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We highly recommend this tour. Well organized, LOTS of sightseeing and learning along the way. Saya was an amazing tour guide.
This is a must do tour. All three canyons are amazing and so different. We had a great tour guide Manual and a very good driver Glen.Our stops were well timed. We had plenty of time to enjoy the scenery and take pictures. Plenty of rest stops, good hotels , and reasonably priced food stops.
We want to give this trip a five star rating. We covered a lot of miles in those three days and the parks are sites are breathtaking. We felt very safe with our driver, Jose, and enjoyed our Tour guide, Manuel, who was informative and humorous. We would travel with Viator again.
We my husband as well as my mother and his all give a 5 star for this tour! The bus and accommodations were comfortable and the parks absolutely worth the visit. Our driver, Robert, safely and comfortably drove us and Manual, our guide, was informative and entertaining. The bus stops were spaced just right and the length of time to visit at each stop was perfect. My husband and I will return to do some hiking and camping. The tour was great first experience and perfect for our mothers.
This was our first time visitng the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park. I can't think of a better way to see these beutiful and amazing places. It was wonderful to be on a tour that took care of everything. We were taken to the best views and given great information during the drive and at each destination. Our tour guide, Ingrid, knew so much about the area, as well as how to best meet our needs along the way. Great value for so very much!
When you're in Vegas for a week and want a change of pace this is an excellent tour to take. We booked prior to our holiday and arranged it so we returned to Vegas for our last night. Although we covered a 1000 miles in 3 days, visiting 3 states with early starts it didn't feel at all stressful or tiring. The tour's very well organised, with regular stops - the maximum travel without a stop was 2 hrs. In between we caught up on sleep if there was nothing of interest to see - the coach was comfortable with reclining seats and foot rests. We were lucky as there were only 17 of us and everyone was friendly and polite and adhered to the guides instructions.
Although I'd been to the Grand Canyon twice before, we went to a different viewpoint on the South Rim where a tiny glimpse of the Colorado was visible and the Canyon stretched out before us - it's true what they say - it has a presence you can feel as you gaze in awe. Because everyone was back on the coach when they were supposed to be, we were able to visit the Desert View Watchtower which, in my opinion, had an even better view. Our first night was spent in Flagstaff - the hotel was clean and comfortable but places to eat were sparse. When we returned to the room after eating at a Sizzler I saw that the room service menu was quite good and wished we'd ordered from there instead.
Next day we travelled to Lake Powell for a boat trip - it's so beautiful there. The trip took about an hour and there is an audio which you can listen to. We then went on to Bryce Canyon and walked down to the bottom of the Navajo Loop Trail which descends about 500 ft. I'd worried the climb back up may have been a bit strenuous, but because the path has many switchbacks, it was relatively easy we're 55 and 57. It helped that the tour timed it so that the sun was not beating down on us. The canyon was amazing full of hoodoo formations and with huge fir trees growing straight as a die. The second night we stayed in Kanab. I had already made a reservation for Sego the restaurant in the hotel next to ours having read the reviews and it didn't disappoint. We nearly came unstuck however. I'd reserved it for 8pm but didn't know that Utah is another hour ahead so it was a bit of a rush but we made it. There are quite a few other places to eat in Kanab. Next day we visited Zion, different again as the coach goes to the bottom of the canyon and 1000 ft cliffs tower above you. A shuttle bus takes you further than the coaches are allowed they stay at the Lodge car park and is a good way to see what hiking routes the canyon has to offer. It's also good if it's raining - we had driven through a thunderstorm. The weather cleared for us to walk around for a bit but it was too late to do a hike. We had a buffet lunch at an all you can eat place on the way back to Vegas can't remember the name of it. I didn't really fancy it, but it turned out to be good value and the food was pretty decent. During the tour we'd also stopped at a couple of Indian trading posts which were good for souvenirs/mementos.
It was obvious that a lot of thought had gone into the planning of this tour and we were really impressed - it left us with the desire to see more of the National Parks. Our guide, Manuel, was excellent as was the driver Joselito?.
Our guide Emanuele Mengotti was excellent. Our driver Chin was excellent as well. We highly recommend this trip as a great way to see some of the most beautiful spots in America. Thank YOU both for a memorable trip.
Great trip! This tour is a wonderful way to see three beautiful canyons in 3 days. Plenty of rest stops and good restaurant choices for lunch and dinner. Ingrid was great, and so was our driver, Leo. Highly recommend!!
This trip was fantastic. It was well planned and everything went well. The tour guides, Ingrid, Alicio and Chang driver were wonderful. I highly recommend this tour with Viator.
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