Las Vegas, Death Valley & the Grand Canyon Railway ( )

Start your journey off in Las Vegas, “The Entertainment Capital of the World”! Check out one of the world-famous shows, try your luck at a casino, or experience some of its fine dining. Next up is Death Valley National Park. Home to Badwater Basin, the lowest elevation in North America and Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous United States. Continue your road trip over to Willams, Arizona, the gateway to the Grand Canyon. Board the Grand Canyon Railway and travel to the South Rim. After your sightseeing tour around the Grand Canyon, enjoy free time to relax and take in the views or enjoy a leisurely hike. End your vacation with a final night in Las Vegas.

Highlights:

    • Roundtrip service in Coach accommodations on the Grand Canyon Railway
    • Grand Canyon Freedom Tour
    • 6 nights hotel accommodations  
    • 7-day midsize car rental 
    • 1 meal included (1 breakfast) 
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Disclaimer:

Sample prices are based on our value travel period, per person, double-occupancy, tax included. Prices and packages are subject to change without notice and all reservations are based on the availability at the time of booking. Other restrictions may apply.

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Maswik Lodge

Maswik Lodge is a modern facility spread over several acres of ponderosa pine forest, located just 1/4 mile from the Canyon's edge. Maswik Lodge features a cafeteria that is open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm. Here you will also find a sports bar with a wide screen TV, a curio shop stocked with handicrafts and gifts, and a transportation/activities desk.

Bright Angel Lodge

Bright Angel Lodge, designed in 1935, has a natural, rustic character, and is a Registered National Historic Landmark. Designed by famed architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter (Mary E. J. Colter), it has always been a popular place to stay and the center of South Rim activity. Located just a few feet from the Canyon rim, Bright Angel Lodge is the check-in point for the world famous Grand Canyon Mule Rides.

El Tovar

El Tovar Hotel, the premier lodging facility at the Grand Canyon, opened its doors in 1905 and was most recently renovated in 2005. In the past, the Hotel has hosted such luminaries as Theodore Roosevelt, Albert Einstein, Western author Zane Grey, and many others. Today, El Tovar retains its elegant charm. Located on the Canyon rim, it features a fine dining room (open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner), lounge and curio shop with newsstand.

Kachina Lodge

Located directly on the rim of the Grand Canyon, the Kachina Lodge is a great hotel for all guests visiting the South Rim.

Thunderbird Lodge

Conveniently located between El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodge, Thunderbird is a contemporary lodge located at the South Rim.

Yavapai Lodge

Yavapai Lodge is Grand Canyon National Park Lodges' largest facility and is surrounded by pinyon and juniper woodlands, about 1/2 mile from the rim. With modern rooms and many services within a few steps, this is a convenient choice for families. Yavapai East rooms feature in-room air conditioning and Yavapai West rooms have vaulted ceilings with ceiling fans. The Lodge is located next to the Market Plaza, which includes a general store, bank, and U.S. Post Office.