Monument Valley panorama

Las Vegas - National Parks

Bus tour "Las Vegas - National Parks of the West - San Francisco"

Tour schedule

This tour is by special order only.


Las Vegas - San Francisco. National Parks: Grand Canyon, Colorado River Horseshoe Bend, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon, Red Rock Monument, Yosemite National Park, Bryce Canyon, Zion Canyon, Death Valley.


During this tour we will visit 4 states - Nevada, Utah,Arizona and California.

Program (7 days/6 nights)

Day 1

Arrival to Las Vegas. Meeting at the airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day 2

Las Vegas. Las Vegas sightseeing tour, visiting the most popular casino/hotels and famous attractions. Included our exclusive workshop "Science of Winning" where you will learn all you need to know about casino gambling. In addition you may attend one of the shows at the renowned Cirque du Soleil* (tickets are extra.)

Day 3

Moving to Arizona. Stop at the historical Route 66, known also as the "Main Street of America". If you desire, watching a fascinating movie about Grand Canyon at the panoramic IMAX theater* (tickets are extra). During this trip you well enjoy captivating views of the Grand Canyon. Overnight stop at small town Page.

Day 4

Lake Powell - scenic overview point and panorama. Glen Canyon - East rim of the Grand Canyon. Walk to the scenic overview point "Colorado River Horseshoe Bend". Optional - walk with a local Indian guide to the Antelope Canyon* (paid extra). Monument Valley. Return to Page.

Day 5

Moving to Utah. Kanab City known as "Little Hollywood", place where well-known movie-western Mackenna's Gold was shot in 1969, along with more than 100 other movies. Red Rock Monument. National Park Bryce Canyon. Optional - walk along the Navajo Indian tribe trail (1.2 miles). National Park Zion. According to Navajo tribe's legend - Zion is home of Gods.

Day 6

Departure from Las Vegas to the National Park Death Valley. This valley is situated on the border of 2 states, Nevada and California, it captivates with beautiful landscapes of canyons, sand dunes, and its surreal cracked salty soil crust.

Day 7

National Park Mono Lake. National Park Yosemite. Majestic rocks of El Capitan and Half Dome. Yosemite Falls - 740 meters - the highest waterfall in North America. Giant sequoias of the Mariposa Grove. Arrival to San Francisco.


  • Airport transfers
  • Hotel lodging: 3★ - 3.5★
  • Breakfasts
  • Russian-speaking tour guides
  • Excursion program
  • Transportation during the tour

Additional Costs

  • Additional Tours and events denoted with *
  • Doorman services
  • Tips to driver and tour guide
  • Visa, medical insurance (must have)
  • Additional hotel stays
  • Additional expenses on the USA territory


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