Experience the Arizona sunrise and the beautiful red rocks of Sedona before arriving in exciting Las Vegas! This two-day tour offers an overnight stay in Sedona, featuring the world famous red rock formations, as well as a tour of Grand Canyon National Park before traveling to the bright lights of Las Vegas.
This guided tour departs the Phoenix area at approximately 6:30am and arrives in Las Vegas the next day at approximately 7:30pm.
Packages start at $619 per person for double occupancy
Most hotels in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa and Tempe
Las Vegas, NV
Immediate non-refundable deposit of $150.00 is due at time of booking and will be applied to the final balance. The final balance is due 7 days prior to tour departure. The final balance is non-refundable. Cancellations made more than 7 days prior to tour departure will forfeit $150.00 deposit.
Private Tour Option
This tour can also be operated as a private tour. Contact a tour specialist for details.
Our vehicles are designed to carry up to 13 passengers on individual leather captains’ seats, and groups range from 8-13 passengers.
Our guides have many years of experience in leading tours throughout North America. Their knowledge and enthusiasm will ensure that everyone gets the most from each destination.
The hotel in Sedona will be 3-4 stars. The accommodation has been chosen to give passengers the best access to the National Park area. For those traveling alone there are single occupancy rates available.
This tour offers a wide range of walking opportunities, which require a reasonable level of fitness mostly due to possible elevation changes. The level of activity can be suited to and catered for almost all levels of fitness. It is not an activity holiday, just an active holiday.
Individual luggage must be kept to a maximum of one piece of luggage less than 50 pounds or one daypack less than or equal to 40 litres. It is recommended to travel with a small day pack for easy access to camera, sun block, and clothing. Most hotels can arrange to store bulky items pre-tour. We advise our clients to pack as lightly as possible.
Temperatures in Sedona and Grand Canyon are typically 15-30°F cooler than Phoenix and vary by season. We recommend our guests bring jackets in the event of changing weather patterns.
Post Tour Accommodation Packages
Post tours packages are available through your travel agent.
Travel insurance is a vital aspect to booking a holiday, giving you protection against unforeseen circumstances that could otherwise spoil your holiday. It is important that you purchase travel insurance that properly covers your participation in whatever activities you may undertake at the time that you make your booking.
Phoenix to Las Vegas with Sedona Overnight Tour
Departs Phoenix: approximately 6:30am
Arrives in Las Vegas the next day: approximately 7:30pm
To see Arizona’s colorful landscape, the Phoenix, AZ to Las Vegas, NV tour with overnight stay in Sedona gives you a chance to learn about ancient Native American civilizations, marvel at the spectacular landscapes of Sedona and the Grand Canyon, and explore local and Navajo artisans of Sedona and the Grand Canyon. After departing the Phoenix/Scottsdale area at approximately 6:30am, Montezuma’s Castle will be our first stop along the tour. This ancient cliff dwelling was built and used by the Sinagua people between approximately 1100 and 1425 AD. Enjoy a short walk out to the well-preserved ruins before the group moves north to Bell Rock, one of Sedona’s many famous red rock formations. Next, you’ll visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a Roman Catholic chapel built into the majestic buttes of Sedona. The next tour stop will be uptown Sedona where you’ll have several hours to relax and unwind amongst the red rocks for the rest of the day. The artsy town of Sedona offers shopping, tarot card readings, hiking, jeep rides and so much more. Check-in time at your selected hotel will be approximately 3:00pm.
Overnight in Sedona, AZ
Awake the next day to watch the sunrise over the stunning red rock formations of Sedona. Your guided tour will continue when your DETOURS guide meets you at the lobby of your hotel at approximately 9:30am to travel north through Oak Creek Canyon and the outskirts of the Route 66 town of Flagstaff. On our way to Grand Canyon, guests will enjoy magnificent views that open up in front of them at the stunning South Rim, the deepest and widest part of the Grand Canyon. While at the South Rim of the National Park, you will have opportunities to walk the rim, shop, capture an unlimited amount of photographs, or enjoy your lunch and relax with the best seat in the house. After lunch, your Las Vegas-based guide will meet you at the South Rim. Highlights on the tour from the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas include traveling over the Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge and along parts of the historic Route 66. Completed on October 19, 2010, the Mike O’Callaghan – Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge is one of the few connecting bridges that joins Arizona to Nevada. Once in Las Vegas, your DETOURS guide will drop you off at the hotel of your choice along the Las Vegas Strip at approximately 7:30pm. This tour does not include lodging in Las Vegas.
A $150 non-refundable tour deposit is due at the time of booking. This non-refundable deposit is included in the tour’s final price.
Lodging in Sedona, AZ
Meals: Lunch on day two and unlimited bottled water
Entrance fees to National Parks, tribal parks, or other named activities
Experienced and professional tour guide
Additional third party tours and activities not listed above
Meals not listed above
Incidental hotel fees
DETOURS tours offers small group touring in our custom vehicles featuring leather captain’s chairs for maximum comfort.
Because DETOURS travels with a maximum of 13 passengers, this allows us to take a flexible approach and take full advantage of touring opportunities in Grand Canyon and Sedona.
Due to the developing tourism industry in the area changes can and do occur in this type of program. Weather conditions, sometimes severe enough to limit where we can drive or walk, can also alter the program. As visitors, we will respect this, and remain flexible and open to local conditions, safety concerns and unforeseen opportunities. Our guides will do their best to keep things on track and in the event that our schedule changes, they will try to keep disruption to a minimum, consider your wishes and organize other options as far as it is reasonable and practical to do so.