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Arizona and The Canyonlands
This fly-drive holiday offers the very best of Arizona and the Canyonlands and even includes a section of the iconic Route 66. Experience the bright lights of Vegas then head out to some of America's most famous landscapes, including Zion National Park, Monument Valley and of course, the awesome Grand Canyon.
Price per person includes:
Return flights to Las Vegas/home from Phoenix
12 nights accommodation in sought after locations
11 days mid-size car hire
A personalised road book with travel tips and day to day driving itinerary with local area information
Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon
Monument Valley, Zion and Bryce National Parks
Lake Powell and Meteor Crater
Scottsdale, Sedona and Route 66
Bon Voyage UK Chauffeur Service
Start in style and put the finishing touches to a memorable holiday with our Chauffeur Drive Service. Your smart, uniformed driver will meet you at your door and whisk you to and from the airport terminal so you are guaranteed a stress-free and relaxing journey. You’ll travel in a showroom condition Mercedes E Class for two people or a sumptuous Viano for families or groups up to six.
Your Bon Voyage travel consultant has all the details, so just mention if you’d like this option included in your holiday quote.
Day 1 -2 : Las Vegas
You have a full day to enjoy this vibrant city. Try your luck in the casinos, take in one of Las Vegas amazing shows, and experience fine dining or world class shopping. The choice is endless. You don't have to gamble to be overawed by this spectacle.
Day 3 - 4 : Las Vegas - Zion national Park
Distance: 165 miles
In Zion National Park you will find a stunning mix of soaring mountains, riverine forests and cascading waterfalls. There are plenty of hiking trails on offer to suit every ability. Or just sit back and take in your tranquil surroundings. Zion Canyon is the centrepiece, a lush oasis that feels a world away from the madness of Las Vegas.
Day 5 : Zion National Park - Bryce Canyon
Distance: 145 miles
8000ft above sea level and lined with rock formations, which are best described as pillars of rock (called 'Hoodoo's), caused by thousands of years of erosion, Bryce National Park is a unique sight. The visitor centre offers plenty of information for visitors keen to learn more. One road hugs the canyon edge allowing plenty of viewing opportunities along the way.
Day 6 : Bryce Canyon - Lake Powell
Distance: 175 miles
250 square miles of cool water, Lake Powell is in stark contrast to the dry desert surroundings with over 2000 miles of shoreline and finger canyons, perfect for secluded swimming or fishing. While here take a boat trip on the lake to Rainbow Bridge, the world’s largest natural bridge.
Day 7 : Lake Powell - Monument Valley
Distance: 100 miles
Part of the Navajo region, Monument Valley is a land of spectacular freestanding red rock buttes, towering pillars and spires rising out of the red sands. A good way of seeing more is to take a jeep safari with your very own Navajo guide.
Day 8 - 9 : Monument Valley - Grand Canyon
Distance: 155 miles
The one and only Grand Canyon is so vast it is hard to comprehend what you are seeing. 277 miles wide and 1 mile deep, this natural wonder must be seen to be believed. A flight over the canyon is highly recommended, as is a visit to the IMAX Cinema for an interesting history of the Grand Canyon.
Day 10 : Grand Canyon - Sedona
Distance: 117 miles
Leave the Canyon early and take a detour to Meteor Crater (35 miles east of Flagstaff) for a view of the 550ft deep crater. At over 4000ft across and 2.4 miles in circumference, this is a sight to behold. Daily guided rim tours allow those with proper hiking shoes to venture about 1/3 mile around the crater rim. Sedona is a small town with a dramatic backdrop of stunning red rock. Choose just to relax in your surroundings or take a fabled pink jeep tour into the mountains.
Day 11 - 12 : Sedona - Scottsdale
Distance: 125 miles
A suburb of Phoenix, and just 30 minutes from the airport, Scottsdale is a haven for people looking for some relaxation and self indulgence. Here you will find top resort hotels, world championship golf courses, excellent shopping, spas, and fine dining.
Day 13 : Scottsdale - Phoenix
Distance: 12 miles
Today some time for some last minute relaxing by the pool before your afternoon return flight. Maybe you would like to extend this tour? Perhaps a few days to explore Pheonix or head over the Los Angeles for some shopping and relaxation?
Call the travel experts at Bon Voyage to discuss your dream Arizona and Canyonlands fly-drive.