Americas Canyon Country
- 14 days 13 nights
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Americas Canyon Country
- Los Angeles – Las Vegas, NV
- Day: 2
- 287 miles | 461.783 Km*
Pick up your car and begin your tour. First visit Calico, a western ghost town in the mountains of California, then continue through the desert to the entertainment oasis of Las Vegas.
Accommodation: (STD) Imperial Palace Hotel or similar. (SUP) Harrahs Hotel or similar
- Las Vegas – Zion National Park – Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
- Day: 3
- 260 miles | 418.34 Km*
This morning at 08:00 hours you will be met by your AmericanTours representative and provided with a welcome kit which includes driving instructions, vouchers, maps, and brochures of the places you are about to visit. Pick up your car and begin your tour. First visit Calico, a western ghost town in the mountains of California, then continue through the desert to the entertainment oasis of Las Vegas.
Accommodation: (STD) Bryce View Lodge or similar. (SUP) Best Western Ruby’s Inn or similar (2 nights)
- Bryce Canyon National Park – Arches National Park – Moab, UT.
- Day: 5
- 279 miles | 448.911 Km*
Early risers can catch the sunrise over Bryce Canyon before heading to Capitol Reef National Park, stopping by the Dead Horse Point on your way. Continue to Arches National Park, the world’s largest concentration of natural stone arches. Overnight in Moab.
Accommodation: (STD) River Canyon Lodge or similar. (SUP) Best Western Greenwell Inn or similar
- Moab – Canyonlands National Park – Mesa Verde National Park, CO.
- Day: 6
- 200 miles | 321.8 Km*
/ Explore the 525 square-mile maze of rock formations in stunning Canyonlands National Park. Stop by the unique Hovenweep National Monument before continuing on to Mesa Verde National Park, home of the Native American cliff dwellings.
Accommodation: (STD & SUP) Mesa Verde Inn or similar
- Mesa Verde – Monument Valley
- Day: 7
- 209 miles | 336.281 Km*
As you begin your drive, pass Four Corners National Monument, the only point in America common to four states. Cross Navajo Country on your way to Monument Valley, the rugged, redrocked Tribal Park that has been immortalized in countless western films. Accommodation: (STD) Holiday Inn Kayenta or similar. (SUP) Best Western Arizona Inn or similar
- Monument Valley – Page – Lake Powell, AZ
- Day: 8
- 126 miles | 202.734 Km*
You have the opportunity to explore the region this morning, perhaps visiting Goosenecks State Park and Mexican Hat. Then head to the crystalline blue waters of Lake Powell.
Accommodation: (STD) Super 8 Page or similar. (SUP) Holiday Inn Express or similar
- Page – Grand Canyon National Park, AZ.
- Day: 9
- 140 miles | 225.26 Km*
This morning we suggest an optional cruise to the Rainbow Bridge National Monument before driving on to the beautiful Kaibab NationalForest and the incredible Grand Canyon National Park. A stroll along the rim of this amazing canyon will take your breath away:
Accommodation: (STD) Yavapai Lodge West or similar (SUP) Holiday Inn Express or similar
- Grand Canyon National Park – Las Vegas, NV.
- Day: 10
- 276 miles | 444.084 Km*
Today’s drive is through Kingman, along a portion of historic Route 66, and takes you to one of the world’s greatest man-made structures: the Hoover Dam. Continue to Las Vegas, the glittering Entertainment Capital of the World.
Accommodation: (STD) Imperial Palace Hotel or similar. (SUP) Harrahs Hotel & Casino or similar
- Las Vegas – Death Valley National Park, CA.
- Day: 11
- 140 miles | 225.26 Km*
Depart for a drive across the Amargosa Desert to Death Valley National Park. At Zabriskie Point you can admire the panoramic view of the seemingly endless, unchanging valley. Continue to your hotel, a desert oasis complete with all the modern facilities of a resort. This is quite a change from less than 100 years ago when the pioneers in their covered wagons found Death Valley a most inhospitable region.
Accommodation: (STD) Stovepipe Wells Village or similar. (SUP) Furnace Creek Ranch or similar
- Death Valley – Tioga Pass** – Yosemite National Park, CA.
- Day: 12
- 326 miles | 524.534 Km*
Today offers a complete contrast in landscapes from the desolation of Death Valley as the drive takes you into the high Sierra Nevada Mountains via Bishop to the Tioga Pass and Yosemite, one of America’s most scenic national parks. Here among the pine trees cascade the silvery waters of Yosemite and Bridalveil Falls. Massive ice-shaped formations rise sharply from the valley floor in the sculptured beauty of El Capitan and Half Dome.
** From early november to late may, the tioga Pass may be closed due to weather or road conditions, in which case you will need to drive the southern route through Bakersfield and Fresno into the Yosemite area.
Accommodation: (STD) Shilo Inn Oakhurst or similar (SUP) Cedar Lodge Resort or similar
- Yosemite – San Francisco
- Day: 13
- 195 miles | 313.755 Km*
Take a drive across California’s fertile Central Valley to spectacular San Francisco: a city of many hills, cable cars, and a beautiful bay. San Francisco, the Pacific Gateway to America, is noted for Chinatown, the Japan Center, the Embarcadero, and the Fisherman’s Wharf. Other attractions are the Civic Center, the Cable Car Museum, the Zoo, the Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks observatory, Union Square, Ghirardelli Square, and Nob Hill’s stunning Victorian houses.
Accommodation: (STD) Best Western Americania or similar. (SUP) Holiday Inn Golden Gateway or similar
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