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- Los Angeles – Anaheim – Palm Springs, CA
- Day: 2
- 147 miles | 236.523 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Palm Springs Travelodge or similar
This morning, pick up your rental car and make your way south to Anaheim, Orange County’s headquarters for fun. Spend the day surrounded by icons and classic characters at the original Disneyland Park. Visit the nation’s oldest theme park, Knott’s Berry Farm, filled with old west history and thrill rides, or one of Anaheim’s many other fun-filled attractions (admissions not included) before continuing east to Palm Springs. This ultimate desert playground nestled at the base of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains offers the perfect blend of outdoor entertainment and casual relaxation. Take time this evening to dine in one of the many excellent restaurants in downtown Palm Springs or escape the heat and ride the aerial tramway high up above the desert floor for panoramic views of the Coachella Valley.
(STD) Palm Springs Travelodge or similar
- Palm Springs – Joshua Tree National Park – Laughlin, NV
- Day: 3
- 260 miles | 418.34 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) The Aquarius Hotel and Casino or similar
This morning, set out east through the Coachella Valley to Joshua Tree National Park, a land shaped by strong winds, unpredictable torrents of rain, and climatic extremes. There are many excellent hiking trails that showcase the unexpected beauty of the desert. A favorite is the Hidden Valley Trail which takes you into an area rumored to have been used as a hideout by cattle rustlers. Continue to Needles and ultimately Laughlin, an oasis bordered by rugged desert and the Colorado River. From outdoor adventure on the Colorado River to indoor entertainment indulgences, Laughlin offers a wide variety of activities.
(STD) The Aquarius Hotel and Casino or similar
- Laughlin – Williams, AZ
- Day: 4
- 147 miles | 236.523 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Holiday Inn Williams or similar
Set out east today for Kingman where you will join Historic Route 66 and travel along the longest stretch that remains of this historic route to Seligman. Visit Grand Canyon Caverns, a natural limestone cavern 210 feet underground and the largest dry cavern in the U.S., before arriving in the picturesque mountain town of Williams, Gateway to the Grand Canyon. This evening enjoy the welcome of small town America.
(STD) Holiday Inn Williams or similar
- Williams – Grand Canyon National Park – Lake Powell/Page, AZ
- Day: 5
- 191 miles | 307.319 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Super 8 or similar
Today, head north to Grand Canyon National Park, a natural wonder that you simply have to see to believe. Spend the day discovering the distinct South Rim of the Canyon. Stop at one of the numerous overlooks, walk part of the Rim Trail or along historic Hermit Road, visit a Photo Hot Spot, or climb to the top of a stone Watchtower for panoramic views that extend over 100 miles on clear days. When you’ve had your fill, continue north through the Navajo Nation Indian Reservation and on to Lake Powell, a vast blue man-made lake surrounded by beautiful sandstone walls.
(STD) Super 8 or similar
- Page – Bryce Canyon National Park, UT..
- Day: 6
- 170 miles | 273.53 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Bryce View Lodge or similar
Cross the border into the Mormon State of Utah and see Bryce Canyon National Park, renowned for some of the earth’s most colorful erosion formations.
(STD) Bryce View Lodge or similar
- Bryce Canyon National Park – Zion National Park – Las Vegas, NV
- Day: 7
- 240 miles | 386.16 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Circus Circus or similar (2 nights)
Spend the morning exploring more of Bryce Canyon before heading west to Zion National Park. In Zion, Utah’s oldest national park known for its incredible canyons and spectacular views, you can follow the paths of ancient native people and gaze at massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red that soar into the bright blue sky. Consider challenging your courage in a slot canyon. Later today, continue west to Las Vegas, Nevada, a city that needs no introduction.
(STD) Circus Circus or similar (2 nights)
- Las Vegas
- Day: 8
- 0 miles | 0 Km*
Enjoy a full day Las Vegas style. Walk the famous Strip lined with mega-resorts and flashing neon lights, place a bet at one of the many casinos, dine at world-class restaurants, catch the latest must-see show, shop designer boutiques, ride a rollercoaster, lay by the pool … the list goes on. With so much to do, 24 hours in a day hardly seems like enough.
- Las Vegas – Death Valley National Park – Fresno, CA
- Day: 9
- 450 miles | 724.05 Km*
- Accommodations: Roadway Inn Fresno or similar
This morning take the opportunity to capture a photograph at the iconic Welcome to Las Vegas sign before your journey takes you west to the lowest elevation in North America, Death Valley National Park. Here, the Mojave is at its most magnificent with geological history on full display in this rugged, severe, sublime section of California. Continue through the Panamint Mountains, an immense range of twisted, sharply creased sedimentary rock, before heading north to Ridgecrest, Visalia and Fresno, California’s year-round playground.
Roadway Inn Fresno or similar
- Fresno – Yosemite National Park – San Francisco, CA
- Day: 10
- 152 miles | 244.568 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) The Good Hotel or similar (2 nights)
This morning, travel north into the High Sierra, home to Yosemite National Park. Best known for its impressive waterfalls, grand meadows, and spectacular rock formations, Yosemite was one of the first wilderness parks in the United States. Delve into the depths of the park with a walk to a waterfall, each as distinct as the granite cliffs they dive over, or learn about the wonders of the park during a ranger-guided stroll. With approximately 800 miles of trails, Yosemite is also a great place to hike. This afternoon, head west to Muir Woods National Monument, a remnant of ancient coast redwood forests, and on to San Francisco. Considered one the greatest cities in the world for many reasons, San Francisco offers one-of-a-kind sights and something to suit your every need.
(STD) The Good Hotel or similar (2 nights)
- San Francisco
- Day: 11
- 0 miles | 0 Km*
With 49 square miles of amazing sights, scenes and destinations, there’s always plenty to do in San Francisco. Spend a full day exploring the beloved City by the Bay’s neighborhoods including: Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Union Square, Nob Hill, the Embarcadero/Financial District, and Golden Gate Park. To experience something truly unique, walk along the railings of the Golden Gate Bridge or take a ride on an iconic Cable Car.
- San Francisco – Carmel/Monterey – Central Coast
- Day: 12
- 289 miles | 465.001 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Courtesy Inn or similar
This morning, head south for an exhilarating trip along 17-Mile Drive from Pacific Grove to Pebble Beach. Continue south along central California’s scenic Pacific Coast Highway. This twisting, cliff-hugging route starts in Monterey and takes you through the quaint village of Carmel-by-the-Sea and Big Sur, where mountains plunge into the Pacific Ocean. Farther south, the landscape mellows to oak-studded hills as the road continues to San Simeon, home to Hearst Castle.
(STD) Courtesy Inn or similar
- Central Coast – Solvag – Santa Barbara – Los Angeles
- Day: 13
- 250 miles | 402.25 Km*
- Accommodations: (STD) Custom Hotel or similar
Today, continue south passing through Pismo Beach and inland agricultural valleys of rolling countryside on your way to Solvang, the Danish Capital of America. Further south is Santa Barbara, often described as the American Riviera and the perfect spot to get out and discover the spirit of the West before arriving in Los Angeles.
(STD) Custom Hotel or similar
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