Las Vegas - Grand Canyon - Page (408 miles)
Passengers will be picked up in Las Vegas in the early morning. Today, we will first head to the spectacular Grand Canyon National Park at the Grand Canyon South Rim. From there, we will visit Lake Powell. We will spend the night in Page, AZ.
Grand Canyon, AZ
Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon was carved over 17 million years by the Colorado River. This breathtaking, 18-mile-long canyon has been stunning visitors for hundreds of years.
Grand Canyon South Rim
More than five million visitors per year come to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to witness the majesty of this natural wonder. The Grand Canyon Village makes this the most tourist-friendly of the canyon's rims.
Page is a city in Coconino County, Arizona, United States, near the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. Page was founded in 1957 as a housing community for workers and their families during the construction of nearby Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River.
The creation of Lake Powell, the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States, was marked by controversy. It is a popular vacation spot, where visitors can fish, boat, and hike.
Standard Hotel: Best Value Inn Page
Page - Bryce Canyon National Park - Kanab (234 miles)
Today we will visit Bryce Canyon National Park, home of amazing rock formations. We will stay here to see the magnificent sunset. For the night, we will make our way to either Kanab, UT, or Cedar City, UT.
Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
Marked by unique desert geological formations - horseshoe amphitheaters and "hoodoos," tall, thin rock spires jutting from the arid ground - Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah is a popular destination for desert photographers.
Standard Hotel: Shilo Inn Kanab
Kanab - Zion National Park - Las Vegas (248 miles)
Today we will visit Zion National Park before returning to Las Vegas. See "Departure and Return Details" for more information.
Zion National Park, UT
Zion Canyon may not be as famous as the nearby Grand Canyon, but it is certainly just as picturesque, with hoodoo spires rising from the ground, red-orange canyon walls towering around, and perhaps more vegetation than its "grand" counterpart.