Tour four of the most stunningly beautiful landscapes in Arizona. Marvel at magnificent buttes and mesas in Sedona, experience the magic of Monument Valley with a Navajo guide, stroll through crowdless slot canyons in Secret Antelope Canyon, and gaze across the immensity Grand Canyon, and make the Southwest´s most amazing marvels your own.
Private 4-Day Tour Sedona / Phoenix / Flagstaff Pickup
Surround yourself with steep canyon walls, lush Juniper and Pinion Pine Forests, and the Red Rock buttes of Sedona. Witness an amazing sunrise in Monument Valley and enjoy an optional but highly recommended backcountry tour with a Navajo guide. Shop authentic Native American creations and experience their culture. Walk hidden pathways in the Navajo Sandstone that were carved out and sculpted by flash floods and created beautiful flowing patterns along the walls at Secret Antelope Canyon. Tour the South Rim of the Grand Canyon as you travel the complete 25-mile scenic Desert View Drive from Desert View Overlook to Grand Canyon Village. This is a 4-day tour that truly embraces the many natural wonders of Northern Arizona.
Monument Valley sunrise
Full-day Grand Canyon excursion
Secret Antelope Canyon without crowds
Horseshoe Bend private overlook
Pickup: Sedona, Phoenix or Flagstaff
Return: Sedona, Phoenix or Flagstaff
Our tour with Silver Spur Tours was more than we could have ever imagined.
My husband is a fan of John Wayne/John Ford western films. Many of their films were filmed in Monument Valley. Silver Spur Tours provided a day trip to see all those sights. Wow. Just fantastic. We had a GREAT time! As my husband and I reflect on all aspects of this tour there is simply nothing that could make it better.
Discover the secrets Sedona has to offer. Enjoy the area’s magnificent scenery of red rock buttes, pinnacles, mesas and canyons. View the area’s famous rock formations such as Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Courthouse Butte, Coffee Pot and more. Relax as we wind our way through Oak Creek Canyon. Stand at the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau where you can experience a spectacular endless view of the canyon below. Enjoy local shopping at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village or wander through the original shopping district in Uptown Sedona. Find stunning panoramic views and photo opportunities with a backdrop of Thunder Mountain from Airport Mesa. Adventure beyond Sedona to learn about the Sinagua Indians as you stroll along the paved path that takes you to different vantage points of Montezuma Castle, an ancient cliff dwelling.
Monument Valley is a collection of stunning buttes, spires and mesas commonly used by Hollywood as a popular backdrop in many movies. Travel through the Navajo Reservation to view these magnificent red monoliths. Learn about the traditions and culture directly from the Navajo. Venture beyond Monument Valley to view one of the most amazing examples of an entrenched river meander in North America as you look down upon the San Juan River as it carves its way through the desert 1,000 feet below at Gooseneck State Park. From Gouldings Lodge or The View Hotel you will get stunning views of Monument Valley at both sunset and sunrise. Shop authentic Native American arts and crafts. Optional and highly recommended private 2.5 hour back-country tour with a local Navajo guide that takes you off-road to areas of Monument Valley not otherwise accessible ($70.00 per person).
Tour one of the most photographic areas in Arizona. Drive through the painted desert and learn about the Navajo Nation along the way as we journey through Page you will be able to explore Glen Canyon Dam, Carl Hayden Visitor Center, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, and Secret Antelope Canyon. Longer and with a greater crest than the Hoover Dam, Glen Canyon Dam is responsible for the development of the town of Page and Lake Powell. Perched on the edge of the cliff, Carl Hayden Visitor Center provides excellent views of the Dam, Colorado River and Glen Canyon Bridge. It is also an excellent place to explore the many exhibits that show how the Dam works and it’s significance to the area. As you look beyond the Dam you will see the second largest man-made lake in America, Lake Powell. After lunch at a Mexican restaurant start your tour of Secret Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend with a view of the Colorado River 1000 feet below.
Have your cameras ready as we embark on the entire 25-mile scenic Desert View Drive that offers breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It runs along the southern rim from the east entrance to the main south entrance with numerous opportunities to view stunning vantage points of the Grand Canyon. This is also a popular place to catch pictures of local wildlife. Partake in a leisurely stroll along the paved Rim Trail at Grand Canyon Village where you can explore the area and absorb all that the Grand Canyon has to offer. Discover the architectural treasures along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon such as the historic El Tovar Hotel, Hopi House, Yavapai Observation Station, and Desert View Watchtower. You will also have the opportunity to shop Native American arts and crafts from the Navajo and Hopi Tribe and browse traditional souvenirs.
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