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Canyon Country (8 Days, Standard)

Code: CV-91-S-8

A 8-Day Collette Tours tour starting from $2,749.00

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All prices are per person, double occupancy, subject to availability and are quoted in U.S. Dollars. These pages are not endorsed or supported by the tour operator in any way. All information presented is based on promotional material provided by the tour operator. All prices, itineraries, accommodations and dates are subject to change without notice and at any time by the tour operators. Availability is limited and must be reconfirmed at time of booking. The prices on this website are not guaranteed. We are not responsible for errors, omissions, or changes in pricing. Please call us toll free at 1-866-475-7023 to confirm availability and pricing.

Escorted Tour Highlights

Countries Visited:

United States

Cities Visited:

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Sightseeing Highlights

Scottsdale
Nicknamed "The West's most Western Town," Scottsdale, Arizona, is a bustling city of just over 220,000 people. Bordering the city of Phoenix, Scottsdale is known for its golfing and spa resorts and its beautiful desert landscape. Besides the world-class resorts, downtown Scottsdale has numerous buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of its Old Town where the Old West meets the New West.

Oak Creek Canyon
A river gorge in Arizona between Flagstaff and Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon is known as the smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon. Rated as one of the top five drives by Rand McNally, the Oak Creek Canyon Drive is a photographer's dream. Towering red rocks, rushing streams and the occasional waterfall make the 13-mile canyon a non-stop Kodak moment.

Kaibab National Forest
Bordering the North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon is the 1.6 million acres of Kaibab National Forest. A wealth of flora thrives here. The higher elevations are dense with ponderosa pine, juniper, spruce and ash and the lower forest floor has smatterings of sagebrush, bitterbrush and cliffrose. In addition to the greenery, there are numerous animals such as whitetail deer, coyote and mountain lion that make Kaibab their home.

Grand Canyon
Discover one of the world's natural wonders, the iconic Grand Canyon. Behold its amazing, colorful and ever-changing views. The canyon 's towering cliffs plunge an average of 5,249 feet to the turbulent Colorado River below. The beautiful layers of colorful rock reveal the earth 's history spanning a stunning 1.75 billion years. Scientists studied the canyon 's layers, along with fossils and sediment, to map the world 's evolution. The U.S. government began to explore and chart the area in the early 1800s and it was officially named a national park in 1919.

Lake Powell
Created in 1963 when the Glen Canyon Dam was built on the Canyon River, sits the second-largest man-made lake in America: Lake Powell. With depths of 3700', it is a playground for house-boating activities and water sports. Set against a backdrop of red rocks, Lake Powell offers landmarks such as Rainbow Bridge, Cathedral Canyon and Hole in the Rock.

Choice on Tour
Travel through Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, a sacred Navajo land featuring iconic sandstone spires; choose to enjoy a fascinating tour, narrated by a Navajo tribe member and a stop at a Hogan, a traditional Navajo hut -OR- take a canyon adventure cruise through the wondrous geologic formations of the Navajo and Antelope canyons.

Bryce Canyon
A small national park in southwestern Utah, Bryce Canyon is named after the Mormon Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, and became a national park in 1928. Known for its unique geology, consisting of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters, slot canyons, windows, fins, and spires called "hoodoos", Bryce is a virtual stone forest tinted with colors too numerous and subtle to name.

Zion National Park
As Utah's first National Park, Zion became a national park in 1919. The word Zion translates from the Hebrew as a place of safety or refuge. This area that has been settled by people since 6000 BC and became home to Mormon pioneers in the 1860s. A staggering mix of canyons and sandstone mountains, Zion today welcomes over 3 million visitors a year and is Utah's most visited national park.

Choice on Tour
Visit the Zion Human History Museum to learn more about Utah 's first national park, and discover how it grew into a park that gets three million visitors a year -OR- continue to enjoy time in the stunning beauty of this remarkable landscape by exploring the park independently.

Las Vegas
A desert oasis, Las Vegas is also known as Sin City. With the legalization of gambling in Nevada in 1931, Las Vegas became a hotspot for casino owners. Today it bills itself as the Entertainment Capital of the World with its mega casinos and entertainment venues.

Overview

A journey through Canyon Country brings you into a colorful world of stunning southwestern vistas and the unique topography of three national parks: Zion, Bryce and the Grand Canyon. Take time to shop in Sedona's marketplace and travel through Kaibab National Forest. Spend a night at the South Rim of the magnificent Grand Canyon. Luxuriate at the Lake Powell Resort for two nights. Personalize your Arizona travel by choosing to either take in the stark beauty of Monument Valley on a narrated ride or take a cruise through the canyons for a different perspective on the spectacular scenery. End in the neon-lit spectacle of Las Vegas.

Year Round Offers

  • Book Flex Airfare and get Roundtrip Transfers Free
  • Triple Room Reduction available on certain tours
  • Purchase Collette's No Worries Cancellation waiver
  • Complimentary hotel to hotel baggage handling

Canyon Country (8 Days, Standard)

Day 1: Scottsdale, Arizona - Tour Begins
Explore the most famous canyons of the American West on a journey featuring three national parks. Begin in colorful Scottsdale where you will join your fellow travelers for a welcome dinner.
(Meals: Dinner)

Day 2: Scottsdale - Sedona - Grand Canyon
Stunning Sedona awaits. Soak in the imaginative atmosphere and colorful vistas while browsing the arts and crafts shops of the marketplace. Admire Oak Creek Canyon, where the rock formations seem to change hue with every turn in the road. Later, travel through the spectacular Kaibab National Forest before reaching the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
(Meals: Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 3: Grand Canyon - Lake Powell
“Grand” is not a strong enough word for today. This morning, take the time to explore the Grand Canyon. Theodore Roosevelt once said, “This is one of the great sights which every American, if he can travel at all, must see.” Behold those same breathtaking views as we travel along East Rim Drive. Later, a short ride brings you to Cameron Trading Post. For nearly a century, the post has acted as a haven for travelers, traders and explorers. Continue north through mesa-studded desert before arriving at your home for the next two evenings - a lovely hotel overlooking the stunning blue waters of Lake Powell. Later we will enjoy dinner at Lake Powell and some time at leisure.
(Meals: Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 4: Lake Powell - Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park or Canyon Cruise
Begin your day with an invigorating breakfast cruise along lovely Lake Powell. Then, it 's your choice! Travel through the territory of the Navajo nation and arrive in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, a sacred Navajo land featuring iconic sandstone spires; enjoy a fascinating tour, narrated by a Navajo tribe member and a stop at a Hogan, a traditional Navajo hut -OR- you may take a canyon adventure cruise through the wondrous geologic formations of the Navajo and Antelope canyons.
(Meals: Breakfast)

Day 5: Lake Powell - Bryce Canyon National Park - Springdale, UT (Zion)
Hoodoos! Today, travel to spectacular Bryce Canyon National Park, famous for its Hoodoos. These rock formations, created over thousands of years by wind and water, carry natural orange and red hues, the product of iron oxidizing within the rock. Enjoy a walk along the Sunset Point to Sunrise Point Rim Trail.
(Meals: Breakfast)

Day 6: Zion National Park
In sheer magnitude and color, few places on earth match the beauty of Zion National Park 's red and white sandstone cliffs. Take a full day to explore Utah 's first national park. Climb aboard Zion 's open-air tram and wind your way alongside the Virgin River and through the 2,400 foot deep, one-half-mile wide Zion Canyon. This afternoon, it 's your choice! Visit the Zion Human History Museum to learn more about the park -OR- continue to enjoy time in the great outdoors exploring the park independently.
(Meals: Breakfast)

Day 7: Springdale - Las Vegas, Nevada
Today, trade nature 's beauty for the lights of the Vegas strip. This four-mile stretch of road features neon lit resorts and round-the-clock action.
(Meals: Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 8: Las Vegas - Tour Ends
Depart for home with amazing memories of your journey.
(Meals: None)

All prices are per person, double occupancy, subject to availability and are quoted in U.S. Dollars. These pages are not endorsed or supported by the tour operator in any way. All information presented is based on promotional material provided by the tour operator. All prices, itineraries, accommodations and dates are subject to change without notice and at any time by the tour operators. Availability is limited and must be reconfirmed at time of booking. The prices on this website are not guaranteed. We are not responsible for errors, omissions, or changes in pricing. Please call us toll free at 1-866-475-7023 to confirm availability and pricing.

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• 7 night accommodations.

• Centrally-located hotels provide a home away from home.

• Hotel-to-hotel baggage handling

• A professional tour manager accompanies you throughout your trip.

• Expert local guides provide insightful, personalized tours.

• Unparalleled sightseeing includes all of the “must-sees.”

• Enriching cultural experiences bring the destination to life.

• Private climate-controlled motor-coach enhances your tour.

• Free round trip sedan service that takes you from your home to the airport when you purchase an air-inclusive Collette tour (within 50 miles of nearest airport gateway).

• 17 meals. Welcome and farewell dinners feature local specialties.



All prices are per person, double occupancy, subject to availability and are quoted in U.S. Dollars. These pages are not endorsed or supported by the tour operator in any way. All information presented is based on promotional material provided by the tour operator. All prices, itineraries, accommodations and dates are subject to change without notice and at any time by the tour operators. Availability is limited and must be reconfirmed at time of booking. The prices on this website are not guaranteed. We are not responsible for errors, omissions, or changes in pricing. Please call us toll free at 1-866-475-7023 to confirm availability and pricing.

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