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Sedona & Grand Canyon National Park


Featuring a visit to Bearizona Wildlife Park

Daily Itinerary

SedonaDay 1

Fly direct on Southwest Airlines toPhoenix. Enjoy a lavish brunch at the Wrigley Mansion before arriving at theRed Rocks of Sedona and your beautiful accommodations. Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock – 2 nights (BR)

SedonaDay 2

Start the day off with a private, fully narrated trolley tour of Sedona where you will learn about the history, geology,flora and fauna of the area. The tour takes you through the Mexican-style village of Tlaquepaque, nestled beneath the shade of the sycamores on the banks of beautifulOak Creek. Pause at the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross and gaze through floor-to ceiling windows at dramatically towering red sandstone cliffs while enjoying lunch at the Enchantment Resort. The afternoon is at your leisure; browse the shops of Uptown or Tlaquepaque. (FB,L)

SedonaDay 3

Head north through scenic Oak Creek Canyon to Williams and one of Northern Arizona’s newest attractions; Bearizona is a 150-acre drive-through wildlife park that promises to give you a close encounter of the wild kind with big horn sheep, buffalo and, of course, bears all roaming free. This afternoon arrive in the town of Tusayan, just outside Grand Canyon National Park, where you will see one of the best IMAX movies, Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets. Best Western Squire Inn – 2 nights (FB,L)

Grand Canyon: Hermits Rest Arch and BellDay 4

This morning enter one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, Grand Canyon National Park, and take a private guided tour along the rim to Hermits Rest. Capture the colors of the canyon during photo stops along the way. Enjoy lunch at the historic El Tovar Hotel with a free afternoon to explore on your own. Visit the Bright Angel History Room, which tells the story of Fred Harvey and his Harvey Girls, shop at the historic Hopi House, or spend your time walking “The Trail of Time,” an interpretive geological timeline along the rim with breathtaking vistas. (FB,L)

Desert View Watchtower, Grand CanyonDay 5

We have one more must see attraction before exiting the park’s east entrance. The Desert View Watchtower, constructed in 1932, is a replica of a prehistoric 70-foot Indian tower and commands a magnificent view of the Grand Canyon and the Painted Desert. During your visit view the interior walls of the tower, which feature murals by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie. Travel back to Phoenix this afternoon for your flight home. (FB,L)

Daily Itinerary Meal Legend
CBContinental Breakfast
BGenerally a limited buffet or menu
FBFull buffet or choice of menu
BRBrunch, often buffet-style
LLunch, often several menu options
HT or ATHigh or Afternoon Tea
DDinner, often several menu options

Photo Attributions

"Grand Canyon: Hermits Rest Arch and Bell" by Grand Canyon National Park (CC BY 2.0)


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