Grand Canyon "PLUS" Tour
Base Fare $1850.00
After breakfast, we'll head out to one of the destinations you selected. As with day one, the pace will be relaxed, and the views will be amazing.
Second Stop Option: If you choose to add a second stop to your day, the timeline may change a bit. An earlier departure time may be required to fit everything in. You can also expect to arrive back in the Phoenix area a bit later in the evening. We factor in plenty of stops throughout the day for photo taking and leg stretching.
Immediate non-refundable deposit of $200.00 is due at time of booking and will be applied to the final balance. The final balance is due 7 days prior to tour departure. The final balance is non-refundable. Cancellations made more than 7 days prior to tour departure will forfeit $200.00 deposit.
Room needs vary by Group, so we devised the following procedure for booking rooms.
Individual luggage must be kept to a maximum of one carry-one less than 50 pounds or one day pack less than or equal to 40 liters. It is recommended to travel with a small day pack for easy access to the camera, sun block, and clothing.
Todd handles all Tour Bookings personally, so please call (480) 256-8268. Please leave a message if Todd's helping another Guest. He'll call you right back.
Opt. # 3 Canyon de Chelly
Opt. # 2 Antelope Canyon
Unlike many Tour Companies, we pick you up where you're staying.
Heading up I-17 North, we'll Stop in Sedona, AZ. We suggest Chapel of the Holy Cross and Airport Rd. Overlook. Both offer amazing views of the Sedona Red Rock Valley. The Airport Rd Overlook is also listed as one of the areas "Spiritual Vortex".
Departing up Oak Creek Canyon you'll get a glimpse of a VERY DIFFERENT Arizona. Oak trees line the two lane State Highway, creating a green tunnel in the Summer and Fall. In the Winter it's not uncommon to have a dusting of snow on the ground as we ascend up onto the Mogollon Rim.
Arriving at the Grand Canyon National Park at around 12:30pm, we'd suggest lunch at the El Tovar Hotel. Built in 1904 the restaurant offers great views of the Grand Canyon. After lunch, and a walk around the Grand Canyon Village, we'll head out to some of the more remote, less crowded overlooks. Our personal favorite is Lipan Point. The Grand Canyon really starts to open up the further we travel, making every stop unique.
Leaving the Grand Canyon around 4pm, we'll head East onto the Hopi/Navajo Reservation. You'll see the Painted Desert in the distance, tomorrows destination.
After a short stop at Horseshoe Bend, we'll stop in Page, AZ for our first-night stay.
Early breakfast followed by one of the below stops. For an extra $300, pick two, but expect to add about 4 hours to your trip.
Opt. #1 Monument Valley
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