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Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Sedona

Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Sedona - Sedona, Arizona
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Duration: 11 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$157.46

You get to choose how you see the Grand Canyon South Rim on this breathtaking tour from Sedona. Perhaps you'd like to see the IMAX movie, maybe enjoy a bird's eye view over the Canyon in a helicopter, or why not ride the historic Grand Canyon Railway? Whatever option you choose, you're guaranteed to see some of the most spectacular sights on earth!

Your day begins with complimentary pick-up at your resort ... More info ›

You get to choose how you see the Grand Canyon South Rim on this breathtaking tour from Sedona. Perhaps you'd like to see the IMAX movie, maybe enjoy a bird's eye view over the Canyon in a helicopter, or why not ride the historic Grand Canyon Railway? Whatever option you choose, you're guaranteed to see some of the most spectacular sights on earth!

Your day begins with complimentary pick-up at your resort. You will learn all about the Grand Canyon's history, geology and more on this comprehensive day tour. Your knowledgeable guide will be narrating as you drive through this beautiful, diverse landscape. Enjoy a drive through Oak Creek Canyon (one of the 20 most scenic drives in the nation), Flagstaff and on to the Grand Canyon.

Your first stop at the Grand Canyon National Park is at Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim, where you will have free time to explore the historic buildings, visit the gift shops or walk part of the paved South Rim trail. Then, follow your guide to the East Rim to a few more great lookouts. You will see amazing views of the Colorado River and the Painted Desert off in the distance. As you exit the park, you will drive along Little Colorado River Gorge into the Navajo nation. Here, you will stop at the Historic Cameron Trading Post. You will have the opportunity to browse the Native American artwork and shop for souvenirs. A family friendly movie is shown on the journey back to your hotel. A fun, educational day for all!

This tour offers an array of optional extras. Please see 'Itinerary' below for further details.

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Ultimate Grand Canyon - Exclusive!

Ultimate Grand Canyon - Exclusive! - Sedona, Arizona

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$153.46

Set out to see some of the greatest scenery in the Arizona desert on a full-day tour that takes you all the way to the Grand Canyon. From sandstone rocks and ancient Native American ruins to one of the world's most incredible landmarks, this adventure surrounds you with the wonders of the Southwest ... More info ›

Set out to see some of the greatest scenery in the Arizona desert on a full-day tour that takes you all the way to the Grand Canyon. From sandstone rocks and ancient Native American ruins to one of the world's most incredible landmarks, this adventure surrounds you with the wonders of the Southwest. The tour van carries you out from Sedona, past the incredible layered sandstone bluffs of Oak Creek Canyon, and onto the high desert of the Colorado Plateau. Check out the Sunset Crater Volcanic and the centuries-old Pueblo ruins at Wupatki National Monument before you head into the lands of the Navajo Nation and visit the historic Cameron Trading Post for a lunch. Next, head west and into Grand Canyon National Park to admire some spectacular views from the canyon's South Rim. The drive brings you to Grand Canyon Village, where you have free time to explore on your own. Get an up-close look at the magnificent scenery of this natural wonder before you start the ride back to Sedona.

  • 10 hr Round Trip with Hotel Pick up/Drop Off leaves about 7:30am depending upon where your Hotel is located.
  • Drive to Sunset Crate Volcanic National Monument - Stop at Desert Vista - 15 min approx.
  • Wapatki National Monument - 45 minutes
  • Cameron Trading Post - Lunch provided (up to $12/per person) Additional fees are customer responsibility.
  • East Gate Gran Canyon National Park ($8/per person Entrance fee-included) UNDERSTAND & FOLLOW PERMITS
  • Desert View Drive - 30 minuites - NO stops at the picnic areas allowed.
  • Grand View Stop - 15 minutes
  • Drop guests off at Village/El Tovar for 1 hour - understand where to meet up again. 
  • Return to Sedona via best route 
  • Covered topics are Geology, Ancient People, Navajo People, Grand Canyon History and Sedona History as well. 

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Comprehensive Grand Canyon Tour from Sedona

Comprehensive Grand Canyon Tour from Sedona - Sedona, Arizona
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$164.78

See it all on this full-day Grand Canyon tour from Sedona. This tour combines a visit to the Sinagua Pueblo Ruins, the lava fields, Sunset Crater and of course, the majestic Grand Canyon's South Rim ... More info ›

See it all on this full-day Grand Canyon tour from Sedona. This tour combines a visit to the Sinagua Pueblo Ruins, the lava fields, Sunset Crater and of course, the majestic Grand Canyon's South Rim. Hotel pickup and drop-off, lunch and bottle water is included.

This comprehensive day trip from Sedona will show you it all!

After pickup from your Sedona hotel, you'll explore the Grand Canyon in full. Your morning you will start with a visit to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Then, take a leisurely stroll through the lava flow field with the opportunity to take breathtaking pictures.

Next, you'll make a stop to see the 1500 year old Pueblo Ruin “Wupatki”, which was one of the biggest trade centers of this area. Walk into the Kiva (ceremonial room) and the ball court. Learn about the way of life of the Sinagua Indians and the modern tribes of Arizona that still live here.

You will have lunch at the popular Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation. You'll get amazing views from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon as you visit the Desert View Watchtower, Lipan Point, Yavapai point and the Grand Canyon Village overlooks.

Your tour will conclude with drop-off back to your Sedona hotel.

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Grand Canyon Hike with Sedona and Flagstaff Hotel Pickup

Grand Canyon Hike with Sedona and Flagstaff Hotel Pickup - Sedona, Arizona
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$240.58

Come hike the Grand Canyon. Come along for a hike that ventures beyond the pavements of the rim and offers a breathtaking descent into this magnificent gorge along one of the South Rim trails ... More info ›

Come hike the Grand Canyon. Come along for a hike that ventures beyond the pavements of the rim and offers a breathtaking descent into this magnificent gorge along one of the South Rim trails. Learn about the flora, fauna, geology, archaeology and history of the Grand Canyon from naturalist guides.

Venture beyond the pavements of the rim and hike a breathtaking descent into this magnificent gorge along a South Rim trail. Experienced, certified guides will lead you on an unforgettable trip that takes you a mile and a half down into this greatest of all canyons, with fantastic views and the thrill of knowing you have actually hiked the Grand Canyon. Enjoy a snack lunch at a beautiful picnic spot in the canyon before ascending back to up to the rim. It looks harder than it is. People from ages 9 to 75 have taken this four-hour round trip. When you reach the top, reward yourself with a lunch which is included, where Grand Canyon hikers traditionally celebrate their accomplishment with a hearty meal. Water, snacks, hiking poles, backpacks and crampons for sure footing are provided, as well as hiking tips and fun stories from the back-country. Your guides will pick you up at your hotel and return you at the end of a full-day adventure, one that you will never forget.

Highlights:

  • Enjoy Oak Creek Canyon on your drive up to the Grand Canyon
  • Hike the Grand Canyon (Hiking poles and backpacks provided)
  • Lunch,snacks and drinks included
  • Visit multiple overlooks along the rim after your lunch
  • Little Colorado River Gorge
  • Visit the Historical Cameron Trading post

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Antelope Slot Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour

Antelope Slot Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Tour - Sedona, Arizona
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$218.60

Come and see the water-carved slot canyon with sunlight and sky reflections rays spectacularly splashing the narrow sandstone walls with hues of orange, yellow, blue and purple. You will also see Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon and the Painted Desert on this day tour through the beautiful southwest.

Your fun and knowledgeable tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in Sedona ... More info ›

Come and see the water-carved slot canyon with sunlight and sky reflections rays spectacularly splashing the narrow sandstone walls with hues of orange, yellow, blue and purple. You will also see Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon and the Painted Desert on this day tour through the beautiful southwest.

Your fun and knowledgeable tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in Sedona. Your tour begins with a climb through scenic Oak Creek Canyon from 4,500 feet above sea level to 7,500 feet onto the Colorado Plateau. Here you have a stunning view of Arizona's largest mountain, the San Francisco Peaks - a 12,600-foot volcano.

A stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post affords you an opportunity to shop for authentic Native American artwork of Zuni, Navajo and Hopi origin, before you continue through the spectacular colored rock formations of the Painted Desert.

At Horseshoe Bend, walk a mile and a half roundtrip to an iconic clifftop overlook of the world famous in the Horseshoe Bend - 1,000 feet below.

A box lunch is provided at Glen Dam with breathtaking views of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon, before a Navajo guide introduces you to the marvels of Antelope Canyon on an exciting tour into the narrows.

Finally, you return home surrounded by a beautiful sunset over the Painted Desert.

Boxed lunch provided, includes:  Turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomato & cheese, on marble rye bread, condiments on the side, chips, pretzel/hummus side, and cookie.

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Grand Canyon Sunset Tour from Sedona

Grand Canyon Sunset Tour from Sedona - Sedona, Arizona
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$175.76

The Grand Canyon is the most stunning of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, and to see it in the magical light of sunset is an unforgettable experience. View stunning landscapes on your trip up to the Grand Canyon such as Oak Creek Canyon, the San Francisco Peaks, the Navajo Nation and parts of the painted desert as well as the Little Colorado River Gorge.

Your tour starts with a drive through beautiful Oak Creek Canyon - a route which has been deemed the most scenic drive in the United States ... More info ›

The Grand Canyon is the most stunning of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, and to see it in the magical light of sunset is an unforgettable experience. View stunning landscapes on your trip up to the Grand Canyon such as Oak Creek Canyon, the San Francisco Peaks, the Navajo Nation and parts of the painted desert as well as the Little Colorado River Gorge.

Your tour starts with a drive through beautiful Oak Creek Canyon - a route which has been deemed the most scenic drive in the United States.

You climb from 4,500 to 7,000 feet to get a fantastic view of Arizona's highest mountain - the San Francisco Peaks, an ancient volcano of 12,600 feet.

Continue toward the mystical rock formations of the Painted Desert and make a stop at historic Cameron Trading Post to shop for Native American artwork from the Zuni, Hopi and the Navajo tribes.

Your next stop is the incomparable Grand Canyon National Park. Catch a dramatic glimpse of the Little Colorado River Gorge and marvel at the glory of the Grand Canyon from some of the most amazing overlooks in the Park: Desert View with its historic watchtower, Lipan Point with its expansive view of the great gorge, Yavapai Point with a 600-foot sheer drop at the edge and a fascinating showcase of the Grand Canyon's 1.8-billion-year old rocks.

Round out your day with the breathtaking view of the sunset over the Grand Canyon and a dinner at the Grand Canyon before returning to Sedona.

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