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Las Vegas & the Canyons

Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon NP, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Monument Valley, Utah's Mighty 5 & Las Vegas

Drive from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon, and then beyond to visit Monument Valley and Utah’s epic Mighty 5 National Parks.

You’ll explore some of America’s most staggering desert scenery along the way. Start by witnessing the sunrise over the Grand Canyon and finish the road trip watching the sunset over Las Vegas as the lights turn on to reveal Las Vegas! This is the perfect road trip for nature lovers who like a little luxury living too.

PRICES FROM JUST £1699 pp

Las Vegas & the Canyons 14 nights

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.

We especially loved the amazing drive from Las Vegas to The Grand Canyon

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Land in Vegas

Day 1

Land in Las Vegas, and take the short drive to Boulder City

Collect your car and head out of Las Vegas on the 30-minute drive to Boulder City and the Hoover Dam. Don't worry, you'll be back in Vegas before too long once your body clock has adjusted to local time. This way you'll be able to enjoy the amazing nightlife that Vegas is famous for, whilst you’ll also get to enjoy epic sunrises with ease at the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley in the first few days of the road trip.

  • Key location: Hoover Dam
  • Boulder City
  • 25 Miles

Hello Grand Canyon!!!

Day 2

The awe-inspiring Grand Canyon

The worlds biggest hole is an awe-inspiring natural wonder that is hard to get your head around when you first arrive. Two billion years in the making, the Colorado river has forged a mile deep, 18 mile wide and 277 mile long gauge into Arizona. The South Rim is the most popular area to visit, as it’s open year-round due to its lower elevation. If you’re visiting in the summer months however then we recommend the quieter North Rim over the larger and busier South Rim area.

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

Lake Powell

Day 3

Drive to Lake Powell, via Horseshoe Bend

Arizona is blessed with many natural wonders, and the area around Page is blessed with more than a few. Lake Powell, for instance, is a 186 mile stretch of water encircling beautiful rock formations, sandstone cliffs and even beaches. Lake Powell differs from the areas other wonders in that it’s man-made, consider taking a boat trip or renting a kayak to explore the waterways. After dinner, head over to arguably America's best free attraction - a sunset at Horseshoe Bend is an awesome experience that you’ll never forget.

  • Key location: Horseshoe Bend
  • Lake Powell
  • 140 Miles

Antelope Canyon

Day 4

Explore Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon

Just east of Page on Native American land lies Antelope Canyon. It’s the most-visited slot canyon in the American Southwest. Antelope Canyon includes two separate slot canyon sections, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon or The Crack; and Lower Antelope Canyon or The Corkscrew. Make sure your camera or phone has plenty of room for photos - this is one of the most photographed places in all the Southwest.

  • Key location: Antelope Canyon
  • Lake Powell

Monument Valley

Day 5

One of America’s best drive awaits today

Today you’ll cross the Arizona / Utah state-line, passing through the magnificent Monument Valley along the way. Stay the night in a cabin overlooking the majestic 3 Mittens, made famous in many a Cowboy film, rising early to watch the sunrise from behind them.

  • Key location: Monument Valley
  • Monument Valley
  • 125 Miles

Arches National Park

Day 6

Today you'll explore Arches National Park

Visit Arches to discover a landscape of contrasting colours, landforms and textures unlike any other in the world. This National Park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks. This red-rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations which can be enjoyed along numerous short trails.

  • Key location: Arches National Park
  • Moab
  • 150 Miles

Canyonlands National Park

Day 7

Discover the trails of Canyonlands National Park

Utah is blessed with more than its fair share of National Parks, and Canyonlands is the biggest of them all. A colourful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado and the Green Rivers. The Park is explored by hikers, mountain bikers and 4 wheelers all enjoying the rugged and remote trails.

  • Key location: Canyonlands National Park
  • Moab

Capitol Reef National Park

Day 8

Next up… Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park is the lest well known Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks, however that doesn’t mean that it’s not well worth a visit. Colourful sandstone cliffs and huge monoliths lie beneath striking blue skies - Simply gorgeous.

  • Key location: Capitol Reef NP
  • Capitol Reef NP
  • 145 Miles

Bryce Canyon NP

Day 9

Onto beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is famous for its unique geology consisting 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 Canyon NP
  • Bryce Canyon NP
  • 125 Miles

Zion Valley

Day 10

Visit Zion National Park - Heaven on Earth

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 of our very favourite destinations. Once visited, you’ll crave to return.

  • Key location: Zion NP
  • Zion NP
  • 85 Miles

Zion's epic views

Day 11

Explore more of Zion’s natural beauty

Another day to explore the epic trails that explore Zion’s most scenic areas. The brave amongst you might tackle Angels Landing, this trail culminates at a lofty perch, boasting magnificent 360-degree views over the valley lying far below. The braver still might walk The Narrows, which takes you up a riverbed, often knee-deep in water. The more relaxed amongst you can opt to take a slow pony trek instead - don’t worry, we won’t judge.

  • Key location: Zion NP
  • Zion NP

Fun on the Vegas Strip

Day 12

Vegas Baby!

Today you’ll leave the southwest’s National Parks begins and head back for the bright lights of Las Vegas. Your personalised Road Trip Pack will advise you to take in one last area of outstanding beauty along the way. Valley of Fire State Park offers a super scenic loop drive off the I-15 interstate, so if you can cope with any more beautiful landscapes then this is well worth a detour on your way to Las Vegas.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Las Vegas
  • 165 Miles

Fountains at the Bellagio

Day 13

Wake up to Vegas fun

Wake up in the luxury of Las Vegas, the contrast with the last 10 days or so might take some adjusting to. It’s glitzy, it’s tacky and it’s wrong on so many levels... but, we love it! Firstly, it’s unique, and secondly, it’s hedonism at its finest. First-class hotels, cuisine and entertainment in the middle on a desert landscape miles from anywhere. Oh, and if you like a gamble then this is the place to be.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Las Vegas

and relax...

Day 14

Another day in lively Las Vegas

Your second full day in Vegas. If your head hurts from the night before, then chill by one of the giant pools that adorn every hotel. If not, then walk the legendary Strip, book tickets to one of the legendary shows or shop till you drop - the choice is yours. As for food, we recommend visiting one of the mega buffets that are available in most hotels. Just make sure you are hungry when you go, you won’t need to eat again for a week! The following day you’ll fly home, we usually try to book a late flight back to give you more time to relax and so you can sleep during the flight home.

  • Key location: Las Vegas
  • Las Vegas

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