FAM Grand Canyon & Sedona
Spend six days exploring one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World and nearby Red Rock County!
September 15- 20, 2023
Hiking & Interpretive Tours
Hot Air Ballooning
Pink Jeep Tour
Medically-trained, naturalist guides
Round-trip transportation from Phoenix, Arizona
Glamping & Hotel Reservations
Park entry fees
Gratuity for your guides
Meals not listed in itinerary
Personal Gear & Pack List
$3,350 Solo Traveler
$5050 Duo Package*
*couples or friends willing to share a king bed
Take on this adventure with Good Trip Adventures to learn all about the Grand Canyon National Park- named one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World for a reason. In addition, you’ll get to explore the nearby vast red rock landscape of Sedona- the perfect place for a mix of luxury and adventure.
This tour was super informative and enjoyable for me and my family! Our guide worked with us from the start to find short hikes and great locations to explore in the park! The day was packed but it had a great flow to it with a lovely picnic lunch to break things up. We learned a lot and could tell our guide had a lot of knowledge and respect for the park! Looking to book a trip with the company up in Yellowstone when we visit next year!
One of the best times to hike in the desert is during the fall. Temperatures will range between 70-90s with cooler evenings in the 40s-60s. You could anticipate an odd fall thunderstorm. Grand Canyon National Park sits at a higher elevation than Sedona, temperatures may vary.
This trip is open to Travel Agents and up to one adult guest. We’ll be driving and heading to activities as a group, led by your Good Trip guide. The group size will range from 8-9 total guests.
Intensity – Moderate
Expect to spend 3-8 hours walking or hiking over the course of the day with mild to moderate elevation change while carrying daypacks with water and snacks! Suitable for most fit people with a bit of hiking experience. While on a group trip, your guides will ensure the day is tailored to you!
- Two nights of glamping at Under Canvas: King Tent with Private Bathroom
- Three nights at the Wilde Resort in Sedona, Arizona: King Room
*If you want to share a room with someone, but not a bed-please contact us at email@example.com for single bed options within the same room.
Your guide will meet you at Phoenix International Airport at 1:00 PM on Day 1, so please book a flight that arrives by 12:00 PM. Alternatively, you can be collected from your accommodation in Phoenix (within 15 minutes of the airport).
Your trip ends back at Phoenix International Airport at around 12:00 PM on Day 6. Please book a flight that leaves after 2:00 PM to ensure you have enough time to check-in. Alternatively you can be dropped at your accommodation in Phoenix if you are staying on.
Plan to arrive at the Phoenix International Airport where you’ll meet your guides. You and your group will pack up and head three hours north to your luxury glamping accommodation- located near Grand Canyon National Park. Take some time before heading to the south rim of the canyon for epic views with a sunset before enjoying dinner at the historic El Tovar.
Today calls for an early start! You’ll spend the day hiking the trail down in Grand Canyon National Park. Your guides will take you off the beaten path for never ending sights, mesa views, and more. Learn about how the canyon was formed, the park’s flora and fauna, park history, and indigenous people! While at the Grand Canyon, keep in mind that what goes down- must come up! This is a moderately difficult/ strenuous hike that does require significant elevation gain. Breaks will be taken to ensure safety and accommodate various hiking levels. Take the evening to relax onsite soaking in all that your glamping stay has to offer- don’t forget the smores! Be sure to take a look up at the night sky- you might get to see the milky way.
The day has come for you to say goodbye to your luxury camp adventure, but not without a final stop at the Grand Canyon. You’ll spend the day with your private guides taking in the final moments of the south rim. Highlights may include Yavapai Point, Mather Point, Grandview Point, Moran Point, Tusayan Ruins, & Desert View and more! After enjoying lunch with a scenic view, your guides will transfer you two hours south to your final destination: Sedona! Take some time to settle into your luxury accommodation with an evening at your leisure.
You’ll take on the trails of red rock country in Sedona with your private guides. You’ll hike amongst buttes, towers, spires and more! You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn about the ancient Ananazi people and the flora and fauna of the Coconino National forest. You may even get to experience some Sedona vortex energy! Enjoy a picnic lunch near never ending red rock views before having the afternoon to spend at your leisure.
Today you will be rising with the sun! At dawn you will soar in a hot air balloon over one of the most beautiful places in the world. Witness the first pink rays of the sun bathing the red rocks in marvelous morning colors with a light breakfast and champagne toast. You’ll have some time in the afternoon to explore Sedona at your own leisure before enjoying a backcountry adventure on one of the most scenic drives via four wheels in a Pink Jeep! You might find out more about where Broken Arrow and Johnny Guitar were filmed or learn more about the ancient Sinagua people and view pictographs & petroglyphs. It’ll be an unforgettable adventure of spectacular red-rock formations! In the evening enjoy a farewell dinner in town at a local Sedona restaurant.
The time has come for you to say goodbye to this desert oasis. In the early afternoon your guides will transfer you two hours south to the Phoenix International Airport.
- Required Gear
- Day pack (15-30 liters recommended)
- Luggage (can be left in the vehicle, 1 small suitcase per person)
- Sleeping bag (also available to rent)
- Pack cover
- Reusable water bottles or bladders (3L total capacity)
- Recommended Gear and personal items
- Insect repellent
- Toiletries (please choose biodegradable and scent-free items)
- Small, personal first aid kit (including blister treatment)
- Small, quick dry towel
- Required Clothing
- Warm jacket (down, puffy, fleece)
- Rain jacket or shell
- Breathable wicking base layers
- Lightweight hiking pants
- Warm clothes to sleep in
- Warm hat
- Sun hat with a brim
- Wool socks (1 pair per day of trip)
- Hiking boots
- Recommended Clothing
- Rain pants
- Buff or neck scarf
- Comfortable clothes for camp & nice clothes for town
- Sandals or camp shoes