Se trata de un recorrido estacional tanto a Zion como al cañón Bryce (solo se realiza del 15 de mayo al 15 de octubre). Visite dos de los más hermosos parques de América del Norte en este excepcional recorrido de un día. Su tiempo, que se dividirá entre ambas atracciones. Cuando visite el Parque Nacional de Zion, podrá ver algunos de los paisajes más espectaculares del oeste de Estados Unidos, con picos y valles tan hermosos que le fascinarán. No se debe obviar el cañón Bryce, un parque completamente único con vistas como ningún otro parque nacional. El paisaje de este lugar es dura, inusual y vibrante. Asegúrese de llevar su cámara para aprovechar las oportunidades para hacer fotos más increíbles.
The canyons were very enjoyable.The tour company was prompt and everything was very well organized.The driver Leo was friendly and knowledgable.He made sure that things ran on time.Zion national park was amazing!!! I would highly recommend this tour.
Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks are stunning places to visit. This tour crams both areas into a single day out from Las Vegas. We were collected from our hotel New York New York at 0640 and returned around 2310 hours.
Bryce Canyon was visited first, a few photo stops provide awesome opportunities where totally unique and vast vistas await. Enough time was planned to appreciate the place, then it was on to Zion, where the immersive scale and variety of the rocks makes you feel very small. The light was fading in Zion, so we took a free shuttle around the area surrounding the lodge, where deer roam everywhere.
One star was knocked off this review because quite a bit of valuable time was wasted at potty and food stops and the morning transport shuttle, which could have been planned better and would have allowed earlier arrival at Zion. So glad we took a day to visit Utah, just be prepared for a long hot day.
Our guide Bill C from Sweetours was great. He gave us lots of information along the way. The actual trip was a long day but worth it the Bryce canyon was amazing we were able to spend a bit of time here to wander by ourselves. The Zion was good as well athough we didn't have alot of time here just stops for some photos at interest points, but would recommend this trip if you have done the Grand canyon it is worth seeing.
We were in a small party of 5 tourists with our friendly guide Brian, who drove us to Bryce Canyon in an MPV. Throughout the long drive, he kept us informed of the sights along the way, and when we arrived at Bryce Canyon we were able to opt for a walk between two of the viewpoints - Brian dropped us off at one and picked us up 2 miles away at another. The scenery is very different from the Grand Canyon, with weird rock columns sculpted by the wind. Around every corner there is another view to take a picture of.
We then drove to Zion National Park, which broke up the journey home nicely, and saw the interesting rock faces and erosion patterns - very different from Bryce Canyon.
Friendly tour guide. It's a very long day. The sights are amazing and we would have liked to had more time to enjoy both parks and especially Bryce. No stop at the Visitor's Centers so there's no opportunity for stamping your National Park Passport.
A second driver/guide is recommended. 15 hours is too long to expect one person to be alert and safely drive that long distance.
Too far and too much for one day.
My guide Gonzalo Lopez is excellent!!!!! 10/10 marks for him. He was very helpful, advising and guiding us all along. He is a very safe driver and I would do tours with him in the future as well. He took great care of us- please send my hello and shout out to Gonzalo Lopez, love you man!!- SS
The excursion was breathtakingly beautiful. We learn about the region and the areal that is called the staircase and to learn the rock was limestone. Byrce Canyon was breathtakingly beautiful and so was Zion National Park where you had volcanic rock and limestone and some of the rocks were bigger than some houses. To also see that trees and shurbs can survive in such a harsh environment gives me hope that all things are possible.