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    Grand Canyon Sunset Tour

    Sunset in the Grand Canyon? What a way to end a day! Although with this sightseeing tour, getting there is half the fun. After being picked up from your hotel or resort, you'll drive through the scenic Painted Desert and into the Navajo Nation. Once there, you'll stop by the popular Cameron Trading Post, where you can browse Native American artwork and have time to shop for handcrafted pieces. Afterwards, you'll drive along Little Colorado River Gorge to the Grand Canyon's East Rim. Your guide will stop at two different overlooks to check out the canyon, before heading towards the South Rim and Grand Canyon Village. You'll have free time at the village to explore historic buildings, walk some of the South Rim trail, or browse the gift shop, before settling down for a gourmet dinner at the Bright Angel Lodge. Happy and full, you'll head back to the rim for the grand finale -- a dazzling sunset sure to inspire and amaze!
    Grand Canyon Sunset Tour

    P.O. Box 2608, Sedona

    • Head to the Grand Canyon for a day of sightseeing that culminates with a dazzling sunset
    • Visit Navajo Nation and the Cameron Trading Post and check out the canyon from the East Rim
    • Explore the historic buildings of Grand Canyon Village and walk the paved South Rim trail
    • Settle down for a gourmet dinner at the Arizona Lodge prior to the sunset viewing
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    Historic Railway Tour to Grand Canyon - Parlor Car

    Choo choooo! All aboard the fun train! During this thrilling adventure, you'll enjoy a 65-mile journey aboard a historic early-20th century style train. As you ride, character actors will entertain you with old-time music and cowboy stylings, and you'll enjoy breathtaking views of the mountain peaks and valleys, pine forests, and desert plains. Arriving at Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim, you'll have free time to hike, shop, visit historic buildings, and grab lunch. Afterwards, you'll be transported to the East Rim, where you'll visit some of the best overlooks in the region. Then you'll drive along the scenic Little Colorado Gorge, stopping at the Navajo Nation's Historic Cameron Trading Post, which offers handcrafted arts and souvenirs for purchase. On your way back to your resort, you'll even enjoy a scenic drive through the Painted Desert. This tour is gonna be off the rails good.
    Historic Railway Tour to Grand Canyon - Parlor Car

    P.O. Box 2608, Sedona

    • Head to Grand Canyon National Park for a day of sightseeing and exploration
    • Enjoy a scenic ride to the park aboard the parlour car of a historic train
    • Spend some free time hiking, shopping, and learning at the Grand Canyon Village
    • Visit East Rim overlooks and head into Navajo Nation for a trip to a trading post
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    Canyons and Cowboys Tour

    Take a step back in time to the wonderful world of cowboys! Travel through the beautiful canyons of Sedona to an old log cabin, where you will discover its colorful history and hear tales of murder and moonshine!

    A rugged ride into the scenic and historic Dry Creek Basin surrounded by seven majestic canyons to the hand-hewn log cabin that stands as a reminder of Sedona's colorful past. Relive the early cowboy days and the old Van Deren cabin and hear the colorful story of its historic beginnings.

    This is a great tour to capture the color and beauty of Sedona.

    Canyons and Cowboys Tour

    Arizona 89A, Sedona

    • Take a step back in time to experience the wonderfully rugged world of cowboys
    • Travel through the beautiful canyons of Sedona following your expert tour guide
    • Enjoy a scenic ride into the historic Dry Creek Basin surrounded by seven majestic canyons
    • Discover Sedona's colorful history and hear tales of murder and moonshine
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    Scenic Sedona Tour

    No matter your pleasure, Sedona has a lot to offer -- red rock vistas, trendy art galleries, historic buildings, and delicious eateries. But then again, that's also what makes it so hard to choose! Leave your guidebook behind and explore during this 2.5-hour private tour. You'll get to know the city like a local, traveling alongside a native guide and customizing your trip to your interests. Prior to setting out, you'll work together to design an itinerary from a number of available options, including a drive through Oak Creek Canyon, considered one of the most scenic routes in the country. Other possible points of interest include Airport Mesa, Bell Rock Vista, and Chapel of the Holy Cross. Your guide will teach you all about the local history and culture, and give you tips on the best restaurants, shopping, and things to do. You'll even learn about the famous Sedona vortexes -- surreal rock formations said to be the epicenters of tremendous natural energy. You better believe this tour is going to rock.
    Scenic Sedona Tour

    P.O. Box 2608, Sedona

    • Explore Sedona and learn about its local history and culture during a private tour with a local guide
    • Plan an itinerary around your interests prior to setting out
    • Visit sites of both natural splendor and historic interest, such as Oak Creek Canyon and Bell Rock Vista
    • Get tips on things to do, including the top restaurants and galleries
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    Grand Canyon Day Tour

    On the way to the canyon, you will pass through picturesque landscapes from the Sonoran Desert to the stunning Coconino National Forest, known for its towering ponderosa pines. After driving along the Mogollon Rim, you will make a tour stop at the historic Route 66 town of Williams. After taking a small step back in time you will depart to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where you will have three hours to explore Grand Canyon National Park, shop, get incredible photo ops, and enjoy a picnic lunch that promises quite a view. Following your time at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, you will enjoy a scenic ride back to the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. You're going to a need a grand nap after this!
    Grand Canyon Day Tour

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Explore Grand Canyon National Park, and historic Route 66 on a comfortable, guided van tour
    • Sight-see, shop, and enjoy a scenic picnic lunch along the South Rim
    • Explore a Native American dwelling with authentic arts and crafts at the South Rim Village of the Grand Canyon
    • Enjoy a scenic romp through surreal locations that will leave you absolutely amazed
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    Phoenix to Las Vegas via Sedona and Grand Canyon

    Some say it's the journey, not the destination, that matters. But when your destination is Las Vegas, that's some tough wisdom to live up to. This unique Phoenix-to-Las Vegas trek gets it right, with a grand detour that'll have you gawking. You'll disembark from the Phoenix Metro Area and head towards Grand Canyon National Park, passing through picturesque desert landscapes. On the way, you'll stop by Sedona to stretch your legs, which just happens to be home to some of the most famous red rock formations in the world. Resuming your trip, you'll pass through the famous Old Creek Canyon, winding your way through walled canyons that rise up to 2,000 feet, only to emerge into the stunning Coconino National Forest, known for its likewise towering ponderosa pines. After driving along the Mogollon Rim, you'll finally arrive at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where the world will open up beneath you. You'll have an hour and a half to explore Grand Canyon National Park, shop, and enjoy a lunch that promises quite a view. On the way to Las Vegas, you'll have time to soak it all up as you cruise along portions of the historic Route 66, cross the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, and maybe get in a quick nap before hitting the Strip!
    Phoenix to Las Vegas via Sedona and Grand Canyon

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Treat yourself to a sightseeing tour while traveling from Phoenix to Las Vegas
    • Stop by historic Sedona, and ride through Oak Creek Canyon and Coconino National Forest
    • Sightsee, shop, and enjoy a complimentary lunch while exploring Grand Canyon National Park
    • Enjoy a scenic romp through surreal vistas to set the stage for your Las Vegas vacation
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    Old Bear Wallow Tour

    Follow this rough and rugged early stagecoach route, which was the only road between Sedona and Flagstaff until 1914! As you rise in elevation you will see some wondrous sites such as Snoopy Rock, Teapot formation and Damnfino Canyon. You will wind your way towards the top of the Mogollon Rim as your breath is taken away by the view of Oak Creek Canyon. On the way back to town you will be wowed by Carousel Rock and the picturesque view of the Valley below.

    On the longer, 2 hour tour, a 4x4 excursion along the scenic volcanic rim trail is included.

    Please Note: upper portions of this trail may be closed in winter.

    Old Bear Wallow Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Explore the spectacular red rocks that Sedona is famous for
    • Take a jeep tour to discover some wondrous sites such as Snoopy Rock, Teapot formation and Damfino Canyon
    • Admire the amazing view of Oak Creek Canyon from the top of the Mogollon Rim
    • Follow the rugged early stagecoach route, which was the only road between Sedona and Flagstaff until 1914
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    Grand Canyon Railway Adventure

    Step aboard the Grand Canyon Railway for a trip to the majestic Grand Canyon you'll never forget. Feel the rumble of a vintage train as the engine chugs 65-miles across the beautiful Northern Arizona countryside. The train offers kaleidoscopic views of the San Francisco Peaks and rolls through valleys adorned in wild flowers, dense pine forests, high desert plains and small canyons. A narrated motorcoach rim tour of the Grand Canyon National Park enhances your visit by escorting you to the most scenic overlooks of the canyon! The excitement begins at the historic 1908 Williams Depot. Before the train departs you will be entertained by a Wild West shootout featuring the Cataract Creek Gang in an outdoor theater. Shop in one of two gift shops, or enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast before departure at the Grand Depot Cafe next to the depot.

    Then, hear the train whistle pierce the fresh morning air, beckoning passengers for a trip on the old iron horse to the Grand Canyon. Uniformed coach attendants provide you with white-gloved courtesy and service. Aboard the train, enjoy the tunes of strolling musicians who conduct sing-a-longs, an Old West train robbery, and the antics of western characters as they recreate train travel as it was back in 1901.

    The train arrives at the historic 1910 Grand Canyon Depot, the only remaining log depot still in operation in the United States. Buildings like the El Tovar Hotel, Hopi House and Bright Angel Lodge salute arriving guests as you pull into the station and disembark from the train. A narrated motorcoach rim tour of the Grand Canyon National Park enhances your visit by escorting you to the most scenic overlooks of the canyon.
    Grand Canyon Railway Adventure

    233 N Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams

    • Experience a natural wonder of the world like never before on the Grand Canyon Railway
    • Be entertained at a Wild West shootout featuring the Cataract Creek Gang in an outdoor theater
    • Enjoy beautiful kaleidoscopic views of the San Francisco Peaks during your train ride
    • Take a motorcoach rim tour which offers the most scenic overlooks of the Canyon
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    Scottsdale & Downtown Phoenix Highlights - Half Day

    Looking to get the low down on what's up in the Valley of the Sun? This half-day tour is an all-around good place to start! You'll be getting an introduction Maricopa County that only an experienced local guide could provide. Desert views, cityscapes, art, and culture await, as you traverse South Mountain Park, the world's largest municipal park; the Arizona Biltmore, a classic, early 20th-century luxury hotel; Old Town Scottsdale; Downtown Phoenix; and much more! In Old Town Scottsdale, you'll find galleries and fashion shops, and have the opportunity to taste delicious dishes from around the world, while Downtown Phoenix offers a unique metro area featuring stunning architecture, history, and culture. You'll even enjoy lunch at a unique Arizona location, because sightseeing on a full tummy is so much more fun!
    Scottsdale & Downtown Phoenix Highlights - Half Day

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Explore the cultural and sightseeing offerings of the Valley of the Sun during a half-day tour
    • Check out popular landmarks in Maricopa County, including Old Town Scottsdale and Downtown Phoenix, South Mountain Park, and much more
    • Enjoy perks such as the freedom to sightsee at your own pace on on your own path as well as a complimentary lunch
    • Take in a relaxing historical and cultural introduction to this unique desert oasis
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    Sedona Day Tour

    What really rocks about this tour? The rocks! The world-famous red rock formations of Sedona from the surreal backdrop to this day-long tour that'll introduce you to some of the city's most culturally and historically significant spots. You'll explore ancient Native American ruins, including one of two Sinagua Tribe sites, Tuzigoot National Monument or Montezuma Castle National Monument. Next up, you'll have the opportunity to take in some of the many attractions that Sedona has to offer. This red rock town is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with popular stops including Bell Rock, Airport Mesa, and Chapel of the Holy Cross. In Sedona's chic uptown, you'll also be able to explore many different galleries and shops. And, if all those otherworldly rocks leave you feeling mystically inclined, you can even get a psychic reading. But you don't have to be a fortune teller to see that with this tour, the outlook is all good!
    Sedona Day Tour

    394 E. Redfield Rd, Chandler

    • Enjoy a guided, day-long introduction to the town of Sedona and its surroundings
    • Explore ancient Native American ruins and stunning red rock sites
    • Get lost in the galleries and boutiques of Sedona's hip Uptown area
    • Treat yourself to a cultural and historic exploration set against a surreal landscape
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