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Grand Canyon and Sedona

Trip Information

Number of Nights: 6

Seasons: Year Round

Start / End: Las Vegas

Average Price: $3950

Detailed Itinerary

Start: Las Vegas, NV

Depart from Las Vegas and drive old Route 66 to the natural wonders of Northern Arizona. Learn more about Las Vegas.

Las Vegas to Kingman: 110 miles

1 Night in Kingman, Az

In Kingman, you will feel like you have stepped back in time as you visit the Bonelli House, the Route 66 Museum, and the nearby ghost towns. Learn more about Kingman.

Kingman to South Rim: 190 miles

2 Nights in Grand Canyon South Rim

From Kingman, you will drive almost 200 miles to take in the magnificent Grand Canyon. The South Rim of the Grand Canyon boasts two dozen viewpoints that demonstrate the depth of the canyon. You can experience the grandeur of the canyon via foot, train, or air. Learn more about the Grand Canyon South Rim.

South Rim to Sedona: 110 miles

3 Nights In Sedona

After taking thousands of pictures of the Grand Canyon, you will drive south, passing through the Coconino National Forest, to the trendy city of Sedona. Known as Red Rock Country, you will have a fantastic time hiking the more than one hundred trails, visiting the ancient Puebloan dwellings, and climbing an extinct volcano. Learn more about Sedona.

Sedona to Lake Mead: 250 miles

1 Night in Lake Mead

Before heading back to Las Vegas, you will spend your last night in the Lake Mead area and have the opportunity to visit the Hoover Dam. Learn more about Hoover Dam.

Lake Mead to Las Vegas: 30 miles

End: Las Vegas, NV

Trip Extensions

2 Nights at Lake Powell +$800

When at Lake Powell, you can swim in the lake, try out paddle boarding, zoom on a powerboat, and much more. From Lake Powell, you can easily visit Horseshoe Bend, the Rainbow Bridge, and Antelope Canyon and continue further out to the Vermilion Cliffs National Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and the Coconino National Forest. Don’t forget that you can also explore the nearby town of Page for quaint dining and specialty stores.

Learn more about Lake Powell.

1 Night in Monument Valley +$400

For hundreds of millions of years, nature built up and tore back down the area of Monument Valley, leaving behind a jaw-dropping landscape unlike anywhere else on Earth. By heading into the Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park, you will be able to get up close and personal with these stunning feats of nature while attempting to take photos that do it justice. It is an ideal overnight stay to add on to any road trip.

Learn more about Monument Valley.

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