Zion Canyon Day Tour (Private Custom Tour From Las Vegas)
Zion Canyon private fully customized day tour from Las Vegas- perfect for families and small groups.
Cut by the Virgin River, Zion Canyon is an impressive mix of white, pink and red Navajo sandstone cliffs. Ancient petrified sand dunes towering over 2000 ft above the canyon floor make for an impressive landscape and a photographer’s paradise. Zion National Park offers enchanting walks & hikes for every fitness level. Our tours of Zion from Las Vegas also offer many interesting features and aspects that make it a great experience of one of the most unique places on Earth. Click to read some of the interesting facts about Zion Canyon National Park.
We arrive in Zion with plenty of time for you to explore this breathtaking park, take the stunning River Side walk, soak your feet in the Virgin River, stroll around Emerald Pools, enjoy the Temple of Sinawava, Angels Landing, the Great White Throne, Weeping Rock and visit the interpretive Human History Museum where you can enjoy an entertaining rangers talk on the patio.
Delicious packed lunch, beef, turkey or vegetarian. Park entry, transportation in modern and spacious SUV or Mini Bus. Expert Tour Guide. A full afternoon exploring the park. Free hotel pick up and drop off.
This is a private tour for up 1- 5 or 6-14 guests.
Zion Canyon Day Tour departs Las Vegas at 8am arrives back in Las Vegas approx 7pm
Are you craving even more beauty and adventure than a single day of hiking can provide? Even though our tours through Zion are sure to leave even the most experienced adventurers breathless, maybe you fancy a hike in Bryce Canyon National Park too? Why not join our two day tour to both Bryce and Zion giving you plenty of time to explore and enjoy these fabulous national parks. The majestic beauty of Bryce and Zion shouldn’t be rushed!
Departs THURSDAYS. Contact us for any day departure availability.
If you are looking for a tour of Zion Canyon National Park that is not private, click here: Zion Canyon Tour
Photos by Steve Baylin