Explore Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend on this guided day trip from Flagstaff. Meet up your Navajo guide and begin to descend into the canyon, the rays of sunlight make for beautiful photos. Later, take a short hike to Horseshoe Bend, where the Colorado River snakes and bends and twists. It's one of the most dramatic spans of the entire river. A picnic lunch at Glen Canyon Dam is included.
Journey across the Northern Arizona countryside on a full-day journey aboard the Grand Canyon Railway. Hear folklore and stories from the crew and witness authentic characters and musicians who bring the Old West to life on this scenic adventure. Arrive at Grand Canyon Depot and choose from a variety of activities, including a narrated motor coach tour of Grand Canyon National Park. Upgrade to include first class seats and a buffet lunch at the Maswick Lodge at the Grand Canyon.
Take a trip out to the Grand Canyon from aboard a vintage train with this full-day package. You'll travel through beautiful plains and canyons, enjoying live entertainment, including musicians and a Wild West shoot-out reenactment. You'll have the option to choose from coach seats or pay a little extra for a first-class seat with an optional lunch.
Explore Grand Canyon National Park and the canyon's South Rim on this full-day tour from Flagstaff. While you travel, listen to engaging commentary from your guide, take in the scenery, and keep watch for mule deer and California condors. Walk a bit of the Rim Trail for up-close views of the natural rock formations. Midday, stop for lunch at a local Navajo country restaurant that serves Mexican, American, and Navajo dishes. Entrance fees and round-trip hotel transportation included.
Spend an afternoon immersed in the Flagstaff terrain, and push yourself beyond your boundaries. Get a full afternoon at Flagstaff Extreme in Fort Tuthill County Park, which features progressively challenging adventure courses through the trees. This unique, physical, outdoor experience assures your family or friend group an exhilarating, safe, and high-flying time.
Explore Flagstaff’s haunted history on this walking tour. Eccentric guides will show guests a side of this town seldom seen before. Learn about the robberies, murders, and suicides that rocked this town to it’s core.
Flagstaff was once a sleepy railroad settlement at the base of Mount Humphries. How did it survive to become a town with ghosts rather than a ghost town? Colorful characters from the town’s past and the buildings they labored to create are the subject of amusing anecdotes and ghostly tales in historic downtown. The 1926 train depot and Hotel Monte Vista are not only of historic note–both buildings are known as supernatural hotspots. The sad tragic story of Marie Walkup and her murdered children is set in 1930s Flagstaff and is a chilling reminder of life’s uncertainties. Don’t let that overshadow the mischievous and curious spirits whose stories are shared!
On this tour, due to the length of stories and number of stops, we will not be entering any historic haunts.
Take in the views of Arizona's Verde Valley on horseback during this fun excursion. Join a small group and enjoy a relaxing ride through the mountains on your noble steed. Get a feel for the Old West as you pass by western facades and ranches filled with horses, cows, sheep, and goats. Then, head back to the ranch where you can dismount and feed the horses treats.
Add a thrilling outdoor adventure to any Las Vegas or Flagstaff vacation with this guided whitewater rafting trip down the Colorado River. Take a road trip to Peach Springs, Arizona, home of the Hualapai Indians at the gateway to the Grand Canyon. Then, challenge the mighty Colorado River’s varied rapids on a 40-mile (64-kilometer) journey through the canyon, taking a side hike to a travertine waterfall along the way. Boxed lunch is included, and an optional hotel pickup and drop-off is available to purchase.
The Grand Canyon is one of the Natural World Wonders and for good reason. Discover the south rim of this stunning location on a full-day tour from Williams, Arizona. Alongside a small group, stop at several viewpoints and learn about the history, geology, and ecology of the national park. You may even get the chance to see the California condor—America’s largest bird.
Arizona's Verde River is a National Wild and Scenic River, which means it's recognized nationally for its extreme beauty. Don't miss the chance to kayak down the river at your own pace, taking in the views as you go with this Verde River Inflatable Kayak Adventure from Camp Verde. A single inflatable kayak lets you keep your distance from others, while getting the group-like experience as you float along with other kayakers.
Explore the Grand Canyon and other top attractions on a full-day tour from Flagstaff. Visit Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Wupatki National Monument, and the Cameron Trading Post to learn about Arizona's Native American tribes and natural history. Continue to the Grand Canyon and soak in its majestic beauty from several lookout points on the South Rim. Includes lunch, bottled water, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
There's no need to rent a car with this convenient Las Vegas and Grand Canyon National Park South Rim Shuttle Service that runs from Las Vegas to Williams, Arizona, to Tusayan, Arizona, and then to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. This service is likely to book out, so booking in advance guarantees your seat on the shuttle on the day of your preference.
Spend a day exploring the Grand Canyon's Inner Gorge on a full-day excursion from Flagstaff—ideal for travelers of all ages and physical conditions. With this tour, save time searching for parking or waiting in the visitor center’s long lines, and journey 5,000 feet (1,524 meters) to the bottom of the canyon in an air-conditioned, off-road vehicle. This leaves just enough time for lunch at the river’s edge.
As you zip over a desert landscape populated by lions, giraffes, and zebras, you might find it difficult to believe that you’re in Arizona on this adventure tour at Out of Africa Wildlife Park. Ride a series of thrilling single and triple ziplines through the park, home to a large population of Africa-native animals, and watch from a bird's eye view as these incredible animals interact with their semi-wild environment.
With admission to Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde, enjoy a day of spotting African animals in spacious, natural-style habitats. This entry ticket includes access to the African Bush Safari, as well as all shows taking place the day of your visit. Through these activities, along with tours, walks, and observations, the wildlife park strives to both entertain and educate the public about animals, some of whom border on extinction.
Antelope Canyon — a narrow slot canyon carved to stunning perfection throughout the millennia — is a sight to behold. Photo opportunities abound as soft hues illuminate the twisting sandstone cliffs. See this renowned beauty of the American Southwest on a day trip from Flagstaff, with stops at the Cameron Trading Post and Horseshoe Bend. Boxed lunch included.
Make the most out of your time at the Grand Canyon by taking this full-day small-group hiking tour from Flagstaff. Get picked up at your Flagstaff hotel and then journey to this natural wonder of the world. Once there, travel along the rim of the Grand Canyon as the guide explains the geology of the area. Have lunch at incredible Native-American ruins and do an optional stop at an old Navajo trading post.
You’ve seen the vistas on your TV’s screensaver, and now it’s time to see them in person. On this tour, you’ll not only get time in the ultra-scenic Antelope Canyon—the most-photographed slot canyon in the world—but you’ll also get to see the famous Horseshoe Bend and the Glen Canyon dam.
Flagstaff is best known as the gateway to the San Francisco Peaks mountain range and the Grand Canyon, but it’s worth spending some time exploring the historic town too. On this tour, discover Flagstaff’s small-town charms on a guided tour and choose from a variety of options. Join a walking tour and enjoy extra time to browse the shops and take photos; explore further on a leisurely bike tour; or zip between the sights on a Segway.
This is Flagstaff’s premier Adults Only Ghost Tour, taking you on a historic path through some of the City of Seven Wonder’s most notorious paranormal activity. From the life and death of America’s iconic Route 66 to some of the most haunted rail-side hotels to grace this side of the Mississippi, you’ll need the backbone of a lumberjack if you want to experience these sordid tales from the past–let alone walk the blood-stained streets of Downtown Flagstaff.
Explore the mystical ‘energies’ of the city of Sedona during this sightseeing day trip from Flagstaff. Pass through the scenic Oak Creek Canyon before spending a few hours learning about the town’s supposed ‘vortex’ sites. You’ll have the afternoon to explore the numerous art galleries and lunch options at your own pace.
This is darker than our standard tour. Feel the presence of the pioneers and the town’s forefathers (and mothers!) as you walk the sidewalks of historic downtown. Chill to tales of ghostly spectors, murderous villains and past tragedies, all told by an eccentric and ethereal guide. Flagstaff, Arizona was once a sleepy little railroad settlement at the base of Mount Humphries. It managed to survive and thrive and today is a town with ghosts, rather than a ghost town. Meet John Weatherford, eccentric builder of both the Orpheum Theatre and iconic Weatherford Hotel. Smile at kindly Dr. Raymond, beloved town physician, who built his home and offices on Leroux St. The 1926 train depot and Hotel Monte Vista are not only of historic note–both buildings are known as supernatural hotspots. Shiver at the tragic story of Marie Walkup and her murdered children that occcured during the town’s 1937 hey-day. And shake your head at the 1988 trial in which the Skin Walker defense prevailed.
Enjoy the scenery, history, and culture of Flagstaff, Arizona on a guided e-bike tour. Meet in Flagstaff's historic downtown and ride along the Urban Trail System while learning about the city from a local guide. On the way you'll encounter Buffalo Park, Nate Avery Trail Pioneer Museum, and Navajo Nation lands. This tour can accommodate a minimum of 2 riders and a maximum of 8. Over 8 riders is by special request.
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