Los Angeles - Santa Monica - Los Angeles (15 miles)
Today we will visit Santa Monica. Walk along the Santa Monica Pier and enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean.
Next we will head to Beverly Hills via Rodeo Drive. After leaving, we will head to the Original Los Angeles Farmers Market. After lunch, we will visit downtown Los Angeles where you can experience the top of US Bank tower (Fees Apply), strolling on the observation deck, or ride Sky slide. Then we will head to Los Angles Memorial Stadium, on the way, pass by "Angel Flight Railway" the filming location of the Movie "La La Land" and the University of Southern California.
Santa Monica, CA
Santa Monica is a beachfront city in western Los Angeles County, California, US. Santa Monica is home to executives and Hollywood celebrities amongst others and it is a mixture of very affluent, single-family neighborhoods, renters, surfers, young professionals, and students.
Santa Monica Pier
This large pier in Santa Monica, California is an iconic and historic waterfront amusement park. It first opened in 1909. The building that houses its 1920s carousel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Los Angeles, CA
One of the largest cities in the United States, LA is known worldwide as the home of the rich and famous. From its famous Hollywood neighborhood to landmarks like the Dolby Theater, this magnificent city is sure to provide fun and amusement for all!
This massively famous Los Angeles suburb boasts perhaps the most well-known postal code on the planet: 90210. Long known as the stronghold of the rich, pampered, and famous, Beverly Hills offers shopping, star-searching, and sightseeing for tourists.
Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills the name of both a street and a shopping district known for its upscale shops. Seekers of haute couture the world over head to this three-block stretch outside Los Angeles.
Original Los Angeles Farmers Market
The Original Los Angeles Farmers Market traces its origins to 1934, and is still going strong today. It is now more than just an area for farmers to sell produce-- the area is also home to shops and restaurants.
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 9:00pm, Sat 9:00am - 8:00pm, Sun 10:00am - 7:00pm
US Bank Tower
The US Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles, California is the tallest building in the state and tallest tallest in the US west of the Mississippi River. The building is relatively young, having been completed in 1989.
OUE Skyspace Los Angeles
OUE Skyspace Los Angeles is California's tallest open-air observation deck and a must-see destination for panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles.
Admission (Optional): Adult $25; Child (3-12 yrs) $19; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $22|Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 10:00am - 9:00pm
Skyslide & Skyspace
Get on California's tallest open-air observation deck and transparent glass slide in the air 1000 feet above the city of Los Angeles, to overlook the scenery of the city.
Admission (Optional): Adult $33; Child (5-12 yrs) $27; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $30
Standard Hotel: Holiday Inn Select La Mirada or Knott's Berry Farm Hotel or similar
Los Angeles - Las Vegas (270 miles)
Today, we will journey through the San Bernardino Valley and the Mojave Desert on our way to Las Vegas. Upon our arrival in the afternoon, we will have free time to spend at our own leisure. Later, there will be an optional night tour. Alternatively, guests can see a best-selling Vegas show.
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas is known as the "Entertainment Capital of the World" for a good reason-- casinos and hotels line its streets, and visitors can gamble, see shows, and shop at virtually any hour of the day or night.
Las Vegas Strip
This is the quintessential Las Vegas street, lined to the brim with some of the city's biggest casinos, which in turn house the city's best venues for entertainment. The Strip is also home to the iconic "Las Vegas" sign.
Las Vegas Night Tour
See fabulous Las Vegas at its best-- at night! This exciting tour of the famous Strip takes guests to sights such as the Bellagio Fountains, Venetian Hotel, Volcano at the Mirage, and more.
Admission (Optional): Adult $35; Child (2-11 yrs) $25|Duration: Approx. 3 Hours
Standard Hotel: Excalibur Hotel and Casino or similar
Las Vegas - Zion National Park - Bryce Canyon National Park - Page (278 miles)
We will start the day with a visit to Zion National Park. In the afternoon, we will head to Bryce Canyon National Park. We will spend the night in Page, AZ.
Zion National Park, UT
The highlight of Zion National Park in southwestern Utah is Zion Canyon, which reaches a half mile in depth. The park is home to a spectacular amount of plants and animals, including over two hundred species of birds.
Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
Bryce Canyon National Park is named for just one of many canyons which form a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters on the edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah.
Standard Hotel: Best Western Arizona Inn or Courtyard by Marriott or Quality Inn or similar
Bryce Canyon City - Arches National Park - Monticello (216 miles)
Today we will explore Arches National Park in Utah. We will spend the night in Monticello, UT.
Arches National Park, UT
Arches National Park is home to the breathtaking scenery of natural stone arches, like the Delicate Arch and Fiery Furnace. It is close to Moab and Canyonlands National Park.
Standard Hotel: Monticello - Inn at the Canyons or similar
Monticello - Monument Valley - Antelope Canyon - Lake Powell - Horse Shoe Bend - Page/Flagstaff (149 miles)
Today we will visit the Monument Valley. Then drive to Lake Powell, where we will have the chance to take a cruise on the lake. Afterwards, we will head to unique Upper Antelope Canyon. Later we will visit Horseshoe Bend. After a day of nature exploration, we will retire to Page or Flagstaff for the night.
Monument Valley Tribal Park, UT
Monument Valley in Arizona is home to exquisite desert scenery and immense geological formations that can be seen for miles around. The valley lies within the range of the Navajo Nation Reservation and is accessible from U.S. Highway 163.
Monument Valley Jeep Tour
This tour is an amazing way to see the wide expanses of Monument Valley, in the safety of an all-terrain Jeep. For about an hour and a half, you will explore off road.
Admission (Optional): Adult $45; Child (Under 2 yrs) Free
Antelope Canyon, AZ
The most popular slot canyon in the American Southwest is Antelope Canyon, a sandstone formation formed by flood and rainwater. And the Upper Antelope Canyon is certainly the most fascinating one. Carved by water with incredible forms cliffs renvoies then this light to reveal an amazing palette of colors gold, orange, red, gray and white.
Admission (Optional): Adult $65; Child (5-11 yrs) $55|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes
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.
Horseshoe Bend is a curve in the Colorado River, about 5 miles from Lake Powell. The view from the overlook above offers a wide angle of this colorful canyon and tight curve.
Lake Powell is a beautiful reservoir along the Colorado River amid the vast desert expanses of Utah. It is in the vicinity of the Rainbow Bridge, Ticaboo Canyon, and iconic Antelope Canyon.
Lake Powell Cruise
This man-made lake in central Arizona is the second-largest reservoir in the United States, and now visitors can take boat tours of this massive marine wonder. Lake Powell was created by the Glen Canyon Dam in 1969.
Admission (Optional): Adult $48; Child (2-12 yrs) $35|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Standard Hotel: Quality Inn Page/Green Tree Inn Flagstaff or equivalent
Page/Flagstaff - Grand Canyon South Rim - Las Vegas (483 miles)
Today, we will go to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. At the end of the day, we will head back to Las Vegas.
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
Every year, over five million people stand on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to absorb the majestic views of one of the world's greatest natural wonders. Visitors can take hiking or driving tours to explore the area.
South Rim Helicopter Tour
This helicopter tour is the best way to catch a panoramic view of the majestic South Rim of the Grand Canyon, viewing the massive canyon walls glimmer and reflect in the sun.
Admission (Optional): Adult $230; Child $230
Grand Canyon IMAX
Covering more than four thousand years of human history and interaction with the Grand Canyon, from the early Anasazi through the present day, this movie is an informative and spectacular exploration of what it means to visit the canyon.
Admission (Optional): Adult $13; Child $13|Duration: Approx. 45 Minutes
Bright Angel Lodge
One of the many comfortable lodges for visitors to the Grand Canyon Village, the Bright Angel Lodge offers lodging and amenities right on the South Rim of the country's greatest natural wonder, ensuring for a memorable stay.
This building was constructed in 1905 in the style of older Hopi Indian architecture. Its purpose is to serve as a marketplace for Native American crafts for visitors to the Grand Canyon Village. It also houses a Hopi museum.
Mather Point is a popular stop along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, providing an exquisite overlook of the vast and expansive natural wonder below.
Standard Hotel: Excalibur Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV or similar
Las Vegas - Los Angeles (270 miles)
In the morning, we will return to Los Angeles. Alternatively, guests may leave from Las Vegas or be bussed to San Francisco for an extra fee. See "Departure and Return Details" for more information.