Bright Lights to Desert Sights

Experience the amazing contrast of Arizona, from the buzz of Las Vegas to the awesome scenery of Sedona and Scottsdale. Kick off your itinerary with a few fast paced days in iconic Las Vegas, where shows and casinos, hotels and bars, attractions and atmosphere are nothing less than limitless. After time on the Strip, head off to take in the great outdoors, witnessing the Grand Canyon, exploring Sedona and making the most of the rugged rocks and verdant landscapes of Scottsdale, home to world-famous golf courses and activities for all ages.

Number of days Prices from The itinerary includes

13 Days

12 nights / 13 days from £2,845

Prices are per person based on 2 people sharing a Standard Room, including economy flights from London.

  • Itinerary starts in Las Vegas and ends in Tucson
  • Private airport transfer on arrival in Las Vegas
  • Hotel accommodation as detailed below
  • Intermediate 4-door car hire with Alamo including insurance and satellite navigation system for 10 days
  • Days 1 to 3

    Las Vegas

    Upon arriving in Las Vegas a private transfer will take you to the Wynn Las Vegas for a 3 night stay. Soak up the bright lights of the iconic Strip, have a flutter in the casinos or watch world-famous shows. Wander along Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas where you will find street performers, or ride the X-Scream roller coaster at 1149 feet.

  • Days 4 to 5

    Grand Canyon National Park

    Driving Distance: 274 miles / approx. 4 hrs 20 mins

    Collect your rental car from the Alamo office at the airport and head off to the Grand Canyon National Park for a 2 night stay at El Tovar Hotel, a celebrated historic lodge located directly on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Venture outdoors and follow the walking trails, go rafting, cycling or take a mule trip.

  • Days 6 to 7

    Sedona

    Driving Distance: 122 miles / approx. 2 hrs 20 mins

    Drive to Sedona and arrive at the Enchantment Resort for a 2 night stay. Take in the majestic scenery of Sedona and the Verde Valley on horseback, by Jeep or from the air. Go mountain biking or play golf at any of the three 18-hole championship courses. Pay a visit to Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village or Cathedral Rock, a chapel built into a spur of rock 200 feet off the ground.