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Oljato-Monument Valley: 3-Hour Sunset Tour with Navajo Guide

1. Oljato-Monument Valley: 3-Hour Sunset Tour with Navajo Guide

Enjoy this small-group tour of Monument Valley and discover the breathtaking monuments you’ve seen in photos and western movies. See the famous West and East Mitten Buttes, John Ford Point, the Three Sisters, Moccasin Arch, the Totem Pole and more. Travel by safari-style open-air vehicle or by an enclosed van in cold or hot weather. Your guide will share with you a lot of interesting facts about the Monument Valley. You will even visit the backcountry of the valley, that you can’t visit on your own. Learn many interesting facts about Navajo culture and visit a Navajo Hogan, a traditional Navajo home with a bonus opportunity to watch a rug weaving demonstration (dependent on weather and other circumstances) and to enjoy a ceremonial musical performance by your guide.

Phoenix: Hot Air Balloon Ride with Champagne and Catering

2. Phoenix: Hot Air Balloon Ride with Champagne and Catering

Enjoy a 45-60-minute hot air balloon ride above Phoenix, Arizona. See the expansive mountain ranges and desert wildlife below as your hot air balloon reaches heights of 3000 feet. During the flight, your pilot will point out different landmarks and points of interest. See Downtown Phoenix, Camelback Mountain, Lake Pleasant, and State Farm Stadium from the air. Upon landing, enjoy a catered fare prepared by the award-winning Vincent’s on Camelback restaurant, right in the heart of the desert. A traditional balloonist’s ceremony follows with commemorative flight certificates to take home.

Sedona: Nighttime UFO & Stargazing Tour

3. Sedona: Nighttime UFO & Stargazing Tour

Change how you see the skies forever with this nighttime stargazing and UFO tour. Discover the unexplained phenomenon hovering just above Sedona and make contact with the unidentified objects overhead. Your UFO guide will assist you in tracking the nocturnal activity, which includes flashing lights, UFOs changing size rapidly, and winding in and out of the mountains around you. Challenge how you perceive the world beyond with this one-of-a-kind tour. Enjoy the unpolluted expanse of the night sky with your naked eye before seeing its hidden secrets with night vision goggles.

Grand Canyon: Off-Road Sunset Safari with Skip-the-Gate Tour

4. Grand Canyon: Off-Road Sunset Safari with Skip-the-Gate Tour

Enjoy a tour of the Grand Canyon National Park with skip-the-gate tickets. Witness breathtaking sunset views, venture down forest paths on a 4x4, and travel to the Canyon's edge with your experienced guide. Start your tour hassle-free with skip-the-gate admission that allows you to bypass the usual long lines. With your guide and driver, venture off-road down historic stagecoach trails through the Kaibab Forest in search of elk, deer, and turkey en route to the Canyon’s edge. Once you arrive, witness one of the world’s most magnificent vistas – sunset at the Grand Canyon. Follow your local guide as they lead you to viewpoints along the Canyon’s edge while describing geologic formations, inner canyon trails, and the Colorado River. Your tour will culminate in the best spot to catch the sunset from the spectacular Grandview Point where the fading sunlight turns the Canyon into a kaleidoscope of colors.

Canyons & Cowboys: 2-Hour Jeep Tour from Sedona

5. Canyons & Cowboys: 2-Hour Jeep Tour from Sedona

Step back in time to the Wild West on this guided jeep tour from Sedona to the Dry Creek Basin. Capture stunning pictures of the Sedona Red Rocks and visit an old homestead at the “Van Derin” cabin. Meet your guide at the pickup point in Sedona and hop aboard a comfortable jeep. Travel thorugh a scenic wonderland surrounded by 7 majestic canyons into historic Dry Creek Basin. Relive early cowboy days with tales of murder and moonshine at the old “Van Derin” cabin, a focal point of your tour permitted only to selected jeep tour companies. Connect with the pioneer spirit of this marvelous land at this historical homestead. Listen as your guide shares their facinating knowledge of the uniquely shaped and colored Sedona Red Rock formations. Return to your meeting point in Sedona at the end of your tour.

Sonoran Desert: Sunset Jeep Tour with Tonto National Forest

6. Sonoran Desert: Sunset Jeep Tour with Tonto National Forest

Experience a world-famous Arizona sunset on a low-speed, off-road sightseeing tour of the Sonoran Desert via the Tonto National Forest. Your professional tour guide, a certified off-road driver, will tell you about the Sonoran Desert flora, wildlife, Arizona history, and Native American ethnobotanical practices. Hop aboard the Jeep and cruise past the Pass by Pinnacle Peak Park, a scenic 3,169-foot granite summit located in North Scottsdale, and Reata Pass, the last standing buildings of an old western town. Hear about these locations and their significance. At sunset, stop at a panoramic lookout point that overlooks the historic Great Western Trail. Feel free to exit the Jeep and walk around the scenic lookout. Whether you're interested in a couple of group photos or a full Instagram shoot with your camera, your guides are also great photographers willing to help. Depending on cloud conditions, the sky typically changes to various shades of pink, red, orange, and purple, all within the backdrop of the stunning Sonoran Desert.

Sedona: Grand Canyon Sunset Tour with Dinner

7. Sedona: Grand Canyon Sunset Tour with Dinner

Ride in comfort and style as you travel to Northern Arizona in an air-conditioned vehicle that seats no more than 14 passengers for an intimate and personal experience. Experience fully narrated tours from some of the most knowledgeable and experienced guides in the Southwest. If you are departing from Sedona, your tour begins as you ascend the Colorado Plateau through the lush Oak Creek Canyon. Over the 27 miles of winding roads, you leave the beautiful red rocks behind and ascend 2000 feet to the tall Ponderosa Pines.  Upon arriving in Flagstaff pick up the remaining guests, and travel past the dormant volcanoes of the San Francisco Peaks on your way to Grand Canyon National Park. Your first stop is at the Historic Cameron Trading Post where you will have the chance to check out the Native American craftsmanship. Then as you reach the Grand Canyon’s East entrance from the Navajo Nation, you will see the Little Colorado River Gorge and the western edge of the Painted Desert. Upon entering the Grand Canyon National Park, you will get your first views of the Grand Canyon and the mighty Colorado River at Desert View. Climb up to the top of the Watchtower Observatory, and learn about one of the achievements of famous architect Mary J. Colter. Take some time to take in the beautiful panoramic views at different viewpoints along the South Rim of the canyon. Marvel at some of the widest and deepest scenic views the Grand Canyon has to offer. From the South Rim, gaze 14 miles across to the North Rim. You will also visit the only point where you can see both Phantom Ranch as well as the Kaibab Suspension Bridge. A complimentary dinner is included on this tour. The journey culminates as your guide takes you to the ideal spot to have an opportunity to see an amazing array of colors, shadows, and lighting that are the hallmark of a Sunset at the Grand Canyon. Relax and enjoy the ride back to your hotel as you reflect on your Grand Canyon experience.

Camp Verde: Jeep Tour and Winery Tasting

8. Camp Verde: Jeep Tour and Winery Tasting

Embark on an unforgettable tour that combines wine and adventure. Explore the roads of the beautiful Camp Verde on a 1-hour jeep ride and enjoy 5 wine tastings at the famous Alcantara Vineyard. Start off on the 1-hour jeep tour at the vineyard and drive across the Verde River, known to be one of the Southwest's last free flowing rivers. Look out from your jeep to view ancient ruins in the distance and see all the picturesque landscape Camp Verde has to offer. Next, head over to the winery and enjoy 5 tastings and a cheese platter to pair it with. Walk the vineyard grounds and watch as you see the magic of wine making happen. Enjoy live music on the weekends and a variety of wines you can choose from to take home for a discounted price.

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Small-Group South Rim Sunset Tour

9. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Small-Group South Rim Sunset Tour

Take a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park, home to the Grand Canyon, famous for its layered bands of red rock. Have breakfast on the way, enjoy photo stops along the route, and take a pleasant stroll to Yavapai Point for a picnic lunch and sunset views. Start with a comfortable hotel pickup from Las Vegas. Stop by Hoover Dam for a photo stop, a rest stop in Kingman, Arizona, a photo stop on Route 66, and arrive at the Grand Canyon. As the driver parks, you can go souvenir shopping. Then, take a leisurely walk on the upper rim trail at the Grand Canyon. The scenery changes every step and your guide will help you take pictures, and explain the geology and formation of the Grand Canyon. Stop for a picnic lunch, and enjoy an easy, 3-hour walk. Set up for the golden hour and watch the sun gracefully slip behind the west rim of the Grand Canyon, seeing the color and glow of light slip to night. Depart from the Grand Canyon and get dropped off upon your return to Las Vegas. It's a long drive and day but completely worth every moment.

From Sedona: Grand Canyon Full-Day Sunset Trip

10. From Sedona: Grand Canyon Full-Day Sunset Trip

The sunsets at the Grand Canyon have been an inspiration for countless works of art for their legendary colors and natural phenomenon. On this full-day tour from Sedona, you will depart later in the day to enjoy the sunset and a fantastic dinner. Naturalist guides will escort you to one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World to experience up-close the forces that created the Grand Canyon at least 2 billion years ago. See the earth’s geological history mapped across the vast Canyon and its iconic rocks, continuously inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years and considered by the Peublo people as a sacred site. Upon arrival at the Canyon, you will pull right into the overlook, while others compete in crowded parking lots. Then, enjoy an included dinner at the Grand Canyon Village.

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based on 26 reviews

I wasn’t quite sure what to think upon arrival, as the building was a bit deceiving. This establishment is inside a former auto dealership building, and could be easy to miss. All doubt subsided though when we met our guide Ron. He was a character for sure, definitely a lovable one! During the ride to the Alcantarra, Ron thoroughly entertained us with some background on the local plants & history before we arrived at the vineyard. From there the real ride began - 4x4 around the property, and he even drove us straight across the Verde river, much to our amusement and surprise! He was genuine, warm & polite throughout the experience. Not a single complaint there. My feedback is for the vineyard - the area behind the winery (of which part of the tour explores) feels- distracting from the experience. The staff were polite & I know the world is short-staffed lately-but their inefficiency was disappointing. We had little time to enjoy our wine or the grounds.

By far the best experience I’ve had in Las Vegas. Ray and Greg were fantastic guides. Beautiful scenery from the water. They brought snacks and water for everyone plus hot dogs (even vegan dogs) and s’mores. Lots of info on the areas history and wildlife. Easy pick up and drop off also. Take this trip! Seriously.

Anthony was our tour guide and we really enjoyed it because of him. The views are spectacular and his knowledge of the canyon was so helpful and interesting. He has a very pleasant fun personality.

I can only say how amazing the experience was , I definitely recommend this to first timers to the Grand Canyon .

Werner was a great guide. Very knowledgeable and personable. Great experience for our friends from Florida !!!