7-Day Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco Tour

7 Days

Travel with us on a stunning weeklong West Coast tour to Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, San Francisco, and Las Vegas from Los Angeles! The splendor of the American West, where wildlife, mountains, and wide-open spaces generate a sense of spiritual freedom, is found in only a few places on the planet.

Experience the splendor of Bryce Canyon and Yellowstone National Park on this 7-day camping vacation in the American West, and witness the Tetons mountains vertically stretching their way towards an open blue sky. While in Salt Lake City, look for bison, bears, and wolves, as well as the Mormon Tabernacle. Five nights of camping, one night in a hotel, and most meals are included in the tour.

7-Day Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco Tour


  • See the neon lights of Las Vegas’s world-famous resorts
  • Experience the Grand Canyon from 720 feet in the air on the Skywalk
  • Discover breathtaking sandstone formations in Antelope Canyon
  • Enjoy the picture-perfect 17 Mile Drive along the coast of Monterey
  • Take photos of the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown, and more in San Francisco
  • Visit Yosemite National Park and see waterfalls, lakes, and giant redwoods

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Day 1: Los Angeles

When your airplane lands at Los Angeles airport (LAX), your fun-filled trip of the best sights and cities on the West Coast begins. You will be welcomed at the airport by your friendly tour guide. They will direct you to your hotel and, if necessary, assist you with your check-in. The check-in time at the hotel is 3:00 PM.

(Free light meal + 1 bottle of water per person) Los Angeles Night Tour
We recommend joining the Los Angeles Night Tour for customers whose international flights arrive before 2:00pm or domestic flights arrive before 3:00pm!

You will visit the center of Los Angeles City during this three-hour trip. We’re going to stop at Walt Disney and The Broad Concert Hall. “Then visit” Staples Center “(exterior) at the Los Angeles Lakers home. Visit Los Angeles Public Library(exterior) and ascend to the popular OUE Skyspace (additional admission), experience the special Skyslide at the last head to the financial district.

Pass by: City Hall of Los Angeles, Grand Park, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Contemporary Art Museum.

* The Night Tour is not available every Sunday.

Los Angeles Night Tour Departure Time and Location:
17:30pm: Pomona’s La Quinta Inn & Suites, 3200 W Temple Ave, Pomona, 917688 CA
17:45pm: Rowland Heights, 18880 Gale Ave, Rowland Heights, CA 9174880 Best Western Plus Executive Inn,
18:15pm: Rosemead Quality Inn, 9488 Valley Blvd., Rosemead, CA 91770
18:30pm: El Monte Holiday Inn, 9920 Valley Boulevard, El Monte, CA 917311

* * If, for whatever reason, your flight is delayed or changed, we will not be held responsible for your airport transfers. You may also be subject to a late arrival transfer charge or forced to self-transfer to the hotel if you arrive after the free airport transfer times stated. Please call the emergency number listed on your e-ticket for assistance if you are delayed and arrive after our regular hours. * *

For customers, please e-mail or call us for a transportation price quote which:

* Arrive beyond the complimentary time period for airport move.
* Have flight delays that include extra late night / delayed airport transfers at the last minute.
* Demand more than one move from the airport per order.

We highly suggest that you book your arrival flights within the proposed time frames and departure flight times after the stated time frames.

Day 2: Los Angeles – Las Vegas

Driving through the beautiful Mojave Desert, the tour group will leave Los Angeles to arrive in Las Vegas-The Pearl in the Desert. You are going to get the night for yourself. You can participate in our Las Vegas Night Tour or see one of the city’s many award-winning shows!

Day 3: Las Vegas – Grand Canyon South / West / Lower Antelope Canyon – Las Vegas

Today, you have the choices below. When booking, please pick one of them.

Rim West (Skywalk):
In the morning, we will start the day with a drive to the Hoover Dam (stop for about 30 minutes. We will only pass by it from 3/29/2020) and see the largest artificial lake in North America-Lake Mead. Then, fly to one of the world’s 7 most famous natural wonders-the Grand Canyon!

7-Day Camping Tour: Bryce Canyon, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone from Las Vegas

This beautiful landscape has been sculpted over eons by the Colorado River and erosion. The western rim of the Grand Canyon is part of the Indian Reservation (no mandatory admission included). To access the canyon, the group will take the designated park shuttle.

You can take the helicopter trip and sightseeing boat tour after arriving at the terminal (admission not included; optional) to feel the canyon and Colorado River from various viewpoints and to discover the true beauty of the Grand Canyon.

Then, you can take the park shuttle to Eagle Point and Guano Point, the next sightseeing spot. You can take an optional tour of the “Skywalk” at Eagle Peak, which is a gigantic new building constructed on the very edge of the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. During the evening, the party will return to Las Vegas. For your own expense (optional), you can watch the world-renowned film.

South edge:
In the morning, we will start the day with a drive to the Hoover Dam (stop for about 30 minutes. We will only pass by it from 3/29/2020) and see the largest artificial lake in North America-Lake Mead. Then, fly to one of the world’s 7 most famous natural wonders-the Grand Canyon!

This is the most vivid erosion model in the world, which is why every year the Grand Canyon draws millions of visitors. Then, go to the largest viewpoint near the visitor center-Mather Point. Enjoy the sun and clouds, which still alternate controls over the canyon, adding to the magnificent scenic image a splash of elegance. During the evening, the party will return to Las Vegas.

* Please DO check the guide number prior to departure.

* In winter, in the event of bad weather, we reserve the right to change the day-to-day itinerary. In Las Vegas, visitors can take a free day tour (without any extra fee) instead of visiting the South Shore.

Horseshoe Bend Tour and Antelope Canyon:

We will ride through Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend in the morning, which is one of the ten photographic sites in the world. Then we will fly over the Glen Canyon Dam to the second-largest man-made lake in North America, Lake Powell. We’ll head back to Las Vegas then. Las Vegas is evolving constantly and often exciting. Take an optional Las Vegas city tour and visit the “Entertainment Capital of the World” or attend one of the special shows performed exclusively in Las Vegas.

* Please DO check the guide number prior to departure.

Day 4: Las Vegas – Los Angeles

In the morning, you can leave your hotel and head off just outside the Strip to the Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden. The Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Cactus Gardens are quite an adventure and annually draw millions of visitors. At the Botanical Cactus Gardens, you can see chocolates being made, sample gourmet treats, and meander through the labyrinth of paths without charge.

In Las Vegas, you can also enjoy the optional buffet brunch and then leave Las Vegas. You will stop by the popular Outlet Center on the way back to Los Angeles, where you will be able to fulfill all your shopping needs. By evening, you will be landing in Los Angeles.

Day 5: Los Angeles – 17-Mile Drive – San Francisco

We leave this morning from Los Angeles and pass through part of California’s Central Valley, where half of the fruits, nuts, and vegetables grown in America are produced each year, making California the largest agricultural state in America. In the afternoon, arriving at the picturesque Monterey Peninsula, on the beach, there are gentle sea breezes, meandering coasts, surging waves, bizarre cliffs, cute seals, and sea lions.

Here, we stop to see the spectacular ocean view and multimillion-dollar mansions at a first-class golf course and casino. Then we admire the absolutely stunning scenery of the 17 Miles. You can also discover the newly opened Visitor Center and Pebble Beach.

In the evening, we arrived in the Bay Area (Greater San Francisco) and stayed overnight.

Day 6: UC Berkeley University – Madame Tussauds/Exploratorium – San Francisco City Tour

We will visit the UC Berkeley campus (admission not included) in the morning.

Berkeley’s faculty, alumni, and staff have received 72 Nobel Prizes. The Golden Gate Bridge and the Golden Gate Straight are both visible from the nostalgic campus! We then travel to San Francisco, home to over 50 rolling hills and surrounded on three sides by water.

We’re going to visit the Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Lane, the Fine Arts Palace, and the Fisherman’s Wharf. Here you can take an optional (own expense) cruise to San Francisco Bay and discover Madame Tussaud. You can take an in-depth city tour this afternoon at your own expense.

Hang in central California overnight.

Day 7: Yosemite National Park – Los Angeles

We’ll be leaving the hotel for Yosemite National Park in the morning. Yosemite is made up of massive trees , mountains and sparkling streams and lakes, glaciers-carved canyons, all of these special features. Take a stroll and enjoy the fresh forest air in the mountains. We will ride through California’s Central Valley after lunch, where more than half of the fruits, nuts, and vegetables grown in the country are produced every year. We will return to Los Angeles in the evening.

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