3-Day National Parks Camping Tour: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley and Grand Canyon from Las Vegas
- 3-day tour to Zion, Monument Valley, Bryce Canyon (seasonal) and the Grand Canyon South Rim
- Transportation by 14-passenger, air-conditioned minibus
- Light breakfast (if camping option selected)
- Camping accommodations (if option selected; tent with inflatable mat)
- Lodging accommodations (if option selected)
- Use of sleeping bags and camping equipment (if camping option selected)
- Navajo-guided Jeep tour
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Optional Grand Canyon helicopter tour
- Optional visit to Antelope Canyon
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Minimum age is 7 years
- Children under 17 years must be accompanied by an adult
- Camping accommodation is a 2-person tent shared by same-sex travelers or on a couple basis. You will be responsible for putting up your own tent with help from your tour guide
- Child lodging accommodations: children will be in a room with the adults in their party. There is up to a four person maximum per room with two queen beds
- Lodging accommodation is a 2-person room shared by same-sex travelers or on a couple basis. If your party is 3 or 5 guests, you will be in 1 or 2 triples rooms with two queen beds in each. All lodging accommodations are of 3 star quality or higher
- Please note that sunrise viewings in Monument Valley may not be available when booking the lodging option due to availability of certain accommodations
- Depending on daylight, the Monument Valley Jeep tour may be offered as a sunrise tour.
- Campsites used are typically equipped with Wi-Fi, laundry and hot showers, and some may have outdoor hot tubs and swimming pools
- You may experience both warm and cool temperatures. It is recommended that you pack warm socks, a sweater or hooded jacket, hiking shoes, plenty of sunscreen, closed-toe shoes and a hat
- Your luggage may not exceed 44lbs (20kgs)
- Lunches are make-your-own sandwiches and are served with fruit and potato chips
- Vegetarian meals are available upon request
- Please note: bottled water is not provided on this tour. It is advised that you to bring a refillable container. You will be able to refill at comfort stops made throughout your trip.
This was my first time I have ever gone camping alone and to the west coast. Well let’s jyst say that I had an an amazing time with everyone. Never felt alone! Our host Bradley was amazing, fun, funny, 100% Knowledgeable about everything including history of the west coast. Food was great also!!! If you’re traveling alone or in couples, I highly recommend it!!!
This was definitely a trip to remember forever. From the very beginning our tour guide Evan appeared to be a fun, knowledgeable guide and I knew this trip was going to be fun and exciting. Day 1: Driving about 3+ hours Hiking about 4+ hours Evan picked up our group in Stratosphere on Sunday July 1. We decided to fly in from NY and stay in the Stratosphere just for convenience which was cool because we got our first taste of Las Vegas. Evan was right on time and ready to go. As soon as everyone was settled in the van and introduced ourselves, Evan gave us the choice of music: either Elvis or Sinatra: Our group selected Sinatra. Throughout the day Evan told us exciting facts about Las Vegas, its origins and what makes it unique. We also stopped by a gas station/convenience store to buy things and use the bathroom. When we finally arrived to our first hiking stop Zion National Park, Evan already informed us of its creation and landscape and also of the water refill location, museum and bathroom. He gave us our lunch which consisted of assorted sandwiches, chips and fruit and gave us about 3 hours to just hike, which we took full advantage of and it was AMAZING!!! Be sure to take lots of pictures, rest and drink water whenever needed. We followed the Emerald Trail which takes you on top of a mountain and the end is a natural beach/lake. I immediately took my sneakers off and walked into the water to cool off. Afterwards, we drove for a while and began hiking in Bryce Canyon which was again filled with amazing and unforgettable views. Please take your time and take a lot of pictures!!! When we finished with Bryce Canyon we set off to our camp ground and ate dinner. We had to pay for dinner, which was I believe $12. After we ate we prepared for the cold night ahead as it was reported to be 40 degrees F. I came prepared…I wore a sweater, fuzzy socks, pajama pants and stayed pretty warm especially with the provided tent and sleeping bag. Day 2: Ate breakfast (cereal, muffins, peanut butter jelly sandwiches, fruit, chips, orange juice, coffee) Sirius music stations varied from acoustic rock to rock…basically slow jams. We opted to do the Antelope Canyon trail and let me tell you it was worth the $50 I spent. The views were AMAZING and your tour guide will know what angles work to take the best picture so just give him/her the camera whenever they ask for it. Lunch: Evan allowed us to make our own sandwiches: turkey, ham, different cheeses, fruit, chips, bread
What a wonderful experience. Thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end. Jenny our driver/guide gave us so much information - took care to give us metric measurements etc. as we were a group of 9 and metric is more familiar to us and made an effort to get to know us and what we liked etc. She was wonderful. The accommodation was also good and every aspect was so well organised. Would thoroughly recommend.