Country Travel Discoveries 2017 Discovery Tours Catalog (Final Edition) : Page 31

Unforgettable Views Over Grand Canyon NP Grand Canyon & Red Rocks Discover Ancient Desert Wonders in Five Great U.S. National Parks Explore 5 great National Parks in spellbinding Red Rock Country—including the 4,000-feet-deep and 277-mile-long Grand Canyon! Sunset at the canyon is simply spectacular. You’ll also thrill to towering rock formations in Sedona…the natural rock bridges of Arches National Park…grand mesas, buttes and pinnacles in Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks…radiant cliffs at Capitol Reef National Park, which the Navajo called “sleeping rainbows”…and a visit to an ancient Pueblo village in the heart of Navajo Country. The textures, colors and contours of these vibrant desert landscapes across five national parks will take your breath away! Montezuma Castle DAY 1 –IN THE CITY OF THE SUN This evening, meet your friendly travel companions at tonight’s welcome reception and hear about the excitement ahead. DAY 2–SEDONA Start your canyon experience by visiting the historic Indian ruins of Montezuma Castle, preserved cliff dwellings carved into the sandstone cliffs. Then thrill to a scenic desert drive to Sedona, a city surrounded by unbelievable towering rock formations. Enjoy a visit to Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. Then explore the eclectic shops and galleries of Sedona on your own, or join us on a fully narrated trolley tour. Later, relax and enjoy the views from your balcony, or get an up-close look at the desert on our optional jeep tour. B Op Option—Sedona Trolley Take in all the best places around town on a fun-filled trolley tour, including a stop at the remarkable Chapel of the Holy Cross and a breathtaking photo stop at Airport Mesa. Price: $2 per person . $22 Option—Pink Jeep Tour Sign up for this thrilling off-road adventure and learn about the fascinating history of this region, plus get plenty of photo opportunities of the awe-inspiring Red Rock formations. Price: $70 per person . DAY 3–GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK This morning, travel through Oak Creek Canyon, a steep, narrow and very colorful gorge, then get ready for your visit to the south rim of the Grand Canyon! After receiving a detailed history of the park at Mather Observation Point, enjoy some free time at the rim and maybe even do some hiking if you choose. Cap off the day with the Park’s famed Sunset Tour to catch the canyon sunset. B, L CONTINUED ON PAGE 32  G li Go Gob lin n Va V a ll lle y UTAH Gb St a t Sta te e P Pa a r rk k Arc hes A h es N a Na at t 'l l Pa rk k NPS Moab M Nevada N An Ana na a s saz az i In ndia n Vil V l la lag ag e St ate e Park Es E s ca la nt e =LRQ1DW·O Park C apit Cap ito to l R Re ee ef 1DW 1D W·O O3 3DU DUN B yce Bry e Ca n nyon Colora a d do o 1DW·O3DUN Monument men t Valley V y Lake Navajo o Triba al a l Park Powell Grand d Canyo n 1DW·O O3DU N Gran d Ca C any on n Vill V lag e Se S ed do ona Fl l ag gst s af f Elevations reach 7,000 ft on this tour New Mexic co o Ca C a l li if fornia a P h oe Ph o eni n x ARIZONA 855-744-TRIP (8747) 31 NPS N S /M /Mi Mi ch M cha ha h a e el l Qu Q i inn in nn n n

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