- 3-Day Sedona and Grand Canyon Rail Experience
- Travel through the beautiful Sonoran Desert to the red rock country of Sedona
- Board the historic Grand Canyon Railroad and enjoy the scenic beauty of Arizona's high country
- Stop for shopping at Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Indian Reservation
What You Can Expect
Step back in time as you travel to the Grand Canyon aboard the vintage Grand Canyon Railway, following the original path of this historic rail line.
Travel through the beautiful Sonoran Desert to the red rock country of Sedona for panoramic views and a rest stop. This area has long been known for its fantastic are galleries and wonderful scenery. After your first panoramic overlook, you'll have the afternoon free for browsing or an optional backcountry jeep tour.
Overnight: Sedona - Matterhorn Lodge
All aboard! Early this morning, travel to Williams and board the historic Grand Canyon Railroad for a journey through time. You'll enjoy the scenic beauty of Arizona's high country on your way to Grand Canyon National Park. Upon arrival at the Canyon, step up for your first breathtaking view of this Wonder of the World. You'll have free time to explore prior to checking into your local hotel.
Overnight: Grand Canyon - Best Western or Grand Hotel
This morning, relax at your hotel, take an optional helicopter flight, or enjoy the IMAX Theatre (additional cost). This afternoon, your guide will take you on a scenic rim tour for fabulous photo opportunities. Return to Phoenix mid to late evening.
This was a great tour, the drivers were knowledgable on the city and surrounding areas. We loved the Grand Canyon and the train ride. I would recommend this tour to others.
Fantastic. Well looked after from start to finish. Guides were extremely knowledgable
And interesting. Excellent balance of time to ourselves and organised activities. Didn't have to think about anything except to turn up at correct time at pickups. On the one occasion where we missed a train due to transport problems, everything was sorted out for us and we still got our train ride, plus an extra bonus hour at the Grand Canyon. Not sure how much background activity there was to sort this out, but we knew it would be sorted and remained relaxed. Only thing I would have appreciated guidance on was tipping.