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Arizona Self-Ride Motorcycle Tour
Experience the best of the Southwest from the very cool vantage point of a Harley Davidson. This holiday is all about wide open space and stunning natural beauty - with a night in Las Vegas for good measure!
Price per person based on various bike/rider options off-peak from: Two people/one bike sharing one room £1549 Two people/two bikes sharing one room £1925 One person/one bike in a single room £2335
Return flights from the UK to Phoenix
Guaranteed 1st choice of bike and unlimited mileage
Helmets for the driver and passenger
Transportation between hotel and EagleRider depot (restrictions may apply at certain locations)
Road book with day to day itinerary and local area information
The highest available levels of liability, accident, theft, damage and holiday interruption protection
Day 1 : Arrive Phoenix
Spend your first night in Phoenix enjoying your hotel and the local area.
Day 2 : Phoenix to Williams
Distance: 170 miles
This morning you will pick up your Harley-Davidson at the Phoenix depot and begin your exciting journey which will take you through many iconic sites in the Southwest. From Phoenix, Arizona you make your way to the picturesque town of Sedona. Be sure to stop at Jerome en route, it's an old mining town popular with bikers. It's off next to Williams, Arizona, home of the historic Grand Canyon Railway and your gateway to the Grand Canyon. Overnight.
Day 3 : Williams to Page
Distance: 170 miles
Rise early today as it's time to hit the road on the your Harley holiday and discover the mighty Grand Canyon. Continue on Route 64, which is breathtaking in its desolation - that is until you reach Hwy 89 at Cameron. Turn left and head towards Page, Arizona. Here you are in Navajo Country – legend has it that this barren land was a bewitched place. Page is a great base to explore Lake Powell, one of the most popular recreational lakes in the USA. A boat trip on here is a must-do, the scenery that surrounds the lake is awesome. You overnight in Page.
Day 4 : Page to Springdale
Distance: 130 miles
From Page, Arizona hit the Hwy 89 west and cruise the Vermillion Cliffs and about 8 miles out of Page you will enter the stunning state of Utah. Utah is the 13th largest state in the USA and has the best elements of the great Mountain West and the Desert Southwest. At Mount Carmel Junction you pick up Hwy 9, which takes you all the way to Zion National Park. The soaring towers and massive monoliths of Zion offer a spectacular grandeur. Check out the Seven-Mile Zion Park Scenic Drive – a great ride! Overnight.
Day 5 : Springdale to Las Vegas
Distance: 170 miles
It's Viva Las Vegas! Along the way, stop at the historic town of Mesquite right on the Arizona/Nevada state line. Then cruise down the Las Vegas strip and decide where the fun will begin for your overnight stay.
Day 6 : Las Vegas to Flagstaff
Distance: 180 miles
Leave Las Vegas and head southeast towards Hoover Dam, one of the tallest dams ever built. Construction started in 1931 and was designed to provide low-cost electricity for the cities of the Southwest. Continue on Hwy 93 to Kingman, considered the heart of historic Route 66 as it’s situated in the middle of the longest remaining stretch. Overnight Flagstaff.
Day 7 : Flagstaff to Phoenix
Distance: 215 miles
From Flagstaff you take Hwy 17 and ride through Cococino National Forest, Arizona. You might wish to make a stop at Montezuma Castle to see the ancient Indian Cliff Dwellings. (If time allows, consider a side trip from Flagstaff along Hwy 40 to Meteor Crater). Continue your ride down south and head back to Phoenix, Arizona where you return your motorcycle and transfer back to your hotel. Overnight.
Day 8 : Depart Phoenix
Spend your last day soaking up the desert delights before heading back to the UK.
Not ready to go home? Perhaps you'd like to head to California or maybe Hawaii? Call Bon Voyage to discuss the options available to you.