● The only
one day Monument Valley bus tour.
Also goes to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.
This is a
very long day. You depart Las Vegas at about 5
a.m., and get back about 18 to 19 hours later. If
you would prefer a shorter Monument Valley tour, please
Monument Valley air/ground tour.
heads north out of Las Vegas, up Interstate 15, into
Arizona, and through the Virgin River Gorge. At
the top of the Gorge you enter Utah to the south of the
small town of St. George, where there is a refueling and
comfort stop. At the even smaller settlement of
Hurricane we leave the freeway behind, and travel
through the twin towns of Hilldale and Colorado City, on
the Utah/Arizona border, where polygamy is still
passing through Kanab, we proceed through the Grand
Staircase-Escalante National Monument, before reaching
Page, on the shores of Lake Powell. This is where
the fun really starts, as you leave on a Navajo (Indian)
led, off road, tour of Antelope Canyon, with its amazing
colors, textures and rock formations.
The road to
Monument Valley travels across the Navajo reservation,
and as you get closer to the tribal park you will start
to see the mesas, buttes and other rock formations for
which the region is so famous. At Monument Valley
there is an optional back country tour, which is also
led by a Navajo. if you choose not to do that, you
will check out the sights and vistas from the Visitor
returning to Page there is an easy hike to Horseshoe
Bend, which is an amazing view of the Colorado River, as
it twist its way around a butte in the river. You
will take in this view form high above, gazing down
through the canyon walls. The tour ends in Vegas.
one day Monument Valley bus tour
in a lot more detail.
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