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Grand Circle 2.0 (American Southwest)
7-day Tour to Sedona and Canyon de Chelly

New Itinerary, In-depth Experience, Fun and Comfortable
Including Sedona Jeep, Monument Valley 4WD, Canyon Sightseeing Ride, Grand Canyon West Rim

  • Tour Overview (in Cantonese)
  • National Parks + Jeep Tour + Scenic Drive
Itinerary

Day 1Vancouver Phoenix

Depart from Vancouver today and fly to Phoenix, the capital and largest city of Arizona. After arriving at noon, enjoy a rich buffet lunch (including meals), and then take everyone to Scottsdale for a leisurely sightseeing. This characteristic old town resort is known as The West’s Most Western Town. On the characteristic streets, you can see many historical and artistic sculptures about American pioneers. We specially arranged for you to stay for two nights at the Cliff Castle Casino Resort Hotel.

Day 2Sedona Pink Jeep Tour

A full day tour of Sedona, the famous red rock capital of Arizona. There are red rock landscapes everywhere, which are sure to amaze everyone. At noon, you can shop and have lunch on Main Street in Sedona, which is full of cowboy style. Afterwards, a special arrangement was made to take the most famous and most popular “Pink Jeep” in the area. The two-hour exciting and fun journey allows us to enjoy the extraordinary scenery around us from zero distance. These graceful and characteristic rocky terrains have also appeared in many westerns. Your jeep guide will introduce you to local geology, desert landscapes and wildlife, as well as colorful Sedona legends.

Day 3Montezuma Winslow Petrified Forest NP

In the morning, visit the Montezuma Castle National Monument, which was built between about 1100 and 1425 AD. Here is a group of well-preserved cliff dwellings built by the Sinagua people. This Hohokan culture is closely related to other indigenous cultures of the Southwest. After passing through Winslow, we specially arranged to have lunch (included meal) at La Posada Hotel, which is full of nostalgic feelings of the 1960s. Among them, the famous Turquoise Restaurant has been open since May 12, 1936, serving contemporary Southwestern cuisine. There are many historical stories related to train tycoon Fred Harvey behind it, so it has also been a favorite high-end dining place for important people and celebrities. Then we set off to the famous Petrified Forest National Park. The park preserves 225 million years of geological and cultural history. You will be dazzled by the towering ancient rocks. Winding lanes and rugged walks can take you to glimpses of craggy cliffs and colorful remnants, showing you the intense crustal activity of the earth’s past and the distinctive imprints of ancient civilizations. The rainbow forest in the southern part of the park is full of colorful petrified wood. There are also ancient villages, petroglyphs, strip-shaped painted desert wasteland, and the remains of a residence built with petrified wood more than 700 years ago, the Agate House. Arrangement of scenic spots include: Rainbow Forest Museum, Crystal Forest, Blue Terrace Trail, Painted Desert Inn (Museum), etc. Before arriving at the hotel in Canyon de Chelly, our bus will drive along the canyon rim sightseeing spots, allowing you to overlook the magnificent scenery of the dusk, enjoy the panoramic view of the canyon and take photos. Stay at Thunderbird Lodge or similar hotel next to the canyon.

Day 4Canyon de Chelly Monument Valley

In the morning, we specially arranged for everyone to take the Canyon de Chelly sightseeing bus to the bottom of the valley. The driver and tour guide are the aboriginal residents of the canyon. We are in the canyon, and the narration of the guide will lead to a better sense of on-site interaction. You can hear stories about the history of the canyon. Anasazi has lived here since time immemorial. In 1300-1600 the Hopi moved to plant orchards. Around the early 1700s, the Dine people entered the canyon, using the canyon as a shelter, as a place to grow vegetables and hunt. Canyon de Chelly was and is the center of Navajo culture. The tour guide let everyone know that they had migrated south across the Bering Strait earlier, and told the story of their culture passed down from generation to generation. Show and explain what they have been through as Navajos the Dine people over the past few years and how sacred the canyon is to them. At the bottom of the canyon, the tour guide took you to many ruins and rock paintings for you to take photos at close range. In this way, everyone can fully understand the past events that have also happened on this land without having to go too far.

Day 5Grand Canyon West Rim Las Vegas

After breakfast, depart from the hotel to Grand Canyon West Rim. During our visit, we were immersed in Native American culture through dancing, visiting Hualapai Point and Guano Point attractions. If there are group members among us who are not afraid of heights, you may wish to try the Grand Canyon Skywalk (glass bridge) at your own expense and challenge yourself to take a helicopter to enjoy the Grand Canyon West Rim from above. If you don’t want to miss the opportunity to take a helicopter, please book first! After the tour, we took the bus to Las Vegas. Two nights accommodation in Paris (September) /Flamingo (October) Casino Hotel. The hotel is located on the busiest street in Las Vegas, and is within easy reach of eating, drinking and entertainment.

Day 6Las Vegas

Everyone has plenty of free time throughout the day to enjoy Las Vegas and to shop at the nearby famous factory outlet stores.

Day 7Las Vegas Vancouver, Canada

Transfer to the airport, take a noon passenger flight back to Vancouver, and end the wonderful seven-day trip Grand Circle 2.0 Southwest America: Canyon de Chelly + Sedona

Departure time and location

  • Vancouver International AirportTime: T.B.A.
Pricing (per person)
Double Room
USD $2338 / person
Additional 3rd / 4th person
USD $1938 / person
Single Room Supplement
+ USD $668

* For those who book a double room and like to add an extra bed in the room, need to pay USD $50 for it.

Price Includes

  • Includes a round-trip air ticket from Vancouver, Canada
  • Includes eHome Travel Cantonese tour leader
  • Includes 6-night hotel accommodation
  • Includes all designated attractions and National Parks tickets
  • 4 breakfast and 2 lunches

Price Excludes

  • Guide & driver service fee (total USD $80, prepaid before departure)
  • Meals and waiter tips
  • Room service fees
  • Any private expenses
  • Travel and COVID-19 insurance
  • Extra local activities (e.g. Skywalk and Helicopter ride)
Terms and Conditions

Payment Method

  • Deposit: USD $300 per person
  • Balance: 45-days before departure
  • Payment by USD cash, cheque, or direct deposit are welcome
  • VISA or MasterCard payment + 3% processing fee

Booking Instructions

  • All group members must bring their own valid travel documents
  • Please provide the same name as the travel document when booking
  • If you want to change in the future, you need to pay a handling fee of $50 and other related fees

Cancellation (deduction per person)

  • Cancellation Fee: USD $50 / room
  • Cancel 45 days before departure: total deposit
  • Cancel 30 days before departure: 50% of total price
  • Cancel 14 days before departure: 100% of total price
  • Cancellations must be done in writing and the date of receipt of the notification shall prevail

Additional Terms

All tour members must bring their own valid travel documents/passports to enter the United States, and please check that the documents are valid for at least half a year from the return date. The various types of sightseeing transportation and hotels used by our company have various problems regarding the safety of passengers and luggage. Organizations have established various regulations to be responsible to passengers. Luggage loss, accidental injury and death, and property damage, etc., are not related to our company when the settlement is based on the regulations established by different agencies.

As for hotel accommodation, meal tour procedures, etc., try to follow the company’s tour regulations as far as possible. In case of special circumstances, such as bad weather, road congestion, strikes, sudden fullness of local hotels, cancellation or delay of scheduled flights, coups, etc. If it is necessary to change or cancel any travel program in the itinerary and accommodation, the company has the full authority to deal with it in accordance with the prevailing situation in order to facilitate the group. The group members also have to agree to bear the losses caused by special circumstances and pay additional related expenses. We highly recommend purchasing suitable travel insurance (such as trip cancellation, delay and medical insurance).

Passengers must abide by the laws and regulations of various countries, and it is strictly forbidden to carry private goods for profit and contraband. Entry and exit laws are based on individual countries. If you are refused entry to a country for personal reasons, your responsibility is not related to the company, and the rest of the journey will not be refunded, and the additional costs incurred will not be refunded. The company has nothing to do with it. The company reserves the right to cancel the departure date of the itinerary before the departure of any tour group. In this case, the tour fee will be refunded in full. eHome Travel Group Inc. is not responsible for any cancellation of the itinerary or departure date. If there is any change in the information, please pay attention to the final announcement of eHome Travel Group Inc.