Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater

Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater

Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater
Arizona 2-Day Tour: Grand Canyon, Bearizona WildLife Park and Meteor Crater

Overview

Tour Arizona and visit some of its top attractions! Trace the historic evolution of travel at the Arizona Route 66 Museum, meet over 30 kinds of North American animals at Bearizona Wildlife Park, see a massive crater formed by a meteorite over 50,000 years ago at the Meteor Crater, ride the Grand Canyon Railway, and explore the famous Grand Canyon National Park.

Highlights

  • Enjoy a guided tour of the famous Grand Canyon National Park
  • Visit four attractions in Arizona, including Bearizona Wildlife Park, Meteor Crater, and Arizona Route 66 Museum, and ride the Grand Canyon Railway
  • Pickup and drop-off included at hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

Key Information

Description

Book this two-day tour to visit some of Arizona's best attractions, including the famous Grand Canyon National Park as well as others like Bearizona Wildlife Park, Meteor Crater, and Arizona Route 66 Museum. You'll even get to ride the Grand Canyon Railway! Day 1 On day one of your tour, your first stop is the Arizona Route 66 Museum. Opened in September 2001 and operated by the Mohave Pioneers Historical Society, the museum is located in Kingman’s Historic Powerhouse and depicts the historical evolution of travel along the 35th parallel that became Route 66. Then, you'll visit the 160-acre Bearizona Wildlife Park, a drive-thru wildlife and safari park. In your tour vehicle, you'll traverse through more than three miles of Ponderosa Pine Forest and see North American animals in their natural habitats. You can also explore Fort Bearizona in the park, a beautiful 20-acre walk-thru area with winding paths, with a more traditional zoo-type setting. You'll also enjoy lunch in Bearizona Wildlife Park. Finally, before dinner and the end of the first day of your tour, you'll visit the Meteor Crater. Nestled on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the Meteor Crater Visitor Center is one of the most popular attractions in Northern Arizona. Over 50,000 years ago, space and earth came together when a huge iron-nickel meteorite — approximately 150 feet wide and weighing several hundred thousand tons — impacted an area outside of Flagstaff, Arizona, with a force 150 times greater than an atomic bomb. The result of this impact was devastation for miles and the creation of a giant bowl-shaped cavity which we call Meteor Crater today, which measures 550 feet deep and almost a mile wide. Day 2 On the second day of your tour, your day begins at the Grand Canyon Railway Station in Williams, Arizona after departure from your hotel. The Grand Canyon Railway is a heritage railroad which carries passengers between Williams, Arizona and the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. More than a century after its creation, the Grand Canyon Railway is delivering passengers to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim on a ride that blends adventure, history and culture. You'll ride the railway to the Grand Canyon Village, from where your tour of the Grand Canyon begins. The South Rim is the most visited part of the park, and it is open all year. Elevation averages 7000 feet (2134 m) above sea level. The South Rim includes the historic Grand Canyon Village, reached by driving and served by Grand Canyon Railway from Williams, Arizona, 59 miles to the south. After your Grand Canyon tour, you'll take the railway back to Williams, before being dropped off at your hotel in Las Vegas, where your tour ends.

How it works

1. Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email with all the details of your tour 2. You will be contacted by customer service at least a day before your tour 3. On your tour date, present your confirmation email to your tour guide (printed or displayed on your smartphone)