10 Days , 5 Cities
Welcome to Salt Lake City!
Arrive at the Salt Lake City Airport. You will be welcomed (meet and greet) by your driver/guide and transferred to your hotel.
Let's Begin the Adventure
After breakfast, depart privately with your driver/guide to the historic town of Moab, where the area and the surroundings were inhabited by a tribe of ancient Indians, perhaps as early as 10,000 years ago.
On the way, you pass through the small town of Provo, which is bounded on the east by towering mountain peaks, and on the west by Utah Lake, an important recreation area. The Mormons came to the valley searching for a region where they could practice their religion, free from hostile mobs and persecution in 1847. Your guide, en route, explains the insight into the Mormons’ history and the Mormon settlers. Stop to admire the Canyonlands National Park preserves a colorful landscape eroded into numerous canyons, buttes, and mesas by the Colorado River, the Green River, and their respective tributaries. Mesa Arch is one of the shortest hikes in Canyonlands National Park. It has a stunning vista from the arch and is well-known for being one of the most picturesque arches at sunrise.
At the end of the tour, you will return to your hotel to rest and reflect on your incredible journey.
Scenic Drive in the Arches National Park
In the morning, depart to the north of Moab with your tour guide to reach the Arches National Park, which contains the world’s largest concentration of natural sandstone. A paved scenic drive takes you to many of the major viewpoints within the park. Back to your hotel for lunch and rest.
Afternoon, you meet with your photographer 2-3 hours before sunset, stopping to shoot several scenic places along the way to the sunset location, and you return to Moab about an hour after sunset. Our professional photographer recommends that you eat your evening meal before starting your tour.
Moab Giants Dinosaur Park & Museum
Today, you start a journey back in time to the Moab Giants Dinosaur Park with your private guide. The Dinosaur Park is located at the southern point of the Dinosaur Diamond, a region with a high concentration of fossilized dinosaur footprints. ½ mile trail features over 100 full-size replicas of the dinosaurs in the area and the footprints they left behind. The park is a fantastic combination of indoor and outdoor exhibits where technology meets prehistory.
The perfect technology brings the past to life in Tracks Museum exhibits, highlighting fossil footprints and their impact on dinosaur science and geology. Moab Giants is a unique experience of the ages for all ages, where the stories and insights behind the marks these Giants left on the world.
Dinner and overnight in Moab.
Natureland – Valley of The Gods
In the morning, depart to Monument Valley with your driver/guide from the hotel. En route, explore Valley of the Gods, a scenic backcountry area in southeastern Utah near Mexican Hat. The Valley offers isolated buttes, towering pinnacles, and wide-open spaces that seem to go on forever. The Bears Ears National Monument is a scenic valley that boasts stunning sandstone formations and is also formerly bordered by the Valley of the Gods.
Then, you arrive at Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park, one of the most majestic and photographed points on earth. This great valley boasts sandstone masterpieces that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet, and the sun’s angle provides simply spellbinding scenery. Monument Valley perhaps provides the most enduring and definitive images of the American West. The place is also recognized by travelers as “John Wayne country” because of classic western films starring John Wayne in the Valley.
In the afternoon, take a self-guided Goulding’s Museum & Trading Post. The museum opened in 1989 as both a showcase of artifacts and a glimpse into a bygone era and is comprised of several different areas. The first is the “Trading Post Bull Pen,” the heart of the trading post back in its glory days. The next one is the “Ware Room,” which was just during the trading post era. At that time, this room has stored the bags of raw wool, crates of coffee, and saddles.
Dinner and overnight in Monument Valley.
Thunderbird Mesa - Page
After breakfast, continue to explore Monument Valley with your driver/guide, such as Artist’s Point, Totem Pole, Three Sisters, John Ford’s Points, North Window, and the East and West Mittens. The area south of the 17-mile scenic drive and just south of Thunderbird Mesa contains a cluster of nice arches nearby where you can stop to discover the Sun’s Eye and Ear of the Wind that are both eroded in DeChelly sandstone.
In the afternoon, depart for Page, a small town in northern Arizona located on the southern shores of magnificent Lake Powell and near the Glen Canyon Dam. Dinner and Overnight in Pace.
Explore Southern Red Rock Country with Masterclass Photographer
Today, after breakfast, explore the crimson colors of the desert as the season change in Southern Red Rock Country. Southern Utah is one of the most beautifully scenic areas of the country and is home to many National Parks and Monuments. Your private photographer will be with you to capture the sweeping grandeur of the Red Rock country at a time that allows for all-day exploration of the region’s exquisite details. The peek-a-boo slot canyon is truly a photographer’s dream. You get many inspiring professional photographs exploring a little longer for that truly spectacular composition.
Today’s journey will be admirable and unforgettable, and the captured photos with the professional photographer will remain great memories of this trip.
Dinner and overnight in Page.
Admire Lake Powell by Private-Powerboat
Today is another unforgettable journey!!
After breakfast, private transfer to lake Powell to explore the iconic landscapes of beautiful canyons and rocky ridges that are unique to this region by the waterside. You take a 2-hour private powerboat charter exploring beautiful Lake Powell accompanied by an experienced Captain.
The lake is an artificial creation of the Glen Canyon Dam, which began the 11-year flooding process in 1969 and today is home to some of the glassiest water in the world.
Enjoy the boats back and forth through the cliffs of the Glen Canyon, including the iconic Horseshoe Bend. Then reach the beautiful Lower Antelope Canyon, one of the world’s most famous slot canyons. Afterward, admire The Navajo Sandstone, a geologic formation in the Glen Canyon. Over 80 side canyons in the colorful Navajo Sandstone contained clear streams, abundant wildlife, arches, natural bridges, and thousands of Native American archeological sites. This time with the beauty of the place, you will be the actual photographer. Lunch in Resort and Marina in Lake Powell.
Explore the Navajo Bridge and the Grand Canyon’s North Rim
Today, leave Page City towards Zion National Park to continue your adventure, passing through the picturesque Navajo Bridge over the Colorado River and traveling along the scenic Highway 89-A following its colorful swirls of Slickrock, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. On the way, you visit the Grand Canyon’s North Rim with your private guide. The canyon views are spectacular from every vantage point and much less crowded than South Rim. Enjoy the provided picnic lunch with the scenery.
Afternoon, arrive at Zion National Park, passing through the Carmel Junction Tunnel. If daylight time allows, you hike the Zion landscape.
Dinner and overnight in Zion National Park.
Admire the Beauty of The Zion National Park
Your private guide takes you on an adventure in Zion National Park. Zion means a place of peace and refuge as a place with over 146,000 acres of cliffs, canyons, diverse plant and animal life, and uninterrupted beauty. The Park is in southern Utah near the city of Springdale, not far from Las Vegas, and is always ready to quench your appetite for outdoor wonder. Hop aboard the park’s shuttle to explore the beauties of the landscape, selecting one of the trails such as The Watchman Trail, Upper or Lower Emerald Pools Trail.
One of the exciting places in Zion is the Grafton Ghost Town, a one-time filming location of the famous Wild West film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The site includes several historical buildings and an old cemetery. A visit to Grafton makes for a pleasant stroll through history.
Dinner and overnight in Zion National Park.
Enjoy the Narrows Breathtakingly Beautiful
Today you continue to explore with your guide the Zion National Park. The Narrows is the most popular hike and one of the world’s best slot canyon hikes n Zion National Park. Hop on the park shuttle, and after a 6-miles (10 km) scenic drive, reach The Narrows. The trail is the Virgin River. The canyon is so narrow that the river covers the bottom in many spots, so you must plan to get wet. The cool water makes this hike particularly pleasant during the hot months of summer. Enjoy the surroundings are breathtakingly beautiful.
Private Transfer to Las Vegas Airport
After breakfast, your guide picks you up from your hotel for airport transfer to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.
* Your transfer time is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from the Zion National Park to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.
Starting from $13,560 per person
Price per person in double occupancy
The rate is based on first-class accommodation
Price excluding international flights and domestic flights
This trip is customizable for your private travel.
Please inquire to request a quote for your custom trip!
Request a quote for a trip fully customized to your preferences.
- 11-night hotel accommodation – select from options ranging from top elite luxury hotels to trendy boutique hotels
- Meals, as mentioned in the program
- The confirmed final itinerary highlights and experiences will show you where the local private guide or shared tour is
- A private driver for tours and transfers
- Entrance fees of the National Parks
- A fully customized itinerary based on your interests and schedule
- 24/7 in-destination support from our local office
Sightseeing Highlights Included
- Visit the historic town of Moab.
- Pass through the small town of Provo.
- Learn about the insight into the Mormons’ history and the Mormon settlers.
- Explore the Canyonlands National Park.
- See Mesa Arch is one of the shortest hikes in Canyonlands National Park.
- Scenic drive in the Arches National Park.
- Visit the Moab Giants Dinosaur Park & Museum.
- Discover the Monument Valley
- En route, explore Valley of the Gods, a scenic backcountry area in southeastern Utah near Mexican Hat.
- The Bears Ears National Monument
- Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park
- Take a self-guided Goulding’s Museum & Trading Post
- Explore Artist’s Point, Totem Pole, Three Sisters, John Ford’s Points, North Window, and the East and West Mittens.
- Scenic drive to Thunderbird Mesa
- Discover both the Sun’s Eye and Ear of the Wind eroded in DeChelly sandstone.
- Visit the small town of Page.
- Explore Southern Red Rock Country with Masterclass Photographer.
- Admire Lake Powell by Private-Powerboat.
- Explore the Navajo Bridge and the Grand Canyon’s North Rim.
- Admire the Beauty of The Zion National Park.
- Enjoy the Narrows Breathtakingly Beautiful.
5 Days , 3 Cities