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Grand Canyon and Beyond: Exploring the Geological Wonders of the American Southwest's Canyonlands

Experience the geological wonders of the American Southwest's canyonlands on this thrilling adventure. Hike through towering sandstone cliffs and cascading waterfalls in Zion National Park, marvel at the crimson plateaus and spires of rock in Bryce Canyon National Park, and stand in awe of the Grand Canyon's vast expanse of red rock. Descend into the canyon, explore the winding trails, and gaze up at the towering walls of rock. End the trip in Antelope Canyon, a breathtaking slot canyon with incredible rock art. Expert guides and scientists will accompany you, sharing their knowledge and insights. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime journey.



Las Vegas
Arrive at any time.
Las Vegas/Zion National Park
Explore Zion, Utah's oldest national park, with its slot canyons and towering cliffs in cream, pink, and red. Hike The Watchman Trail in the afternoon to see the park's stunning views from an unpaved trail that climbs 368 ft (112 m) to a magnificent viewpoint of the Watchman, Temples and Towers, lower Zion Canyon, and the Town of Springdale.
Zion National Park
Embark on a guided hike to the world-renowned Narrows and enjoy an unforgettable experience. Wade, splash, and swim in the cool river that flows through the magnificent slot canyon. Admire the beauty of high plateaus, towers, temples, mesas, and some of the tallest sheer sandstone walls on the planet.
Zion National Park/Page
Explore Bryce Canyon National Park's hoodoos on a morning hike before continuing to Page, Arizona, to discover the wonders of Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Lake Powell.
Page/Grand Canyon National Park
Explore Antelope Canyon with a Navajo guide and hike to Horseshoe Bend to admire the natural beauty of the Colorado River. Savor a G Adventures-supported lunch at a family-owned Navajo food truck before heading to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon National Park
Explore the Grand Canyon with a guide from the Grand Canyon Conservancy Field Institute, learning about its unique features and human history. Visit the Historic Village District and descend the Bright Angel Trail to see ancient rock art and fossils.
Grand Canyon National Park/Las Vegas
Go on a behind-the-scenes tour of Lowell Observatory to see the giant telescopes and learn about the study of astronomy, as well as enjoy a lecture on Mars. Return to Las Vegas, by way of Seligman, Arizona—the birthplace of Route 66. Check out the historic general store and original motels as you discover the legacy of the U.S.’s early transcontinental highway system.
Las Vegas
Depart at any time.


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Grand Canyon Exclusive, Grand Canyon National Park

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All national park fees

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Antelope Canyon guided visit


Route 66 stop


Lowell Observatory Experience, Flagstaff


Zion National Park visit and guided hike


Horseshoe Bend hike


All transport between destinations and to/from included activities


Native Grill Food Truck Experience


Bryce Canyon National Park visit


Grand Canyon National Park visit


Day 01

Las Vegas

Las Vegas: A Nevada city renowned for its entertainment, gambling, and dining options, as well as extravagant hotels and resorts along the Las Vegas Strip. It's a top destination for tourists, offering a wide range of attractions and outdoor activities in nearby areas.

Day 03

Zion national Park

Set out on an unforgettable guided hike to the famed Narrows. Splash, wade, and swim in the cool water of the river that cuts through this stunning slot canyon. Soak up the beauty of the high plateaus, towers, temples, mesas, and some of the planet’s tallest sheer sandstone walls.

Day 05

Navajo Land ,Vermillion Cliffs, Colorado River

Navajo land: Refers to the territory in the southwestern United States that is inhabited by the Navajo people. It's known for its stunning natural landscapes, including canyons, mesas, and rock formations.

Vermillion Cliffs: A geological formation in Arizona that is characterized by its striking red sandstone cliffs. It's located in the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument and offers spectacular views and hiking opportunities.

The Colorado River: A major river in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. It's over 1,400 miles long and flows through several states, including Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and California. 

Day 07

Lowell Observatory, Seligman, Arizona, Route 66

Lowell Observatory: An astronomical observatory located in Flagstaff, Arizona, that offers tours and public programs about astronomy and space science.

Seligman: A small town located in northern Arizona and is known as the birthplace of Route 66, the famous historic highway that stretched across the United States.


Route 66: A historic highway in the United States that connected Chicago, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California. It played a significant role in the development of the American West and became an icon of American culture in the mid-20th century.

Day 02

Zion national Park, The Watchman Trail, Zion Canyon, and the Town of Springdale

Zion National Park: Oldest national park in Utah, known for its stunning sandstone slot canyons and monumental cliffs of cream, pink, and red. The Watchman Trail is an unpaved trail that climbs 368 ft (112 m) to offer magnificent views of the Watchman, Temples and Towers, lower Zion Canyon, and the Town of Springdale.

Day 04

Bryce Canyon National Park, Page, Arizona, the gateway to Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and the beautiful Lake Powell.

Bryce Canyon National Park: A park in Utah renowned for its maze of multi-colored rock pinnacles called hoodoos.


Page, Arizona: A gateway city that leads to Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Lake Powell.


Antelope Canyon: A stunning natural sandstone cathedral located on Navajo land that's accessible only with an authorized guide.


Horseshoe Bend: A spectacular natural bend in the Colorado River that offers stunning views from the steep vermillion cliffs.


Lake Powell: A beautiful man-made reservoir that offers various water activities, including boating, fishing, and kayaking.

Day 06

Grand Canyon Conservancy Field Institute, South Rim, Bright Angel Trail

The Grand Canyon Conservancy Field Institute: A non-profit organization that provides educational programs and guided tours of the Grand Canyon.

The South Rim: One of the most popular areas of the Grand Canyon National Park, known for its stunning panoramic views of the canyon and various hiking trails.

The Bright Angel Trail: A popular hiking trail on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. It descends over 4,000 feet into the canyon and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes.

Day 08

Journey home 

End of the tour

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