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Sedona & Grand Canyon Tour

Sedona & Grand Canyon Tour

This 6-day Sedona and Grand Canyon Tour perfectly blends active excursions with restful and rejuvenating luxury. Begin by visiting the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, then go boating on picturesque Lake Powell, with the ever-present opportunity to hike and explore this region’s natural wonders on foot. Next, settle into the healing red rock landscape of Sedona, where you can continue your adventures with optional hikes and activities, or take things down a notch to focus instead on visiting local wineries and partaking in indulgent spa treatments.

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We'll greet you at the airport and be by your side every step of the way, making room for spontaneity as you go.

6 DAYS

Starting from $7,590 per person

Pricing includes everything from your international arrival to your departure, with the exception of flights and a few lunches and dinners.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
  • Reconnect with nature in bohemian, down-to-earth Sedona, by taking advantage of self-care favorites like yoga classes or luxury spa services.
  • Let your private driver-guide take the reins, allowing yourself to be chauffeured to and from breathtaking locations on all private luxury tours.
  • Soak up the last of the sun’s rays via a sunset visit to the Grand Canyon’s panoramic Yavapai point.
  • Cruise through the Lake Powell reservoir, navigating along gorgeous cliff-side channels of Glen Canyon.
  • Upgrade your Grand Canyon experience with optional tours from the air, such as a helicopter flyover or a sunrise jaunt in a hot air balloon.
  • Sample the flavors of Sedona, Arizona, on a wine tasting tour of the Verde Valley.

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Sample Itinerary

Welcome to Vegas (or Phoenix)! On arrival, you’ll be met by your private guide and set off on your adventure through some of the Southwest’s most incredible National Parks. First stop, the Grand Canyon! Feast your eyes on a truly magnificent natural wonder, measuring over 270 river miles long, up to 18miles wide and averages a mile deep. Enjoy a hike along the rim for incredible panoramic vistas, or you may opt to explore this wonder from the bird’s eye by helicopter (additional cost). In the evening, you can visit Yavapai point for the best view of the sunset.

Enjoy a full day exploring the Grand Canyon with your private guide, who will plan the day based around your personal preferences. Maybe even splurge for an early morning sunrise hot air balloon ride over the canyon (best planned in advance; additional cost). If up for an adventure, you might opt for trekking along the Grandview Trail, which takes you down a series of exciting switchbacks with seemingly endless views of the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, or follow the longer South Kaibab Trail, which descends the spine of the remarkable Cedar Ridge and offers impressive panoramic Grand Canyon views with stark drop-offs surrounding you. There following, you’ll drive onward to Page, Arizona, the gateway to Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell.

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Cruise on the picturesque Lake Powell, a world famous man-made reservoir on the Colorado River. Navigate through gorgeous cliff-side channels stretching up Glen Canyon.

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When ready, you’ll travel south to Sedona, an artsy desert getaway for both yogis and hikers alike. It’s also known for its vortexes, and will be the perfect place to help you rejuvenate your spirit in the days to come! After settling in, set out on a half-day tour with your private guide to one of the Verde Valley’s top wineries to learn about the local processes and savor samples.

Today you can customize your adventure as desired with your private guide, when you might decide to indulge further in the plethora of wineries and tastings of the region. Otherwise, if up for more adventure, you can enjoy a multi-hour hike to Cathedral Rock or Mitten Ridge. You may opt to upgrade your stay direct through the Enchantment Resort as well, where they offer a variety of Native American Influenced experiences (additional cost paid direct).

Depending on your flight departure time, you might spend a final day bidding farewell to this spectacular region with your private guide before returning to the airport for your flight home.

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