Tour Overview | 14 Days & 13 Nights
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Pickup and Drop off Locations:
- Pickup: Salt Lake City, Utah
- Dropoff: Bozeman, MO
Premium Lodging at:
- Lake Powell Resort: Page, AZ
- Zion Lodge: Springdale, UT
- The Lodge at Bryce Canyon: Bryce Canyon, UT
- Red Cliffs Lodge: Moab, UT
- Radisson Hotel Salt Lake Downtown: Salt Lake City, UT
- Spring Creek Ranch: Jackson, WY
- Jackson Lake Lodge: Moran, WY
- Explorer Cabins: West Yellowstone, MT
- 320 Guest Ranch: Gallatin Gateway, MT
Explore the desert dreamscapes of the American Southwest on this all-inclusive 14 day, 13 night adventure with Experience Park Tours. The diversity of the surrounding ancient lands will provide endless inspiration as we travel along sandstone monoliths and dive into the warm and colorful world of rivers and canyons. Come with us as we explore the Arches and Canyonlands of Moab, the towering Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, the magical oasis that is Zion, the winding canyons of Lake Powell, and the breathtaking 360 degree views from any point in the Grand Canyon.
When We Say All-Inclusive, We Mean It:
Each tour includes everything in the itinerary with customizable attractions, 13 nights of lodging, transportation on the executive Limo Liner, gratuities, baggage handling, expert guided activities throughout the tour, and 36 meals. Some of these will be prepared by the onboard staff, and others will be hosted at dining establishments in the area. We also include a Flex Pass VISA gift card loaded with a balance for when the private chef is not preparing meals and in-transit snacks and drinks including alcoholic beverages.
- Salt Lake City, UT
- Moab, UT
- Las Vegas, NV
- Jacksonhole, WY
- West Yellowstone, MO
National Parks & Public Lands:
- Grand Teton
- Bryce Canyon
- Grand Canyon
- Wildlife Viewing
- Wine Tasting
- Unique Shopping Districts
- Western Culture
Office Phone: 1-877-834-4654
Questions? A Senior Tour Specialist will contact you as soon as possible.
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14 Days & 13 Nights
Day 1: Grand Canyon National Park
Premium Lodging: Lake Powell Resort: Page, AZ
This morning, we’ll make the 4-hour drive to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park – one of the Seven Wonders of the World. We’ll visit key destinations such as Yavapai Point, the Yavapai Geology Museum, the ancient Tusayan Ruins, and catch a sunset at the famous Desert View Watchtower. After a scenic drive, our evening will conclude along the shores of the largest man-made reservoir at Lake Powell Resort.
Day 2: Lake Powell, Tour of Antelope Canyon and Sunset at Horseshoe Bend
Premium Lodging: Lake Powell Resort: Page, AZ
Take the morning to relax at your water-side accommodations. There are multiple ways to enjoy the resort, including renting a kayak or paddle board to get a closer look into the winding canyons of Lake Powell. After lunch, we will head out for an afternoon tour of the infamous Antelope Canyon. As the evening approaches, we will venture to Horseshoe Bend to take a short half mile hike to the lookout. Be aware of your surroundings and don’t get too close to the edge as there are no guard rails on this excursion. Next, we will return to the resort for an evening of relaxation. to the Rainbow Room overlooking Wahweap Marina where you can enjoy fine dining paired with a beautiful view over the lake.
Day 3: Zion National Park
Premium Lodging: Zion Lodge: Springdale, UT
This morning we’ll make the short drive through the arid red rock desert into the green oasis of Zion National Park. Upon our arrival to Zion Lodge, a refreshing nature walk to
the Emerald Pools awaits you – just a short walk across the street. During the summer and fall season, the Limo Liner may not access the park beyond Zion Lodge. This afternoon, you may utilize the Zion Park Shuttle System that departs from the lodge all throughout the day, offering access to key geological features and a network of hiking and walking trails such as Angels Landing, the Zion Narrows, Observation Point and the Temple of Sinawava. As the evening approaches, enjoy your time in this region from the comfort of your private cabin, with views of the towering palisades in every direction.
Day 4: Zion and Bryce Canyon National Park
Premium Lodge: The Lodge at Bryce Canyon: Bryce, UT
This afternoon, we will make the scenic drive to Bryce Canyon National Park – a wondrous land of pines, pinnacles and oddly sculpted formations known as hoodoos. Magnificent spires tinted with shades of pink, orange and red, put on a captivating show as the light changes throughout the day. For those who wish to experience these rock formations up close, take a stroll through Wall Street – the only slot canyon in the park. Continue down the Navajo Trail where you’ll find Two Bridges and Thor’s Hammer towering above you. Keep an eye open for the park’s abundant wildlife, including elk, coyotes, marmots, and prairie dogs, as we capture an awe-inspiring sunset at Bryce Point, just steps away from your sought-after accommodations at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon.
Day 5: Bryce Canyon Sunrise and Arches National Park
Premium Lodging: Red Cliffs Lodge: Moab, UT
For you early-risers, we encourage you to get out and enjoy the sunrise over the Bryce Canyon Amphitheater. We’ll depart after breakfast for the 4-hour scenic drive to the outstanding Arches National Park. Here you will have the opportunity to hike the short trails to reach the dazzling arches of the region such as Balanced Rock, The Windows, Double Arch, Delicate Arch, and Landscape Arch. These stunning and unique rock formations are something you’re not going to want to miss!
Disclaimer: Each trail will take between 15-30 minutes to walk and are fairly non-strenuous. These are primarily self-guided dirt and paved pathways, but you may participate as much or as little as they wish to, depending on your preferred activity level.
If hiking doesn’t interest you, no need to worry! Stay and relax on the Limo Liner or sit and enjoy the fresh air and scenery of the desert. Other stops include the Courthouse Wash Wall Panel, Park Avenue, and viewpoints of Three Gossips, Sheep Rock, and Courthouse Towers. After a long day spent in the park, we will reach Red Cliffs Lodge, set along the Colorado River amongst the most spectacular red rock scenery.
Day 6: Canyonlands National Park and Moab Adventures
Premium Lodging: Red Cliffs Lodge: Moab, UT
Our day will begin with a trip to Canyonlands National Park to catch the inspiring sunrise at Grand View Point. From here, we’ll explore the Island in the Sky District from the comfort of the Limo Liner, stopping at key points such as Whale Rock and the Canyonlands Visitor Center. In the afternoon, we will visit Moab to visit the local shops and restaurants. An optional excursion includes an exciting Hummer Safari to Hell’s Revenge just before sunset. While weaving in and out of red rock canyons, your guide will explain the geology and history of the Canyonlands region. You’ll savor tasty hors d’oeuvres at the summit as the sun paints the evening sky –returning beneath a blanket of innumerable stars. Alternatively, enjoy a unique, open-air Dutch oven dinner before embarking on a jet boat cruise for an evening light show on the canyon walls of the Colorado River. Our evening will conclude back at our Red Cliff Lodge accommodations in Castle Valley.
Day 7: Salt Lake City
Premium Lodging: Radisson Hotel Salt Lake Downtown: Salt Lake City, UT
This morning we’ll make the 4-hour drive to Salt Lake City, Utah. Once in Salt Lake City, the Limo Liner will drive directly to the airport. If you are continuing with the second week of the trip, we will drive downtown to check in to the Radisson Salt Lake Hotel. Enjoy your evening exploring Temple Square and Salt Lake City night life, just steps away from your accommodations.
Day 8: Bear Lake and Jackson Hole
Premium Lodging: Spring Creek Ranch: Jackson, WY
We will begin our second week of our trip with a scenic drive north to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Stopping briefly for lunch along Bear Lake, we’ll emerge into Wyoming’s favorite resort town in the late afternoon. Nestled between the Grand Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges, the valley of Jackson Hole is home to an authentic cowboy town with options for all ages – featuring art galleries, unique dining, a robust shopping district and iconic cowboy bars. Take the time to explore the shops in Jackson Square before we check in at Spring Creek Ranch where you can indulge in any of the ranches amenities. Later, we’ll gather to enjoy a sunset dinner at the ranches restaurant, The Granary, offering upscale dining and gorgeous panoramic views of the Grand Teton mountain range.
Day 9: Jenny Lake, Mormon Row and Grand Teton Loop
Premium Lodging: Jackson Lake Lodge: Moran, WY
Our day begins with a trip to the shores of Jenny Lake, situated at the base of the Grand Teton mountain range. There are a variety of ways to enjoy the lake, including a walk through the Visitor’s Center, a round-trip hike to Hidden Falls or Moose Pond, boarding a scenic boat tour, or simply relaxing with a cooling refreshment in the crisp mountain air. A scenic drive along the Grand Teton Loop will provide multiple photo opportunities for elk, pronghorn and bison – and of course the Grand Tetons where we’ll visit key regions such as the historic barns and settlements on Mormon Row. As the evening approaches, we’ll enjoy an in-field dinner at one of our favorite Grand Teton turnouts. Relax and take in the scenery before we check in to our accommodations at Jackson Lake Lodge. Boasting spectacular view of Mount Moran, the wetlands just outside of the lodge provide the perfect setting to spot a moose and are a beautiful destination for a sunset diner. The evening is yours to relax at this historic destination.
Day 10: Jackson Lake Lodge Leisure
Premium Lodging: Jackson Lake Lodge: Moran, WY
The morning is yours to enjoy breakfast at the lodge, as this will be a self-guided day. For those who want to get on the water, head to the Activities Desk to book a scenic float on the Snake River with views of majestic wildlife and scenery. Other activities include horseback riding, fly fishing, swimming, kayaking on Jackson Lake or hiking one of the many surrounding trails. Whether you curl up with a good book by the fire place or head out on your own adventure, Jackson Lake Lodge is the perfect destination for every traveler.
Day 11: Yellowstone Lower Grand Loop
Premium Lodging: Explorer Cabins: West Yellowstone, MT
Take the morning to sleep in and enjoy the amenities at the lodge. After breakfast, we’ll board the Limo Liner to drive along the Grand Tetons and through the heart of Yellowstone National Park. We’ll stop at the alpine waters of Yellowstone Lake for panoramic views of the Gros Ventre Mountains before continuing to West Thumb Geyser Basin. Next, we’ll break for lunch at the historic Old Faithful Lodge and explore the surrounding boardwalks as we await the eruption of the famous geyser. Driving along the Fire Hole river, we’ll visit key areas such as Midway Geyser Basin where you’ll find outstanding colors of steamy blue, bright green and rusty orange. After a visit to Gibbon Falls, we’ll venture to our favorite turn-out for an in-field dinner along the Madison River before checking in to our private Explorer Cabins
Day 12: Yellowstone Upper Grand Loop and Lamar Valley
Premium Lodging: Explorer Cabins: West Yellowstone, MT
We’ll rise early, as today is a day for discovering the majestic scenery and vibrant wildlife of this treasured American region. Boarding the Limo Liner, our morning brings us to key destinations such as Norris Geyser Basin and Roaring Mountain. We’ll continue our exploration to the northern end of the Grand Loop of Yellowstone at Mammoth Hot Springs. Home to the Historic Fort Yellowstone, this location boasts expansive views of the surrounding valley, Swan Lake, and the vibrant orange and white travertine terraces. We’ll stop to savor an in-field lunch prepared by our chef during this scenic journey. Continuing east through Roosevelt Junction, the landscape uncovers the cascading waters of Tower Fall where guests may take the short hike to the bottom or simply view it from the top. As the evening approaches, we’ll carefully dissect the wonders of Lamar Valley behind the lens where bison, grizzly bears, wolves, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, mountain goats and Roosevelt elk highlight this trek through the heart of Yellowstone’s showcase of wildlife. Take in the sunset as you are served
appetizers that reflect the local fare of the region. After a scenic drive through the heart of Yellowstone, we will conclude the evening back at our private cabins in West Yellowstone.
Day 13: Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and Hayden Valley
Premium Lodging: 320 Guest Ranch: Gallatin Gateway, MT
Take the morning to relax and enjoy your private cabins. Head into town for breakfast or enjoy light breakfast fare aboard the Limo Liner. Our first stop in the park brings us to Canyon Village where we’ll learn of the history and geography of Yellowstone at the Visitor Education Center. Continuing along the Yellowstone River, we’ll take a scenic drive out to Artist’s Point to view the Upper Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Multiple hiking opportunities await you, as the canyon offers a variety of perspectives of the Upper and Lower falls. Next, we’ll venture to Hayden Valley for prime wildlife-viewing opportunities and a look at Mud Volcano as our time in the park comes to a close. After a scenic drive through the park and the Gallatin National Forest, we’ll check in at the rustic 320 Guest Ranch where you can enjoy general relaxation amidst the iconic Gallatin River landscape. In the evening, we’ll gather at the 320 Saloon for an authentic cowboy dinner.
Day 14: The Journey Home
After a morning spent soaking up the last few hours of vacation, we’ll depart for the Bozeman Airport. If you have the time to hang around, Bozeman offers a variety of unique flavorful restaurants that we highly recommend trying out. The Limo Liner will escort you to the airport or to your hotel if you have scheduled post-trip accommodations. We hope you enjoy your time traveling with us. Thank you for choosing Experience Park Tours.
Don’t see the departure date you’re looking for? Contact us! We offer additional tours dates based on client needs.
Sunday – May 5th – May 18th – Las Vegas to Bozeman
Tours Depart at 1:00pm from the nearest airport or local hotel.
Your All-Inclusive Pricing
Double Occupancy Price: $7,999 Per Person. (Based on two people sharing a room)
Triple Occupancy Price: $7,484 Per Person (Based on three people sharing a room)
Quad Occupancy Price: $7,228 Per Person (Based on four people sharing a room)
Single Occupancy Price: $10,500 Per Person (Based on only one person in a room)
Your All-Inclusive Price
Tour prices are per person in U.S. dollars. All lodging, Limo Liner transportation, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, in-transit snacks and drinks, sightseeing, attractions included in the itinerary, porterage, and the services of your Senior Tour Guide, Hospitality Chef, are included.
Lodging On Tour
The tour price includes all hotel accommodations. The thought that goes into choosing the lodging is based on two criteria; Quality and Convenience for routing. We have stayed in every hotel in the region and have chosen these properties based on customer feedback and our customer satisfaction. Limiting your time on the bus each day is critical to our lodging choices. We book rooms with two queen beds and do our best to change to king beds once the booking is complete. This is based on availability. The quality of each hotel may vary from location to location but we will never sacrifice quality and comfort. If your stay requires a roll-away cot, we will do our best to arrange it.
All meals are included on this tour.
Flex Pass–You will receive your Flex Pass when you board the Limo Liner upon arrival. The Flex Pass is a Visa gift card and is good wherever visa is accepted inside of the Continental US. The Flex Pass allows guests to choose where, when and what they want to eat while experiencing the National Parks. We believe this freedom and flexibility is a key element of your vacation. Any money that is left on the card at the end of the tour is good for 6 months after the departure date.
You will have $20.00 on your Flex Pass for breakfasts if it is not included with the room. You will have $20.00 for lunches on your Flex Pass if it is not prepared by staff. You will have $50.00 for dinner on your Flex Pass if it is not prepared by staff.
Traditional gratuities for attractions and restaurants is included for local guides. When you are using your Flex Pass, you should tip as you normally would.
Guests are allowed one large suitcase per person with a maximum weight of 50 pounds. Please remember to clearly tag your luggage before you leave home.
One carry-on-bag is allowed while on-board the Limo Liner. There is limited space for large bags on the Limo Liner so it is recommended to carry a small bag such as a back pack or a hand bag.
Your tour specialist will send you your travel documents once you are booked. Your Emergency Waiver, Waiver of Liability, and Traveler Questionnaire Form will be sent once final payment is made. You must fully complete each online document before you can board for the tour.
Air transportation to the tour departure point and from the tour ending point is not included.
Lodging Before And After Your Tour
So that you are fully rested and avoid any flight delays, you may choose to arrive early or extend your stay following your tour. Any lodging before or after the tour is your responsibility. Please let us know if we can help make any suggestions.
Although every effort is made to handle your luggage carefully, we cannot be responsible, assume liability or accept claims for loss or damage to luggage and personal effects due to breakage, theft, or fair wear and tear through hotel, airline and group carrier handling. It is important for your own self-interest and protection that you make certain you have adequate insurance to cover these eventualities.
Lost luggage is an unfortunate possibility in today’s world of airline travel.
We suggest that you:
- Be sure the airline has your onward itinerary
- Avoid packing critical medication or valuables in your checked luggage
- Keep a change of clothing in your carry-on-bag
- If you don’t have enough room in your carry-on-bag, consider sharing your companions.
- Pack at least one change of clothing in your carry-on bag
All of your meals on the itinerary are included but you will want to be prepared for other personal expenses such as phone calls, room service, alcoholic and other beverages not specifically included, laundry, dry cleaning, airline excess luggage charges, vaccinations, visa fees and services, airport arrival and departure taxes, individual train and airport transfers (when applicable), and other optional or incidental extras are not included and may be significant
Guide and Driver Gratuities
The customary gratuities for your Hospitality Chef, Driver and Senior Tour Specialist are included
Photography on Tour
At times, we will use photographs and/or video taken by fellow guests or your Senior Tour Guide or on your tour for print, Internet and other media promotional purposes. If you prefer that your image not be used in any marketing activities, please notify your Senior Tour Guide at the start of your tour.
ATMs and Credit Cards
We recommend that you contact your bank in advance of departing on this tour to determine whether you will be able to use your ATM and credit cards while traveling. When contacting your bank, notify them of your travel dates so that they will anticipate charges being made outside of your hometown and do not suspend your cards for what may appear to them to be “suspicious” charges. We also recommend that you make a photocopy of the front and back sides of your ATM and credit cards to leave behind with someone at home who will assist you in the event your cards are misplaced, lost or stolen.
Cell Phone Use
Staying in communication with family and loved ones while traveling is a modern day privilege that we all value. Your Senior Tour Guide will clearly communicate when cell coverage is available on your tour. Once inside the National Parks, cell coverage is very random. Verizon seems to have the best footprint for cell coverage. Talking on your cell during your tour can be very disruptive so we ask that you refrain from using your cell phones until the appropriate time at a stop, or when your Tour Guide suggests. Please contact your cell phone carrier to determine whether your service extends to the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies.
Your Health and Activity Level
Your itinerary was built specifically to be malleable for all levels of activity, however you should be in good health and able to walk reasonable distances, often over unpaved and uneven surfaces. There are multiple opportunities to walk, or hike distances that are appropriate for your interest and ability. If you do not intend to hike or your health restricts your movement, most all attractions are attainable within a very leisure walk. If you have specific concerns, please ask questions of your Senior Tour Specialist prior to departure and they will be able answer your concerns or questions.. If you have a heart condition or lung ailment, please consult your physician before you book your trip.
PLEASE NOTE: We regret that we’re unable to provide individual assistance to guests with walking difficulties or other personal needs. The responsibility of the Senior Tour Guide who accompanies your trip is to ensure that the larger group enjoys a relaxing and informative journey, and he or she cannot be relied upon to provide ongoing individual assistance to any one guest. Guests requiring such individualized assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion who can provide it. While drinking water is generally safe at all our hotels, bottled water will be available wherever the local water is not fit to drink. We also provide bottled water on the motor coaches. All of our hotels are all non-smoking hotels and a very large fine will be assessed if it is determined that anyone has smoked while on property. Please check with your health insurance provider to determine whether you are covered while traveling. If you will not be covered under your current policy, we strongly suggest that you arrange for adequate coverage while on tour. If you have a medical condition that might limit your participation in activities, please consult your physician for pre-departure health advice and notify Senior Tour Guide as soon as possible, if you have not already done so. If you are a resident of another country traveling to or within the U.S., we suggest that contact your physician, the public health service in your area, or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to obtain information regarding vaccinations and medications for vaccine-preventable diseases and other diseases for which you might be at risk when you reach your destination in the U.S. The Travelers’ Health Section of the CDC operates a 24-hour “Travelers’ Health Hotline” at 800-232-4636 (toll-free in the U.S.).
What to Pack
Clothing: We highly recommend the following for your suitcase:
- Light coat that wicks moisture and wind
- Comfortable walking shoes that breathe
- If you are planning to hike, a shoe that will offer support in the ankles are suggested. Tennis shoes do work, but if you are concerned about getting them dirty or having support for your ankles, you might consider something more durable and stable.
- We eat at a variety of different places, but you can dress casually at any of these locations. Do not concern yourself with packing unnecessary formal clothing.
Extras: Here are some additional essentials
- A small carry-on backpack for the trail or on the Limo Liner. (Please consider a small bag and not too bulky)
- A neck pillow (inflatables are easier to pack but any will do)
- Walking sticks if you have balance issues.
- We have good binoculars so don’t worry about packing them.
- Bug repellant and sun screen.
- Sun glasses (very important)
- Head phones. (To be considerate to others, we ask that you use headphones for any noises associated with your electronic devices)
- Allergy medicine if you suffer from allergies.
- If you struggle with motion sickness you should bring something that helps with that.
- Bathing suit if you want to use the pool.
- Charging cables for your electronic devices and batteries if they are necessary.
Once You Have Arrived
Currency and Exchange Rates
The U.S. dollar (USD) is the unit of currency and is divided into 100 cents. Only major banks exchange foreign currency. ATMs are widespread and credit cards and travelers’ checks are widely accepted. Travelers’ checks should be taken in U.S. dollars to avoid hassles. Banking hours are generally Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
There is 110 power on the Limo Liner to charge your electronic devices. The electrical current in the U.S. is 110 V, 60 Hz, AC, which accommodates standard U.S. plugs having either two flat pins or two flat pins and a round grounding pin. If you bring electric devices that are not compatible with this system, you may need to bring the appropriate adapters and converters.
On the Limo Liner: Everyone has different ideas of what is a comfortable temperature. We highly encourage you to dress in layers and consider a coat that wicks moisture and wind. Even on a normal day, a fleece or a wind breaker can really make a big difference.
On the Trail: If you find yourself taking lengthy walks away from the Limo Liner on one of the many trails in the park, you may navigate through forested areas where there is shade and then a short while later, find yourself basking in direct sunlight. The temperature can change drastically in the park with an incoming cold front so it’s critical that you are prepared for this.
When You Are Ready To Book
To help expedite your booking, please have the following information ready before you call us:
- Tour Name and Departure Date Desired
- Traveler Name(s): Please have first and last names as they appear on the passport or driver’s license.
- Traveler’s Address(es)
- Traveler’s Phone Number(s)
- Emergency Contact Information: This would be a relative or friend whom we could contact during the tour in the event of an emergency. Please provide their name and phone number(s).
For reservations, call 877-834-4654 or contact your travel agent to book today!
Senior Tour Specialist hours – Pacific Standard Time
- Monday – Friday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 7:00 AM– 5:00 PM
The Deposit is due at time of booking. Your deposit is $500.00 towards your total invoice.
If you are planning to book a private tour on the Limo Liner, your Senior Tour Specialist will work closely with you to augment the schedule and tour needs based on your requests. If you are traveling with a non-private tour and have specific requests, please bring those to the attention of your Senior Tour Specialist at the time of booking.
Final Payment is due 100 days before departure. Any bookings without full payment at this time may be subject to cancellation without notice.
Travel Trip Protection Insurance
We highly suggest each traveler acquires travel trip protection insurance. Your Senior Tour Specialist will recommend multiple companies at the time of booking. Insurance is intended to protect you from a variety of potential issues and to protect your vacation dollars. Passing on travel insurance will not protect you if there is a natural disaster or a serious mechanical failure. Once you’ve completed your booking, your Tour Specialist will walk through trip protections expectations.
Adventure Begins Here. Books Yours Today!
Experience Park Tours Inc.
Office Phone: 1-877-834-4654
Mailing Address: 111 N Wright Ave #D Cle Elum, WA 98922
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM PST
Excluding Celebratory Holidays
Senior Tour Specialist: Ellie Smith