From the big city lights of Phoenix and Las Vegas to the unique beauty of the Grand Canyon and the Red Rocks of Sedona, the Canyon Country tour will appeal to everyone in the family!

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Montezuma Castle

Montezuma Castle


Rich in both history and culture all surrounded by stunning scenery, Phoenix has everything from cactus and cowboys to spas and shopping.

Montezuma Castle National Monument

Built about 700 years ago by the Sinaquas Indians, these ruins were erroneously named by early settlers who connected them to the Aztec emperor Montezuma. Along with the ruins, there is a small museum and a bookstore on site.


Known as the home of the Red Rocks of Sedona. These red sandstone formations appear to glow brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. Sedona also has the Chapel of the Holy Cross, which rises 250 feet out of one of these red rock formations.

Grand Canyon

One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is a breathtaking experience! There are many different ways to enjoy the canyon including air tours, white water rafting tours, and even by mule!

Monument Valley

Monument Valley

Lake Powell

Lake Powell was created in 1963 when Glen Canyon Dam was built to hold back the waters of the flowing Colorado River. This blue lake surrounded by beautiful sandstone walls has spectacular scenery and amazing wildlife. There are also fun gift shops, restaurants and coffee shops.

Monument Valley

Home to and part of the Navajo Nation, Monument Valley is easily recognizable by its unusual sandstone formations. Local Navajo guides are available for a more in-depth tour and several of the more remote areas are available only with guide services. 


Home to numerous outdoor activities all surrounded by stunning nature, including white water rafting on the Colorado River. Looking for a bit more leisurely time? Stroll the Mill Creek Parkway, a paved pedestrian walkway running through Moab’s diverse downtown. Then enjoy shops full of southwestern arts, crafts and jewelry and wonderful cuisine including traditional Navajo dishes. 

Arches National Park

Located just outside Moab, Utah, this park is home to over 2,000 natural sandstone arches including the world famous Delicate Arch. 

Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon

Capitol Reef National Park

Managed by the National Parks Service, Capitol Reef is full of cliffs, canyons, buttes and natural red stone bridges along with lush green valleys. The Park can be explored by hiking, on horseback or by a driving tour. 

Bryce Canyon

A series of natural horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters and numerous bizarre limestone figures formed by the erosional force of cold and rain, these unique “hoodoos” have been arranged by Mother Nature to create exciting and wondrous hiking trails and mazes. 

Zion National Park

Another perfect display of the glory of nature, this canyon is located in Utah’s first National Park and has almost a dozen popular attractions including the Zion Museum.

Las Vegas

So much to see and do! From exciting shows with celebrated stars, to gourmet meals by some of the country’s famous chefs, to shopping and slot machines, Las Vegas has it all!