Awestruck, I tell ya! This park is immense. This park is incredibly beautiful. This park cannot be fairly reviewed on a blog. It is a must see. Bryce Canyon will be a different experience at sunrise, noon, sunset, and under the starry night. I cannot...More
See two of Utah’s national parks, Bryce Canyon and Zion, on a stress-free bus tour of both parks. Known for their grand scenery of cliffs and plateaus, the parks are close together and roughly a 3- or 4-hours drive from Las Vegas. Your guide takes the most efficient itinerary from Vegas and within the parks for maximum sightseeing. All details are taken care of, including a picnic lunch.
Get picked up in either a luxury SUV or mini-coach from your Las Vegas hotel, and quickly hit the road for the roughly 4-hour drive to Bryce Canyon. Listen as your guide tells you about the park’s history and geology.
Arrive at Bryce Canyon National Park, and see the colorful Claron limestone rock formations, including slot canyons, windows, fins, and spires called hoodoos.
Stop for a picnic lunch, which is provided.
Continue to Zion National Park at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert provinces in southwestern Utah. Drive past the park’s high plateaus and cliffs, and its maze of narrow sandstone canyons and rock towers. See Kolob Arch, one of the world’s largest, and other highlights as you make your way through the park.
After a full day of exploration, your transportation returns you to your original departure point.