The Grand Canyon has so many sights and colors, and this two day trip gives you time to see them all. From the brilliant red sandstone country of Sedona, to a visit to the Painted Desert and an authentic Navajo Reservation, you'll love every minute.
- 2-Day Grand Canyon Tour from Phoenix
- Guided tour to the dramatic red rock country of Sedona
- Journey along the East Rim to some spectacular viewpoints
- Visit to an authentic trading post on the Navajo Reservation for shopping
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What You Can Expect
Explore the Grand Canyon on this overnight tour which includes Sedona, the Painted desert and a visit to an authentic trading post on the Navajo Reservation for shopping.
This tour offers a perfect way for a visitor to spend extra time at the Grand Canyon. The overnight tour begins with a visit to the dramatic red rock country of Sedona where your guide will point out some of the scenic highlights and includes a stop for coffee and photos. Then travel to the Navajo Indian Reservation to visit a local trading post with a great selection of traditional and local art. After arriving at the Grand Canyon, tour the East Rim drive for stops at dramatic viewpoints. Then enjoy time in the Grand Canyon Village area for views or a nature walk before checking into your local accommodations.
Your morning is free to take an optional helicopter tour or see the Imax Theatre presentation. Enjoy a walk along the rim or take the West Rim tram (seasonal) to other scenic viewpoints. You will return to Phoenix in the evening.
Overnight accommodations will be made at either the Yavapai Lodge, Maswik Lodge or Bright Angel Lodge subject to availability.
Please note: The price displayed is based on 4 people in a single reservation. If you require separate rooms you must make separate reservations. There is a maximum of 4 people per room.
Excellent tour of the Grand Canyon!
I highly recommend this Tour! I chose this tour because I wanted to see the Sedona Red Rocks, the Navajo Reservation, and the Grand Canyon. I was picked up at my hotel in Phoenix. The morning of, the driver called me on my cell phone to let me that he was on his way and the exact time (down to the minute) that he was going to be at my hotel. I found that to be very helpful and courteous. On the drive through the desert to the Sedona Red Rocks via the scenic route, the tour guide was highly informative and friendly. I learned a lot about both the city of Phoenix and the surrounding desert. We viewed the beautiful Sedona Red Rocks (= mountains that look like red rock formations) from the bus windows. We stopped for 30 minutes at the Sedona Red Rocks "tourist strip", a one block street of touristy shops. (If you want to spend a lot of time in Sedona, this tour is not for you. If I ever go back to Phoenix, I will take an all-day tour of Sedona from the same tour company. Or I will take a shuttle to Sedona and stay at a local hotel with a beautiful view of the Red Rocks. A friend of mine who took the 3-hour Sedona Jeep ride told me it was very hot and bumpy; and not the tour for me. To be truthful, I would rather see them from a tour bus). While at Sedona, a couple on the same tour bus as me took the time to purchase food that they said was just ok. In other words, don’t waste valuable time at Sedona purchasing food!! Our stop at the "Navajo Reservation" was a 30-minute stop at an over-priced store selling native items that is not even owned by a Navajo!! (The store employs many Navajo, so I was happy to purchase items there). We had to take valuable time (out of our 30-minute stop) to order our Take-Out food and wait in line to pick up the food. It’s not native food, so I don’t recommend wasting the time – bring food on this tour if possible. (ie. Buy a sandwich to go at Denny’s. You are allowed to eat food on the bus). Then we drove to the Grand Canyon. We st