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US West National Park Circle Tour


Las Vegas | Zion National Park | Bryce Canyon National Park | Grand Canyon

From the red cliffs of Zion National Park, to the steep valleys of Grand Canyon, visit some of the most iconic landscapes on this week-long circle tour through the western United States.

Start location: Las Vegas, NV
End Location: Las Vegas, NV

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  • Vacation Style Age 6yr and above, Year Round
    • Activity Level Easy
    • Duration 6 Days 5 Nights
    All about the US West National Park Circle Tour.

    US West National Park Circle Tour

    Visit some of the most spectacular landscapes in Western United States.

    Shaped by the forces of nature through millions of years, these unique land formations through the southern parts of Utah and Northern parts of Arizona will leave everyone astonished.

    You will first visit the awe-inspiring cliffs and verdant valleys of Zion National Park. Formed by millions of years of erosion, its exceptional rock formations, plethora of backcountry trails and unique wildlife beckon those seeking solitude and inspiration. The numerous canyons, animal communities and cultural sites within the park can be explored in any season, though spring and fall offer the best weather and most spectacular blooms.

    Next, visit the beauty of a red-rock wonderland in Bryce Canyon National Park. The delicately carved multi-hued spires and pink cliffs — formed by wind and rain over millions of years — create the park’s one-of-a-kind landscape. Home to hoodoos (irregular-shaped pillars of rock), stone forests and more, the stunning skyline of this National Park will undoubtedly amaze you.

    Then, it’s time to tick another one off the bucket list with a visit to the breathtaking and overwhelming views of the Grand Canyon National Park. This 1.6-kilometer deep and 16-kilometer wide Grand Canyon is a testament to 2,000 million years of geological history. Nearly as alluring as the canyon is the powerful Colorado River snaking its way through Grand Canyon National Park.


    Zion National Park

    Trip Distances:

    for references only
    • Las Vegas – Bryce Canyon ( 415km / 259mi )
    • Bryce Canyon – Page ( 239km / 149mi )
    • Page – Grand Canyon( 211km / 132mi )
    • Grand Canyon – Las Vegas ( 448km / 280mi )

    – Trip Highlights –

    calling all natural enthusiasts
    • in Nevada:
      • Las Vegas Strip
      • Hoover Dam
    • in Utah:
      • Zion National Park
      • Bryce Canyon National Park
    • in Arizona:
      • Lake Powell
      • Antelope Canyon
      • Horseshoe Bend
      • Grand Canyon National Park

    – Trip Dates –

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    1. Day 1 Viva Las Vegas

      Welcome to Las Vegas. Upon arrival at the Harry Reid International Airport, your tour guild will greet you at the airport, where you will be transferred to your hotel for check-in.

      Join your group for a tour of the famous Las Vegas Strip after you’ve settled in. Then, for the rest of your day, feel free to explore Las Vegas at your own pace.

        Accommodation suggestion
      MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas (4 ) or more selective

    2. Day 2 Zion National Park

      Today we will begin our tours to some of the most spectacular landscapes in Western United States by first visiting Zion National Park. Watch as the desert terrain quickly transformed into towering pine forest as you head into Utah, and witness red rock cliffs begin to surround you on your way to Zion National Park.

      The name “Zion” means a place of peace and refuge. As a sanctuary with over 146,000 acres of cliffs, canyons, diverse plant and animal life, and uninterrupted beauty, Zion is well-named. Its massive sandstone walls, some as high as 3,800 feet, offer an opportunity for serenity and reflection for all who visit.

      By nightfall, we will make way to Bryce Canyon. If you are up to some stargazing, and weather permitting, feel free to step outside and observer some of the most spectacular night sky.

        Accommodation suggestion
      Best Western Plus Ruby’s Inn (3 ) or more selective

    3. Day 3 Bryce Canyon / Lake Powell

      After an early breakfast, meet your guide at the lodge for your guided tour of Bryce Canyon.

      When you arrive in Bryce Canyon, you will be greeted with awe-inspiring views of red, orange, and pink rock spires and cliffs. The iconic rock formations, called “hoodoos”, are as fascinating to look at as they are to hike through. You will have time to explore the area this morning, and take as many pictures as you can. One can never get tired looking at this magnificent view during their visit to the Park.

      In the afternoon, we will make way to Page, Arizona. Before dinner time, hop on a two hour scenic boat cruise of the beautiful Lake Powell. This second largest reservoir in United States offers an unmatched viewing experience with its sceneries. Located in the vast Glen Canyon National Recreation Area between Utah and Arizona, it is undoubtedly a highlight of this trip.

        Accommodation suggestion
      Hampton Inn & Suites Page-Lake Powell (3 ) or more selective

    4. Day 4 Antelope Canyon / Horseshoe Bend

      After an other early raiser, we will leave bright and early for the Antelope Slot Canyon Tour.

      This iconic spot in the Navajo Upper Antelope Canyon is another highlight on this National Park circle tour. Shaped by millions of years of water and wind erosion, the magnificent canyon was named for the herds of pronghorn antelope that once roamed the area. With a short hike, you will witness one of the most jaw dropping view as the Sun light peaks through from up above, and lights up spots in the canyon.

      After the Antelope Canyon, we will head to the viewing spot the Horseshoe Bend, where it attracts 2 million visitors every year and is one of the most photographed sites in northern Arizona. It was formed when the Colorado River looped around an impassable sandstone escarpment, Horseshoe Bend is one of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area’s more famous highlights.

        Accommodation suggestion
      The Grand Hotel at the Grand Canyon (3 ) or more selective

    5. Day 5 Grand Canyon Sunrise & Tour

      Be ready to start your Day 5 with a bang as we head to the Grand Canyon to viewing a Grand Canyon Sunrise that is both peaceful and exhilarating. It combines the quiet of the morning with the brilliant change in colours. Enjoy this spectacular time of day as the sun rises over the ramparts of the Desert.

      Continue onto the West Rim of Grand Canyon tour after a quick breakfast. Explore the beauty of the West Rim of Grand Canyon with a comfortable and unique guided tour. This was originally an old wagon road built by the Santa Fe Railway, and highlighting the tour is a stop at Hermit’s Rest, an exquisite Mary E.J. Colter design built in 1914.

      After lunch, we will make way back toward Las Vegas. About 35 miles outside of Las Vegas sits the Hoover Dam. This massive, 724.6ft tall dam has enough concrete to build a two lane highway from Seattle, Washington to Miami, Florida or a four foot wide sidewalk around the Earth at the equator.

        Accommodation suggestion
      MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas (4 ) or more selective

    6. Day 6 Las Vegas

      Your tour will end after you check-out in the morning.

    Hoover Dam Visitor Center
    Antelope Canyon
    Las Vegas, Nevada