This tour will take you to Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. Travel across the American West to see some of its top destinations on a 6-night tour from Los Angeles. You’ll make your way through California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona to visit Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Yosemite National Park, Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park. Attractions include the 17-Mile Drive, a cruise on San Francisco Bay, an evening tour of the Las Vegas Strip, and a cruise on Lake Powell.
• San Francisco
• Yosemite National Park
• Grand Canyon
• Las Vegas
• Complimentary Airport Transfer
• Antelope Canyon
Day 1: Home – San Francisco
Flight to San Francisco (SFO) from your hometown.
Day 2: SF City Tour – Berkeley University – Pier 39
You may join our Tour of the Extensive Region. This in-depth city tour will take travelers to other popular SF sightseeing spots, such as: Cable Car, Lombard Lane, City Hall, St. Mary’s Cathedral, and San Francisco’s Chinatown. SF self-dismissing travellers can leave the tour at Fisherman’s Wharf-Pier 39 after the city tour.
We will stop at the popular Fisherman’s Wharf-Pier 39, you will have the opportunity to taste the delicious local seafood and take a boat ride (Optional) around the beautiful SF Bay area and enjoy the scenic views of the skyline of the SF Region, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island and the special pier with hundreds of joyful sea lions.
The University of California, Berkeley, based in Berkeley, California, is a public research university. Established in 1868, Berkeley is the flagship institution of the ten University of California system-affiliated research universities and is ranked as one of the most prestigious universities in the world and the highest public university in the United States.
For 2017-18, Berkeley was ranked 5th in the world and 1st among public universities by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU). In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Berkeley is also ranked 18th among research universities globally, sixth in the 2017 Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings. It is also ranked 4th in the world (1st among public universities) by the U.S. News & the world.
San Francisco: This cultural center of California is situated at the tip of the San Francisco Peninsula, surrounded by water on three sides. In addition, there were 43 hills on the peninsula, so the streets and buildings of the city are in line with those natural slopes. San Francisco’s most distinct attribute is its ideal weather, as well as its cultural tolerance.
Day 3: Yosemite NP – Fresno – Los Angeles
The group will visit Yosemite National Park in the morning, which is renowned for its giant granite cliffs, stunning waterfalls, and U-Shaped valley created by glaciers. You will have the ability to see the Yosemite Waterfall, the El Capitan Waterfall, and the View Point of the Tunnel. The party will pass through California’s wealthiest Central Valley after lunch before heading back to Los Angeles.
Yosemite waterfall: North America’s second highest waterfall, containing three parts, all combined with an impressive drop of 720 meters.
El Capitan: It is the world’s largest integral granite rock, and the greatest obstacle for climbers of rock.
Tunnel View Point: the best place to enjoy the U-shaped Yosemite Valley created by the glacier. “You can see the Half Dome standing on the bottom, which is the symbol of California and the well-known brand name” North Face “for sporting goods, Bridal Veil Drop, three sentinel rocks, and so on.
Day 4: Seven Magic Mountains – Las Vegas
We will be driving along Interstate 15 in the morning, entering the largest desert in North America: the Mojave Desert. We’ll visit the Seven Mountains of Wonder. We will be checking in at the Stratosphere Hotel Casino in Las Vegas in the afternoon. You can take part in our thrilling “night walk” in Las Vegas at night and/or try the world-famous high roller at your own expense.
Seven Magic Mountains: The colorful large-scale, public artwork of renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone Seven Magic Mountains is a two-year show in the desert outside Las Vegas , Nevada, showcasing seven thirty to thirty-five-foot high dayglow totems made up of painted, locally-sourced boulders.
Day 5: Las Vegas – Grand Canyon (West / South) – Las Vegas
You can vote for one of the following itineraries today:
Choice 1: Rim West (Skywalk):
This beautiful landscape has been sculpted over eons by the Colorado River and erosion. The western rim of the Grand Canyon belongs to the Indian Reservation (Mandatory Grand Canyon West Rim Admission). To access the canyon, the group will take the designated park shuttle.
You can take the helicopter trip and sightseeing boat tour (Optional) upon arrival at the terminal, in order to feel the canyon and the Colorado River from various viewpoints and discover the real beauty of the Grand Canyon. You can then take the park shuttle to Eagle Point and Guano Point, the closest sightseeing spots.
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.
Choice 2: South Rim ‘s Grand Canyon:
This is the most vivid erosion model in the world, which is why the Grand Canyon has not only become a textbook for geologists and paleontologists, but has also filled millions of visitors with emotion every year when presented with the creator ‘s masterpiece.
You will watch the IMAX Grand Canyon History movie at the entrance at your own expense. Then, go to the largest view point near the Mather Point visitor center. If the builder of the Grand Canyon is Heaven, the artist who carved the Grand Canyon is the Colorado River.
Given the passion in summer and the cold in winter, the history of romance in the rivers and valleys has been going on for six hundred million years. Sunshine and clouds still alternate controls over the canyon, giving the magnificent scenic image to a splash of elegance. During the evening, the party will return to Las Vegas. You can watch the world-renowned performance at your own expense (optional). * Compulsory Grand Canyon South Rim entry
Day 6: Las Vegas – Lower Antelope Canyon / Las Vegas Free Day – Las Vegas
You can vote for one of the following itineraries today:
Choice 1: Antelope Canyon Lower:
On Navajo Native American land near Page, Arizona, the famous prismatic slot canyon is located and is split into upper and lower parts. The Lower Antelope Canyon was formed by the Navajo Sandstone rainwater erosion and is only accessible through a guided tour. Often referred to as Corkscrew Canyon, this spectacular natural attraction features a vivid rainbow that makes it a photographer ‘s favorite spot.
Choice 2: the Free Day of Las Vegas
If consumers want Las Vegas Free Day, there will be additional costs. Please arrange your own tour guide and transportation.
Day 7: Ethel M Chocolate Factory – Cactus Garden – Outlets – Los Angeles
In the morning, we will leave the hotel and head for the Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden just outside The Strip. It’s quite an experience at Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Cactus Gardens. Each year, it attracts millions of tourists. At the Botanical Cactus Gardens, you can see chocolates being made, taste gourmet treats and meander through the labyrinth of paths at no price.
Then we go to the Plaza, where you can select souvenirs for your family and friends (health goods, medication, etc.) and buy them at your will. You can drop into other shops nearby if you don’t need shopping. In downtown Las Vegas, we’ll schedule lunch and depart from Las Vegas. We will stop at the popular Outlet Center on the way back to Los Angeles where you can fulfill all your shopping needs. The group is going to return to the Los Angeles area.
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