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Tour From Salt Lake City to Arches National Park, Moab, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, Antelope
Canyon, North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Las Vegas

This is a five day tour that starts in Salt Lake City and finishes in Las Vegas.  It takes in almost every spectacular and amazing sight in the great parks of the southwest.  It is designed to be undertaken at the end of one of our Yellowstone tours.  The tour runs every second Sunday outside the winter months.  Tour dates can be seen here.

Tour Highlights

This is a smaller, more personal tour.  The average number of people last year was only six

Mule ride down into the Grand Canyon River rafting on the Colorado River
Lake Powell boat cruise A lot of exposure to the Navajo people and their culture
Off road tour to Antelope Canyon

Off road Monument Valley tour, INCLUDING the restricted area 

Option of a Grand Canyon plane ride

Watching a rodeo at Bryce ... and much more! 

Bundu Bashers also offers a selection of three day tours from Las Vegas, that take in several of the same parks.  Details on these can be found here.   The Grand Canyon and more tour from Salt Lake City, as well as one of the three day tours from Vegas, is designed to be undertaken in conjunction with one of our popular Yellowstone tours. 

Details of the five day tour starting in Salt Lake may be found here, the cost may be located here, and tour dates can be found here. This tour can be ordered online here. 


Day Route Distance
& Time
Pre tour

Not applicable

Not applicable

You'll need to arrive in Salt Lake City the day before, as our tour leaves at about 8 a.m.  We are happy to book your Salt Lake hotel for you, as we generally get some good deals. The cost of this hotel will be passed on to you.   If you've just finished one of our Yellowstone tours, we'll pick you up at the same hotel at which we dropped you off.


Salt Lake City to Arches National Park

Route Map

235 miles
(376 km)

4 1/4 hours

Depart Salt Lake at about 8.00 a.m. Travel to Arches National Park.



Arches National Park

Rest of the day

We'll arrive at Arches at about midday.  Arches National Park has the highest concentration of natural arches in the world. It is home to well over 2000 sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, in addition to a variety of unique geological resources and formations. The incredible features of the park, including balanced rocks, spires, fins and pinnacles, are highlighted by a striking environment of contrasting colors, landforms and textures.

Our trip starts at the Visitors' Center with a briefing from a ranger, to prepare you for the Fiery Furnace. The hike is only about two miles long, but it will take approximately three hours, as you clamber up and down rocks, and through narrow slot canyons. A ranger leads the tour, as it is too easy to get lost in the Furnace if you go on your own. We may have a sack lunch in the Fiery Furnace, failing which we'll eat it after the hike. You don't have to do the Fiery Furnace tour if you don't want to, and our guide can drop you elsewhere in Arches for that time, if you choose.   Please be aware that there are some days that the Fiery Furnace tour is sold out.

There are numerous other arches, spires and fins to see, and, depending on time constraints, we'll take in a selection of the Windows arches, Double Arch, Landscape Arch, Double O Arch and Skyline Arch. The second highlight of the day is a hike up to the top of the Delicate Arch. Delicate Arch is the most famous arch in the world, and Utah's state symbol.  At three miles round trip, this is not a particularly long hike, but it may not be for everyone. There is a vertical altitude gain of 500 feet over the slickrock for which the area is famous, and it may be hot, but the view at the top makes up for the effort to get there. You are welcome to sit out the hike if you choose.

After an enjoyable stay in one of the world's most unique area, it's time to go to Moab.                                                                                              TOP

One Arches to Moab 5 miles
(8 km)

15 minutes

Travel to Moab, Utah's outdoor capital. Check into your motel, and you're on your own for dinner. Spend the night in Moab.

Two Moab to Colorado River Half day

Today is a day that is full of action, with the first activity being river rafting.  The rafting company will take you to the mighty Colorado River, close to Moab. Assuming that it is not too deep into the summer, and the water has not subsided too much, you'll get to shoot some rapids in the company of experienced river guides. If you do not go rafting, you'll get a refund which may vary depending on the number of people in the group and the time of year. If you're a biking nut, the world's most famous mountain bike trail, the Slickrock Trail, is in Moab, and we'd be happy to take you there instead. You can rent a bike and we will give you a refund for the rafting.

We'll have a sack lunch before leaving Moab, or eat lunch on the road out of town. 


Moab to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Route Map

155 miles
(248 km)

2 3/4 hours

Travel to Monument Valley
Two Monument Valley 3 to 3 1/2 hours

Up next is a 3 to 3 1/2 hour tour of Monument Valley, conducted by a Navajo guide. Visitors love to see the buttes, mesas and other sandstone formations that are so prevalent in the Monument Valley area. Monument Valley is actually not really a valley at all, but a relatively flat plain surrounded by red cliffs, with the buttes, as well as the remnants of ancient volcanoes, towering from the earth. 

For fans of old western movies, Monument Valley is the epicenter of the west, with many great cowboys and Indians films having been shot in the area. The familiar rock shapes can be seen from many miles away, with the really great scenery to be seen on the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, which straddles the Utah/Arizona border. 

Amongst the sites that your tour will likely take in are Anasazi ruins, petroglyphs, movie locations, 1000 foot monoliths, rug weaving and Indian hogans. All the famous monuments are visited, as well as the restricted area, which contains many rock windows and arches of unique shapes. 

At the gateway to the park is a section of road with little huts on both sides, where you can shop for Navajo souvenirs, and sample Navajo Tacos and fry bread, foods that are unique to the Navajo Nation. 



Monument Valley to Page

Route Map

132 miles
(211 km)

2 3/4 hours

Travel from Monument Valley to Page, the little town right next to Lake Powell.
Two Page Not applicable Spend the night in Page.  Examples of the motels we use can be seen here.  You're on your own for dinner.  A continental breakfast is provided the next morning.
Three Page to Antelope Canyon and return to Page About 2 hours This morning you're going to visit one of the most fascinating areas you will ever see.   Antelope Canyon is one of those places that adorns the walls of photo galleries around America.   Antelope Canyon is one of the most striking slot canyons known to man.  A slot canyon is a narrow canyon sliced through a mesa by the forces of nature. Some canyons measure less than a yard across at the top, but drop a hundred feet or more from the rim to the bottom. Slots are cut and scoured by water and wind, with the striations of the sandstone becoming almost incandescent. From within you will see a palette of colors transmuted by light filtering down from above and bouncing from wall to wall. Antelope Canyon can only be visited using the services of an authorized Navajo Nation guide, from whom you'll have the opportunity to learn something about the history and lore of the Navajo people.


Three Page Your choice

There is an opportunity between the Antelope Canyon tour and the Lake Powell boat cruise to take a flight, from the Page airport, over the Grand Canyon.  We will take you to the airport, from where you can take the flight.  There is a surcharge for this flight, which varies in length.  A minimum of four people is required for the flight to depart, or you can pay for four.

You are also welcome to wander around town, shopping, and to grab a bite to eat.

Three Page to Lake Powell 10 miles
(16 km)

20 minutes

Travel to Lake Powell
Three Lake Powell 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours Take a cruise on Lake Powell, through the canyons and rocks that were submerged when Glen Canyon was flooded. The exact cruise that will be taken will depend on the water level and the time of the year, but is likely to be the Antelope Canyon cruise.

Three Lake Powell to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Route Map

122 miles
(195 km)

2 1/2 hours

Travel to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. You're on your own for dinner. Spend the night. 

Note that if reservations are made late, it may not be possible to obtain lodging at the North Rim. Lodging at the North Rim is extremely limited and generally sells out more than six months ahead of time.  If that is the case, we'll stay in the Marble Canyon area and travel to the Grand Canyon in the morning. 

Four North Rim Half day

In our opinion, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is the Rim to see.  It is only open during the summer.  Only about 10 percent of the people who go to the Grand Canyon visit the North Rim, which is not as easy to get to.  Cape Royal and Angel's Window are two of the sights that are far more spectacular than anything the South Rim has to offer.  

This morning we're going for a half day mule ride down into the Grand Canyon. You will make a vertical descent of 2300 feet, to the Supai Tunnel.  Please note that if you weigh more than 200 pounds, or cannot speak, or understand instructions in, English, the mule company will not allow you on the trip.  If you do not go on the mule ride, you'll get a refund which may vary depending on the number of people in the group and the time of year.


Four Mule ride pick up point to Cape Royal and Angel's Window 3 hours

Time permitting, we'll travel to what we believe is the most amazing view at the top of either rim, Cape Royal and Angel's Window.  

The road there is twisting and somewhat tortuous, but the view is well worth the drive!  The visit will have to be reasonably quick if we're to get to Bryce in time for the nightly rodeo.

Four North Rim to Bryce Canyon, via Kanab

Route Map

159 miles
(255 km)

255 kilometres

3 1/4 hours

Depart the Grand Canyon, and travel through the Kaibab National Forest on our way to the small town of Kanab, on the border between Arizona and Utah. We'll stop for a little while to look at the town and do some shopping.  From Kanab we'll head north on a very scenic Utah back road, to Bryce Canyon.

Four Bryce Canyon Not applicable Our aim is to get to Bryce in time for the nightly rodeo. The rodeo runs every night from the end of May through the middle of September, excluding Sundays. 


Four Bryce Canyon Not applicable Spend the night outside Bryce.
Five Bryce Canyon Half day

Spend most of the morning exploring Bryce. Depending on your energy level, you might like to take a hike down below the rim, with a vertical descent (and subsequent ascent!) of almost 600 feet, along the 1 1/2 mile Queen's Garden Trail. The rim trail from Sunrise to Sunset Point is a pleasant stroll for those who want something a little more leisurely. Other areas we will visit include Inspiration Point and Bryce Point. 


Five Bryce Canyon to Zion National Park

Route Map

81 miles
(130 km)

3 hours

Travel to Zion, which we'll enter at the less frequently seen east entrance. We'll drive through the park, stopping to enjoy the scenery, before going through a spectacular tunnel that has been blasted through the Navajo sandstone. After riding down the switchback road to the bottom of Zion, we'll stop at the Great Arch of Zion, and then travel to the Visitor's Center area.

Five Zion to Las Vegas

Route Map

165 miles
(264 km)

2 3/4 hours

Too bad! Your tour is over as we drive down the Virgin River Gorge into Nevada and Las Vegas. We can drop you off at your hotel or at the airport. Please let us know if you would like us to book your hotel for you. Thanks for joining us and have a safe trip home!

This tour is designed to be undertaken after one of our Yellowstone tours.


Please note the following:

The entry fees to all parks are included. 
The off road tours at Monument Valley and Antelope Canyon are included.
River rafting, mule riding, Fiery Furnace hike, Lake Powell cruise and the Bryce rodeo are included
Four nights' accommodation is included. The lodging is in the moderate category - clean and comfortable, but not fancy. Luxury accommodations are available at a surcharge, and economy accommodations are available at a discount. Prices vary depending on the month.  Examples of the different motels we use can be seen here.
Prices are based on double occupancy. A single surcharge of $162 is applicable, or we can try and match singles.
Depending on the number of guests, the type of vehicle to be used is likely to be a mini bus, a large SUV, a coach or a van.
The price includes the services of a guide/driver and transportation.
Two sack lunches are included.  We try and stay at places where a continental breakfast is included, but this is not guaranteed.
The tour itinerary may change at our discretion without notice. Factors that may cause a change include, but are not limited to, the weather, vendors and road conditions.
A minimum of two people may be required for a tour to depart.

The cost of this tour is $1095 per person.  An additional $25 per person fuel surcharge is currently in effect until further notice.  You will receive a refund if you do not do the river rafting or mule riding.  This discount may vary, but will be approximately $100.  Please contact us for details.  Details on paying for this tour, and our cancellation policy, can be found here.

Please call us at 1 800 724 7767 or (USA) 435 658 2227, or mail us, for additional information, or to make a reservation. Tour dates can be seen here.  You can book this tour online here.


Payment Details

While we would rather you not make a booking until you are sure you want to go, you are welcome to cancel the booking any time up until 31 days prior to the start of the tour, and you will get a full refund. After that time, we will not accept a cancellation and you will have to pay for the tour in full. Trip insurance is available. Half the cost of the tour will be charged to your card any time from 31 days prior to the start of the tour, and the balance will be charged any time from 7 days prior to the start of the tour. For additional information, please mail us, or call us at 1 800 724 7767 or (USA) 435 658 2227. You can book this tour online here



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Please contact us if there are more than 6 in your group, or if there will be more than two people staying in a room. You will be entitled to a discount.   All prices include a $25 fuel surcharge and any applicable single surcharge.

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