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AMAZING! A wonderful way to see these two places if you have never been or have some people with you who may not be up for trying to find your way or hiking. I went with my parents who are in their 70s and it was perfect. We saw and did a ton but it also gave us an idea of things we may want to do the next time we visit. All of our tour guides and drivers were friendly and very knowledgeable. I was extremely happy with this tour.
Excellent trip! Staying overnight in Sedona and staying overnight in the Grand Canyon were both the best ideas. The trip was easy, enjoyable well worth it.
Both Sedona and the Grand Canyon were awesome. Especially enjoyed the jeep tour in Sedona and seeing the sun set over the Grand Canyon at Yavapai Point. Everything went smoothly. Didn't really anticipate the hugeness of everything and therefore all the walking that was necessary. We had a great time. Thanx.
Outstanding tour. The guides were very knowledgable and went above and beyond what one could have reasonably expected. The whole trip went like clockwork. We had a wonderful time in Sedona and at the Grand Canyon.
The logistics worked very smoothly, even though my itinerary was complicated. The drivers were superb. They were informed, friendly, helpful, humorous, and really went the extra mile for everybody. Accommodations were comfortable. The experience of the desert region and Grand Canyon was magical. It could not have been better. I would go again.
We had a wonderful time on your Sedona/Grand Canyon Tour. Our accommodations were top notch and the tours were very good. All of your tour guides were well-informed and personable. Richard was our favorite guide, however. He seemed to encapsulate the spirit of the whole Sedona/ Grand Canyon experience in very special ways. He knew the best vistas and provided the most enjoyable experiences.
I will be sure to recommend your company to our friends!
This trip was rate as very good. They were late in most pickup times. The hotel in Sedona was a little out of the way because the shuttle stopped at 6:00 p.m. meaning you had to eat really, really early to get back to the hotel unless you hiked if or 1-1/2 miles. The hotel in the Grand Canyon was a little rustic but at least the bathroom was up-to-date. We would have preferred something a little more upscale and would have paid for it, but, then it was only for overnight. The drivers (we had 3) were all polite and informative). All in all, it was a good trip and I would recommend it with the few exceptions noted above.
This was a good tour with a small group and a friendly, reasonably knowledgeable guide. Enough time was allowed at major stops to fit in viewing, picture-taking and shopping. One minor glitch was handled well by the tour office. I recommend this tour.
The tour was amazing. However at one point we were left waiting at our hotel for and hour because a vehicle had broken down. We unsuccessfully tried to contact the company, however the company should have contacted us through the hotel to allay our fears of being left behind. Otherwise the tour was great.
If you want to just see the Grand Canyon this tour is fine. Unfortunately it is not long enough to do things like the mule ride into the canyon or the white water rafting etc and anything other than "looking" is not included in the tour. Would highly recommend the helicopter ride be included as an optional extra on the way so that once dumped in the park you are not forced into paying $20 each way plus tips to catch a taxi to the airport. Most people would probably do the flight and its one less thing to try and do yourself once in the park. (having said that the guide we had on day 2 was brilliant and actually rang and booked the helicopter and arranged passes back into the park for us which was appreciated).
The company needs to sort out its "luggage policy" as there were 4 of us international travellers on the tour who had to take their large suitcases with them because there are no storage facilities at the hotels we stayed at in Phoenix or Sedona. Luckily there were only 6 of us picked up on day 1 as our suitcases ended up sitting on seats in the cabin.
The tour drivers changed every day even though the driver we had on the first day came up to Sedona with a new group on the second day and we had another new driver on the 3rd day to bring us home. With the "tipping" requirements of the USA it was a little hard to justify tipping 3 different guides for 1 tour.