National Parks: Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon Overnight Tour

From USD $439.00
  • Duration: 48 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Product code: PNE3BT


Experience Southern Utah’s Zion and Bryce Canyon National Park to view the amazing hoodoos in brilliant shades
of orange. Observe a dramatic scenery change as your tour gains nearly 6,000 feet in elevation, from desert to
towering Ponderosa pine forests! Guests will depart the Las Vegas Strip for a drive across the Mohave Desert,
through the Virgin River Gorge and across Southern Utah. Zion National Park greets guests with towering
sandstone peaks and a look at Zion from the switchbacks that climb to the 1.2 mile Zion/Mt. Carmel Tunnel, with
views of Checkerboard Mesa on the way to Bryce Canyon. While in Bryce Canyon National Park, guests can walk
the rim, shop and have amazing photo opportunities with 100 mile views. Guests can choose to walk some of the
trails below the rim for other worldly scenery among the countless eroded spires and towers. Walking the trails
below the rim is an option for the more adventurous! Following Bryce Canyon, guests will get views of Escalante/
Grand Staircase National Monument as they travel to Page for a visit to Horseshoe Bend and an overnight stay.


Day 1 - Las Vegas to Zion and Bryce Canyon


 Depart Las Vegas

 Zion Photo Stop
Arrive Bryce Canyon National Park
Guests will have approximately 2 hours in Bryce Canyon National park
Guests will depart Bryce Canyon for Horseshoe Bend, with an overnight stay in Page.


DAY 2 - Glen Canyon - Antelope Canyon - Grand Canyon to Las Vegas

Tour Itinerary

Visit Glen Canyon Dam and Antelope Canyon Tour, depart Page
Grand Canyon South Rim tour with East Rim Drive and Mather Point
Depart Grand Canyon for Las Vegas
             


Guests begin their tour with a visit to the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. This amazing concrete structure
created Lake Powell in Glen Canyon in 1960 and offers views of the Colorado River and the first few miles of the
181 mile long Lake Powell.

Next on the list, Antelope Canyon offers amazing photo opportunities between sculpted sandstone walls with a
walkable corridor at the bottom of the canyon floor. It was formed by flash flood waters that rushed into the cracks
of the Navajo sandstone along with the power of wind erosion. With the penetration of daylight through the narrow
opening from the top different kinds of light reflections and colors can be seen and enjoyed. This amazing color
palate makes this area a popular location for photographers and tourists.


The Lower Antelope Canyon walking tour is approximately 10 minutes from the center of Page, Arizona. Guests will
arrive and join their Navajo guided tour directly at the canyon. Guests will walk approximately 1/8 mile
to the lower end of the canyon, where they will enter the canyon by a staircase with railings. Once in the canyon,
guests will walk through a narrow sandstone canyon with a few ascents of staircases, moving toward the upper end
of the canyon. There are numerous amazing photo opportunities and the Navajo guides will share some history and
culture of the area. The tour is approximately 75 minutes in duration.


After departing Page, guests will enjoy a scenic drive across the Painted Desert and Navajo Nation to Grand Canyon
National Park. Guests will enjoy canyon rim views at Desert View and the East Rim Drive, along with Mather Point with
a departure for Las Vegas at 4:00pm.



Tour Includes:
-Transportation from Las Vegas to Zion, Bryce, Page and Grand Canyon
-Admission to Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon National Parks.
- Antelope Canyon Walking Tour
-Scenic Walk to Horseshoe Bend
-Double or Single Occupancy Lodging in Page, AZ.


Cancellation Policy – 7 Days.


Cancellations made less than 7 days prior to tour departure
will be charged the full tour amount.


What To Know? FAQs What to Bring?


-Antelope Canyon requires guests to be able to climb stairs and walk on sand and smooth rocks. There is approximately 1⁄2 mile
of walking on the Antelope Canyon part of the full day tour. The advertised tour includes Lower Antelope
Canyon.


-Horseshoe Bend Overlook requires a 1.5 mile (2.4km) walk with a slight incline over sand and some rocks. It is considered an
easy hike, but can be challenging in the
heat.


-Page, Arizona is at a higher elevation than Las Vegas, at 4400 feet above sea level. It is very dry and sunny, and usually about
4-5 degrees cooler than Las Vegas on any given day. It is also possible to have heavy rains in Page, as well winter
snow.


-Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon National Park, at 8,000 and 7,000 feet above sea level, are 10-15 degrees cooler than Page
and 25-35 degrees cooler than Las Vegas.


-We recommend that guests bring comfortable shoes, sun hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Also drink water throughout the
day. If you have an umbrella, you might like to use it on the sunny hike to Horseshoe Bend Overlook.