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Featuring Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly and Lake Powell

  • Discover Lake Powell on a scenic boat cruise and in the air by helicopter
  • Learn about famous Antelope Canyon on a guided tour
  • Explore Monument Valley & Canyon de Chelly by four-wheeled drive vehicles
  • Roundtrip air to/from Phoenix
  • Day 1

    Fly to Phoenix, then enjoy a hosted lunch en route to Flagstaff. Your hotel for this evening sits in a Ponderosa Pine forest. Little America Hotel (L)

  • Day 2

    Lake Powell is a spectacular scenic destination, formed when the Glen Canyon Dam was built to hold back the mighty Colorado River. Over 200 miles wide and spread across the states of Utah and Arizona, it is indeed a sight to behold. Lunch will be hosted before checking into your lakeside hotel with dramatic views. Lake Powell Resort – 2 nights (B,L)

  • Day 3

    Antelope Canyon is one of the most beautiful of all natural formations. Upon walking in with your Navajo guide, you are immediately awed by massive red walls which look like they where sculpted by an artist. It is a photographer’s dream! After, view some of the most sought-after sights in the Southwest during a state-of-the-art helicopter tour. Fly over iconic Horseshoe Canyon, a hairpin turn in the Colorado River. See Glen Canyon Dam and its steel arch bridge. And just when you thought things couldn’t possibly get more beautiful and exciting, they do, as the lone spire of Tower Butte comes into view and you land right on top of it! You’ll have approximately 20 minutes to walk around the butte and take in the immenseness and tranquility that Mother Nature has laid at your feet. (B,L)

  • Day 4

    This morning travel by boat on a 2½-hour tour that encompasses both Navajo and Antelope Canyons. The cruise includes twisting Antelope Canyon and scenic Navajo Canyon with its beautiful Navajo Tapestry-laden walls that rise dramatically from the water. Tonight stay at an historic lodge with its original 1920’s trading post that houses a wonderful collection of moviemaking memorabilia and Native American artifacts. Goulding’s Lodge (B,L)

  • Day 5

    Monument Valley provides perhaps the most enduring images of the American West. It has been the site of countless western movies. Tour the valley in four-wheel drive vehicles with Navajo guides. Secluded off-roads let you discover the restricted areas of the backcountry of Monument Valley. Visit famous places that once served as real-life backdrops for numerous movies such as Stagecoach, The Searchers and How the West Was Won to name a few. After lunch travel to Chinle and check into your hotel in the late afternoon. Thunderbird Lodge – 2 nights (B,L)

  • Day 6

    Canyon de Chelly National Monument offers visitors the opportunity to learn about Southwestern Indian history from the earliest Anasazi basketmakers to the Navajo Indians who live and farm here still today. Your four-wheel drive tour will take you down into the canyon to view ruins of native villages at the base of sheer red cliffs and in canyon wall caves. In the afternoon tour the rim, stopping at the viewpoint of famous Spider Rock. (B,L)

  • Day 7

    Pause in Flagstaff for a hosted lunch before arriving back in Phoenix for your flight home. (B,L)

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17th Annual Christmas Mystery Tour

This trip completely sold out from Preview Day responses. Because the trip doesn’t depart for 7 months, we encourage you to put your name on the wait list if you would like to go. There undoubtedly will be some cancellations.

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A Play on the Lake, A Ride to the Sky

Head to Lake Tahoe for a fun overnighter featuring the 1960’s musical, Beehive. An exuberant jukebox celebration of women musicians from the 60’s; Beehive transports audiences on a nostalgic musical journey. The outdoor venue at Sand Harbor is perfect for a summer night of music, laughter, and of course Aqua Net-glistening coiffures! Join your fellow Sports Leisure travelers for a late morning trip to Truckee. Check into the Hampton Inn, don your best 60’s apparel (optional) before dinner at Moody’s before enjoying the show. Imagine, this venue has one of the most stunning backdrops in the world, a Lake Tahoe sunset!
After breakfast at the hotel; depart for Olympic Valley. Squaw Valley is one of the largest ski areas in the United States, and was host site of the entire 1960 Winter Olympics. A tram ride to the summit provides an aerial view of the valley, plus takes you to High Camp for lunch. Visit the Olympic Museum before returning to Sacramento, mid-afternoon.

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A Port, A President and The Pageant of the Masters

Art comes to life at one of the world’s most unique festivals

7 Days · 13 Meals

Your trip includes all accommodations, airfare from Sacramento*, all listed activities and the services of a Sports Leisure Tour Director

*If applicable. Not traveling from Sacramento? Not a problem, just give us a call.

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