Bryce Canyon National Park

15 Day Suggested Itinerary

Arizona and Utah Multi Centre

Glittering city sights and cinematic scenery

This is your opportunity to compare the neon lights of the Las Vegas Strip with the spellbinding natural light of the region’s national parks – including some of the most majestic rock formations in America.

Begin your journey in the entertainment capital of the USA with its themed hotels where you can expect world-class entertainment and savour sensational menus from some of the USA’s best chefs. Then set out on the open road to discover the unique and varied scenery of Utah and Arizona where you can bear witness to some of the greatest natural landscapes known to mankind.

This iconic road trip covers some of Utah's Mighty Five national parks, each of which surpassing expectations in a way only Mother Nature – not to mention one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the impressive Grand Canyon National Park, which more than lives up to its name.

End you adventure soaking up the culture, art and hot dining spots of the laid back city of Phoenix in Arizona.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Big city thrills and spectacular shopping
  • Astounding hotels and world-class shows
  • Breath-taking landscapes
  • Iconic America road trip

Sample Itinerary Summary

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15 days
Guide Price
£3,079 per person
Price based on
Based on 10 May 19 departure from London Gatwick flying with British Airways, room only in Las Vegas, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Monument Valley, the Grand Canyon and Phoenix and bed & breakfast in Flagstaff. Based on 2 adults sharing a Standard Double Room.
Our guide price gives you an idea of pricing which will vary depending on exchange rates, accommodation, duration, dates, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
Private basis, Self-Guided
  • Las Vegas

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Slotzilla, zip line over the infamous strip
    • World-class shows, casinos and attractions
    • Downtown Las Vegas and Fremont Street
    • Learn about prohibition and illegal gambling at the Mob Museum
  • Bryce Canyon National Park

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Changing rock colours at dusk and dawn
    • Astronomy festival in January
    • Moonlit guided walks through the canyon
    • Natural rock formations, such as Thor's Hammer
  • Zion National Park

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Utah's oldest national park
    • Shimmering Emerald Pools and waterfalls
    • Free ranger led program
    • Solitary Kolob Canyons, in the northwest
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Mitten Buttes rock formations, like hands signifying spiritual beings
    • Goulding's Trading Post Museum
    • Monumental sunsets
    • Hike the mesa Rim Trail
  • Grand Canyon National Park

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Historic Grand Canyon Village
    • Hike the Rim Trail
    • South Rim mule trip
    • Dare to step out on the Grand Canyon Skywalk
  • Flagstaff

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Historic Route 66
    • Enjoy the views from the Arizona Snowbowl
    • See the starts at Lowell Observatory
  • Phoenix & Scottsdale

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Savour authentic southern cuisine
    • Join the First and Third Friday Artwalk
    • Enjoy panoramic views from the Camelback Mountains
    • Discover native history at the Heard Museum
Las Vegas

A glimmering emerald city rising out of the Nevada desert, Vegas attracts millions of visitors every year for very good reason. This is the premier city for the perfect blend of luxury and of no-holds barred fun, a premier wedding and honeymoon location, a sparkling platform from which to explore the most incredible national parks and of course, the quintessential party destination. For a city founded in 1905 Las Vegas has come an awful long way. And with so many amazing experiences and luxurious hotels to be found, it is only going to improve with age. 


Bryce Canyon National Park

The spectacular result of frost and river bed erosion, Bryce Canyon is a collection of limestone spires and columns that have always intrigued visitors. Magical moments happen at sunrise and sunset when the rocks take on an otherworldly, orange glow. The park lies at an altitude of nearly 3,000 metres and is cooler than the surrounding area that regularly experiences temperatures in excess of 80 degrees celsius. Solitude can always be found at ground level in the twisting trails around the canyon floor, while views above on the cliff-top pathways put the meaning of existence into perspective. Stunning scenery combined with the fragrance of juniper trees will cast a spell over you.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park shows the USA at its most fascinating. Caused by the meanderings of the Virgin River, the area has been the habitat of Native American Indians for over 8,000 years. Canyon walls rise to well over 800 metres while below, the river’s influence can be found in clear water grottos and streams. Hanging foliage adorns terracotta-shaded limestone. Zion Canyon in particular will take your breath away while trails such as the Narrows, Subway and Angel’s Landing will remain in the memory forever. Considering the park packs in over two million visitors every year, there are many places where you will believe you are the only person on the planet.  


Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

For any intrepid traveller, visiting Monument Valley is a chance to play out childhood adventures. Images of this ancient vista have been used to typify the glory of the American Wild West long before John Ford began shooting his iconic westerns here in the 1930s. Wandering through this valley it is possible to gain a unique perspective on our planet as it would have looked millions of years ago. For countless millennia only the Navajo tribe, whose ancient tribal land this is, were fortunate to witness this vast cluster of sandstone buttes. They will now act as your guide across the plateau, imparting knowledge passed down through generations. A hot air balloon ride across this epic landscape is a must.


Grand Canyon National Park

Experience the spectacular Grand Canyon National Park, from watching the play of colours over the South Rim as the sun rises beyond the horizon to stepping out onto the glass Skywalk 2000 feet above the canyon floor. Join a ranger guided walk to learn more about this fascinating park and the animals which call the Grand Canyon home. 


Spend a couple of days in the history town of Flagstaff. From the nostalgia of Historic Route 66 to the rich Native American history of the Colorado Plateau this unique mountain town has plenty to offer visitors. For outdoor adventure head to the Shultz Pass trail or Fort Tuthill County Park. For dramatic views of the surrounding red rocks and alpine forests head to the Arizona Snowbowl and spend a heavenly evening star gazing at the impressive Lowell Observatory. 

Phoenix & Scottsdale

Surrounded by a stunning desert backdrop filled with saguaro cacti, the laidback yet sophisticated city of Phoenix is waiting to be explored. From friendly dive bars and contemporary street art to boutique shopping and a host of museums and galleries, Phoenix has something to offer any visitor. Stroll through the winding paths of the Desert Botanical Garden where you will find an array of arid plant from the towering saguaro to delicate desert blooms. Hike to the top of Camelback Mountain to take in the awe insiring panoramic views and be sure to visit the Heard Museum to learn about the traditions, culture and history of the 22 regional American Indian tribe which call the Southwest home.