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Since 2010, we have done more than 80 tours for this route to the Grand Ccircle. This itinerary is a relaxed and rich travel arrangement. You have plenty of time to enjoy the scenery around you. Not just sightseeing, but sharing historical stories, rock formations. We make sure you get the most out of your time and money on this trip. You’ll bring back happy memories to share.

In each park, there are many easy-to-reach trails to featured attraction locations. For example: In Bryce Canyon National Park, in addition to the famous Bryce Amphitheater at Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point and Bryce Point, there are also some edge trail hiking routes that you can take You see the real beauty of the park from different angles! You’ll see different angles of Bryce Canyon from the bottom up.

Antelope Canyon is a unique attraction. This group includes Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon. The white color reflected on the rocks is stunningly beautiful and keeps changing throughout the day. No matter what time of day you are in the canyon, you’ll appreciate the variety of colorful patterns on the rocks. This canyon was created by nature and is a very memorable experience for tourists. This is one place you don’t want to miss.

Today, it is not easy to enter Antelope Canyon. Luckily, we’ve already secured two canyon slots. If you are interested, please book early. There are only more than 30 places in this group that can guarantee access to Antelope Canyon.

  • More than 80 tours have been organized ~ Features of this tour:
  • In Bryce Canyon National Park, it is specially arranged for everyone to walk through the stone pillars and take pictures for 2 hours
  • Visit Monument Valley Hollywood filming location to see the scenery
  • This group includes tickets for Upper Antelope and Lower Antelope Canyon

Day 1Vancouver Phoenix Flagstaff

The Vancouver direct flight bound for the United States and arrived in Phoenix, Arizona, after noon. After a short lunch on board, head to Sedona and enjoy a 360-degree view of the beautiful city at sunset. Proceed to Flagstaff and check in to a local hotel.

Day 2Monument Valley

Depart in the morning for Monument Valley. Along the way, stop at the side of the road in front of the Utah sign to take a photo of the group. Let’s start with a visit to the first Trading Post. There is a museum that displays records of John Wayne’s western cowboy films, and there is a hut next to him. The museum records and preserves the furniture and everyday items of the past as a real antique shop. After lunch, everyone left to continue our journey. Pass by Mexican Hat to take photos of your group. Then to Forrest Gump. Forrest Gump is a 1994 blockbuster film in which the male lead Tom Hanks draws a crowd together for Monument Valley while running. Will be parked for everyone to take pictures. About dusk to Moab.

Day 3Arches National Park

After breakfast, head to the most famous Arches National Park in Utah. It is home to one of the largest concentrations of natural sandstone arches in the world. In addition to arches, there are countless large and small spiers, rock walls and other spectacular and peculiar geological phenomena. The middle sandstone has a very strong texture and color contrast, which is a paradise for photography lovers. Visit the most representative sightseeing spots in the park: You can watch the Delicate Arch (the first in the park), the Landscape Arch (the second) and the Twin Arches (the third) from the viewing stand. Afterwards, go to Richfield via Green River Town and stay at a local hotel.

Day 4Bryce Canyon

Today, in Southwest Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park is best known for its unique geology, due to soil erosion, many places in the canyon are the most popular and beautiful spots in the park, such as Sunrise Point, Sunset Point and Inspiration Point. The group members not only watched from a distance at the sightseeing spot in the park; When the weather is good, arrange everyone to shuttle between the stone pillars to take pictures, and take pictures of the beautiful scenery of Bryce Stone Forest up close.

Day 5Upper Antelope and Lower Antelope Canyon

The upper antelope is an A-shaped cave. The group took a four-wheel drive through miles of dry riverbed to Upper Antelope Canyon. When you step into the cracks of the canyon, you will be deeply attracted by the peach-colored texture of the mountain walls and the sunlight coming from above. There is indeed a mystical beauty here. In the afternoon, head to the Lower Antelope Canyon in the V-shaped cave. You can go deep into the valley floor and take pictures between the cracks in the rocks. After the tour, return to the hotel for rest. Lively groups can enjoy a cowboy dinner with live music.

Day 6Cameron Flagstaff Phoenix

Leave Page in the morning to go to Cameron Trading Post. Since 1911, a suspension bridge has been erected over the Little Colorado River, making it the first convenient access through the Grand Canyon at the time. Soon after, the trading post was built, and at that time only Navajo locals frequented it, exchanging their wool, blankets and livestock for dry goods. This trading post has been around for more than a century, and the people who work here have been there for generations. Now there’s a ton of Southwestern-inspired merchandise out there, so maybe you can find something you like. Even if you don’t have to shop, you can still enjoy the local cultural exhibits there. After that, we took a walk to Slippery Rock State Park and enjoyed the scenery. Afterwards, head to Sedona for lunch, where you will have your own free time to shop and enjoy the surrounding red rock scenery. Return to Phoenix in the evening and check into a local hotel.

Day 7Phoenix Vancouver

Return to Vancouver by direct flight at noon. End 7 days of wonderful and unforgettable fantasy journey.

Departure time and place

  • Vancouver International AirportTime: T.B.A.
Pricing (per person)
May 2, 2024
Double room
USD $2168
3rd / 4th person in the same room
USD $1928
October 13, 2024
Double room
USD $2368
3rd / 4th person in the same room
USD $2128
Single supplement
+ USD $475

Price Includes

  • Includes a round-trip air ticket from Vancouver, Canada
  • Includes eHome Travel Cantonese Tour leader and tour bus
  • Includes 7 nights hotel accommodation
  • Includes all designated attractions and National Parks tickets
  • Includes 1 piece of checked luggage on air ticket

Price Excludes

  • Driver + tour leader service fee USD 85.00 for the whole journey [ prepaid before departure ]
  • Meal expenses, tips for hotel and restaurant waiters
  • Room service fee
  • Any personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
Terms and Conditions

Payment Method

  • Deposit: USD 300 per person
  • Payments welcome in USD cash, cheque or direct deposit
  • VISA or MasterCard payment + 3% processing fee

Booking instructions

  • All group members must bring their own valid passports or visas to enter the US (the validity period is at least half a year from the return journey)
  • 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 of reservation (deducted per person)

  • Cancellation Fee: USD $50/room
  • 45 days before departure: total deposit
  • 30 days before departure: 50% of total cost
  • 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 group 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 sightseeing transportation vehicles and hotels used by the company have various regulations on the safety of passengers and luggage, and each organization has established various regulations to be responsible to tourists. Lost luggage, accidental casualties and property losses should be resolved according to the regulations made by different organizations, and the company has nothing to do with it.

As for hotel accommodation, meal tour procedures, etc., try to follow the company’s tour regulations. In case of special circumstances, such as bad weather, road blockages, strikes, local hotels suddenly full, original flight cancellations or delays, coups, etc. etc., but the itinerary and accommodation must be changed or cancel any travel program, the company has full rights to deal with it according to the situation at that time, so as to facilitate the group. Group members must also agree to bear losses and pay additional related expenses caused by special circumstances. We highly recommend purchasing appropriate 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. The entry and exit laws are established according to individual countries. If a person is refused entry by a certain country due to personal reasons, the responsibility is not related to the company, and the remaining journey will not be refunded, and the additional costs incurred thereby will not be related to. The company has nothing to do. The company reserves the right to cancel the departure date of any tour group prior to departure. In this case, the tour fee will be refunded in full. eHome Travel Group Inc. is not responsible for any cancellation of itinerary or departure date. If there is any change in the information, the final announcement of eHome Travel Group Inc. shall prevail. Please pay attention.