Los Angeles - Las Vegas (270 miles)
Guests will be picked up in the Los Angeles area in the morning. Today we will make our way from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Guests may also choose to meet the bus at 3:30pm in front of the Excalibur Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. At night, guests can choose to see one of Vegas' many wonderful shows for an extra fee.
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 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 historic Old Town Las Vegas.
Admission (Optional): Adult $35; Child $35|Duration: Approx. 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Standard Hotel: Excalibur Hotel or similar
Williams - Grand Canyon - Page - Antelope Canyon - Las Vegas (458 miles)
Early morning, we will head to Grand Canyon South Rim. Then we will along the Colorado River to explore the beginning of the 277-mile Grand Canyon - Horseshoe Bend. After arriving at Antelope Canyon, we will take a tour into the canyon by India Guides to experience the most colorful world. Then we will drive to Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell . In the evening, we will arrive in Las Vegas to enjoy a night tour.
Antelope Canyon, AZ
The most popular slot canyon in the American Southwest is Antelope Canyon, a sandstone formation formed by flood and rainwater. The canyon is located on a Navajo reservation, and has been made a Navajo Tribal Park.
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, located within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area about 5 miles downriver from Lake Powell, is a sharp turn in the Colorado River that formed from erosion over the course of millions of years.
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
The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is the location of Grand Canyon National Park, and is the most tourist-friendly of the three rims. It is the location of the visitors' center, hotels, and other amenities.
Standard Hotel: Westgate or similar
Williams - Seligman - Barstow - Los Angeles (388 miles)
Depart in the morning, we will drive into the Bearizona Wildlife Park and greet you on the side of the road with black bears, wolves, and bison. Later, we will take the westbound Interstate 40, it's time to explore Seligman, the
small town retains the traditional of Route 66, as if we back in time to witness The Mother Road bustling scene. Next we will head to the Barstow Outlets and shop discounted brand names. Back in Los Angeles in the evening.
Williams is a city in Coconino County, Arizona, west of Flagstaff. It lies on the route of Historic Route 66, Interstate 40, and the Southwest Chief Amtrak train route. It is also the southern terminus of the Grand Canyon Railway, which takes visitors to Grand Canyon Village. There are numerous inns, motels, restaurants and gas stations that cater to the large influx of tourists rather than local residents, especially during the summer and holiday seasons.
Bearizona Wildlife Park
Visitors will drive through more than three miles of Ponderosa Pine Forest viewing North American animals in natural habitats when they visit.
Admission (Optional): Adult $27; Child $27
Barstow serves as a civilized stop-over for off-road enthusiasts and desert adventurers and offers access to a very modest clutch of cultural sights. Find out and about a museum or two, including one with Route 66 as its focus, filming locations like Bagdad Cafe and quaint Calico Ghost Town.