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Enjoy extra time to experience the Grand Canyon in depth on an overnight tour from Phoenix. Break up the drive to the Grand Canyon with stops in the red rock country of Sedona and Cameron Trading Post in Navajo Nation. Then head into Grand Canyon National Park for a driving tour along the South Rim with spectacular viewpoints, plus free time to explore. Keep your camera handy for many photo ops of this natural wonder, and hear about its history from your guide. Includes accommodation, transportation, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Travel from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon on a 3-day semi-independent tour in the American Southwest. Start with a road trip through the Sonoran Desert and Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona. On day two, step aboard the historic Grand Canyon Railway for a train journey to the Grand Canyon. Upon arrival, take a coach tour along the rim to absorb the majestic natural wonder and have free time on day three to see more, with options such as a helicopter tour available before returning to Phoenix.
Take the time to enjoy an in-depth experience of Arizona’s natural beauty on a 3-day tour with overnights in Sedona and the Grand Canyon. Admire the red rock country of Sedona and explore the shops and galleries in town. Then marvel at the grandeur of the Grand Canyon as you approach the South Rim and stop at spectacular viewpoints. This semi-independent tour includes some planned activities with a local guide, and includes transportation and accommodation. Enjoy ample free time to explore on your own and customize your experience.
Explore desert landscapes, history, and the Grand Canyon on a 2-day tour from Sedona, and watch the sun set—and rise—from the scenic South Rim. Drive through ponderosa forest and jagged lava fields, learn how the Navajo and Sinagua Indians survived in the rugged terrain, then explore local arts and handicrafts at the famous Cameron Trading Post. See Grand Canyon National Park at your own pace and sleep in the heart of the village; take a morning hike or simply enjoy the views from the rim before returning to Sedona.
Travel in the comfort of our custom built Mercedes Touring vans as we take you on a Private tour of Sinagua Indian Ruins, the Grand Canyon and Sedona. With Silver Spur a private tour means it is only your group on board. That allows us to focus on you, tailoring the tour to your interests and moving at your pace. Enjoy a narrated scenic drive with a friendly and knowledgable guide that will share information about the history, geology, Native Americans, flora and fauna of the area.
For the night between tours you will want to book a hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona
Bags need to be limited to one carry on size bag measuring 25 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches per person. If a luggage carrier is needed it will restrict places we are allowed to go and tours will be adjusted accordingly. We must be informed if a luggage carrier is needed at least 5 days prior to your tour start date.
All tours are customized and not all stops may be included depending on your group’s interests and time.
Our Classic Hike to the River is a wonderful introduction to Hiking at Grand Canyon National Park. On day one, we start on the South Kaibab Trail. We will walk 7 miles down to the Bright Angel Campground, crossing the Colorado River via suspension bridge. After setting up camp, we can hike to the Colorado River, relax under the shady cottonwood trees near Bright Angel Creek, or grab a lemonade at historic Phantom Ranch!
On day two we begin our ascent on the world famous Bright Angel trail towards Indian Garden Campground, a 5 mile walk. A side hike to Plateau Point for amazing 360 views of the sunset will not disappoint! On day three we hike the remaining 4.5 miles up to the South Rim.
Our Classic Hike to the River is an all inclusive trip. We provide all permits and fees, a certified wilderness guide, all gear, all meals and snacks, and transportation to and from our designated pickup locations.
I have been guiding in the state of Arizona for 10 years! All of my stops are hand picked for their uniqueness to the state. The tours I offer are not offered by any other tour agency. The haunted pub tour and historic saloon tours are one of kind tours that allows you the guest to enjoy a beverage of your choosing while taking in the interesting sites and stories of Arizona's past.
A bucket list tour for all serious hikers is to hike from rim to rim within the Grand Canyon. The variety within the Canyon is overwhelming and cannot be felt from the rim. The land forms, the colors, the spectacular vistas, that first sighting of the Colorado – every switchback along the trail is its own visual and sensual adventure. You get a full layover day at the bottom to soak in the greatness of the area and rest your body for the ascent. Our experienced guides will provide the right mix of encouragement and support to help you go beyond your expectations.
Paddle past towering rock walls and through exhilarating Class III “wet & fun” and Class IV “big drop” rapids in this magnificent 2,000-foot deep canyon. Challenge 2 days and 1 night of white water rafting and camping on the Salt River. Enjoy comfortable camping with guide-prepared meals, comfortable camping rentals and a relaxing, fun night under the stars. Let us take care of the details so you can get out into the wilderness and experience Arizona’s best-kept secret!
When was the last time you saw the stars on a campout? Combine your Salt River rafting trip with a fun night of camping in our established camp. Hike, fish and relax around the campfire to top off your Arizona whitewater rafting in the Salt River Canyon. A great way to relax after a fun day of rafting! Warning: you may not want to leave in the morning!
Dying to Ride Tours is a unique guided motorcycle touring company with personalized custom designed tour packages. It all starts with you – you pick the dates, you pick the destinations. Together Dying to Ride will help you design a unique guided motorcycle tour package for you and your group only. After you and Dying To Ride design your tour to fit your needs and budget Dying to Ride will make all the necessary arrangements. Just show up with a smile on your face and be ready to go on a motorcycle tour only you could have dreamed.
Raft through wild rapids and sleep under the stars on this 3-day rafting trip of the Salt River Canyon. Guides provide instruction that helps you safely navigate runs, plus personalized attention thanks to small groups of just 11 people or fewer. All meals are included as per itinerary with dietary concerns met upon request, and rental camping gear is available to ensure a hassle-free trip.