Four Corners, USA

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Four Corners, USA

Discover the beauty of some of the United States’ most famous national parks, drive down iconic Route 66, and experience Native American culture first hand.

Led by Native American guides from the Navajo and Pueblo nations, we will experience their culture, see ancestral land through their eyes, and learn efforts made to restore their heritage. We’ll also hike, road trip, and marvel at national parks and scenic landscapes.

From Zion National Park to the Rocky Mountains, this tour will also show you the rightfully famous four corners in the United States. There will be ample opportunity to reconnect to yourself and to nature.

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Route 66 road trip

Get your kicks on a mini road trip down Route 66

Join a Native America guide as she shows us the red sandstone sculptures in Antelope Canyon.

Take one of the most scenic train rides in the world with a historic ride through the Rockies.

Sleep in a traditional hogen after gazing at a starry sky 

Four Corners tour for women in Navajo Nation

Partake in a ceremony and Navajo taco dinner

Visit a Mormon settlement turned ghost town


Day 1
Zion National Park

Meet your group in Las Vegas to head to the Mojave Desert. We'll check into a female owned hotel with 360 degree views of Zion National Park and Springdale! In the afternoon, we will hike to the beautiful Emerald Pools with sparkling waterfalls and majestic sights along the way including views of Lady Mountain, the Great White Throne, Red Arch Mountain and cliffs in all directions. At sunset your guide will take you to Grafton, an abandoned Mormon settlement and rumored ghost town, for a BBQ picnic in spooky surroundings. Meals: breakfast and dinner

Day 2
Angel’s Landing in Zion

Rise early to join the guide on one of the world's most renowned hikes – Angel’s Landing. This is an unforgettable adventure, worthy of all bucket lists, with stunning views of Zion Canyon's 270-million-year-old rock layers. If heights aren’t your thing, opt for an alternative hike through the Narrows. The Narrows is the most popular hike suitable for all ability levels, giving you the opportunity to experience one of the world's best slot canyon hikes. Come back together as a group for dinner and a beer at a historic roadside bar and saloon. Meals: breakfast

Day 3
Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend

Today we'll drive down scenic highway 9 through Grand Staircase National Monument, stopping to admire the stunning landscapes. Crossing into Arizona, we'll stop at the Glen Canyon Dam Overlook to see the Colorado River. In the afternoon, a female Native American guide will take us on a guided tour of the famed Antelope Canyon. She knows this land better than anyone and will teach us how to take the best photos of these red sandstone sculptures capturing the light and angles. She will also tell stories of her life in the reserve and growing up in this area. After the tour, we have a short drive to famous Horseshoe Bend before arriving into Page just in time for sunset on the shores of Lake Powell. Meals: Breakfast

Day 4
Navajo Nation

This morning, we will leave the 50 United States and make our way into the sovereign state of the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Nation covers parts of Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico and is the home of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. A frequent filming location for Western and Hollywood movies, this park is known for the towering sandstone buttes and mesas. A local Navajo native will drive us on a jeep tour through the park before we arrive to a traditional Navajo Hogan where we’ll be spending the night. In the evening, we will experience a traditional Navajo Taco dinner and ceremony. Meals: breakfast and dinner

Day 5
Durango, Colorado

Snap a picture at the Four Corners Monument before driving into the 3rd state on the Four Corners tour: Colorado. We’ll arrive at Durango, also known as the Hollywood of the Rockies, in the afternoon. From Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to National Lampoon’s Vacation, this southwestern location has hosted movies since the dawn of film. Your guide will take you on a historic walking tour through downtown and show you filming locations. Durango also offers a number of local breweries, distilleries, and restaurants. Enjoy a group dinner with a restaurant handpicked by your guide! Meals: breakfast and dinner

Day 6
Train Ride Through the Rockies

Step back in time for a truly unforgettable experience as we take a ride on a historic train through the stunning scenery of San Juan National Forest. Sit back and take in the Rocky Mountain views through the train’s panoramic windows. We'll stop in Silverton, a classic Colorado mining town, where you’ll have a few hours to shop, wander, and sip libations. All abroad as the train as we depart back to Durango. After this full day program, we have a free evening in Durango. Meals: breakfast

Day 7
Hiking in the Rockies

Today we’ll wake up early to drive the Million Dollar Highway, one of the greatest drives in the world. The scenery is truly breathtaking. The drive will bring us to the Cascade Creek Trail, a 10 mile out and back hike that brings us through lush forests and wildflower fields. You'll be in awe of the many 14,0000-foot mountain peaks that surround the trail. At the end of the hike, relax your tired muscles in a beautiful natural hot spring. Meals: breakfast

Day 8
Pueblo Culture and Chaco Canyon

Driving south into New Mexico, our last state of the Four Corners, we’ll learn about the Pueblo Native people at one of the most remote historic parks in the US: Chaco Canyon. For over 2,000 years, Pueblo people occupied a vast region of the south‐western United States and Chaco Canyon was a major center of ancestral Pueblo culture. We will walk between the monumental public and ceremonial buildings and distinctive multi‐story “great houses.” We’ll end the day by getting our kicks on Route 66 at the Route 66 Junkyard Brewery in Grants. Meals: breakfast

Day 9
Pueblo Culture and Chaco Canyon

We'll begin the day at Acoma Pueblo, a Native community built atop 367-foot sandstone mesa. The towering settlement is known worldwide for its unique art, rich culture, and stunning location a in a valley studded with sacred, towering monoliths. Acoma Pueblo has earned the reputation as the oldest continuously inhabited community in North America. After our visit to the Pueblo, our guide will drive us into El Malpais National Monument to hike to the La Ventana Natural Arch. See the lava tubes and lava falls from Mount Taylor, the nearby dormant stratovolcano. Meals: breakfast

Day 10
Sedona, Arizona

Today’s drive brings us in Sedona, Arizona, land of the iconic red rock outcroppings and cliffs. We’ll enjoy a scenic hike to Cathedral Rock and visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a stunning chapel build from red sandstone. Cool down from the desert heat with a slide down natural waterslides into a beautiful natural pool at Slick Rock State Park. This afternoon will be free for your leisure to experience the charming Main Street shops, galleries, and wineries. Meals: breakfast

Day 11
Route 66 Back to Vegas

As the trips winds to a close, we'll get our last miles driving on Route 66. We’ll pause for a pit stop in Seligman, considered to be the “Birthplace of Historic Route 66”. The quirky town is full of nostalgic treasures like classic cars and retro neon signs. You’ll arrive to Las Vegas late in the afternoon, where you are welcome to enjoy the weekend independently. Your expert guide can advise you on some of the best spots in Sin City. Meals: breakfast


Our accommodation is hand-picked to give you the best combination of comfort, location, and style. These are photos from our collection of favorite hotels and resorts to give you a sense of the accommodation you can expect with us. 

Bumbleberry Inn

Our stay at the female owned Bumbleberry Inn gives us one of a kind 360 views of Zion and Springdale, Utah. On the hotel grounds, there are even friendly farm animals you can meet!

Navajo Hogan

A hogan is a traditional dwelling used by the Navajo people. A hogan can be round, cone-shaped, or square with timber or stone walls packed tightly with earth. This building method was a pioneer in natural energy efficiency because the home was kept cool by natural air ventilation and water sprinkled on the dirt ground inside. During the winter the fireplace kept the inside warm well into the night. 


  • Shared accommodation in double rooms
  • Wilderness trained guide
  • Native American guide while in Navajo + Pueblo nations
  • 10 Breakfasts
  • 3 Dinners
  • Local transportation
  • All entrance fees and included activities in the itinerary unless specified as optional

Included activities and experiences:

  • Grafton ghost town tour
  • Zion National Park entrance fee
  • Guided tour of Antelope Slot Canyon
  • Jeep tour of Navajo Nation
  • Navajo ceremony
  • Rocky Mountains Train Ride
  • Guided hike
  • Chaco Canyon tour
  • Acoma Pueblo tour
  • Four corners monument entrance fee

Arrival Airport: McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas

Departure Airport: McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas

Tour check-in: 9am
Tour check-out: 5pm

On the first day of the tour, we will leave Las Vegas right away. We recommend booking an early AM flight or arriving one day early. More details to follow once your spot is booked.

  • A deposit of $500 is required to hold your spot.
  • Final payment is due 60 days before departure.
  • Pay as much as often as you like until the due date.
  • If you cancel your spot with at least 60 days notice before departure, you can apply your payment to any new trip.
  • No refunds on deposits.
  • Airfares
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Airport drop off
  • Covid PCR test (required for non-vaccinated travelers)
  • The itinerary is subject to change due for any reason – weather, unexpected cancellations, impromptu local opportunities, or surprise additions.
  • Comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory or you may be refused to join the tour. See our guide for help choosing a plan.
  • All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.

No visas are required for US citizens or US passport holders. If traveling domestically in the US, only a valid state-issued ID is required. 

For travelers from other countries of origins, please review US entry requirements on the State Department website.

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