Arizona: Red Rock & Canyons All Coach
Three - Four night stays
Grand Canyon Railroad
Grand Canyon Rim Tour
Railroad Hotel Dinner
Organ Stop Pizza
OK Corral & Historama
Yuma Territorial Prison
City Tours of Tucson & Mesa/Phoenix
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- Day 1 Home cities to Great Falls, MT
Home cities to Great Falls, MT
A quick duty free stop and on to our first overnight in Great Falls, Montana.
- Day 2 Great Falls to Salt Lake City, UT
Great Falls to Salt Lake City, UT
Waking up in the mountains is always so refreshing! Sit back and relax as the Rockies of Montana roll into the hills of Idaho and the flats of Utah.
- Day 3 Salt Lake City to Kanab, UT
Salt Lake City to Kanab, UT
This morning we will tour Salt Lake Temple at Temple Square, home of the Mormons. Right at the border of Utah and Nevada is our destination, Mesquite.
- Day 4 Kanab to Laughlin, NV
Kanab to Laughlin, NV
One extreme to another...Sin City, here we come! If you haven’t seen Vegas in a couple of years, expect a 100% change. You won’t believe it! A taste of Vegas today, more later for those die hard fans, then on to Laughlin for the next four nights.
- Day 5 Laughlin
The day is free (well it might cost you a few quarters). Or maybe you want to test your rusty golf clubs.
- Day 6 Las Vegas & return to Laughlin
Las Vegas & return to Laughlin
A full day in Vegas or relax around Laughlin, the choice is yours. After lunch, we will depart for Vegas. Once darkness settles in, a tour of the lights and back to Laughlin
- Day 7 Laughlin
An interesting trip to Oatman, Arizona today, but beware, we hear there is an unruly element in these parts! London Bridge is falling down, yes, but they put it back together in Lake Havasu City. After our little excursions, you may want to try out the water taxis back in Laughlin.
- Day 8 Laughlin to Williams, AZ
Laughlin to Williams, AZ
Another leisurely day, this time down historic Route 66 - also known as the Mother Road, the Will Rogers Highway and the Main Street of America.
After checking into Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, you may want to enjoy the small town charm of Williams. Stroll down Route 66, just two blocks south of the train depot. This evening's dinner at the Railway’s Max & Thelma’s Restaurant is included.
- Day 9 Williams to Flagstaff, AZ
Williams to Flagstaff, AZ
Wake up to a beautiful northern Arizona morning, the air is crisp and clean at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Have breakfast at the restaurant (included) and then be sure to check out the historic depot and rail museum. At 9:30 a.m., there is a Wild West shootout to the west of the depot between the Marshal and the infamous Cataract Creek Gang.
All Aboard! At 10:00 a.m., hop aboard the train for a 65 mile journey to the most famous of the Seven Wonders of the World. You’ll arrive at the South Rim at 12:30 p.m. Once at the canyon, we have an hour-and-a-half coach tour; enough time is left to explore Grand Canyon Village on our own before the train departs. Once back in Williams, it’s all aboard our coach for the short drive to Flagstaff.
- Day 10 Flagstaff to Tucson, AZ
Flagstaff to Tucson, AZ
Scenery is the big highlight again today, but we have some interesting non-scenic stops as well. One will be in Sedona, famous for its Navajo artists. Our day ends in Tucson, where again we can unpack for four nights.
- Day 11 Tucson
To get acquainted with our new city, we start the visit here with a city tour. After lunch, a drive to Tombstone for a re-enactment of the gunfight at the OK Corral. Also a visit to the Historama where we hear the narration of the exciting multimedia history of Tombstone from Geronimo’s Apaches to modern times.
- Day 12 Tucson
This is your free day in Tucson. A round of golf, relax by the pool or explore the town, the choice is yours. This is also our coach drivers day off, if you see him by the pool say hi.
- Day 13 Tucson
First stop, the future: Biosphere II. The $150 million facility opened in 1991 as a massive closed system that would last for 100 years of testing nature, technology and human endurance. Two early human survival missions lasted for two years and six months respectively. This amazing world under glass includes a one million gallon saltwater ocean
This evening a group BBQ is planned.
- Day 14 Tucson to Mesa, AZ
Tucson to Mesa, AZWe will visit the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument today. There are sixty documented archaeological sites in the monument. Some of these sites have been dated to AD 550-700, while the compounds were built between AD 1200-1450. After a busy day of time travelling it will be nice to arrive at our home for the next four nights.
- Day 15 Mesa, AZ
Mesa, AZA mid morning city tour will show us what this wonderful area is all about, no wonder so many come here in retirement. You will have some free time today. This evening a special dinner at Organ Stop Pizza. This restaurant offers the most entertaining pizza in town and is the home of the Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ.
- Day 16 Mesa
MesaA beautiful steamboat cruise on Saguaro Lake is today’s highlight. This is an enjoyable narrated cruise where the scenery takes on a new light. This evening dinner and a show at the Mining Camp Restaurant is included.
- Day 17 Mesa
MesaThis is your day! Visit, tour, shop, swim or just plain relax, whatever your pleasure
- Day 18 Mesa to Kanab, UT
Mesa to Kanab, UTThe time has come to start back home.
- Day 19 Kanab to Salt Lake, UT
Kanab to Salt Lake, UT
On route from Kanab to Salt Lake City we will make a stop at Bryce Canyon.
- Day 20 Salt Lake City to Great Falls, MT
Salt Lake City to Great Falls, MTThere may well be snow here but with all the friendships we have made on this tour we will feel warm inside! Join your Tour Director, Driver and fellow travelers for a WestWorld Farewell Dinner this evening.
- Day 21 Great Falls to Home Cities
Great Falls to Home CitiesOne last shopping stop at the Duty Free store and then we are back in Canada! Welcome home. We trust this warm adventure will have shortened your winter. Manitoba passengers overnight in Saskatchewan and then transfer home.