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Northern Arizona & Grand Canyon Day Tour with Lunch

by Great Venture Tours Duration 12h Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $171

Embark on a tour that takes you from the Red Rocks of Sedona to the deep ravines of the Grand Canyon. With the help of your expert guide, you learn about ancient legends of the native people and about how the Grand Canyon was formed. Bring a camera to snap photos of sights that leave you breathless.

Start off with a scenic and historic ride from the Red Rocks of Sedona, through Oak Creek Canyon, and the towering ponderosa pines of Flagstaff. Then stroll among the dormant volcanoes and pristine lava fields at Sunset Crater National Monument.

Next, you visit Wupatki National Monument. This well-preserved ruin site of the Sinagua Indian trading village was inhabited when the eruption at Sunset Crater took place. Learn all about the Anasazi (Ancient Ones) and the Sinagua (People Without Water) and find out what really happened to the people once thought to have mysteriously disappeared.

Then, make your way across the Navajo reservation and the western portion of the Painted Desert, stopping at the Historic Trading Post in Cameron. Here, you can shop for authentic souvenirs and enjoy a tasty lunch at the restaurant.

After departing the Trading Post, head to Grand Canyon National Park via a scenic drive along the Little Colorado River Gorge. Upon entering the park, you get your first views of the Grand Canyon at Desert View Overlook. From this vantage point, gaze across the Grand Canyon to the North Rim, look down at the Colorado River nearly a mile below you, and get a glimpse of Navajo Mountain in Page, Arizona, over 90 miles (145 km) away.

Then, you travel between the South and East Rims of the Grand Canyon, stopping at scenic and historical viewpoints. Make sure you climb to the top of the Watchtower Observatory for a completely different view of the canyon.

Stretch your legs before the return journey with a leisurely walk along the South Rim where you can take in the breadth of the Grand Canyon as you gaze 14 miles (22.5 km) across to the North Rim. One last stop allows you time to pick up a souvenir, grab a snack for the road, and to visit the historical buildings of Grand Canyon Village before returning to Sedona.

Embark on a tour that takes you from the Red Rocks of Sedona to the deep ravines of the Grand Canyon. With the help of your expert guide, you learn about ancient legends of the native people and about how the Grand Canyon was formed. Bring a camera to snap photos of sights that leave you breathless.

Start off with a scenic and historic ride from the Red Rocks of Sedona, through Oak Creek Canyon, and the towering ponderosa pines of Flagstaff. Then stroll among the dormant volcanoes and pristine lava fields at Sunset Crater National Monument.

Next, you visit Wupatki National Monument. This well-preserved ruin site of the Sinagua Indian trading village was inhabited when the eruption at Sunset Crater took place. Learn all about the Anasazi (Ancient Ones) and the Sinagua (People Without Water) and find out what really happened to the people once thought to have mysteriously disappeared.

Then, make your way across the Navajo reservation and the western portion of the Painted Desert, stopping at the Historic Trading Post in Cameron. Here, you can shop for authentic souvenirs and enjoy a tasty lunch at the restaurant.

After departing the Trading Post, head to Grand Canyon National Park via a scenic drive along the Little Colorado River Gorge. Upon entering the park, you get your first views of the Grand Canyon at Desert View Overlook. From this vantage point, gaze across the Grand Canyon to the North Rim, look down at the Colorado River nearly a mile below you, and get a glimpse of Navajo Mountain in Page, Arizona, over 90 miles (145 km) away.

Then, you travel between the South and East Rims of the Grand Canyon, stopping at scenic and historical viewpoints. Make sure you climb to the top of the Watchtower Observatory for a completely different view of the canyon.

Stretch your legs before the return journey with a leisurely walk along the South Rim where you can take in the breadth of the Grand Canyon as you gaze 14 miles (22.5 km) across to the North Rim. One last stop allows you time to pick up a souvenir, grab a snack for the road, and to visit the historical buildings of Grand Canyon Village before returning to Sedona.

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7:00 AM, Grand Canyon Complete includes Food Only

Duration 12h No booking or credit card fees
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$170.27

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Northern Arizona & Grand Canyon Day Tour with Lunch

Activity Location

Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Sedona Uptown Office

    301 N. State Route 89A

    Sedona

  • Hotel Pickup

    Sedona


Highlights

  • Guided full-day tour of Northern Arizona & the Grand Canyon

  • Views of Oak Creek Canyon & ponderosa pine forest

  • Authentic Native American souvenirs at the Trading Post

  • A visit to the Watchtower Observatory with view from the top

  • Historic buildings & museums at Grand Canyon Village


Inclusions

  • Guided bus tour of Northern Arizona and the Grand Canyon

  • Admission fees

  • Lunch and bottled water

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from most Sedona hotels


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.

  • Car seats are required for children 7 and younger, weighing less than 40 pounds (18 kg), and/or shorter than 4 feet and 9 inches (144 cm).

  • Car seats are provided at no additional cost. Please notify the tour operator in advance if you will be accompanied by a child requiring a car seat.

  • This activity is wheelchair accessible provided you have a collapsible wheelchair and can navigate 3 steps in or out of the vehicle unassisted.

  • Hotel pickup is available from most Sedona hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.