7-Day Yellowstone National Park and West Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour - 7 Days

7-Day Yellowstone National Park and West Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour

Wonder where to go? Join our 7-Day tour and let us take you to Yellowstone National Park and West Grand Canyon (Skywalk).

7-Day Yellowstone National Park and West Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour

Highlights

  • Observe the fascinating geothermal features of Yellowstone National Park
  • Visit the famous Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend and take amazing pictures
  • Visit the Utah Capitol in Salt Lake City and enjoy a full view of the city that surrounds it.
  • Take an optional visit to Grand Canyon West Rim or Grand Canyon South Rim

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Day 1
Los Angeles - Seven Magic Mountains - Las Vegas - St. George

We’ll fly along the Interstate 15 freeway in the morning, passing through North America’s largest desert: the Mojave Desert. We’ll hit Seven Magic Mountains.

We’ll drop by Las Vegas in the afternoon for a fast break and then drive towards St. George. Stay in St. George over night.

Seven Magic Mountains: Renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s vivid, large-scale, public artwork Seven Magic Mountains is a two-year show located in the desert outside Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring seven-thirty to thirty-five-foot high dayglow totems consisting of painted, locally produced boulders.

Day 2
Glen Canyon Dam - Antelope Canyon - Horseshoe Bend - SLC

We’re going to visit the famous Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend today, where you can take some wonderful pictures!

Colorado Plateau: America’s largest mountain plateau. Some of the most spectacular nature sceneries had developed here after years of erosion from the Colorado River. Red cliffs, arches and mesas decorate this landscape of the vase with its dazzling colours.

Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell (PASS BY): Lake Powell is the second largest artificial water reservoir in the United States, and also marks the Grand Canyon starting point. See the Lake Powell range as we reach the Glen Canyon Dam.

Antelope Canyon (own expense): one of the world’s most iconic and popular natural landscapes and a must-see for enthusiasts of photography. Millions of years of flash floods and natural erosion have endowed us with these slot canyons, with their smooth wavy curves and stunning sandstone colours, it’s truly a natural wonder.

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

Day 3
Yellowstone National Park - West Yellowstone

After leaving the hotel in the morning, we will travel all the way to the world-yellowstone national park first. Over the course of 2 days, we will visit 12 of Yellowstone’s big scenery, such as Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Spring and Fountain Paint Pot etc. Night out in West Yellowstone.

Time guide for 12 major attractions in Yellowstone Park (refer to real time instruction arrangements) Grand Prismatic Spring (30min) — Old Faithful Geyser (30min) — Yellowstone Canyon (Artist Point) (30min) — Norris Basin (30min) — Fountain Paint Pot (30min) — Yellowstone Lake (60min) — Yellowstone Waterfall (30min) — Mud Volcano (30min) — Hayden Valley (15min) — Fishing Bridg (60min) — Yellowstone Waterfall (30min) — All four different types of geothermal activities, geyser, hot spring, fumarole, and mud pot are to be found as we drive you through the park.

Grand Prismatic Spring: The world’s third largest hot spring, the most popular hot spring in the national park. Setting foot inside the area will fill you with steam and allow you to see the brilliant colors inside the hot spring up close.

Old Faithful Geyser: the most prominent landmark inside Yellowstone, it is the national park emblem as well. No matter the environment, erupting about every 91 minutes, this is a must-see when you’re inside Yellowstone.

Fountain Paint Pot: walking along this path will give you a great view of the light pink mud pot, with its continuously boiling mud bubbles and nearby fumaroles.

West Yellowstone: A small town just outside Yellowstone National Park’s westerly entrance. Best place attracted more tourists to live over night here. There are a lot of gift stories, restaurants where you can have a wonderful diner in the theme of Yellowstone.

Day 4
Yellowstone National Park - Grand Teton - Jackson - SLC

We’ll continue our tour of Yellowstone National Park in the morning, visiting Norris Basin, Yellowstone Canyon, Yellowstone Drop, Mud Volcano and Yellowstone Lake. After lunch we can leave the park and get into Grand Teton National Park to see beautiful Mountain View, and then carry on to the popular little town of Jackson. Then live overnight in the town of Salt Lake.

Norris Basin: It is Yellowstone National Park’s most concentrated site with geothermal operations. You’ll be treated to a wonderful view of all the hot springs along the way as you walk the trail in this steamy fairyland.

Yellowstone Canyon (Artist Point): see the canyon with all the beauty of its colour. After long years of exposure to the sulfur content from the local thermal, the cliff’s rock walls were painted yellow, so called Yellowstone. From the Artist Point viewing point, we’ll view the Canyon, one of the best views for this place.

Yellowstone Lake: This is North America’s highest volcanic lake height. You will spend lunch over there on the lakeside.

Yellowstone Waterfall: You can see the waterfall from afar along the way, but we’re going to take you one step closer and give you a view right next to the waterfall to witness its power in person.

Mud Volcano: One of national park’s largest concentrations of onus pans. See the Mud Cauldron, Dragon mouth spring and Mud Volcano as well as a chance to see some wildlife in the area.

Hayden Valley: Although a lake once stood here, Hayden Valley is now a wildlife sanctuary, and the site of the world’s largest free roaming bison rut.

Fishing Bridge: This bridge was originally built in 1902. Historically the Fishing Bridge was a very famous fishing area. Angling from the bridge was pretty sweet, since it was a wide spawning area for cutthroat trout. It ended up being the best location to watch the Yellowstone Trout. The trout in this area will normally spawn and leap out the water during the summer season.

Morning Glory Pool: Park visitors have always been a favourite. One early account raved: “It’s exactly like a flower of morning glory. The long and slender throat, like the tube of the flower, extending from mysterious depths below, branches out through ever widening snowy walls, eventually creating a beautifully symmetrical and elegant chalice filled with water of the most stunning, clearest, egg-blue robin.” Morning Glory Pool Trail: Discover more must-see sights on the ‘Natural Wonders.’ This is an simple 1.4 mile (2.8 miles round trip) paved trail in the Upper Geyser Basin that passes through some of the Upper Geyser Basin’s largest geysers and finishes at the Morning Glory Pool. Geysers from Castle, Grotto, and Riverside are among the key features that you’ll see along the way.

Jackson, WY: popular border town, situated right at the Grand Teton and Rocky Mountains crossing, it has become a paradise for sports enthusiasts outdoors. It is also the world’s third largest artwork exchange venue, and a popular wealthy holiday destination. The highly admired Elk Antler Arches Park is a must see, with its four arches made from thousands of elk antlers.

Grand Teton National Park: one of the most spectacular national parks in the world with its snow-covered mountain peaks and a wide variety of wildlife species year round. This also attracted great writer Ernest Hemingway to fall in love with this town, and was the backdrop to countless Western films.

Day 5
Salt Lake City - Las Vegas

We’ll see the Utah State Capitol in the morning. Within this house is the Governor’s office. Sitting on top of Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, this building gives you a full view of the surrounding area. It is also the state’s most recognized architectural landmark.

We will then travel to Mormon Church Temple Square. This is Mormon Church Headquarters and its 15 million members worldwide. It is the center of Mormon history, and the site of the famous Temple of Salt Lake.

Our final stop is on the Great Salt Lake. The: The largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere, it is also the largest freshwater salt lake in North America. The lake is more than six times the salinity of seawater, so known as America’s Dead Sea. Krill is a unique creature which grows inside the Great Salt Lake.

Your tour guide will take you on a four hour Las Vegas Night Tour that evening. You can explore the indoor “sky dome,” San Marcos Park, and man-made water canals at Venetian Hotel & Casino. First, you’ll see the “volcano eruption” demonstration outside Mirage Hotel & Casino. You’ll then watch the massive music fountain facing the Bellagio and enjoy the world’s largest glassworks. We’ll end by walking through the popular LINQ Commercial Lane, sampling a range of local snacks along the way, and eventually hitting the highest High Roller in the country.

Day 6
Hoover Dam - Grand Canyon West Rim or Grand Canyon South Rim - Las Vegas

You can potentially visit Grand Canyon West Rim or Grand Canyon South Rim: Grand Canyon West Rim This is located in the Indian Reservation area. The Hualapai Indians have stood watch over this sacred land for centuries. Grand Canyon is 6,000 feet deep, with the Colorado River flowing softly downwards and giving it life. There you can visit the iconic “Eagle Point” landmark on the west rim, and pay a fee if you want to go on the spectacular, man-made “Sky Walk.” Then we fly to the famous “Guano Point,” for an spectacular view of the Grand Canyon. You can pay a fee if you want the best view, and take the famous “helicopter ride” flying over the majestic canyon.

South Rim of Grand Canyon It is one of the world’s seven natural wonders. If you want to go to South Side, at Mather View Point, you’ll see the grand view of Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon’s South Rim is the most frequented spot in Grand Canyon National Park. The Scenic views and Vistas are what you dream and have been waiting to see for a lifetime.

Free Day in Las Vegas Youself will plan your day off in Las Vegas. We offer no ground transportation or tour guide service.

Hoover Dam: Hoover Dam is located at the border between Nevada and Arizona and crosses the Colorado River. It is the largest dam in the US, known as the desert diamond. During the “great economic crisis” Hoover Dam was built which at the time produced over 5,000 jobs. This was a landmark accomplishment in the history of U.S. Water Works and opened the doors for discovery of the American western frontier. Please note that only those who wish to visit Grand Canyon’s west rim or south rim can stop by The Hoover Dam before returning to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Shows: The best shows in the world are those. Once you arrive in Vegas, you have to see for yourself why they have founded Las Vegas as the world’s “entertainment capital.” Most stars perform “live,” making it a rare opportunity to be a part of the show, to be in the crowd. Many notable appearances include: Le Reve, Magic Show by David Copperfield, The Vegas Show, etc. You’ll remember it for a lifetime, no matter what series you pay to see.

Day 7
Chocolate Factory - Botanical Cactus Gardens - Outlet Center - Los Angeles

We will head for the M&M Chocolate factory and the Cactus Garden early in the morning. You will sample some of the popular speciality chocolates at the chocolate factory. Take the on-site tour included, and you can see the chocolate making process. At Cactus Garden you can photograph hundreds of cactus plants from all four deserts in the US. Upon lunch we should go for brand name shopping at the Barstow Outlet. We will return to Los Angeles in the early evening.

We’ll be back in Los Angeles in the early evening to drop you off for your flights at LAX.