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Full Day: Grand Canyon Complete Tour from Sedona or Flagstaff

From US$164.03
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  • Save time by booking an all-inclusive Grand Canyon full-day tour
  • Travel through Oak Creek Canyon, Sunset Crater, and Painted Desert
  • Stop at the historic Cameron trading post for lunch and souvenirs
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Full Day: Grand Canyon Complete Tour from Sedona or Flagstaff
From US$164.03
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Full Day: Grand Canyon Complete Tour from Sedona or Flagstaff
From US$164.03
Overview

Save time and money on this tour of the Grand Canyon and surrounding attractions from Sedona. The tour includes lunch, entrance fees, and round-trip transportation from hotels in Sedona or Flagstaff. Along with exploring the canyon’s East and South Rims, you see the Painted Desert and Sunset Crater. Plus, hear insightful commentary while you travel in comfort.

What to Expect

Begin the tour with a pickup from your Sedona or Flagstaff hotel. Meet your group and guide, and relax during a ride along scenic Route 89A through Oak Creek Canyon.

Drive through Flagstaff and see one of Arizona’s youngest volcanoes and lava fields at Sunset Crater. Next, stop at Wupatki National Monument, home to ruins of prehistoric Native American dwellings, ancient pueblos, and red-rock outcroppings.

Enter the vast Navajo Indian Reservation, and see the colorful cliffs of the Painted Desert. Stop at historic Cameron Trading Post, where you lunch in the dining room overlooking the Little Colorado River Gorge, and shop for souvenirs if you'd like. Then, head toward the Grand Canyon.

Stop at the East and South Rim, with time for photo opportunities along the way. See Canyon Village, Railroad Station, and Kolb Studio.

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1 - 5 of 21 reviews

Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Bucket list completion

Viewing the Grand Canyon was the last item on my husband's and my bucket list. Decided on a bus tour to avoid the hassle of navigating crowds and finding parking. Excellent decision. Mark our guide picked us up at our Sedona hotel, bringing extra charging...More

Thank Travis T
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Amazing

We'd never been to the Grand canyon so we decided to take a tour. Since it was our first time it was the best decision ever! Had we went on our own, we still would have seen the beautiful sights, but we wouldn't have learned...More

Thank Leah G
Reviewed 1 week ago
Grand Canyon Tour from Sedona, AZ

Christian was a fun guide with lots of interesting information which made the trip fly by. I'd recommend Christian to anyone who wants knowledge of what to do in Sedona and info related to the Grand Canyon.

Thank Ron H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour

Smoke was our driver. Very knowledgeable. Somewhat short stops but gave a great overview for a return visit

Thank Schneider231
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Sedona pick up, Grand Canyon Train ride, South rim tour

We took the tour that included the one way train ride; this was pretty fun. I encourage people to do this at least once. If you are only doing the Grand Canyon for one day, I recommend this tour. It is designed to maximize a...More

3  Thank tvg20062018
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27 April 2018|
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Response from Gus B | Reviewed this property |
from our hotel in Flagstaff pickup was at 8:30 am to drop off at 5:30 - 9 hours total. About half the time you are traveling and stopping for a long lunch break at the Cameron Trading Post. So nice to sit back, relax and... More
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197bongo
9 April 2018|
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Response from Gus B | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend calling the tour company to answer that before booking. From what we experienced, an elderly couple was with the group and seem to be enjoying the tour but not walking out far as others. Except fortwo... More
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