Page, Arizona
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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 49 reviews

Perfectly organized and fun!

We did this tour with Roberto and it was just amazing! First of all, every single stop was gorgeous or cool to see or to be there. Then, they stop at so many places that you don't really notice you are in the bus for so long. We also liked that there were on tours within the tour, like the Monument Valley where we had a real Navajo who drove us through. Roberto himself was very nice and a very good guide. We wouldn't change a single thing about this tour, except maybe that the tour guide should talk a little bit more about the history of the places. Roberto could answer all of our questions, so he knew everything!

Our tour guide Cody was very professional and awesome. He took good care of me and my colleagues. He was very knowledgable about the area as well as its history. He cares about us very much and gave us additional information about what to do and don't. He kept reminding us to take more water due to hot weather and have a box of water prepared for us. He does suggest us to depart slightly early than the planned time to avoid extreme weather and we are lucky to have listened to his advise. The Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend are a must-see when you are in Phoenix. It's mesmerizing!!!

A wonderful trip! We visited the Grand Canyon (south rim) according to the program and had enough time for it. Day 2 Monument Valley and Horseshoe Bend and Day 3 Antelope Canyon (optional - but the whole group did) and Zion National Park. The days were tightly organized. Our guide Joe explained a lot to us and gave us helpful tips on site. In the evening the group had dinner together and there were very nice conversations. The hotels were good.

Roberto and Joel were great guide and driver. if you are going in October, bring a winter jacket for the trip to Monument valley. It is very windy and the temperature can drop dramatically, out of the sun

Much more than I have expected. Great group, great guide and great hotels.