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Las Vegas & The Canyons

Zion NP, Bryce NP, Arches NP, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, Grand Canyon & Las Vegas

The stunning beauty of Utah & Arizona combined with the ultimate city break in Las Vegas. Explore some of America’s most staggering natural wonders like the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park, before swapping for high heels in party town Las Vegas!


Las Vegas & The Canyons 14 days

All of our American road trips can be tailored to meet your requirements. Do you have more or less than 14 days for your road trip? No problem, we can bolt on extra nights to allow more time to explore or shorten the number of destinations as required. Just let us know when requesting your quote.

Wow! Awesome natural wonders and Las Vegas


Land in Vegas

Day 1

Drive north towards Utah's natural wonders

Collect your car and head out of Las Vegas towards wonderful Utah and it’s natural world treasures. The drive shouldn't take more than a few hours but we can always add an extra night at an airport hotel to allow you to rest if you prefer.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Mesquite
  • 85 Miles

Stunning Zion valley

Day 2

Visit heaven on Earth - Zion National Park

Emerald pools, lush green trees, rust red canyon walls and crystal clear skies are all crammed into this narrow valley. This combination of colours is a visual delight and the park's trails offer many more. Zion National Park is one The American Road Trip Company’s favourite destinations.

  • Key location: Zion NP
  • Zion NP
  • 80 Miles

Zion's wonderful trails

Day 3

Explore more of Zion’s natural beauty

More time to wander the trails and take in the geological wonders of Zion National Park. You may want to try and tackle Angel's Landing trail, culminating at a lofty perch, boasting magnificent 360-degree views over the valley below. Alternatively, walk the famous 'Narrows' which are often knee deep in water. Tonight, enjoy a meal in the town of Springdale, with plenty of local options to choose from.

  • Key location: Zion NP
  • Zion NP

Bryce Canyon NP

Day 4

Onto stunning Bryce Canyon National Park

Travel to Bryce Canyon today. This National Park is famous for more unique geology made up of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheatres carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The erosional force of frost-wedging and the dissolving power of rainwater have shaped the colourful limestone rock into bizarre shapes, including slot canyons, windows, fins, and spires called "hoodoos".

  • Key location: Bryce NP
  • Bryce NP
  • 88 Miles

Sunset in Arches NP

Day 5

Explore Arches National Park next

Travel across the state to Moab today. The main highlight is Arches National Park, with its iconic red-rock landscape. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks. This really is a wonderland of geological proportions not found anywhere else in the world. Be sure to catch the sunset in the park if you can.

  • Key location: Moab
  • Arches NP
  • 286 Miles

Sunrise in Canyonlands NP

Day 6

Discover Canyonlands trails

Enjoy another day in Moab. You may want to relax or possibly take in yet another National Park. Canyonlands is Utah's biggest in size and is a colourful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado and the Green Rivers.

  • Key location: Moab
  • Canyonlands National Park
  • 40 Miles

Monument Valley at dusk

Day 7

Onto Natural Bridges National Park and Monument Valley

Heading south today you'll drive along one of the most scenic roads in Utah to the border of Arizona. On route make sure you stop at Dead Horse Shoe State Park and the town of Bluff for lunch. You'll eventually arrive at Monument Valley entering the Native American territory. Here you have one night to take in that incredible view.

  • Key location: Monument Valley
  • Monument Valley
  • 207 Miles

Hello Grand Canyon!!!

Day 8

The awe inspiring Grand Canyon

The worlds largest and most well known geological wonder is just staggering. Two billion years in the making, the Colorado River has forged a mile deep, 18 miles wide and 277-mile long gauge into Arizona. Following our routing, you'll stay at the North Rim which is quieter than the larger south rim but has fantastic views and is less touristy too.

  • Key location: Grand Canyon NP
  • Grand Canyon NP
  • 220 Miles

Antelope Canyon

Day 9

Drive to Page, via Antelope Canyon

Driving west from the Grand Canyon north rim to the east of Page is Antelope Canyon. The canyon includes two separate, photogenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon or The Crack; and Lower Antelope Canyon or The Corkscrew. Make sure your camera has plenty of room for photos - this is the most photographed slot canyon in the southwest of America.

  • Key location: Antelope Canyon
  • Page
  • 116 Miles

Explore Lake Powell

Day 10

A day exploring Lake Powell

Amongst the red-rock is a small oasis of water at Lake Powell. The lake encircles beautiful rock formations, sandstone cliffs and even beaches. Lake Powell differs from Utah’s other wonders in that it is man-made but this doesn’t detract from its beauty. The best way to see the lake is of course on the water itself. You can hire a boat or take a guided boat trip from the Lake Powell Marina.

  • Key location: Lake Powell
  • Page
  • 20 Miles

Fun on the Vegas Strip

Day 11

Viva Las Vegas

Drive west back to Las Vegas today. Along the way, you'll skim back in and out of Arizona and Utah. We recommend a stop at Pine Spring National Monument to learn more about the people who historic communities of settlers over the years that called this desolate part of the United States home. Arrive in Las Vegas for three nights to really unwind.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Las Vegas
  • 276 Miles

Gambling and much more...

Day 12

Wake up to Vegas fun

Wake up in the luxury of Las Vegas. With so many first-class hotels, cuisine and entertainment to chose from you'll have plenty to keep you busy. Alternatively, spend the day relaxing by the pool or maybe have a flutter in the casinos.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Las Vegas

Fountains at the Bellagio

Day 13

Another day in Sin City

Your second full day in Vegas. If your head hurts after a heavy night maybe take a walk along the legendary 'strip'. We can help you book tickets to one of the legendary shows or shop till you drop. For great value dining, we recommend visiting one of the many buffets available in the hotels. Just make sure you are hungry when you go, you won’t need to eat again for a week!

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Las Vegas

5 Star pools

Day 14

Relax by the pool before flying home

We usually try to book a late flight back to give you more time for fun and so you can sleep during the flight home. So, spend the morning at the pool or shopping before returning the car at the airport and taking your flight home.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Fly Home
  • 4 Miles

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