Days 1-3 Los Angeles7817505784
The adventure begins with 3 days in Los Angeles exploring all that the gateway city has to offer. Spend your time as you choose - visit glamorous Hollywood, the Walk of Fame and Sunset Boulevard, or you may prefer to hit the shops and watch for celebrities at famous Rodeo Drive. Spend an action-packed day at Universal Studios - take a thrilling theme park ride, see a show, and visit a real working movie studio. Of course, a trip to LA would not be complete without experiencing the magic of Disneyland, for young and old, it's the happiest place on earth!
Day 4 Las Vegas
Fly to Las Vegas, famed for its vibrant nightlife, casinos, shopping and entertainment. There are plenty of things to see and do while you're in town, and your time is your own, so why not make the most of it! Walk the famous 'Strip' and see the pirate ship of the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino, the erupting volcano of The Mirage Hotel and Casino, and stand before the famous Bellagio fountains. You could even see a spectacular stage show or try your luck at the world-famous casinos. With so much on offer, Las Vegas has got you covered.
Days 5-7 Zion National Park606-587-0952
Collect your luxury motorhome in Las Vegas and start your 11-night RV adventure travelling to Zion National Park.
Breathtaking Zion Canyon is the centrepiece of the 147,000-acre Zion National Park featuring a spectacular landscape of high plateaus, sheer canyons, and cliffs.
Zion National Park abounds in things to see and do, from the scenic byways that slice through the park to the trails that wind through the backcountry. The numerous lookouts are a favourite with wildlife watchers who search the sky for Zion's more than 200 bird species, while hikers can strap on their boots and venture out on numerous trails. You can also use the park's modern shuttle bus to explore this magnificent canyon from end to end.
Once you're done taking in the park's beauty, you can kick back in one of Zion's campgrounds and wind down for the day.
Days 8-9 Bryce Canyon National Park
Next stop is Bryce Canyon National Park, where unique rock formations of multi-hued pinnacles await.
Bryce Canyon is a collection of giant natural amphitheatres along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce is distinctive due to its red rock pillars, called hoodoos. The red, orange, and white colours of the rocks provide spectacular views for park visitors.
Staying in the national park's campground you will experience the early morning and late evening, when the pink-orange sandstone undergoes a dramatic transformation of light, shadow, and colour.
Bryce Canyon has over 1.5 million visitors each year who all take delight in the fantastic scenery and recreational opportunities.
Bryce Canyon Horse/Mule Ride â 2 Hours
You'll see more grandeur and beauty than you can imagine on your visit to Bryce Canyon. Descend into the canyon on your horse or mule. Your cowboy guide will share the history and geology of the area. Once you reach the floor of Bryce Canyon you'll take a loop that winds through fascinating rock formations back to the rim of the Canyon.
Days 10-11 Lake Powell844-620-7943
Travel to your next stop Lake Powell, the second largest human-made lake in the United States. At 200 miles long, Lake Powell is widely recognised as one of the premier boating destinations in the world. Stretching from northern Arizona into southern Utah, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is graced with scenic views and unique geology. Activities on the lake include boating, water-skiing, fishing and kayaking.
Located just outside the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is Antelope Canyon, the most photographed slot canyon in the world. A testament to the power of water and time, flash flooding has created deep, gorgeous passagewaysâcalled slot canyons, that can be traversed on foot.
Antelope Canyon Scenic Tour â 2 hour
Antelope Canyon is located on land owned by an American Indian family on the nearby Navajo Reservation. Slot canyons are rare â from within you'll see a palette of colours transmitted by light filtering down from above, bouncing from wall to wall. Your guide will share a little history and point out key areas in this mysterious and haunting canyon.
Days 12-13 Grand Canyon National Park
Your next stop is one of the world's natural wonders â the Grand Canyon. Vast, magnificent and beautiful, the Grand Canyon is a natural wonder that you simply have to see to believe. Stretching 277 miles from end to end, steep, rocky walls descend more than a mile to the canyon's floor, formed by 6 six million years of erosion from the Colorado River.
Grand Canyon South Rim Heli Tour
One of the most exciting ways to see the Grand Canyon is on a Helicopter Tour. Your helicopter tour departs from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon taking you over the beautiful Kaibab National Forest, home to the world's largest Ponderosa Pine Forest. Reaching the edge of the canyon, the rim gently drops away as the North Rim and eastern end of the canyon come into view â providing one of the most spectacular views of the entire canyon.
Full Day Tour of the Grand Canyon
University trained guides teach you about plants, animals, Puebloan Indian culture and rock formations on this air-conditioned van tour. Of course, watch out for wildlife during your tour â deer, bighorn sheep, elk, coyote, wild turkey, Javelina, or an endangered California Condor. The full day tour includes park entry, snacks, beverages, and lunch at the Trading Post.
Day 14 Hoover Dam and Lake Mead
Drive the historic Route 66 to Lake Mead. On the way you may like to stop and spend some time at Hoover Dam, one of the world's greatest engineering achievements. Situated on the Nevada-Arizona border and stretching 1,244 feet across the Black Canyon, Hoover Dam took 5 years to construct. Built to control flooding along the Colorado River and provide water and hydroelectric power for California and the Southwest, the dam spurred tremendous growth in that part of the United States.
Formed by the damming of the Colorado River, Lake Mead, covers about 248 square miles. Backed by spectacular cliff and canyon scenery, Lake Mead is the perfect setting for a wide variety of watersports and desert hiking.