100% 7-Day Grand Circle National Parks Bus Tour (Starts in LA or LV) (Product Code: 6-4372)
By: Anonymous | Mon Oct 17, 2016 at 07.07 PM
The tour itinerary is great, but on day# 3, we had to hike for almost 4 hours round trip in order to see the "Delicate arch". Only few young people could do it but more than 1/2 could not do it because it's too tough to hike and had to sta..y waiting in the bus for many hours.
The tour guy and the bus drivers are really good, they should receive as: $6 for tour guide and $4 for the bus driver daily.
Over all, this tour was really very good, too many places to see for a very reasonable price.
I love it and continue to book another tours with Tour4fun next year.Read full review
We were the three day National Park Tour. It involved covering a lot of miles between parks and a relatively tight schedule. Mike, our guide, kept everything moving and was so knowledgeable about everything that the long stretches between p..arks was kept interesting when it could have been nap time. I have already recommended this tour to a number of friends. Loved it. Mike was the best.Read full review
I went on this trip with my brother and his wife in mid-September. We selected this tour because it visited all the places we wanted to see. We found the experience to be outstanding and we highly recommend. We were on a tour bus with 11 pe..ople total, almost all from outside the US, and we quickly made friends. Our tour guide, Justin, was knowledgeable, competent, and attentive, making the experience enjoyable. He kept us on schedule without rushing people and gave us lots of background information on the sites we visited. We went to Zion, Bryce, and Antelope canyons, Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon within a packed three day trip. We especially want to thank the staff who located one of my relatives lost wallet the morning after the tour, then quickly delivered it to their hotel in Las Vegas. What great service! We highly recommend this tour.Read full review
What an amazing camping experience! (Even for a novice camper.) The tour is fast paced, fitting a lot of activity in a short amount of time. Our guide, Mandy, was very organized and informative. The beautiful landscape of this open country ..lends itself to outstanding photography. I loved Antelope Canyon, but my favorite site was Monument Valley on the second night. The open jeep tour really gives you a unique perspective of the open countryside. The traditional Navajo meal that evening was delicious. The best part was waking up that morning on the rim with the sunrise over the open landscape and the buttes in the foreground. The whole experience have me a very peaceful, grounded feeling. An added bonus that I wasn't expecting was the interaction with the international group. People from so many countries worked together setting up and breaking down the tents. I would definitely recommend this tour for any age groupRead full review
I took the 3-day tour to Zion, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon and Grand Canyon.
Mike, our tour guide, was great. Everything was very well organized and he was helpful with all we needed.
All sceneries were breathtaking, s..pecially the sunset in Bryce Canyon and the sunrise in Monument Valley.
I highly recommend.Read full review
Awesome time with my girlfriend and mother. Jenn is a very experience and hardworking tour guide. Everything we experienced was amazing. My mother made sure she took a card from Jennie so that she can be sure to book another trip in the nea..r future soon. This was much more than just a sightseeing tour. We learned a lot about history, culture, geology and much more. This tour was educational as well as entertaining. By day two of the trip, we felt like we were on a road trip amongst friends and I think that was the design of the tour.Read full review
From the moment Mike picked us up (in plenty of time to load up ) from the moment he dropped us off we had the most amazing adventure.This company really knows its stuff.You needn't worry about anything as everything is planned with precisi..on and delivered with expertise.Mike's commentaries were illuminating and delivered in a lovely easy listening style with lots of stories along the way but all pitched perfectly. We had 12 travellers,I think the bus can hold 14 and we were comfy (some people swapped around the front seat to stretch their legs but we were fine at the back) MIke made plenty of comfort stops very welcome to us aged adventurers. On that note (being pensioners)we coped very well with the camping (with some assitance where needed) and the walks that Mike recommended for us were appropriate while the youngsters set off on more challenging trecks.(the lodges we saw also looked very nice but we were pleased we camped) The variety of scenery on this tour is mind boggling.All the Diné guides (they don't like the term Navajo) were beautiful people who shared so much (even an oil skin coat for my knees when we had a downpour returning from Monument Valley) We will never forget this experience. Our helicopter flight in the Grand Canyon was cancelled due to bad weather in the west but a refund appeared promptly and we still had a great day.If you are thinking of taking this trip from Vegas please don't hesitate it will be the trip of a lifetime !!Read full review
This was a great trip, well worth the cost. The day was unfortunately wet and soggy, it rained almost all day; however, Sheldon's spirits were not dampened. I did not know that we would stop and hike out to Horseshoe Bend, that was the mo..st amazing unexpected sight that could have happened. The trip out to Antelope Canyon was exciting and even though there wasn't the light I hoped for, it was still not disappointing. I would certainly recommend this trip and would even take it again myself.Read full review
The most outstanding sites in 3 days from Las Vegas: Zion, Bryce Canyon, view Lake Powell, Antelope (optional, but well worth to visit), Monument Valley and Grand Canyon (south rim). Excellent organization with well established journeys of ..up to 2 hours, alternating with visits/free time on sites with tips to make the most of walks to do. We opted for the hotels version: first night in a hotel room with new part comfort 3/4 stars. Second night Goulding's Historic Lodge-room with a private balcony and view of Monument Valley to witness the fabulous sunrise !!! A picture engraved in living memory. A really good choice Do not hesitate to pay the little extra for the two dinners offered (a bbq and a Navajo meal). My English is limited, I have not fully appreciated the comments of our driver / guide, Jake, but this one was very knowledgeable, friendly, and seemed to share with us the pleasure of discovery. Would recommend if you have time. AMAZING!Read full review
"This is without a doubt the best tour I have ever been on. Our guide Joe was great, he was chatty, it wasn't ever awkward and he was really knowledgeable about the places we were visiting. He was able to advise us on any questions we had a..nd was very approachable. This is a jam-packed trip and suitable if you're limited for time. You spend a couple of hours at each national park so look at the 7 day version of this trip they offer if you would rather have longer at all the places. We were only in the states for a week so this was perfect. We started with a pick-up point outside the back of the Stratosphere Hotel - which is good as it means you don't have to spend time picking up every traveller from their individual hotels. There were 12 of us is in our mini van and a nice variety of nationalities. You spend nearly all your time with everyone so the social side is a huge bonus. We set out to Zion National park - which is breathtaking. You can hike to see the Emerald Pools on this trip. It's worth noting you don't have a guide for all the parts of the tour - but you're provided with maps and advice regarding the best routes. This is perfect for us as sometimes we wanted time alone to explore. You can obviously choose these parts to do solo or with the other travellers in your group. We then went to Bryce canon from here which was again stunning. The landscapes just get increasingly more and more beautiful. The highlight for me was camping on the rim in Monument Valley. You are literally facing the beautiful landscape that is nostalgic for Wild West fans. The campsites are really cosy - all essential camping gear is provided, you are helped with setting up the camp and there is access to good quality showers and bathrooms. The main site even has wifi which is luxury. Obviously the Grand Canyon is another amazing aspect of this trip. The minivans are air-conditioned and have a couple of USB charge points. There are also lots of souvenir shops along route. Another highlight was travelling on route 66 and stopping at a local café for shakes. You pay a bit extra for evening meals ($50ish incl. the trip to Antelope), but they're all tasty and there is loads to go around.
All in all I can't emphasise how great this trip is, especially if you are only in the States for a short amount of time or haven't visited these locations before. I'd have been comfortable on this trip if I was a solo traveller as well (as there were a few in our group) as everyone is friendly and there are plenty of opportunities for social activity, such as s'mores around the campfire."Read full review