Visit Grand Canyon National Park, passing by the red rock country of Sedona, on this 13-hour tour from the Phoenix area. On the way, you'll also stop at Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation, where you can browse local crafts, if you wish. When you reach the Grand Canyon, make stops in the park to see the natural wonder from multiple viewpoints.
Your day tour starts with hotel pickup in Phoenix, Tempe, or Scottsdale in the morning for the drive north to Grand Canyon National Park.
During the journey, travel past Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona, known as red rock country, where you'll make a stop for photo ops. Then continue the drive to the Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Nation Reservation, where you can buy lunch (own expense) and look at Native American artifacts and crafts.
Finally, arrive at the Grand Canyon for a drive through the park, making stops at viewpoints along Desert View East Rim Drive. You'll have the chance to walk around, take photos, and stand on the edge of the Grand Canyon, plus check out El Tovar Hotel and Mary Colter's Hopi House.
When your time at the Grand Canyon is up, start the drive back to Phoenix, stopping on the way for dinner (own expense). Your tour ends with hotel drop-off.
This tour departs from most hotels and resorts in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe, as well as the Mesa Hilton in Mesa.