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.
With Grand Canyon vacation packages like the Canyon Country trip by AAA Vacations, you will have the opportunity to take part in a number of experiences that will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
Through Arizona and Utah you can delve into the region’s Native American history during a chat with a local tribe member, shop in Sedona’s marketplace, travel through Kaibab National Forest, spend a night on the South Rim of the Magnificent Grand Canyon and luxuriate at the Lake Powell Resort.
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Whether you are booking with AAA Vacations or planning a trip on your own, the following places and experiences are considered tour highlights.
Begin in the colorful city of Scottsdale before dinner.
Scottsdale – Phoenix – Scottsdale
Delve into the region’s Native American history during a chat with a local tribe member. Learn about the various tribes of the area, their traditions, histories and modern-day life of Native Americans in Arizona. Next, enjoy a tour of Scottsdale and Phoenix. Highlights include downtown Phoenix, Camelback Mountain, Paradise Valley, Old Town Scottsdale and more.
Scottsdale – Sedona – Grand Canyon
Journey to stunning Sedona. Enjoy time to soak in the atmosphere as you span the colorful vistas while taking time to browse the arts and crafts shops in the marketplace. You will be awed by Oak Creek Canyon. Later, travel through the spectacular Kaibab National Forest before reaching the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon – Lake Powell
Explore the Grand Canyon. Behold the breathtaking views of the vast canyon with a drive along East Rim Drive. Later, a short drive brings you to Cameron Trading Post, a haven for travelers to see the wonder of the Grand Canyon and experience the Native American cultures of the Southwest.
Lake Powell – Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Or Canyon Cruise
Begin your day with an invigorating breakfast cruise along lovely Lake Powell. Perhaps you will travel through the territory of the Navajo nation and arrive in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, a sacred Navajo land featuring colorful sandstone spires that rise hundreds of feet from the valley floor. Enjoy a fascinating tour, narrated by one of the Navajo tribe members. Or maybe you’ll choose to take a canyon adventure cruise which passes by Glen Canyon and Antelope Canyon.
Lake Powell – Bryce Canyon National Park – Zion National Park
Travel to Bryce Canyon National Park, truly one of the most spectacular scenic wonders of the world. The formations within the park, called Hoodoos, are the creation of wind and water erosion over eons of time. Your final destination for the day is the red and white sandstone cliffs of Zion National Park.
Zion National Park – Las Vegas
Climb aboard Zion’s open-air tram to experience spectacular scenery as you wind alongside the Virgin River through the 2,400 foot deep, one-half-mile wide Zion Canyon. Later, leave nature’s beauty behind for one of the most exciting weekend or day trips from Grand Canyon – Las Vegas! A 2-night stay provides you plenty of time to enjoy the shows, the casinos and all the fun.
Today is yours to do as you please. Lounge by the pool, experience an amazing one-of-a-kind show, browse the world-renowned shops or try your luck in the casino. Or, perhaps explore the hotels on the strip with themes that capture your attention. The Las Vegas strip brings the world to you.
Grand Canyon vacation packages from AAA Vacations
AAA Vacations offers vacation options that fit your travel style. Choose guided or independent itineraries, let a local host show you the way or take AAA’s suggestions for ocean and river cruises. AAA members save even more.
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