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Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Sedona

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

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$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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Day Tour to Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins from Phoenix

Day Tour to Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins from Phoenix - Sedona, United States
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Duration: 11 hours
Location: Sedona, United States

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$139.00

Discover the stunning array of red sandstone formations at the Red Rocks of Sedona. In addition to experiencing the breathtaking backdrop of the Red Rocks you will also explore ancient Native American ruins on this day tour from Phoenix ... More info ›

Discover the stunning array of red sandstone formations at the Red Rocks of Sedona. In addition to experiencing the breathtaking backdrop of the Red Rocks you will also explore ancient Native American ruins on this day tour from Phoenix. You’ll have a total of approximately 1.5 hours in Sedona to explore on foot, visit world-class art galleries and shops, or get a psychic reading. Your guide will also take you to photo spots to view and explore the wonders of this sculpted red rock playground.

To be true to the area's rich history, the Sedona single day tour gives you a chance to explore ancient Native American civilization.You'll visit the ruins at Montezuma Castle National Monument.  Montezuma Castle National Monument is the most easily accessible, best preserved and arguably the most spectacular cliff ruins in North America. You'll see an impressive 20-room, 5-story structure built into the recess of a white limestone cliff about 70 feet (21 meters) above the ground.
Before heading back to Phoenix you will also visit The Chapel of the Holy Cross, an iconic Catholic chapel built into the mesas of Sedona, Arizona and Bell Rock, one of Sedona's most popular red rock formations.

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Ultimate Grand Canyon - Exclusive!

Ultimate Grand Canyon - Exclusive! - Sedona, United States

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Sedona, United States

From USD
$186.58

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.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Arizona Safari Jeep Tours, Sedona, Arizona

drive to Northern Arizona Flagstaff area

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Flagstaff, Arizona

Walk on the last volcanic eruption in Northern Arizona

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Wupatki National Monument

Ancient Ruins - where did these peoples go?

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Cameron Trading Post, Cameron, Arizona

Pick up Lunch here plus gift shop

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Grand Canyon South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Drive along the East rim to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to the Village/El Tovar area. Where you are dropped off to explore for about an hour on your own.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Arizona Safari Jeep Tours, Sedona, Arizona

Head back to Sedona and your hotel.

Duration: 3 hours

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Monument Valley Day Tour from Sedona

Monument Valley Day Tour from Sedona - Sedona, United States
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, United States

From USD
$217.61

Travel to the picturesque Monument Valley Tribal Park. This is one of the most well known and photographed parks in the world ... More info ›

Travel to the picturesque Monument Valley Tribal Park. This is one of the most well known and photographed parks in the world. From the towering buttes to the flat mesas, this is one day trip you won't want to miss! You will discover the beauty of these lands belonging to the Navajo and also travel through the Painted Desert and and more!
This tour departs Tuesday and Friday

Your journey will begin with a scenic drive up the famous Oak Creek Canyon. From there, you will travel through the San Francisco Volcanic field en route to the famous and historic Cameron Trading Post. The Cameron Trading Post was established in 1916 and is a fascinating introduction to Zuni, Hopi and Navajo art work and culture. Along the way, your guide will be telling stories and entertaining questions about the Navajo people, their history and culture.
Then you'll travel into the land of the Diné Bikéyah ("Navajoland"), home of the Diné ("the people"). See the hogans, the traditional housing of the Navajo on your way to the Navajo Nation and Reservation.
Once at Monument Valley Tribal Park, you will be treated to stupendous views of the red rock monoliths while dining at The View Restaurant.
Monument Valley has been the inspiration to everyone from Navajo Medicine Men to Hollywood directors. This is one of the most remarkable, beautiful and famous landscapes in the world, early recognized by Hollywood as a stunning background for western films. Take a journey to the land of the Navajo on this fascinating and incredibly scenic tour to the heart of Navajo Country.
This location visually stimulating. Enjoy a cultural experience as you travel through the Navajo Reservation as your guide shares with you stories of this ancient culture and information about the amazing geology and vistas along the way.
Your travel to Northern Arizona in a comfortable vehicle that seats no more than 14 passengers for an intimate and personal experience. The tour is fully narrated by some of the most experienced guides in the Southwest. You will make frequent stops at great scenic sites and to stretch your legs.
This tour departs Tuesday and Friday

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Grand Canyon South Rim from Sedona with Optional Helicopter Flight

Grand Canyon South Rim from Sedona with Optional Helicopter Flight - Sedona, Arizona
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

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$153.79

Visit the very attraction that gives Arizona it's nickname and enjoy a breathtaking exploration of the Grand Canyon on this day trip from Sedona. You'll stop at several overlooks such as the Grand Canyon Village, Yavapai Point, Lipan Point and the Desert View Watchtower ... More info ›

Visit the very attraction that gives Arizona it's nickname and enjoy a breathtaking exploration of the Grand Canyon on this day trip from Sedona. You'll stop at several overlooks such as the Grand Canyon Village, Yavapai Point, Lipan Point and the Desert View Watchtower. Learn about the history of the canyon and also spend time at the Cameron Trading Post to take in the Native American artwork.

You cannot visit Arizona and not explore the Grand Canyon, the most stunning of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world.

After pickup from your Sedona hotel, your knowledgeable and fun tour guide will drive through the spectacular gorge of Oak Creek Canyon and onto to the Colorado Plateau. Enjoy a sweeping view of the San Francisco Peaks, an ancient volcano that is Arizona's highest mountain, while heading west toward historic Williams and on to Grand Canyon National Park.

Gaze into the abyss from the meandering overlook at Grand Canyon Village and maybe even glimpse a Condor – the world's largest bird – before enjoying lunch at Maswik Cafe. Then, "ride the rim" on a drive that features the most amazing overlooks of the canyon:

  • Yavapai Point with its fascinating geology museum
  • Lipan Point with its sweeping views into the Canyon
  • Desert View with its historic watchtower and Hopi art
If you have selected the helicopter upgrade option, you will take to the skies for a 30-minute flight, providing unparalleled views of the Grand Canyon from the air.

Make a last stop at historic Cameron Trading Post featuring works from Hopi, Zuni and Navajo artists before returning home to a magnificent sunset over the high desert (seasonal).

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Grand Canyon Deluxe Tour from Sedona

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

From USD
$153.79

Explore Grand Canyon with an informative guide on this popular one day excursion. The tour includes a beautiful scenic drive up Oak Creek Canyon, a visit to the Navajo Indian Reservation and historic Cameron Trading Post as well as views of the Painted Desert cliffs and Little Colorado River Gorge ... More info ›

Explore Grand Canyon with an informative guide on this popular one day excursion. The tour includes a beautiful scenic drive up Oak Creek Canyon, a visit to the Navajo Indian Reservation and historic Cameron Trading Post as well as views of the Painted Desert cliffs and Little Colorado River Gorge. Make your day even more amazing with an optional helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon.

Enjoy a day filled with fantastic Grand Canyon experiences plus so much more. The day begins with a scenic drive up Oak Creek Canyon on Highway 89a, a National Scenic Byway. The road winds through the canyon from Sedona to the tall pine forests near Flagstaff. On the way, you’ll have fabulous views of Arizona’s highest mountains, the San Francisco Peaks, a dormant Volcano which erupted approximately 400,000 years ago. Enter the park on the western side of the South Rim. Get your first glimpse of the Canyon at Yavapai point, which is the widest spot in the National Park from the South Rim to the North Rim. See the Bright Angel fault line, parts of the Colorado River and the Bright Angel hiking trail from this overlook.

After your first overlook at the Canyon we will have lunch at the Maswick Lodge. Your second overlook will then be the Village where you get to see the historical El Tovar Hotel, the Hopi House which is a Pueblo replica and the Grand Canyon itself so you have plenty of time to explore. Take a walk along the canyon rim, visit the historic Kolb Studio, shop for souvenirs and watch for the giant California condors that call this area home. There is so much to see and do! Then continue eastward along the South rim, stop at Lipan Point and take in the vastness of the Canyon.

The adventure continues with the dramatic view of Grand Canyon at Desert View. Architect, Mary Jane Colter, set the stage for this view with her design of the Desert View Watchtower. Enjoy the view from a variety of perspectives both inside and outside the tower and learn about the unique design and art that make this place so beautiful and historically significant.

For an even more breathtaking experience, upgrade your tour with an optional scenic helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon. What a truly spectacular Grand Canyon day!

Once you leave the National Park travel alongside the Little Colorado River gorge on the way to the Cameron Trading Post. This tributary of the Colorado River is not as well-known as it’s “big brother” but offers impressive views on its path through the Navajo Nation.

You’ll stop at historic Cameron Trading Post, known for its outstanding selection of Native American arts and crafts as well as souvenirs. Colorful Painted Desert cliffs provide a perfect backdrop for this scenic stop before you return to Sedona or Flagstaff.

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