Arizona’s Grandest Multi Destination Tour

Experience Northern Arizona’s top tourist destinations in the Grand Circle area with a Custom Private Silver Spur Tour. We will pick you up at your place and take you to your choice of destinations from our list; these full day tours include local history, folklore, Native American culture, geology, flora and fauna. We can help you select a tour and where to stay at each night in the Page, Arizona area. We can even arrange your overnight stays on a new 70′ house boat on Lake Powell which will accommodate up to 8 guests comfortably and it includes a full kitchen, gas grill and a hot tub on the top deck*.
We have done the hard part for you; just simply fill out our request form below, once you have returned it to us we will get back with you to go over the finer details or you can book on line. If you wish we can arrange it all for a minimum fee of $500*.

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Prices (Call)

*Based on your departure, we have included our preferred tours which are included in the price* Optional tours are generally priced  per day and each location. These optional tours can be selected by you and you can choose and upgrade your food and lodging to what you prefer, of course these will be additional costs.
• From Phoenix and Scottsdale your first preferred/required tour includes the VIP Grand Canyon South Rim Loop tour and your final day tour is a Magical Day in Sedona ; lunch and snacks are included. Prices will include your two preferred/required tours. You can add Optional Tours from our list of popular destinations.
• From Sedona and Flagstaff your first preferred/required tour includes the VIP Grand Canyon South Rim Loop tour and a Magical Day in Sedona/Jerome, up to 8 guests; lunch and snacks are included. Prices include both preferred/required tours. You can add Optional tours from our list of popular destinations, the last day of your tour may be substituted for the Optional Colorado River Float (additional fees will apply for the raft seating).
Book direct via telephone and yes you can customize.
*Optional tours do not include meals or lodging. Preferred/required tours include lunch and snacks only and do not include lodging or other meals. Some prices may vary based off requested tour, for accurate pricing please fill out the SST Grandest Private Tour Request Form and email it to us. We will get back with you the next business day. All Grandest Private Tours are required to be booked a minimum of 5 days in advance. *We can do it all for a minimum  fee of $500.

Destinations

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Grand Canyon-South Rim

Drive through the world’s largest Ponderosa Pine forest and get views of the San Francisco Peaks as you take your scenic drive to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. We will stop at Grand Canyon Village where you can get spectacular views from Kolb Studio and Lookout Studio, visit Hopi house to shop Hopi Indian artifacts, or follow a trail a short ways into the canyon. At the Grand Canyon we will take you through the 25 mile Desert View Drive that takes you along the southern rim. Along this drive we will stop at various overlooks such as Yavapai Observatory Overlook, Mather Point, Moran Point, Lipan Point, or Grand View Point. On the eastern portion of the drive we will stop at the Watchtower where you can climb up over five stories. We will also stop at a Navajo Indian Reservation Trading Post where you can shop and view a wide variety of authentic Indian made jewelry, pottery, art, sculptures, Kachina Dolls, ancient artifacts and other Native American crafts and take in the view of the Little Colorado River.

*Park Entrance Fee Included
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Sedona & Jerome

This is a narrative tour with a professional, knowledgeable tour guide who will tell you all about the history of Sedona, some geological formations, ancient Native American inhabitants and prehistoric Sedona when it actually was beneath the ocean. Enjoy one of America’s Top 5 Most Scenic Drives as it winds through Oak Creek Canyon.While in Sedona you will view Red Rock Monuments including the well known vortexes of Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock. Walk though the Chapel of the Holy Cross or sit and enjoy the views in this stunning nondenominational monument of faith. Indulge in panoramic views as you look down into Sedona from the Airport Mesa overlook. Along the tour you will also visit Montezuma Castle Indian Ruins, which is an ancient cliff dwelling built by the Sinagua Indians 1000 years ago. If the tour is ending in Sedona or Flagstaff you can experience the historic town of Jerome, it started out as being home to Arizona’s largest copper mine and after years of tragedy it became a ghost town. Now it is being revived as a local artist community that has kept the towns colorful history intact, while you are there you can stroll through the shops in the artist district, visit the historical museum, and indulge in optional wine tasting from local vineyards.

*Park Entrance Fee Included
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Colorado River Smooth Float

This is a narrative tour with a professional, knowledgeable tour guide who will tell you all about history of the native peoples, some geological formations, plant and flora while passing through the Navajo Nation. Your guide will also provide history about the Glenn Canyon Dam and Lake Powell as well as current and recent events along the way. In the morning you have the option of doing a short hike through Antelope Canyon where you can take in the breathtaking views of this nature made slot canyon. In the afternoon enjoy a 15.5 mile float trip down the Colorado River as it winds through Glenn Canyon, during the float trip you will experience a short hike where you can view ancient petroglyphs from the Puebloan people.

*Float trip and Park Entry fees for Antelope Canyon are not included in the tour price. Approximate prices are: Float Trip is $85.00 per adult; $75.00 per child ages 4-11. Antelope Canyon is $31.00 per person. Antelope Canyon is optional and will only be added at the guests request. These fees will be added to the tour price based off the number of people on the tour.
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Grand Canyon-North Rim

Get away from the crowds and visit the tranquil and remote northern rim of the Grand Canyon. Located about 1000 feet higher than the southern rim, the northern rim is usually only open from about mid-May to mid-October depending on weather and road closures. Even though it is only 11 miles across the Grand Canyon to the southern rim it is a 215 mile drive. This is an excellent view of the Grand Canyon that not everyone gets to experience.

*Park Entrance Fee Included
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Monument Valley

Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation and spans between Northern Arizona and Southern Utah, Monument Valley is considered sacred land. This Valley of Rocks has been sculpted by nature to range in height from 400-1200 feet. The combination of sparsely populated desert, striking placement of the earth’s handiwork, and lack of inhabitants, human and nonhuman alike, have created a wilderness cathedral unlike any other. Monument Valley brings you face to face with the forces of creation, and will leave you in a state of wonder.

*Park Entrance Fee Included
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Zion National Park

Located in Utah, Zion National Park is a stunning destination filled with sculpted canyons and soaring cliffs. We will take you along Zion’s Mount Carmel Highway as it winds up steep switchbacks through the historic Mount Carmel Tunnel and comes out on the eastern side of the park. On Kolob Canyon road you will get spectacular views as it climbs up past the canyons and ends at Timber Creek Overlook. Enjoy an 80 minute shuttle ride that will take you through some of Zion Park’s most stunning views of places such as the Virgin River, Angels Landing, the Great White Throne, Lady Mountain, Heaps Canyon, and the Courtyard of Patriarchs where you will see Abraham, Isaac, and Jacobs Peaks as well as Mount Moroni and the Sentinel.

*Park Entrance Fee Included
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Bryce National Park

Over millions of years nature has shaped Bryce Canyon National Park to have thousands of carefully carved spires called hoodoos. We will take you to the Bryce Amphitheater which is surrounded by these unique hoodoos. Along the tour you will also get fabulous views of Thor’s Hammer, Ponderosa Point, Fairyland Point, and Inspiration Point.

*Park Entrance Fee Included

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