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Escape Las Vegas for the natural beauty of the American Southwest on this 3-day, 2-night excursion set among the incredible national parks and desert landscapes that populate the region. Check out the sublime rock formations of Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks before heading to the Grand Canyon, where you can soar above the the South Rim during an optional helicopter flight. Then visit Monument Valley for a Jeep tour led by a Navajo guide. This outdoor adventure includes transport by air-conditioned minibus, choice of camping or lodging accommodations, camping equipment, park entrance fees and Jeep tour.

Highlights

  • 3-day Southwest camping trip to Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon
  • Gaze at the sandstone walls of Zion and see the famous 'hoodoos' in Bryce Canyon
  • Take a Navajo-guided Jeep tour through the quintessential landscapes of Monument Valley
  • Opt for a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon South Rim or a visit to Antelope Canyon
  • Camping equipment, meals per itinerary and minibus transport from Las Vegas included
  • Upgrade to comfortable lodging accommodations
  • Small-group tour limited to 14 people to ensure more personalized attention from a professional guide

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Swap the casinos of Las Vegas for the deserts of the American Southwest, including three notable national parks plus Monument Valley — famous as a scenic backdrop used in the filming of many Westerns.

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What You Can Expect

3-Day National Parks Camping Tour: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley and Grand Canyon from Las Vegas

Bryce Canyon

Discover the stark beauty and incredible geology of the American Southwest during this 3-day, 2-night excursion to some of the region’s most beautiful natural sights and parks. Anyone looking to spend some time away from the neon lights of Las Vegas will enjoy this trip in the great outdoors, including an optional chance to camp under the stars.

Depart from Las Vegas on day one, heading to Zion National Park by minibus. Spend your time in Zion at your leisure, enjoying a range of hikes suitable for all fitness levels, such as the Emerald Pools Trail or Great White Throne. In the afternoon, continue on to Bryce Canyon, a park famous for its “hoodoo” rock formations, and enjoy a barbecue dinner before spending the night at the campground or lodging option of your choice.

Start day two with an optional chance to explore Antelope Canyon (at your own expense) before continuing to Monument Valley. A member of the Navajo tribe that populates the area will take you on a Jeep tour to explore this iconic area. Finish the day at your campsite or lodging. On day three you’ll head to the world-famous Grand Canyon, choosing to enjoy a hike, take a break at the rim-side café or upgrade for an incredible helicopter ride above the canyon’s South Rim. Head back to Las Vegas in the evening. 

A full rundown of each day’s itinerary is outlined below.

Itinerary

Day 1: Las Vegas – Zion National Park & Bryce Canyon (L)
After departing Las Vegas, travel by air-conditioned minibus to Zion National Park, a dazzling mix of white, pink and red Navajo sandstone cliffs that make for a photographer’s paradise. Experience the beauty of Zion Canyon however you’d like during free time in the park. Go on a walk or hike, available for every fitness level. Stroll along the Emerald Pools trail, discover the Temple of Sinawava, the Great White Throne or Weeping Rock, or visit the interpretive Human History Museum where you can enjoy an entertaining ranger’s talk on the patio.

After a full afternoon in Zion you'll head to Bryce Canyon, a natural amphitheater created by erosion along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce Canyon is famous for its hoodoos, or dramatic red spires. Take a walk down into the hoodoos for an unforgettable experience.

Enjoy a barbecue dinner (own expense) and a fun evening with new friends.

Overnight: KOA Cannonville or Ruby's campground Utah;
Bryce Valley Inn if lodging option is selected

Day 2: Bryce Canyon – Monument Valley (B, L)
Wake up to a beautiful Southwest morning and enjoy the drive to Lake Powell for an optional visit to Antelope Canyon (own expense) before traveling to one of the most recognizable locations on the planet: Monument Valley, home to the Navajo Nation. A Navajo member will take you on a guided Jeep tour of the valley before you spend the night at your campsite gazing up at the amazing starry sky, which come morning will be transformed by the magnificent sunrise.

Overnight: Goulding's Campground in Monument Valley or Monument Valley houses/apartments with private bathrooms

Day 3: Monument Valley – Grand Canyon National Park – Las Vegas (B*, L)
If camping option was selected, a light breakfast is included; if you stayed overnight at the lodge, breakfast may be purchased at the hotel's cafe.

Save the best for last on Day 3! After a brief visit to a traditional Navajo trading post, follow the Colorado River through the Painted Desert to Grand Canyon National Park. Again, see the park as you’d like. Walk along the South Rim, hike deep into the canyon, relax at a rim-side cafe or take in bird’s-eye views on an optional helicopter ride (own expense).

Then head back to Las Vegas, where your 3-day adventure concludes in the late evening.

Customer Reviews

Ross W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Once again thrilled with viator.brilliant trip.extremelely knowleagable tour leader..long days which maximised what we saw.added xtras.can add antelope canyon very cheap.ansolute highlight.worth every cent!

Erin B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

I felt like I was on the Amazing Race, visiting many locations in a short period of time yet, getting to take full advantage of all that was offered. It was AMAZING for sure! Mike Brown was a phenomenal guide and had a plethora of information and knowledge to share with us. ALL the locations visited were gorgeous and I will definitely be going back to all of them to get in some more hiking!

Nicky

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Fantastic tour. We saw and learned a lot about the Wild-West. Our guide Mike did a fine job! Thanks :

Penny R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Awesome trip! Our guide Joe was great and the trip was very well organized. Beautiful sights. I especially enjoyed the sunrise at Monument Valley!

Justina South Korea

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

If anyone doubting about purchasing this trip, I want to say please don't! This trip was amazing. It was just suitable for a person like me A. who has never been camping before B. who travel alone C. who doesn't drive and D. wants to meet new people while travelling new places. The tour was simple, safe and convenient. Our tour guide Mandy was really professional and did not panic although the weather was pretty wacky throughout the tour. Tents were really clean, easy to set up and down even for a person like me who had never touched tent before the meals were good. I would recommend you to pack a little bit of snack or buy at the stores since you will get really hungry during the hiking Bathroom and shower were really clean. The best part would be the camping at the Monument valley. Although I could not see the sunrise due to rain, I hope you will be able to see that.

Natasa S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

There are no words do describe this tour! Just book it - you won't regret! Thanks to our tour guide Mike we got all the information, facts and quotes about all the places we visited in this 3 days. It was a great experience. Just do it - do it - DO IT!

internationalparty

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

The most amazing solo trip I have taken in years. Although there is alot of driving from place to place, once you are there, it is hard to explain how amazing it is to just look at the gorgeous canyons and valleys. It was very cold sleeping in tents at night my trip was early May, but that's part of the experience and well worth the view when you wake up in the morning overlooking Monument Valley.

I wish every national park had the option of camping for multiple days. I would HIGHLY Recommend this for individuals who are solo travellers or can't get anyone to go have an adventure with them. The individuals I met also solo adventure travellers are awesomely cool people from all over the world.

Two pieces of advice:
-Don't plan on getting much sleep. You will be too busy enjoying nature for as long as possible.
-Forget using a cellphone, your phone will either die from taking pictures or from lack of signal.

Davina J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

I really enjoyed this tour! You visit some fantastic locations in a small group we had about 10 people. I chose camping, which was fine. The tents are high quality and we were supplied 2 sleeping bags each it gets cold at night. The food included was fairly basic, just sandwiches, fruit and packets of crisps for lunch and cereals for breakfast, though the Navajo food truck in Monument Valley was fairly good. Charge your camera batteries beforehand as there are limited options for charging devices while camping. Our tour guide Mike was terrific and willing to help whenever he could, even providing a charging strip in the minivan at one point. There were also local guides around some of the sites i.e. Navajo guides through Monument Valley and Antelope Canyon. All the places we visited were great and the tour was reasonably well timed - not to short or too long a time in any one place. If you are just thinking of visiting the Grand Canyon, do this instead. All the locations were amazing - it would be such a loss to go to Vegas or the Grand Canyon and miss the rest!

Fumiaki K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

it's so amazing that we could enjoy such national parks in only 3-Days!
The tour guide provided us the essence of the parks and so on according to their professional experiences and knowledge.

Wijeyasingam S Sri Lanka

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

It was a once in a lifetime tour for us. Tour was fantastic in all the aspects including organization, choice of accommodation and places of interest. Our guide Jennie was very knowledgeable and had all the qualities of a tour leader. Fully worth for what we spent.
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