7-Day Yellowstone, Santa Monica (optional), Bryce Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Zion Park, Salt Lake City Tour

$569
Per Person

  • Code: LA7-9351
  • Guided Tour
  • Los Angeles
  • English, Mandarin

What To Expect

Overview

  • To the world's famous slit Canyon, Antelope Canyon, feel the fantastic sightseeing tour
  • A walk in the Yellowstone fountain for 120 minutes, walk in the Grand Prismatic Spring bird's eye view for 60 minutes
  • West Yellowstone special town, Food beverage and game, Buckaroo Entertainment, Yellowstone competitive products
  • Guaranteed to tour 15 spots of Yellowstone in 3 days, discover the core area of Grand Teton
  • 4 days complimentary breakfast, 2 night at Yellowstone
  • Visit Terracotta Forest-Bryce Canyon National Park

Itinerary

01

Day 1: Arrive at Los Angeles

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information

Complimentary airport pickup time range is between 8:30am to 22:30pm(U.S flights), 8:30am to 21:30pm(International flights).

LAX pick up tour guide phone number: 626-826-3886

For arrivals not in the standard pickup time range, please take the hotel courtesy shuttle to airport hotel directly.

LAX airport Hotel Info:

Best Western Plus South Bay Hotel(Tel: 310-973-0998)

Ramada Plaza LAX (Tel:310-536-9800)

Meet our tour guides at baggage claim area for US/CANADA domestic flights.

Meet our tour guides in front of currency exchange at Terminal B for International flights.

Early arrival customers before 17:00pm(PDT)/15:30(PST) are able to join Santa Monica Sightseeing Tours for $25 at your own costs.

Airport tour guide service charge is $5 per guest.

  • Best Western Plus LAX/ Ramada Inn LAX 或同级
02

Day 2: Los Angeles →→Las Vegas →St. George (388 Miles/5.5 hours)

On the designated pick-up area

In the morning we will travel along Interstate 15 freeway, passing through the largest desert in North America: Mojave Desert. We will arrive at State Line “Fashion Outlet” to have lunch and quick shopping.(Guests of the Las Vegas delegation are not available to the itinerary above)

In the afternoon we will stop by Las Vegas to take a quick break and then head towards St. George. Stay overnight in St. George.

Mojave Desert:  Largest desert in North America, crossing four states. On the way you will see the unique Joshua trees as well as the Pacific Railroad serving as the economic vein that connects the East Coast to the West Coast. You will also pass by the mysterious “Ghost Town” during the Gold Rush era and the world’s largest solar electric power plant invested by Google.

St. George: The crossroad of Colorado Plateau and Mojave Desert, St. George is popular for winter vacation getaways and also an important stop before continue on into Utah.

  • Comfort inn & Suits or Similar
03

Day 3: Bryce Canyon National Park→Zion National Park→St George

On the designated pick-up area

We will visit the Zion National Park. Just like the place of peace where it receives its name from, the tranquil scenery and diverse ecosystem inside Zion Canyon will make you feel at one with nature. Later we will drive to Bryce canyon national park, which Famous for its hoodoo rocks, these sandstone columns in the canyon resemble all sorts of different strange creatures; putting both your imagination and your camera to work.

Bryce Canyon National Park is a United States national park located in southwestern Utah. The major feature of the park is Bryce Canyon, which despite its name, is not a canyon, but a collection of giant natural amphitheaters along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. The red, orange, and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular views for park visitors. Bryce sits at a much higher elevation than nearby Zion National Park. The rim at Bryce varies from 8,000 to 9,000 feet.

Zion National Park is a United States National Park located in southwestern Utah, near the city of Springdale. A prominent feature of the 229-square-milepark is Zion Canyon, which stretches 15 miles long and spans up to half a mile deep. It cuts through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. The lowest point in the park is 3,666 ft. at Couplets Wash and the highest peak is 8,726 ft at Horse Ranch Mountain. Located at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert regions, the park has a unique geography and a variety of life zones that allow for unusual plant and animal diversity. Numerous plant species as well as 289 species of birds, 75 mammals (including 19 species of bat), and 32 reptiles inhabit the park's four life zones: desert, riparian, woodland, and coniferous forest. Zion National Park includes mountains, canyons, buttes, mesas, monoliths, rivers, slot canyons, and natural arches.

  • Comfort inn & Suits or similar
04

Day 4: Lake Powell →Lower Antelope Canyon →Horseshoe Bend →Salt Lake City

On the designated pick-up area

Colorado Plateau: The only desert plateau in the United States. After years of erosion from the Colorado River, some of the most stunning nature sceneries had formed here. Red Rocks, arches and mesas decorate this vase landscape with their brilliant colors.

Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell(PASS BY): Lake Powell is the second largest artificial water reservoir in the U.S. and it also marks the starting point of the Grand Canyon. See the depth of the Lake Powell as we travel across the Glen Canyon Dam.

Antelope Canyon: One of the most recognizable and famous natural landscapes in the world and a must see for photography enthusiast. Millions of years of flash flood and natural erosion gifted us these slot canyons, with their smooth wavy curves and gorgeous colors from the sand sandstone, it truly is a wonder of nature.

Horseshoe Bend: Carved by the Colorado River, you can witness the water slowly flowing pass underneath your feet in this horse shoe shape bay as you stand above it on the edge of the cliff.

  • Ramada Inn SLC or similar
05

Day 5: Great Salt Lake →Utah State Capito →Yellowstone Park

On the designated pick-up area

In the morning we will see the State Capitol building, Temple Square of Mormon Church and the Great Salt Lake. Then going to the Yellowstone National Park.

Utah State Capitol: the governor’s office is located in inside of this building. Sitting on top of the Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, this building gives you a full view of the city that surrounds it. It is also the icon of the most famous historic landmark of the state.

Temple Square of Mormon Church: this is the headquarter of the Mormon Church and its 15 million followers around the world. It’s the center of Mormon history and the location of the famous Salt Lake Temple.

Great Salt Lake: Western Hemisphere’s largest saltwater lake, also North America’s largest inland Salt Lake. The lake is more than six times the salinity of seawater, thus known as “Dead Sea of America”. Krill is a unique creature growing inside of the Great Salt Lake.

Yellowstone National Park: the very first national park in the whole world, Yellowstone attracted countless visitors over the year with its unique geothermal activities and fascinating wild life. You will find all four different kinds of geothermal activities, geyser, hot spring, fumarole and mud pot as we take you travel through the park.

Gibbon Falls: The falls were first described by William Henry Jackson during the second Hayden geological survey of 1872. There is no historical record as to how they got their name, but by the mid-1880s, they were routinely referred to as Gibbon Falls in both government and commercial accounts of the park.

Norris Basin: this is the most concentrated location of geothermal activities in Yellowstone National Park. While walking on the trail in this steamy fairyland, you'll be treated to a great view of all the hot springs along the way.

Mammoth Hot Springs is a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine in Yellowstone National Park adjacent to Fort Yellowstone and the Mammoth Hot Springs Historic District.

  • Yellowstone Big Rock inn/ Absaroka Lodge or similar
06

Day 6: Yellowstone National Park (423 Miles/8.5 hours)

On the designated pick-up area

In the morning, we will continue our tour inside Yellowstone National Park, visiting Yellowstone Canyon, Yellowstone Fall, Grand Prismatic Spring.

Yellowstone Canyon (Artist Point): see the canyon in all its colorful glory. The rock walls of the cliff were painted yellow by long years exposure to the sulfur content from the surrounding thermal, thus named Yellowstone. We will view the Canyon from the Artist Point viewing area, one of the best view for this location.

Yellowstone Waterfall: you might see the waterfall from afar along the way, but we'll take you one step closer and give you a view right next to the waterfall to experience in person its power.

Grand Prismatic Spring: the third largest hot spring in the world, it's the most renowned hot spring in the national park. Setting foot into the area will surround you with steam and allowing you an up-close view of the brilliant colors inside the hot spring.

Fountain Paint Pot: walking along this trail will provide you a great view of the light pink color mud pot with its constantly boiling mud bubbles and the fumaroles nearby.

Old Faith Geyser: the most famous landmark inside Yellowstone, it's also the logo of the national park, erupting roughly every 91 minutes, this is a must see when you are inside Yellowstone.

Morning Glory Pool Trail: Discover more must-see attractions on the 'Natural Wonders'. This is an easy 1.4 mile (2.8 miles round trip) paved trail in the Upper Geyser Basin that passes by some of biggest geysers in the Upper Geyser Basin, coming to an end Morning Glory Pool. Castle, Grotto, and Riverside geysers are among the main features you'll see along the way.

Norris Basin: this is the most concentrated location of geothermal activities in Yellowstone National Park. While walking on the trail in this steamy fairyland, you'll be treated to a great view of all the hot springs along the way.

  • White Buffalo Inn/ Yellowstone Country inn or similar
07

Day 7: Yellowstone NP→Grand Teton National Park→Jackson →SLC

On the designated pick-up area

In the morning, we will head to Grand Teton National Park from Yellowstone.

Then want to the small town of Jackson, Wyoming, a famous frontier town during the Western development.

The West Thumb Geyser Basin including Potts Basin to the north, is the largest geyser basin on the shores of Yellowstone Lake. The heat source of the thermal features in this location is thought to be relatively close to the surface, only 10,000 feet (3,000 m) down. West Thumb is about the same size as another famous volcanic caldera, Crater Lake in Oregon, but much smaller than the great Yellowstone Caldera which last erupted about 640,000 years ago. West Thumb is a caldera within a caldera.

Grand Teton National Park: one of the most beautiful national parks with its snow-covered mountain peaks year-round and wide range of wild life ecosystem. It even attracted great writer Ernest Hemingway to fall in love with this place and had been the backdrop for countless Western movies.

Jackson, WY: famous frontier town, located at the crossing of Grand Teton and Rocky Mountains, it became a heaven for outdoors sports enthusiast. It is also the third largest artwork exchange location in the world and a popular vacation destination for the wealthy. The widely praised Elk Antler Arches Park, with its four arches made with thousands of elk antlers is a must see.

Pick Up/Drop Off Information

Pick Up

LocationTimeAddress
LAX airport08:30-21:30(International flights); 08:30-22:30(domestic flights)World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Drop Off

LocationTime
Salt Lake City AirportProviding the last day drop off service only, please book flight after 20:00

Things to Know

Included/Exclude

  • Luxury air conditioned bus
  • Professional bilingual tour guide
  • 6 night Hotel Accommodation

  • Meals
  • Service fee ($10 per person per day)
  • Any private costs (such as hotel telephone charges, laundry etc.) and personal travel and medical insurance
  • Lower Antelope Canyon: $51/per

Booking and Confirmation Process

  • You will receive your booking information instantly via email. In the event that you do not receive an email from us, please check your spam folder or notify us via email.

Terms & Conditions

What is the cancellation policy?

Cancellation Period
Policy
21 or more days prior to tour departure date
Refund 85% payment
11 - 20 days prior to tour departure date
Refund 60% payment
10 days prior to tour departure date
Non-refundable

What if you miss the appointed time or departure date?

Once the booking is confirmed, an absence or failure to show up on the scheduled date or time is a no-show. No refunds or reschedules will be issued for no-shows and late arrivals

Other important information

  • 1.If you have children under 3 years old, please let us know when you book the order. If he doesn’t need to occupy a seat, he is free to join the tour.
  • Optional items marked 【Must Pay】 have to be paid to tour guides by cash. If you refuse to pay those items, tour company has the right to terminate your tour without any refund.
  • The ticket price listed here is only for reference and subject to change without prior notice.
  • Under certain circumstances, such as weather and accident, tour guide has the right to reschedule the tour. Thus we don’t recommend you planing to leave the tour before it ends in case any loss caused by reschedule.
  • There are only two full-size beds in one room. If you need additional beds, please ask the front desk by yourself.
  • All rooms are non-smoking.
  • Each passengers can only bring 2 luggages, one standard check-in luggage and one carry-on luggage. Every extra luggage is charged $25.
  • Hotels can only be checked in after 15:00pm. If you want to check in by yourself, please arrange your time well.
  • Some hotels of LA and Yellowstone National Park require passengers to provide credit card for pre authorization deposit when check in.
  • Under certain force majeure, such as weather, 1. Grand Canyon South/West Rim will be replaced by the Lake Mead and Premium Outlet; 2. Antelope Canyon will be replaced by the Grand Dam and Lake Powell; 3. Yosemite National Park will be replaced by the Paso Robles Chateau and Santa Barara. Relevant expenses should be paid to the tour guide.
  • All optional items have to be purchased through the tour guide. You are not allowed to purchase those items from any other channels.
  • For bus tours more than 3 days, you can reserve seats for first five rows, $10/person/day. If you need, please let us know when book the order and make extra payment.
  • During holidays and Las Vegas’ convention and exhibition, hotel expenses will be raised. We will contact you to make extra payment.
  • In some Yellowstone National Park tours, roommate pairing service is only applicable for male passengers.
  • For hotel upgrated package, roommate pairing service is not applicable.
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