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8 DAYS FROM $2,560 PLUS AIRFARE (7 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches & 7 Dinners)


BEGINS PHOENIX Apr 8, 11, 18, 22, 25, 29


May 2, 6, 9, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 30


Jun 3, 6, 10, 13, 20, 27 Jul 4, 11, 18, 25 Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Sep 2, 5, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19, 23, 24, 26, 30 Oct 1, 3, 7, 8, 10, 14, 17


Dates in blue indicate Small Group Departures with no more than 26 Tauck guests, priced from $3090 per person double. Specific dates apply; inquire at time of booking.


From your overnight stay in Zion National Park to an engaging talk with a local expert in the Grand Canyon, Tauck ensures an up-close look at daily life in America’s Canyonlands


waterfalls cascading over the canyon walls; and the veil of spring water trickling over Weeping Rock. Depart Zion National Park for a memorable journey across the vast, colorful vistas of the northeastern Mojave Desert. Then get ready for a bit of culture shock as you arrive in Las Vegas, Nevada – a city that truly never sleeps, offering non-stop entertainment and fancifully themed casinos. Your accommodations at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas provide easy access to the Strip and an intimate haven for overnight relaxation. Join us for a farewell reception and dinner as our journey to the Canyonlands comes to an end. Meals BLD


8. JOURNEY HOME Tour ends: Las Vegas. Fly home anytime. A transfer is included from Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. Checkout time is 11:00 AM. Allow a minimum of two hours for flight check-in. Meals B


Dates in red indicate special singles value departures priced from $2948. Call for details, specific dates apply.


Go to www.tauck.com for up-to-the-minute space availability; additional dates may become available.


Double $2960 Double $2560 Double $2960


PRICE PER PERSON April though June Single $3548


July – August 28 Single $3148


August 29 – October Single $3548


Triple $2750 Triple $2350 Triple $2750


Airfare is additional. Tauck can book your air, to Phoenix and from Las Vegas, for travel originating in the U.S., subject to availability; inquire upon booking for special airfares that may be available.


Monument Valley Option – Add $199 per person


Please ask at time of booking about additional hotel nights before or after your tour and about our comprehensive Guest Protection Product.


*For activities marked with an asterisk (*) in day-by-day descriptions, participation is at your own risk and a signed liability waiver will be required.


Note – Some accommodations within the national parks are operated by concessionaires for the National Park Service. Service staff in these facilities are often part-time and are relatively inexperienced; service may not compare to Tauck’s hotels in other locations.


FINE HOTELS / GREAT LOCATIONS


Night 1* Night 2


Night 3,4 Night 5


MONUMENT VALLEY OPTION – $199


View colorful sandstone buttes, mesas and spires best appreciated from above on an optional flightseeing adventure* from Page, Arizona, to Monument Valley, iconic setting of many classic western films. Land near the valley within the Navajo Indian Reservation, where a Navajo guide takes you for a close-up view of the incredible monoliths rising from the valley floor; fly back to Page midday and return to Lake Powell.


Call your travel agent or Tauck at 800-468-2825


Night 6 Night 7


JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa Phoenix, AZ Kachina Lodge


Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas The Lodge at Bryce Canyon


Zion Lodge Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas


Grand Canyon National Park, AZ


Page, AZ


Bryce Canyon National Park, UT


Zion National Park, UT Las Vegas, NV


*Tour of May 9 will stay at the Scottsdale Marriott at McDowell Mountains


America’s Canyonlands combines well with these journeys; ask at time of booking!


Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks (10 days, page 24) New Mexico – Land of Enchantment (8 days, page 28) California’s Gold Coast (10 days, page 32)


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