Season All year. Everyday except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day
Private Tours Starting at $2790
$2790 for the first 4 guests*
$250 for each additional guest
$150 for each additional guest ages 12 and under
9* Guests Maximum
Departures Phoenix/Scottsdale: 7:00 AM
Return Next Evening: About 6:00 PM
*Includes Grand Canyon park entry fees, gourmet lunch on first day, snacks. Does not include Antelope Canyon park entry fees, additional meals, lodging or guide gratuity.
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An exclusive by Silver Spur Tours. Embark from your lodging point in Phoenix or Scottsdale. A drive thru beautiful Sedona and up Oak Creek Canyon as we continue to the Grand Canyon. Enjoy a full Grand Canyon South Rim tour and Check-in at your hotel in Page, AZ to enjoy the evening. Checkout next morning at about 8:00 AM, have breakfast (not included) and head to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend before returning back to the Valley of the Sun.
Board our Mercedes-Built Sprinter Touring van in either Phoenix or Scottsdale for a scenic 2.5 hour drive to Sedona. The Sedona area is magical. Elegant, rustic with the aura of ancient Native American history. You will experience where peace of mind and tranquility could have originated. A day absorbing memories beyond imagination. Sedona Arizona. red rock country. Land of the Secret Canyon where ancient civilizations left many prehistoric ruins and artifacts as evidence of existence. See all of the most popular scenic attractions including the edges of Boynton Canyon, Airport Mesa, Cathedral Rock, and Chapel of the Holy Cross as you drive through. The tour continues with a 2,000 foot ascent up Oak Creek Canyon with hair-pin turns on winding road to the top of the Mogollon Rim. Another scenic drive through Ponderosa Pines to Flagstaff, Arizona where you will get great views of the San Francisco Peaks, the tallest mountain range in Arizona.
Enter at the Grand Canyon West Main Entrance.
Grand Canyon Village. This is the heart of the South Rim and the old historic district. Have lunch (not included) at several places. Walk the Rim Trail. Sit on the cliff walls and savor unlimited views.Visit Kolb Studio which which sets right on the cliff’s edge. Watch the mules descend or arrive at the Bright Angel Trail.Visit Hopi House and you may be lucky to see Indian Dancers perform in native costume. You may see the Grand Canyon Train arrive or depart. Watch closely for the endangered California Condors, the largest bird in America with a wingspan up to 9.5 feet.
Grand View and Yavapai Point. Depending upon timing and weather, we may choose one or both at the group’s discretion. Both feature amazing views and Yavapai Point includes a geological museum.
Navajo Point. Astounding views from the highest point at the Grand Canyon South Rim at 7,500 feet. See great views of the Colorado River’s Big Bend.
Stop at the Desert View Watchtower. Built in 1932. A replica of a prehistoric Indian tower. Climb to the top of the tower and experience the incredible views across to Comanche Point and the Colorado River far below.
Exit at the East-End of Grand Canyon.
Stop at Little Colorado River Gorge on the Navajo Indian Reservation. Barter with the Navajo artisans for authentic handcrafted jewelry and crafts. While we continue on to Page you can kickback, watch a DVD of the history of the Grand Canyon. At the groups discretion we stop along the way for quick breaks.
Wake early, have breakfast and checkout. Leave at about 8:30 AM. Arrive early at Antelope Canyon to avoid the crowds and enjoy an invigorating hike to Horseshoe Bend. Thousands of years in the making, Antelope Canyon has been slowly carved and sculpted by wind and water creating amazing shapes, forms, and textures that can be seen in the sandstone today. Consisting of two separate canyons you can choose to visit one or both, for this reason park entry fees are not included in the tour price.
Lower Antelope Canyon, known to the Navajo’s as Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches”, is our most recommended stop. While a little more difficult to walk through it is less traveled and offers spectacular photo opportunities as the suns rays create varying lights and shadows as it moves through the narrow canyon walls.
Upper Antelope Canyon, known to the Navajo’s as Tse’ bighanilini, which means “the place where water runs through rocks.” Here you will walk between the narrow 120 foot tall canyon walls that tower around you as sunbeams pierce through the crevices.
Horseshoe Bend, the view from horseshoe bend attracts people from all over; however, the walk there is not suitable for everyone. To get to this stunning location you must walk through a 1/4 mile of sand that takes you uphill to the edge of horseshoe bend. Once there you will stand on the edge and see the Colorado River as it wraps 270 degrees around the landscape and winds it’s way into the Grand Canyon. If you look closely you may even see the raft tours as they float down the river. The view from here is so amazing to fully capture it you will need a wide angle lens.
Cameron Trading Post offers a unique combination of Navajo and Hopi artifacts, this is the perfect place to buy Native American rugs, jewelry, artwork, kachinas, and much more. You can also take a stroll through their “hidden oasis”, a garden so lush with desert botanicals that it is often host to weddings and other special occasions. Kickback, relax, and relive your memories of your eventful days as we take you back to Phoenix or Scottsdale.
Customized Mercedes Benz Touring Vans. Maximum of 8 guests (*optional console seat for a 9th person free). Soft leather captains chairs with lots of leg room. 6′ 3′ ceiling height. Wide view windows. Flat screen TV for DVD video.