DAY 1 Outbound international flight to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas to Zion National Park
Drive Time: 2 hours, 35 minutes | Distance: 170 miles

Stay: Desert Pearl Inn (2 nights)
​DAY 2 Zion National Park

We couldn’t put it any better than Utah’s own website… “Zion National Park is like the set of a movie that’s so grand you know it’s fake, but you don’t care because it’s delicious to look at; the kind of movie where the art director was given carte blanche and didn’t worry about believability”. Must see’s are Kolob Canyons, Kolob Terrace, Main Canyon and the East side.
​DAYS 3-4 Zion National Park to Bryce Canyon
Drive Time: 1 hour, 50 minutes | Distance: 91 miles

Take your time driving from Zion to Bryce as the scenery and geological wonders along the way are spectacular – especially once you hit Zion-Mount Carmel Highway – with lots of viewing areas to stop at and take in the sandstone spires, hanging gardens, canyons and rivers. Bryce Canyon is a fabulous place to lose yourself in nature's fantastical artistry, with the world’s largest collection of towering hoodoos (odd-shaped rock pillars), the epic Amphitheatre and Thor’s Hammer, and great opportunities for stargazing.

Stay: Stone Canyon Inn (2 nights)
​DAY 5 Bryce Canyon to Canyon Point
Drive Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes | Distance: 147 miles

Take a deep breath as you are about to spend three nights in the one of the most beautiful hotels on the planet.

Stay: Amangiri (3 nights)
​DAYS 6-7 Canyon Point

The ultra-luxe resort of Amangiri can easily stand toe-to-toe with the hypnotic, oversized landscape it sits in; and at the heart of the Grand Circle, the same goes for its activities and explorations. The early morning hot-air balloon flights, launching directly from Amangiri, are definitely not to be missed – taking in views over Lake Powell, Navajo Mountain, the Vermillion Cliffs and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. 
​DAY 8 ​​Canyon Point to Monument Valley
Drive Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes | Distance: 143 miles

Monument Valley lies south of Bluff via Highway 163 on the Utah/Arizona border, and because of its striking red rock spires, buttes, and mesas, the valley is known all over the globe as the setting for dozens of movies and TV commercials. But go beyond the scenery, and get a taste of Navajo Culture at historic Goulding's Trading Post, best done with a Navajo guide to really make the most out of your visit.

Stay: The View Hotel (1 night)
​DAY 9 Monument Valley to Grand Canyon
Drive Time: 3 hours, 5 minutes | Distance: 180 miles

Your journey from Monument Valley will take you past the Little Colorado River Gorge to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where you’ll spend the next two nights. 

Stay: El Tovar Hotel (2 nights)
​DAY 10 Grand Canyon

Tours from the South Rim offer the broadest range of experiences: so you can enjoy anything from rafting, biking, mule rides and walking trails; museums and galleries; to helicopter, jeep or guided interpretive tours through the Canyon.
​DAY 11 Grand Canyon to Las Vegas
Drive Time: 4 hours, 10 minutes | Distance: 278 miles

The drive from the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas is absolutely beautiful, and at times you could well be the only car on the road. However, as you approach the Hoover Dam you will begin to see civilisation, and it’s a great stop for a photo opportunity. 

Stay: Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas (2 nights)
​DAY 12 ​Las Vegas

From a tourism perspective, Las Vegas is ever the chameleon. New restaurants, shows, clubs and hotels are constantly reinventing Sin City, with endless choices of recreational pursuits, 24/7.
​DAY 13 Depart Las Vegas on your international flight back to London Heathrow Airport.
​PRICES ​12 nights from £3,910 per person, including flights & car hire
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