Grand Canyon National Park
Sedona’s Red Rocks & The Grand Canyon
Sunday, October 14- Friday, October 19, 2018

$2,609*pp
Includes:
8 Meals (3 dinners and 5 breakfasts)
Round trip airfare from Pittsburgh
Round trip airport transfers
1 Night in Pheonix
4 nights in Sedona, at the heart of Red Rock Country
The Grand Canyon Railway
Grand Canyon National Park
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Narrated trolley tour of Sedona
Blazin’ M Ranch and Western Stage Show
A day at leisure in Sedona for shopping and exploring on your own
The old mining town of Jerome
Map
ITINERARY
DAY 1 - Arrive in Arizona - Our Arizona adventure begins as we arrive in Phoenix and are transferred to our hotel. Tonight, meet your Tour Manager and traveling companions at 6:00 p.m. for a transfer to Rustler’s Rooste Steakhouse where a total cowboy western experience awaits. A delicious dinner, live entertainment and unlimited drinks are the order of the night. Dinner

DAY 2 - Montezuma Castle and Sedona Trolley Tour - This morning we visit Montezuma Castle National Monument, an ancient five-story Indian dwelling carved out of a great limestone cliff. In Sedona, our narrated trolley tour visits the south side of town, highlighted by Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, Gallery Row and a stop at the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross. Breakfast

DAY 3 - Grand Canyon National Park by Rail - Travel to Grand Canyon National Park aboard the vintage Grand Canyon Railway and watch the ever-changing terrain, from high desert to prairie to pine. You will have ample time to explore Grand Canyon Village or use the park’s free shuttle system for breathtaking views. Breakfast and Dinner

DAY 4 - Sedona at Leisure - Sedona, an artist community, is set amongst the red-hued rocks of Oak Creek Canyon. Its breath-taking beauty fills the senses and soothes the soul. Today has been reserved as a day of leisure. Sit back, relax and enjoy the warmth of the Arizona sun, explore the eclectic art galleries and craft shops, or take an optional guided jeep tour through the Sedona backcountry. Breakfast

DAY 5 - Verde Canyon Railroad - This morning, we stop in Jerome, an old mining town and melting pot for those who dreamed of making a quick fortune. Once virtually a ghost town, it is now restored with shops, museums and art. Later we climb aboard the Verde Canyon Railroad for a spectacular journey over old-fashioned trestles, past ancient Indian ruins and through a 700-foot tunnel. Enjoy the views from the comfort of your First-Class seat or from one of the open-air viewing cars. Watch for wildflowers, blooming cacti and wildlife in their natural habitat. Tonight, chow down with a chuckwagon supper at the "Blazin’ M Ranch" and Western Stage Show. Breakfast and Dinner

DAY 6 - Travel Home - Our Arizona adventure comes to a close today with a group transfer to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport for flights out after 12:00 p.m. Breakfast
Sedona, Arizona
    
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Tour Activity Level
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LEVEL 3: A blend of longer and shorter days on this program with more walking tours mixed with some periods of standing. Expect more of the touring to be over uneven surfaces or involve stairs.

*Price is per person based on double occupancy.
Single add $719
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Saturday     9AM-2 PM
Sunday     Resting
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