If you’re looking for the perfect way to explore some of the West’s most iconic national parks, this tour is for you. The Triple Canyon Scheduled Departure Tour includes Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion park tours. You’ll spend six days exploring these and other outdoor destinations throughout Southern Utah.
While this may be a scheduled departure tour, don’t assume that means you’ll be riding a tour bus with dozens of other travelers. Utah Luxury Tours specializes in elevated national park tours. Our luxury tour operations include small-group sizes, high-end transportation, and the best accommodations in every destination.
If you’re looking for the perfect national park tours for your next vacation, keep reading. We’re breaking down everything you should know about our Triple Canyon Scheduled Departure Tour.
The Triple Canyon Tour is a semi-private tour of three of the country’s most well-known national parks. The tour can accommodate just eight guests, ensuring an intimate experience and plenty of one-on-one time to ask your guide questions.
Tour prices are based on double occupancy, with single occupancy available for an additional fee. Your tour registration price includes entrance fees to national and state parks, all lodging, transportation, airport transfers, and breakfast, lunches, snacks, and refreshments. In the case of these Utah vacation packages, the fee also includes a Lake Powell Scenic Boat Ride as well as an Antelope Canyon Tour. Of course, our national park tours always include an experienced professional guide.
Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion Park Tours: What to Expect
Our Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion Park tours kick off in Las Vegas. Your guide will meet you at the airport in a luxurious 12-15 passenger high-top touring van—your first taste of our luxury tour operations! You’ll meet the other travelers on your tour, and stay the night in a hotel in Las Vegas.
Day Two: Bryce Canyon Tours
First thing in the morning, your Bryce Canyon tours begin. You’ll travel from Las Vegas to Bryce Canyon National Park, where you’ll discover the incredible rock formations that make this park so iconic. Gaze in wonder at the towering hoodoos, spire-like rock formations formed by erosion by wind and water over millions of years. Stand at the edge of the amphitheater, and watch as the canyon changes colors with the shifting sun.
Day Three: Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon
After staying the night near Bryce Canyon, you’ll make your way to Lake Powell on day three. Today, you’ll have a chance to take a relaxing boat ride on the lake or enjoy one of the most popular Utah walking tours; a trip through Antelope Canyon. Led by a native Navajo guide, you’ll climb up and down a series of wooden ladders as you descend into this incredible red and orange slot canyon.
Day Four: The Grand Canyon
On day four, you’ll travel to one of the seven wonders of the world. You’ll be visiting the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the lesser-known section of the national park that sees just a fraction of its visitors. Spend some time enjoying the unspoiled and uncrowded views of the canyon, before making your way to Springdale, the gateway to Zion National Park. Tonight, you’ll stay in the beautiful Cliffrose Lodge, which is situated on the Virgin River and offers views of Zion’s peaks above its lush botanical gardens.
Day Five: Zion Park Tours
Having stayed just outside of the park’s gates, it’s easy to get an early start on our Zion park tours on day five. This incredible national park offers a wide variety of hiking trails for every experience level. Your guide will help you pick the best ones as you hit the highlights in this special park. At the end of the day, you’ll journey back to Las Vegas for dinner before saying goodnight on the final night of your adventure.
Day Six: Departure
After enjoying a tasty breakfast, your guide will transfer you back to Harry Reid International Airport for your flight home.
Book the Triple Canyon Scheduled Departure Tour Today
We offered four dates for this popular tour in 2023. Both our May and June tours sold out before their departure date. We have two remaining scheduled departures for this tour this year—but you’ll want to act fast to book your spot!
The remaining tour dates are Monday, September 18 through Saturday, September 23, and Monday, October 16 through Saturday, October 21. We also have three dates already planned for 2024 if you’re looking to get a headstart on your travel plans!
If the dates for these popular Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, and Zion park tours sell out or if they don’t work with your schedule, don’t fret. Utah Luxury Tours has plenty of other scheduled departures and private tours to choose from. You can even book our Triple Canyon Tour itinerary as a private tour.
Ready to start planning your next adventure? Check out our upcoming national park tours today to find the right one for you!