tour.

Departure Dates:

April 4-9 (Call for Availability) Sept 12-17

Overview:

Leave the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas behind and explore Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, Sedona, Winslow, Prescott, Kingman, and Oatman, AZ. Enjoy Stunning Vistas, Enchanting Sunsets, Native Americans, Ancestral Puebloan Ruins, Historic Mining Districts, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona’s Original State Capitol, and Historic Route 66. All within 6 days and 5 nights.

Tour Highlights:

  • Grand Canyon National Park
  • Wupatki & Sunset Crater National Monuments
  • Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert
  • Sedona, AZ  Pink Jeep tour and Sunset Dinner
  • Jerome, AZ & Arizona’s historic mining districts
  • Tuzigoot National Monument
  • Route 66 history and towns

Inclusions:

  • Knowledgeable Tour Guide
  • Comfortable Transportation
  • 5 Nights Lodging in 3* hotels
  • 5 Breakfasts Included
  • 5 Lunches
  • Pink Jeeps Broken Arrow Tour with sunset dinner
  • Kayaking on Granite Dells Reservoir
  • Park Entrance Fees
  • Water
  • Taxes, Fees, and Gratuity Associated With All Activities (Tour Guide Tips Excluded)

Day 1: Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park

Hotel Pick up at 6:00 am

Leave Las Vegas behind and start your travels with your first stop in Kingman, AZ for a brief experience with the Route 66 museum in the Old Kingman Powerhouse and a drive down Andy Devine BLVD. Afterwards, hop on I-40 and drive to Williams, AZ where you will enjoy lunch at one of the local eateries and a chance to explore this historic Railroad town.  After lunch, you will travel north to Grand Canyon National Park.  This park will offer you the opportunity to look down or hike down into the Grand Canyon and experience the majesty and grandeur of this park.  Hikes on the South Kaibab Trail are available to Ohh Ahh Point, Cedar Rest, or for the hearty soul, Skeleton Point. Also, if not interested in hiking as much, taking the shuttle out to Hopi point and the other stops on the way is recommended. Or you can take a scenic walk along the rim of the canyon between Mather Point and the Geology Museum or walk the trail of time between the geology museum and El Tovar Hotel.

Lodging for the night will be at Kachina or Thunderbird Lodge on the rim of the Grand Canyon

Day 2: Grand Canyon East Side, Wupatki National Monument, Sunset Crater National Monument, and Winslow, AZ

After a good night's rest, you will depart Tusayan and re-enter Grand Canyon NP and travel along the rim toward the east entrance of the park.  Along the way, you will stop at Grandview Point, the site of the first hotel on the rim of the canyon, and also Desert Watchtower.  There are multiple stops in between. After Desert Watchtower, you will stop for lunch at the historic Cameron Junction Trading post for an authentic Navajo lunch and the opportunity to see some of their workmanship and craftsmanship.

After lunch, you travel south to Wupatki National Monument for a chance to explore these fantastic Ancestral Pueblo dwellings perched on the edge of the San Francisco Volcanic Field.  Once finished here, you will travel through Sunset Crater National Monument for the opportunity to look at a volcano less than 1000 years old. Hiking is optional!!!!

Afterwards, you will skirt Flagstaff, AZ on your way to historic Winslow AZ.  If time allows, you will make a brief stop in Walnut Creek National Monument (recommend Meteor Crater). Once in Winslow, you will check into the La Posada Hotel. This is one of the few Fred Harvey Houses still operating that is left over from the glory days of travel by rail and Route 66.  Enjoy your evening in this historic town.

Day 3: Painted Desert & Petrified National Park & Sedona, AZ

This morning, after enjoying a delicious breakfast at this property, you will travel past Holbrook, AZ and into Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert.  This park has another historic hotel that you can visit while enjoying the beautiful scenery and cascading colors found within this area. Also you will visit one of the old remnants of historic Route 66 as it passed through this area.

After the painted desert, you will get to explore the ancient petrified forests that have been laying dormant for millions of years in this area.  There are multiple formations and hikes to explore and visit, along with more views and vistas of the Painted Desert.  You will learn about these unique and rare geological specimens and their unique history.  

When finished, you will enjoy lunch in Holbrook, AZ before traveling back to Flagstaff, AZ and then into Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona, AZ. When you arrive, you will have the evening free to explore the Old Town area or the Tlaquepaque Arts Village, or more hiking on the many trails that are found in this area. Lodging for the night will be at the Orchards Inn and Suites with its breathtaking views of the valley.

Day 4: Explore Sedona

This morning you can arise and enjoy a hike in the Sedona, AZ area with the sun. Your choices are between Devil's Bridge, a fantastic 166 ft natural bridge tucked up in a canyon behind the town, or you can explore Oak Creek Canyon, Bell Rock, or one of the many other formations in this area.  Once finished, you will enjoy the rest of the morning off.

Around 3 pm, you will congregate back together for one of the treats of the tour, a Pink Jeep tour of the Broken Arrow Trail with a BBQ dinner overlooking Sedona, AZ and the surrounding valley. This is their exclusive trail and offers the best seat in the house for dinner and sunset!

Lodging for the night will be in Sedona, AZ again.

Day 5: Tuzigoot National Monument, Jerome, AZ & Prescott, AZ

This morning, you will depart Sedona and travel west to Cottonwood, AZ. This historic town is the home of a fantastic Pueblo ruin at Tuzigoot National Monument. You will explore the museum and the pueblo to learn more about these people and their home here before traveling up the mountain to Jerome, AZ.  

The historic mining town of Jerome, AZ is home to some fantastic histories of the miners, mine owners, and outlaws who made this one of the wickedest and richest towns in the western US.  Reduced to a ghost town, this town is experiencing a resurgence of growth with artists and some great restaurants.  You will enjoy a few hours learning about this history and other fascinating things that occurred in this western boomtown.

After a delicious lunch, you will travel over historic Mingus Mountain and then into Prescott, AZ where you will get to explore the first state capital of Arizona when it was a Territory.  A visit to the historic governor's mansion and others will finish the day.  Lodging for the night will be at the Springhill Suites in Prescott, AZ.

Day 6: Prescott, AZ, Historic Route 66, Oatman, AZ to Las Vegas.

For this morning, you will explore, hike, or Kayak on the Granite Dells of Prescott, AZ.  These formations have a beautiful reservoir nestled within their peaks.  You will spend a few hours visiting this area before returning to your hotel to refresh and check out before departing for Seligman, AZ. Some say this town was one that was based on the Cars Movie produced by Disney.

After a walk down this historic main street, you then drive on to Kingman, AZ and up over the mountain on original Route 66 to Oatman, AZ.  This historic mining town still boasts some of the buildings built at the time if started back in the 1880’s.  Also, don’t forget the wild burro’s turned loose by the miners…..

Once finished with this bit of history, you will travel back across part of the Mojave Desert to Las Vegas, NV.  You should arrive back on the Strip by 6:00 pm.

Other Details:

Transport: 12 Passenger Conversion Vans or Turtletop Vehicles.

Solo Travellers: $600 Single Occupancy Fee. 

Accommodations: Double Occupancy Hotel, 3 Star Hotels

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