Monument Valley and Grand Canyon
This is a sample tour that you can book for your group with ALL ABOARD AMERICA!
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Weather in Page, Arizona
The springtime temperature averages in the mid 60’s for the high and in the mid 40’s for the lows. Please take a windbreaker or light sweater for the cooler weather in the evenings. Casual dress for this tour and please wear comfortable walking shoes.
Day 1: Sample
Depart time is around 9:30 AM and travel to Page, AZ, with a stop in Flagstaff for lunch (included). Our journey will continue to Page, where we will check in to our hotel for two nights. This full service hotel offers a restaurant, fitness center, and pool. This evening enjoy Dinner at a local restaurant of your choice for dinner (on own).
Day 2: Sample
This morning breakfast (included) is served at the hotel prior to departure. Today we’ll journey to Monument Valley, where we will explore the most iconic places. You will see the Mittens, John Ford’s Point, YeiBiiChel, and naturally formed Arches in comfortable open-air vehicles. This 2.5 hour tour will be narrated by a well-reviewed local Navajo guide. Today, we’ll be going through the restricted region of Lower Monument Valley discovering for yourself the untouched splendor of Navajo Land, Traverse the desert landscaping visiting the world’s largest Elephant Butte and the Three Sisters spires at John Ford’s Point. Later, divert into the back country and see up close the valley’s famous Big Chief Monument and Sleeping Dragon Rock. Further into the restricted area venture underneath Sun’s Eye arch, the valley’s second largest arch and find some of the valleys oldest Anasazi ruins, petroglyphs and pictographs. The sand dunes at Ear of the Wind arch and walk inside the Big Hogan, Monument Valley’s largest amphitheater. Lunch (included) will be at Goulding’s Lodge, after returning from our safari. Then we head over for an afternoon journey to a local hotel for an evening of relaxation. Dinner (on own) at the hotel or restaurant near-by.
Day 3: Sample
This morning breakfast (included) at the hotel prior to our departure. We will travel to the Grand Canyon via the scenic Route 180 to the South Rim. There will be plenty of time to view the magnificent canyon from different vantage points along the way. Lunch (included) will be at the Historic El Tovar Hotel. This Dining Room is constructed of native stone and Oregon pine. The murals on the walls reflect the customs of four Native American Tribes– the Hopi, the Apache, the Mojave and the Navajo. Though a casual elegance describes this world-class experience. The ambience is rustic, but classic and traditional. You can imagine the countless number of intriguing characters that have dined here in the past. Guests such as Teddy Roosevelt, President Bill Clinton and Sir Paul McCartney have dined and shared stories within these walls. Mid-afternoon we will make our way to the Little America, where we will check in to the hotel for the evening.
Day 4: Sample
Leisurely breakfast (included) at the hotel prior to departing for home. Our estimated arrival time home will be about 12:00 pm.