Amazing small group guided tour of 2days
Grand Canyon, Zion Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Horse Band
Minimum of 4 people required.
Visit Zion Canyon, the rock mountain called God's garden
Visit Grand Canyon to the #1 bucket list
Pickup and drop-off service all customer
You can enjoy a leisurely tour
Minimum of 4 people required.
COVID-19 Small group guide Tour for Safety.
We will pick you up at your hotel on the Las Vegas Strip at 7 am
The arrival time is around 7 pm.
Departing from Las Vegas, the tour course includes visits to Grand Canyon and Zion Canyon.
The Grand Canyon is the number one place that many people want to visit the most, Zion Canyon, called the Garden of the Gods, is made of majestic rocks.
We invite you to an incredibly beautiful place. The tour provides the best tour service with a limited capacity of no more than 10 people per group.
We assure you that you will have plenty of time to enjoy the scenery, sightseeing.
We will do our best to provide comfort and safety to everyone who is with us and make unforgettable memories.
This product is not a trekking tour It's a photo tour.
The schedule may vary depending on local weather and the situation
✔ Admission fee
✔ Roundtrip transportation Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off in Las Vegas strip
✔ Accommodation : Cabin (1 Room, 2 Person) The family can use one room.
✔ Unlimited Bottled water
X Lunch x 2
X Dinner x 1
Departure & Return
Pick-up time 7 am - Any hotel along the Las Vegas Strip.
Arrival time 7:00 PM
Zion National Park
Known as "the Garden of the Gods". Zion is one of the truly unique and incredible national treasures filled with magnificent rocks. It is the most preferential place for travelers. We visit the Human History Museum, Natural Bridge, Carmel Tunnel, and Check Board Mesa at Zion Canyon.
Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel
Six large windows cut into the sandstone cliffs offer glimpses of spectacular Zion scenery as visitors drive through the tunnel. This also provides light and ventilation inside the tunnel.
The unusual crack pattern in the sandstone hills resembles a grid much as you would see on a checkerboard.
Many visitors claim that Lipan Point offers one of the most spectacular Canyon vistas in the entire park. Westward views seem to stretch outward forever, and Canyon walls present a tapestry of colors and textures. The Colorado River cuts through the deepest part of the Canyon near here, and sunset views are incredible as well.
Typically the most popular, first-time views of Grand Canyon occur at either Mather Point. Mather Point is situated at just over 7,000 feet elevation. Visitors will be awe-struck by the view before them. Far below your view is Phantom Ranch, at the canyon's base.
Yavapai Point affords panoramic views of Havasupai Point to the west and Desert View to the east. Set just inside the south entrance to the park, Mather Point often serves as introduction to the Canyon. First-time visitors are struck by the scale and immensity of the chasm, and some have even been known to fall to their knees and weep, overwhelmed by the spectacle.
If you cancel at least 4 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 3 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers.
If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.