Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Zion National Park by Tour Trekker. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Debra, our guide, was very knowledgeable, full of fun and thorough. I really enjoyed everything considering I was jet-lagged. I would like to use your company again as I felt safe and comfortable.
Excellent tour, great tour guide, only thing could have been better was the weather.
We loved this trip, so relaxed and peaceful compared to the hustle & noise of Vegas. We went in January, so saw only a handful of people but had the pleasure of snow on the ground even though it was warm enough to picnic outside. We will return to Zion one day and spend a few days in the lodge, it really is a stunning place and matches the Grand Canyon for natural beauty.
Very nice tour guide. Lovely trip. I would recommend it and would do it again. Terrific customer service, and I'm in that business.
My mom and I loved our trip to Zion National Park! Our guide was fantastic, patient and full of information. The luxury SUV was clean, comfortable, and roomy. I would DEFINITELY recommend both this tour and Viator!
We went when there was a snow storm in the area. The settled snow added a different perspective to Zion. Great photo opportunities there. Sadly some parts were closed off because of the snow.
Great park. Great guide. Worth visiting
Only negative comment: The van in which we traveled was stuffy and hot for the most part (and this trip involved long hours of driving). It seems the air-conditioner was turned to low so people in the front of the jeep would not feel cold. Turns out people in the back of the jeep got baked with the 100F heat.
This was a great tour, but I don't think it was worth the full price. We probably could have managed the trip on our own since it was an easy drive and navigation through the park. That said, we did ride in style on the Tour Trekker and our guide was both friendly and knowledgeable.
Does the place has any history? I believe the guidetour should added to the tour.
Sadly I didn't get to go on this tour, because of the Government shutdown
The tour was due to be cancelled without enough people. In the end it went ahead. Comfortable Jeep and lovely scenery. The guide, however, was more interested in coming back to base than letting us see the beautiful park. Hassled to get back sooner than advertised.
We were very disappointed. We were taken to 3, only 3, stops where we were shown rocks, of which only one was identified. The others we were on our own. Our breakfast was a small orange juice with a Danish. Our sugar content was over the limit. Lunch was much better but we were limited to sitting on the bus or a rock. Our guide was minimal, informed us that the roads were closed, and we were on our own. He did tell us that he was stopping at an additional benefit to us: a local American Indian casino stop just to buy fireworks and alcohol. What a disappointment.
The scenery on this tour was amazing, well worth the travel time required to get to Zion National Park. There were lots of photo opportunities and walks to take at a number of different stops. Our tour guide/driver was very informative and we were impressed by the fact that even though there was only two of us the company still ran the tour.