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4-Day Native American Cultures of the Southwest

4-Day Native American Cultures of the Southwest - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 4 days/4 nights
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$1011.49

Travel to some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world including the incredible Mesas of Monument Valley, and the Grand Canyon that goes for miles. Combine these with the historic Montezuma Castle, and you have got yourself an experience to write home about!

Day 1: Travel from Phoenix/Scottsdale to the red rock country of Sedona ... More info ›

Travel to some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world including the incredible Mesas of Monument Valley, and the Grand Canyon that goes for miles. Combine these with the historic Montezuma Castle, and you have got yourself an experience to write home about!

Day 1: Travel from Phoenix/Scottsdale to the red rock country of Sedona. This area is well known for its fine Southwestern arts and Native history. In the afternoon, you'll take a jeep excursion - "Original Vortex Tour." Explore your spirituality and the history of the first humans drawn to the area. Hear the creation story of the ancestors who once walked this beautiful land.

Day 2: Join your tour guide for a visit to Grand Canyon National Park.You'll have time to visit the famed Desert View watchtower, symbolic of ancient Anasazi structures from civilizations long since gone from the area. You’ll also visit the Navajo Indian Reservation for a stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post. Overnight in Sedona.

Day 3::Travel to Monument Valley Tribal Park for a scenic off road trip into the heart of the Valley. The towering buttes of this magnificent area have long been the backdrop for Western movies and you'll see them up close with your Native American guide. Along the way, visit an authentic hogan, the traditional dwelling of the Navajo people. Overnight in Sedona.

Day 4: Today, travel to the Homolovi Ruins - these ancient dwelling were once the homes of Hopi ancestors. Next, enjoy an authentic Hopi meal with your guide at the Hopi Cultural Center.Visit the Hopi Museum with time to shop and view the amazing pieces found here. Spend the afternoon visiting the Village of Walpi on First Mesa, the most pristine of all of the Hopi Villages. Take a walking tour with another Hopi Indian Guide, who will share the traditions of the Hopi People. Meet with the Hopis in their homes and share their culture and history with them first hand.

Day 5: Depart Sedona for your outbound flights from Phoenix Airport. (Shuttles to Phoenix depart several times daily and flights should be coordinated with those times.)

Please note: The price displayed is based on 4 people in a single reservation. If you require separate rooms you must make separate reservations. There is a maximum of 4 people per room.

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3-Day Salt River Rafting Wilderness Trip

3-Day Salt River Rafting Wilderness Trip - Phoenix, Arizona

Duration: 3 days
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$719.74

One of the top ten multi-day raft trips in the U.S! The Salt River Canyon Wilderness was federally protected in 1984 to preserve this premier river experience.  This 52 mile adventure includes stout Class IV rapids such as Black Rock, The Maze, Quartzite Falls and Corkscrew Rapid ... More info ›

One of the top ten multi-day raft trips in the U.S! The Salt River Canyon Wilderness was federally protected in 1984 to preserve this premier river experience.  This 52 mile adventure includes stout Class IV rapids such as Black Rock, The Maze, Quartzite Falls and Corkscrew Rapid. Cibecue, Walnut, Hess and Yankee Joe side canyons contain quite pools and waterfalls supporting over 200 species of birds along with desert dwellers such as Coati, Javalina, Big Horn Sheep and Gila Monsters. The majestic Sonoran Desert fauna of countless wildflowers, Ocotillo, Sotol and towering Saguaro are complimented by the exotic geology of 1.4 billion year old granite and 800 year old Salado Indian Ruins. Trips are restricted to a maximum of 11 guest enhancing the solitude and serenity of one of the few remaining stretches of free flowing river in the southwest. Rental camping gear is available and dietary concerns met upon request.

Day 1
6 am: Depart Phoenix in your own vehicle.
8 am: Pass thru Globe, AZ heading north on Hwy 60. Last stop for gas, food and water.
9 am: Arrive at our riverside office. Meet the pride of our company, the guides! Pack personal belongings in dry bags for the gear raft. 
10 am: Safety orientation, paddle instructions and launching of the rafts!
12 pm: Hot lunch at our base camp.
1 pm: Raft the longest and biggest rapids of the day while entering the Sonoran desert proper indicated by the majestic saguaro cactus. Float pass the Salt Banks, sacred to the Apache.
3 pm: Enter the stunning 1.4 billion year old ruin granite gorge. The river corridor transforms from Grand Canyon scale to an intimate, rounded and improbably balanced white rock canyon. 
5 pm: Pull ashore at a beautiful river side camp in the Gleason Flats area. Pitch tents, take a short hike, build a fire and have hors d'oeuvres.
6 pm: Dinner is served!
7 pm: Free time to do as you like: read, watch the desert stars, tell stories around the fire.

Day 2:
7 am: Coffee and breakfast drinks served with the rising sun.
8 am: A hot delicious breakfast cooked up by your guides.
9 am: Take down camp and start packing the rafts.
10 am: Get on the water and head for the first Class IV Rapid, Black Rock! Float through pools surrounded by Teddy Bear Cholla Cactus and run Class III+ rapids such as Devil's Pendejo, Upper and Lower Coral, the Maze and Pinball.
12 pm: Stop for a deli style lunch around Hess or Yankee Joe Canyon.
1 pm: Get back on the water and get ready for the big rapids! There is no mistaking where we are when we enter Jump Off Canyon and run Quartzite Falls and Cork Screw Rapids.
5 pm: This very full day or rafting ends near Cherry Creek Butte which is topped with 800 year old Salado Indian fortifications. 
6 pm: Dinner is served.
7 pm: Now you probably have some river tails to tell yourself!

Day 3:
7 am: Coffee and breakfast drinks served with the rising sun.
8 am: A hot delicious breakfast cooked up by your guides.
9 am: Take down camp and start packing the rafts.
10 am: We get back on the river and float past a volcanic tuft formation that has been home to a nesting pair of Desert Bald Eagles and is a designated quite zone often rewarded with a sighting.
12 pm: Lunch at Coon Creek, a wonderful Cottonwood shade tree area as the heat is getting turned up now that we have descended some 1,500 feet since we started.
2 pm: End of the trip at the Hwy 288 bridge at the top of Roosevelt Lake. If you came from the Phoenix area, we have shuttled your car to this point to save you four hours of driving back to the head of the canyon. Reenter civilization!

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Monument Valley Air and Ground Tour

Monument Valley Air and Ground Tour - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$698.99

This tour encompasses most of Arizona during your scenic flight over the Tonto National Forest; up the Verde Valley; over the beautiful Sedona area; past the San Francisco Peaks; overflight of the Grand Canyon then continue over Marble Canyon, past the beautiful Vermillion Cliffs and historic Lees Ferry before a brief stop in Page.

Leaving Page your flight will encompass the Glen Canyon Dam, Wahweap Marina and the beautiful contrasts of the striking blue/green waters of Lake Powell and the surrounding desert landscapes. Just before reaching Navajo Mountain, depart the lake to fly over the immense span of Rainbow Bridge, the world's largest natural stone bridge.

After a short trip over the rugged canyon lands of the Utah/Arizona border you will reach the familiar spires, buttes and mesas of Monument Valley ... More info ›

This tour encompasses most of Arizona during your scenic flight over the Tonto National Forest; up the Verde Valley; over the beautiful Sedona area; past the San Francisco Peaks; overflight of the Grand Canyon then continue over Marble Canyon, past the beautiful Vermillion Cliffs and historic Lees Ferry before a brief stop in Page.

Leaving Page your flight will encompass the Glen Canyon Dam, Wahweap Marina and the beautiful contrasts of the striking blue/green waters of Lake Powell and the surrounding desert landscapes. Just before reaching Navajo Mountain, depart the lake to fly over the immense span of Rainbow Bridge, the world's largest natural stone bridge.

After a short trip over the rugged canyon lands of the Utah/Arizona border you will reach the familiar spires, buttes and mesas of Monument Valley. Here you board a four-wheel drive vehicle for a two-hour voyage through the most dramatic rock formations of the Colorado Plateau. The rich history and impressive monuments will captivate you. You may even recognize scenes right out of your favorite western movies. After your tour savor a delicious Navajo Taco lunch at Goulding's Lodge before your return flight to Phoenix.

Aircraft Information:

  • Aircraft used are Cessna Caravans and T207's. These high winged airplanes are perfect for flightseeing and picture taking.
  • Every passenger has a window seat for unobstructed views of the spectacular sights below.
Please note:
  • The listed price does not include a USD20 per person fuel surcharge, payable at the time of tour check-in. The fuel surcharge is required by our local supplier and is not within our control.
  • A private tour surcharge may apply, please see Additional Info for full details.
  • Hotel pickup is available for this tour for an additional fee. Fees are determined based on the location of your hotel (USD35 to USD50). This service can be scheduled with the supplier directly, contact details will be provided on your pre-paid voucher which will be received after booking.

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Grand Canyon West Rim Adventure and Skywalk

Grand Canyon West Rim Adventure and Skywalk - Phoenix, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$696.99

For the adventurous at heart, a trip from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon in a Cessna airplane will provide the thrill of a lifetime. The narrated aerial tour will take you to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, home of the Hualapai Reservation ... More info ›

For the adventurous at heart, a trip from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon in a Cessna airplane will provide the thrill of a lifetime. The narrated aerial tour will take you to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, home of the Hualapai Reservation. You’ll enjoy a tour to Eagle Point, Native American cultural performances, lunch on the canyon rim, hiking, amazing views of the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon, a boat ride on the river, and admission to the Grand Canyon Skywalk – an exhilarating platform over the edge of the canyon. This all-inclusive adventure will leave you with unforgettable experiences and memories of America’s most iconic piece of natural beauty.

Your comprehensive Grand Canyon day trip begins as you fly in a Cessna airplane to the West Rim of the canyon. As you listen to the narration, you’ll enjoy unobstructed views of the canyon and other fabulous Arizona landscapes. Have lunch at Guano Point (included) on the rim of the Grand Canyon, and do a little hiking if you wish. The views of the canyon and the Colorado River a mile below are spectacular.

During the tour, you’ll visit Eagle Point and a village of authentic Native American homes; enjoy a Native American cultural performance; and walk out on the Skywalk – the canyon’s most exciting attraction. This platform extends out over the edge of the canyon, providing heart-racing views of the canyon floor beneath you.

Also included is a seven-minute helicopter ride down to the floor of the canyon, where you’ll walk briefly to the edge of the Colorado River and hop on a pontoon boat for a leisurely 15-minute ride on the water. The canyon cliffs will tower above you as you soak in the incredible beauty. Your flight back to the rim of the canyon will reconnect you with your airplane pilot for your return flight to Phoenix.

Aircraft Information:

  • Aircraft used are Cessna Caravans and T207's. These high winged airplanes are perfect for flightseeing and picture taking.
  • Every passenger has a window seat for unobstructed views of the spectacular sights below.
Please note:
  • The listed price does not include a USD20 per person fuel surcharge, payable at the time of tour check-in. The fuel surcharge is required by our local supplier and is not within our control.
  • A private tour surcharge may apply, please see Additional Info for full details.
  • Hotel pickup is available for this tour for an additional fee. Fees are determined based on the location of your hotel (USD35 to USD50). This service can be scheduled with the supplier directly, contact details will be provided on your pre-paid voucher which will be received after booking.

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Phoenix Day Tour

Phoenix Day Tour - Phoenix, Arizona

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$600.00

Enjoy a day of getting to know The Valley Of The Sun known as Phoenix on this 5-hour guided tour. You will learn the freeway system and how to easily navigate the streets and avenues ... More info ›

Enjoy a day of getting to know The Valley Of The Sun known as Phoenix on this 5-hour guided tour. You will learn the freeway system and how to easily navigate the streets and avenues. You'll learn the names or mountains and peaks, lakes and rivers along with resort destinations and golf courses. Travel to widely known stadiums and arenas and little known restaurants guaranteed to have you coming back.

You or your group will be picked up from your hotel or other designated location. Your local guide will take 15-20 minutes looking over a map of Phoenix and briefly describing to you how easy it is to drive the freeways and streets.

The group will visit downtown Phoenix and see the home of The Arizona Diamondbacks, MLB baseball team and Phoenix Suns, NBA basketball team. Next, on to the State Capitol. On the tour, you'll visit the West Valley and the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals, NFL football team. While you are in the West Valley, you'll visit the arena of The Arizona Coyotes, NHL hockey team.

Take a peak at Lake Pleasant. People are pleasantly surprised to know that recreational lakes exist in Phoenix. Then you'll make your way to Cave Creek, AZ. Cave Creek is a real cowboy town in the Northern most part of the valley. The group will then travel to North Scottsdale and visit a few MLB spring training facilities. Arizona is home to more than 20 MLB teams during the month of March.

After being guided around Phoenix for 5 hours, your local guide will return you back to your hotel or other location.

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Private 4-Seater UTV Adventure from Phoenix

Private 4-Seater UTV Adventure from Phoenix - Phoenix, Arizona

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Phoenix, Arizona

From USD
$597.30

Hop in, buckle up, and hit the trail on a UTV ride in the Sonoran Desert, from Phoenix. Experience the dexterity of the Kawasaki Teryx4, a four-seater with electric power steering that can be filled to capacity and still climb trails, crawl boulders, and zip all over the desert without breaking a sweat ... More info ›

Hop in, buckle up, and hit the trail on a UTV ride in the Sonoran Desert, from Phoenix. Experience the dexterity of the Kawasaki Teryx4, a four-seater with electric power steering that can be filled to capacity and still climb trails, crawl boulders, and zip all over the desert without breaking a sweat. Pricing is per vehicle, based on a maximum of four people.




After hotel pickup in Phoenix in the morning or afternoon, you're taken to a trailhead in the Sonoran Desert where your half-day expedition begins. Whether you’re craving adventure or simply want to sightsee at your own pace, this Kawasaki Teryx4 UTV is dialed in to deliver. With electric power steering, a thrilling V-Twin engine, and towing capacity to take everything with you, the exhilarating drive handles like a dream. The UTVs have been revamped to make your off-roading excursion the most comfortable.

The tour operator has express permission from the Bureau of Land Management and the US Government/Tonto National Forest to operate tours in this region. Your guided UTV adventure can operate on two main trails: Four Peaks and Rocks & Ruins. The route includes roughly 25 miles (40 km) of unmaintained off-road trails and may vary based on your driving ability.

Your journey awaits where the pavement ends.

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