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Private Jeep Eater Trail

Private Jeep Eater Trail - Sedona, United States

Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Sedona, United States

From USD
$1932.00

Jeep Eater Trail is an exclusive tour, a true off-road adventure in our forward-seating Hummers! Can

your nerves take the action of this extreme adventure? This is for the thrill seeking person wanting a

Sedona experience like no other. This will be a most unforgettable experience ... More info ›

Jeep Eater Trail is an exclusive tour, a true off-road adventure in our forward-seating Hummers! Can

your nerves take the action of this extreme adventure? This is for the thrill seeking person wanting a

Sedona experience like no other. This will be a most unforgettable experience. Our trail is the most

extreme 4x4 tour in Arizona, offering challenging obstacles to conquer while enjoying the majestic red

rock canyons.

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Pass By: Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR 179), 8375 Az-179 Red Rock Visitor Center and Ranger Station, Sedona, AZ 86351

This is for the thrill seeking person wanting a

Sedona experience like no other.

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Private Lower Antelope Canyon Day Tour

Private Lower Antelope Canyon Day Tour - Page, United States

Duration: 16 hours
Location: Page, United States

From USD
$1800.00

Explore the natural marvels of northern Arizona when you visit Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation, and Horseshoe Bend. Learn about Navajo culture from a local Native American guide and check out the quaint desert cities of Cameron and Page ... More info ›

Explore the natural marvels of northern Arizona when you visit Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation, and Horseshoe Bend. Learn about Navajo culture from a local Native American guide and check out the quaint desert cities of Cameron and Page.

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Pass By: Route 66

From the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, our route takes us through the Sonoran Desert up into the picturesque mountain town of Flagstaff. This historic Route 66 town lies at the base of the largest mountain range in Arizona, the San Francisco Peaks, which we will be able to gaze upon as we continue to travel north to the Lake Powell region.

Stop At: Navajo Trail Trading Post, Highway 89 & 64, Cameron, AZ 86020

Along our way, we will enjoy a visit to a Navajo Trading Post and explore the Navajo culture and their intricate crafts.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Lower Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ

Upon arrival to Page, Arizona, we will begin our tour of spectacular Lower Antelope Canyon. Here we will tour Lower Antelope Canyon with a local Navajo guide who will lead you through the amazing natural formations of this world-famous slot canyon. The photo opportunities will be second to none! In addition to touring Lower Antelope Canyon, we also include photo stops along the majestic Lake Powell shoreline before stopping for a group lunch in Page at one of their unique eateries.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Page, AZ 86040, USA

We also include photo stops along the majestic Lake Powell shoreline before stopping for a group lunch in Page at one of their unique eateries.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Horseshoe Bend, Mile Marker 545, Highway 89, Page, AZ 86040

After our time in Antelope Canyon and Page, we will embark upon a scenic one-mile walk to Horseshoe Bend Overlook which is highlighted by awe-inspiring views into this deeply carved channel and the Colorado River below. Photos from the edge of this natural beauty are widespread across the world and are nothing short of amazing.

Duration: 1 hour

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Private Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Trip from Las Vegas

Private Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Day Trip from Las Vegas - Page, United States

Duration: 15 hours
Location: Page, United States

From USD
$1800.00

View spectacular Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon of deep red-rock chasms that were created by water erosion over thousands of years. Walkthrough the canyon with a local Navajo guide who presents the important history, culture, and geology of the region ... More info ›

View spectacular Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon of deep red-rock chasms that were created by water erosion over thousands of years. Walkthrough the canyon with a local Navajo guide who presents the important history, culture, and geology of the region. Bask in the sunlight that filters down through the narrow cracks above as you wander through the narrow walkways that lie between the massive orange walls surrounding you. Once you reemerge from Antelope Canyon, head to the shores of Lake Powell, a massive reservoir on the Colorado River that straddles the Utah border. If you’re feeling hungry, have no fear, as your next destination is the city of Page, where you'll enjoy a satisfying lunch at one of the local eateries.

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Stop At: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040

Your native Navajo guide will lead you through the sacred site of Antelope Canyon. A visual feast unfolds before your eyes as every step and turn surprises you with new sculpture like spires, delicate arches and colorful waves. A sandstone spectacle unseen by others - Antelope Canyon is still being formed by the natural forces of seasonal floods. Arguably, not a single disappointing picture has ever been taken in this narrow subterranean ravine. On the contrary, selling for $6.500.000 in 2014, history’s highest priced photograph was shot right here.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Lake Powell, Page, AZ 86040

The deep blue waters of man-made Lake Powell appear like a mirage as you approach Indian Country. Yet, its dreamlike shores are real, right where the Great Basin Desert meets monsoon run-offs and molten snow from mountains ranges far away.

Stop At: Horseshoe Bend, Mile Marker 545, Highway 89, Page, AZ 86040

Just as much a sight to behold is the wallpaper-worthy view of Horseshoe Bend. A short hike takes you to the most captivating curve the Colorado River has carved out on his 1400 mile journey from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California. At this sheer 900 ft drop, framed by massive canyon walls, the emerald green sparkly reflections of this ancient stream will surely take your breath away. This is the opportunity to make memories of a lifetime as “nature at its best” awaits you out west. An extraordinary outdoor experience you do not want to miss.

Duration: 1 hour

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Private Verde Canyon Railroad and Historic Jerome Tour

Private Verde Canyon Railroad and Historic Jerome Tour - Clarkdale, United States

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Clarkdale, United States

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$1500.00

Highlights of this day tour include the mining town of Jerome, the historic Copper Art Museum in Clarkdale, and stunning views from your first-class seat and a delicious lunch at the Verde Canyon Railroad. After the pickup, our first major tour stop will be the historic mining town of Jerome ... More info ›

Highlights of this day tour include the mining town of Jerome, the historic Copper Art Museum in Clarkdale, and stunning views from your first-class seat and a delicious lunch at the Verde Canyon Railroad. After the pickup, our first major tour stop will be the historic mining town of Jerome. Soon after we'll visit the copper mining mecca of Clarkdale and the Arizona Copper Art Museum. From the museum, we will tour the historic Verde Canyon Railroad for a chance to be a part of that history. The very first tracks were put down over 100 years ago to transport local workers and ore mined from the surrounding Jerome mountains and are still in use today. With stunning views of the Verde Valley from either your first-class seats or your open-air viewing car, the casual elegance of the train allows guests to discover the heritage uniqueness of the landscape and its diverse ecosystem.

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Stop At: Jerome Arizona, Jerome, AZ 86331, USA

Our first major tour stop will be the historic mining town of Jerome. Mining in Jerome started in the late 1800s and over the course of its history has produced approximately 33 million tons of ore including copper and gold. During our time in this historic mining ghost town, we will explore the history that made it “the wickedest town in the West.”

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Arizona Copper Art Museum, 849 Main St, Clarkdale, AZ 86324

After our Jerome tour, we’ll visit the copper mining mecca of Clarkdale and the Arizona Copper Art Museum. Using the original schoolhouse, the Arizona Copper Art Museum tour showcases more than 5,000 unique pieces dating back to 3500 BCE. During our time at this world-class art museum, guests will explore both functional and artistic uses of this second oldest known metal on the planet. From the practical uses in-home kitchen supplies and tools to the ornate works of art used to adorn palaces and castles, the wide uses of copper are nothing short of amazing!

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Verde Canyon Railroad, 300 N Broadway, Clarkdale, AZ 86324, USA

From the Arizona Copper Art Museum, we will tour the historic Verde Canyon Railroad for a chance to enjoy incredible views of the Verde Valley. The very first tracks were put down over 100 years ago to transport local workers and ore mined from the surrounding Jerome mountains and are still in use today. The unspoiled wilderness you will tour through is a scenic and historic treasure that has left people in awe since 1911. With stunning views of the Verde Valley from either your first-class seats or your open-air viewing car, the casual elegance of the train allows guests to discover the heritage uniqueness of the landscape and its diverse ecosystem. From the stunning 1,800-foot tall red rock canyon walls as we get closer to Sedona to the consistently rippling waters of the Verde River, the scenery explored on this four-hour journey is truly breathtaking. As they say, “it’s always a good day when you’re on a train.”

Duration: 4 hours

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Private Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Las Vegas

Private Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Las Vegas - Arizona, United States

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Arizona, United States

From USD
$1400.00

After departing Las Vegas, guests will travel through the Mojave Desert and over the Colorado River on their way to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The Mojave Desert is characterized by its signature plant, the Joshua Tree, and plays host to arguably to the hottest place on Earth ... More info ›

After departing Las Vegas, guests will travel through the Mojave Desert and over the Colorado River on their way to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The Mojave Desert is characterized by its signature plant, the Joshua Tree, and plays host to arguably to the hottest place on Earth. To beat the
heat, we will be traveling over the mighty Colorado River on the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge and pass by Route 66, the “Main Street of America”. Before arriving at the Widest and Deepest part of the Grand Canyon National Park, the tour will stop in Historic Williams Arizona. With the Grand Canyon Railway and the intersection of Route 66, this small
town is a reminder of the American west from the 1950s. During your three hours in the Grand Canyon National Park, you will have opportunities to walk along the rim, shop or capture an unlimited number of photographs. Your guide will ensure you get the best views from Mather Point and Yavapai Point.

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Pass By: Arizona Route 89A, Geographical Center of Route 89A, AZ 86324

Travel through the Sonoran desert along Route 66!

Stop At: Grand Canyon South Rim, Highway 64, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023

When you arrive, you’ll take a narrated coach tour of the canyon’s highlights. Marvel at the deepest and widest part of the canyon from three different viewpoints with your guide. Enjoy amazing views of towering rock formations, river rapids and side canyons that can't be seen from the canyon rim.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: South Kaibab Trail, Along the side road to Yaki Point, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ

Admire breathtaking views of the canyon through wraparound windows as you fly over massive Kaibab National Forest, home to some of the world’s largest ponderosa pines. Soar north through the Dragon Corridor, the canyon's widest and deepest section, and over the Colorado River to the North Rim. You’ll also view the Painted Desert, Desert View Watch Tower and Marble Canyon.

Duration: 45 minutes

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Private Deluxe Grand Canyon Day Tour

Private Deluxe Grand Canyon Day Tour - Phoenix, United States

Duration: 13 hours
Location: Phoenix, United States

From USD
$1400.00

Take in unforgettable views of classic southwestern landscapes. Explore the Grand Canyon South Rim in this incredible private tour from Phoenix that covers the deepest and widest parts of the Grand Canyon National Park ... More info ›

Take in unforgettable views of classic southwestern landscapes. Explore the Grand Canyon South Rim in this incredible private tour from Phoenix that covers the deepest and widest parts of the Grand Canyon National Park. This day tour of the South Rim spends approximately three hours in Grand Canyon National Park and some time on Route 66.

Enjoy an amazing day exploring the incredible Grand Canyon National Park on this tour across the spectacular Arizona desert to see one of this nation's great natural wonders, you get an up-close look at the region's iconic sights. After you meet your guide and hit the road, make your first stop at Williams with a chance to check out the infamous Route 66. Once you arrive at the canyon's South Rim, enjoy about 3 hours to walk the rim, shop, capture some photos, and relax with the best seat in the house. Guests have time to check out the Native American Hopi House, Yavapai Lodge, and the Geology Museum.

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Pass By: Route 66

After departing the Phoenix metro area, our tour travels through the expansive Sonoran Desert filled with the native saguaro cactus. The scenery begins to change as we increase in elevation and views of the cactus fade into pine trees. As we continue further into Northern Arizona, we will travel the outskirts of the Route 66 town of Flagstaff and from the highway, see the San Francisco Peaks among the seemingly endless Ponderosa Pine Forest, the largest contiguous forest of ponderosa pines in the world.

Stop At: Williams Depot, Williams, AZ

Williams will be our first stop along the tour for a chance to experience Route 66, the iconic American highway steeped in rich tradition. While in Williams, guests will have the opportunity to “get their kicks on Route 66” with walks along the original route, explore the local shops and capture souvenir photos highlighting a bygone era in classic American history. Also known as the Will Rodgers Highway, Route 66 is the most recognizable road in the United States and stretched 2,448 miles from Chicago to California upon completion.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Grand Canyon South Rim, Highway 64, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023

You’ll experience about three hours within the National Park marveling at the beauty that is the Grand Canyon. Don’t forget to visit the historic El Tovar Lodge and Hopi House in Grand Canyon Village. While at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, you will have opportunities to walk the rim, shop, capture an unlimited number of photographs, or enjoy your lunch and relax with the best seat in the house.

Duration: 3 hours

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