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Fly to Las Vegas where you will transfer to your hotel for two nights.
A day at leisure to explore this breathtaking, glittering desert city, dubbed 'Sin City' for its myriad of casinos, themed hotels and lavish shows. Revel in the neon-gilded Las Vegas strip, ride the roller coaster at New York, New York or view man-eating sharks up close at Mandalay Bay. Don't miss the Fremont Street experience, where a glass atrium enclosing five city blocks comes alive with dazzling sounds and lights. Las Vegas is perfectly placed for trips to the mighty Hoover Dam, one of the engineering wonders of the world; Boulder City, which was originally built by the government as housing for workers who were building the Hoover Dam; and beautiful Lake Mead, the largest man-made lake and reservoir in the United States.
Today, cross the desert and arrive in historic Williams on Route 66. View the legendary neon signs of Williams's 1940's Motel Row. Spend tonight in Williams before entering the Grand Canyon National Park.
Today, experience an unforgettable journey into the canyon on the Grand Canyon Railroad. From a 1950s passenger car, marvel at one of the Natural Wonders of the World and experience breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon. There will be plenty of free time to wander along the canyon rim to admire the magnificence that is Grand Canyon National Park. There is time for an optional helicopter flightseeing tour - definitely the thrill of a lifetime. Accommodation is inside the National Park.
To experience the American West that’s been immortalized on the silver screen, journey across the Navajo Nation to Monument Valley. Situated on the Arizona/Utah border, the valley’s scenic desert vistas and iconic buttes have appeared in countless classic Western films. Overnight in Kayenta.
This morning's included four-wheel drive tour is a memorable way to experience Monument Valley. Continue to Page and visit the Glen Canyon Dam, holding back the waters of the Colorado River in Lake Powell, the USA's second largest man-made lake. In the afternoon, why not join the optional Antelope Canyon cruise, which goes onto the lake and into the tight winding canyons?
An optional early morning flight provides another unique perspective on Lake Powell. It also includes Glen Canyon Dam, Wahweap Marina, Tower Butte and Rainbow Bridge, the largest natural arch on earth. We then travel into Utah along the Grand Staircase to Bryce Canyon, where erosion has created delicate towers and deep ravines in a myriad of fantastic colours.
Today travel to Zion National Park. Once a refuge for Mormon pioneers, it's a striking landscape of steep canyons and stone towers carved out by rushing streams over millions of years. There is plenty of time to explore the park: take the park shuttle, see the visitor centre, the museum, enjoy a leisurely hike, do some bird-watching, or join a Park Ranger to learn more about the animals, geology, plants and human history. Overnight in St George, Utah.
This morning begins with an orientation tour of St George, the most important Mormon community in southern Utah. Afterwards, head back to Las Vegas where the remainder of the day is yours to relax, shop or revisit the famous 'Strip'.
Transfer to the airport for your flight to the UK, or extend your stay in Las Vegas or Hawaii.