18 minute drive to the church ceremony and all the sights and places to see in Phoenix and Scottsdale area.
2 minute drive / 6 minute walk to the church ceremony. This place is a campus town of Arizona State University and a close drive to the Tempe town lake.
18 minute drive to the church ceremony.
Maximize your Grand Canyon experience without the headache of waiting for the shuttle bus to arrive. Whether this is your first trip to the Grand Canyon or a return visit, your expert guide leaves you with a feeling of discovery and wonder you won't soon forget.
The history, dramatic geology, wildlife, and extraordinary landscape of the Grand Canyon come to life through stories, facts, and legends. Climb aboard one of Pink Jeep Tours' famous open-air Jeep Wranglers and head along the South Rim to Grandview Point, where you witness some of the most expansive, gorgeous, and magnificent vistas in the world.
Your tour also includes admission to the IMAX movie Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets. The film explores the human history of this natural wonder, from the earliest native civilizations to the expedition of John Wesley Powell.
Explore the natural marvels of northern Arizona by visiting Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, and Lees Ferry—where the epic Grand Canyon begins. Learn about Navajo culture from a local Native American guide and check out the quaint desert cities of Flagstaff and Page.
Your tour begins with a convenient pickup at your hotel, and then heads through the Sonoran Desert toward the mountain city of Flagstaff, which rests right beneath the San Francisco Peaks, the largest mountain range in Arizona. On your journey, you have a chance to stop at a Navajo trading post to learn about Navajo culture and see how their intricate crafts are made.
Your next stop is the spectacular Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon of deep red-rock chasms that were created by water erosion over thousands of years. Walk through the canyon with a local Navajo guide who presents the important history, culture, and geology of the region. Bask in the sunlight that filters down through the narrow cracks above as you wander through the narrow walkways that lie between the massive orange walls surrounding you.
Once you reemerge from Antelope Canyon, head to the shores of Lake Powell, a massive reservoir on the Colorado River that straddles the Utah border. If you're feeling hungry, have no fear, as your next destination is the city of Page, where you can enjoy a satisfying lunch at one of the local eateries.
When your stomach is full, embark on a scenic 1-mile hike to the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, which offers awe-inspiring views into a deeply carved channel where the Colorado River winds far below. Your last stop is the Navajo Bridge at Lees Ferry, which marks the beginning of the Grand Canyon. On your way back to your hotel, make your way across the bridge, which spans the mighty Colorado River, and relish the fact that you are riding over the only place where you can drive across the Grand Canyon.
Delve into the history, geology, folklore, and legends of one of the most interesting places in the world on this tour of Sedona. Spend some time exploring with an expert guide, and then enjoy a free afternoon to shop and soak up the city’s special energy on your own.
After you’re picked up from your Flagstaff hotel, travel in a comfortable spacious vehicle that offers great views of Sedona’s famous red rock landscapes. Your experienced and entertaining guide ensures you have a good time with ample time spent outside photographing the amazing views.
Learn about Sedona's mysterious vortex sites and pick up recommendations on places to shop, tours to do, and places to dine. In the afternoon, have time on your own to explore the historic uptown, shop the unique shops and outdoor market stands of the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, or enjoy the art on Gallery Row.