Treasures of the Southwest

Experience the Southwest in ways you've never imagined
Experience the Southwest in ways you've never imagined. From magnificent natural scenery to varied and unique cultures, this venture immerses you in the beauty of the area and is an experience you'll treasure for a lifetime
8 Days from $2869/person CAD
Off The Beaten Path

Primary Location

Southwestern, United States


2023 Departures: May 19, June 23, July 28, August 18, September 8


  • 7-nights accommodation in premium hotels with a private bath and/or shower
  • Services of a professional multilingual Tour Manager throughout
  • Capture the unique desert landscapes of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks
  • Traverse the ancestral and present-day lands of the Navajo tribe
  • Take in the spectacular scenery of red rocks while discovering Colorado’s ‘Garden of the Gods’
  • Experience the diverse culture, cuisine, and landscapes of the American Rockies and Southwest
  • Transportation by a comfortable air-conditioned motor coach equipped with Wi-Fi throughout
  • Hotel, state and local taxes, service charges, and porterage service (limit one piece of checked luggage per person)
  • Information kit

Not Included:

  • Airfare unless specified in the tour itinerary
  • Meals are not included in order to allow for more flexibility
  • Laundry, telephone, optional excursions and other items of a personal nature
  • Travel Insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Pre and Post Accommodation
  • Airport Transfers
  • Everything that is not mentioned in included

Pricing Details

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  • From price is CAD per person, based on double occupancy, and for travel in low season
  • The final price will vary and is also based on the month of travel
  • Prices are subject to change
  • Hotel services in the United States customarily do not include breakfast. If you do not wish to have breakfast at the hotel restaurant (where available), you may frequently find coffee shops and restaurants close by which serve good and inexpensive breakfasts. Some hotels do offer a continental breakfast. Usually, this continental breakfast is basic and contains coffee and pastries. Variations between the different hotels may result in the following also being available, cereal, cheese, fruit, etc
  • Each passenger traveling on an escorted tour is allowed one piece of checked baggage per person due to space limitations. Additional luggage will be charged at $7.00 per person per day (price is subject to change)
  • Due to the nature of this holiday, bags are handled many times, so a durable, reasonably sturdy, and clearly labeled bag is required. The Tour Manager will issue you a special luggage tag which should remain on your customer’s bag at all times to help ensure the bag is delivered to, and retrieved from, the hotel room at each destination
  • All coaches are equipped with air-conditioning and an onboard lavatory. Additionally, coaches may have the following onboard amenities: wi-fi, footrests, luggage nets, movable seats, individually adjustable air conditioning, etc
  • Complimentary breakfast may be offered by a hotel and discontinued at any time with or without notice
  • Child 11 years and under with 2 adults sharing existing bedding with minimum child age is 7 years (child rates are on request)
  • We can not accept bookings on motorcoach tours for children less than seven (7) years of age. For all tours, children and young adults under the age of 21 must be accompanied by and share their room with an adult at least 21 years of age. Some hotels may also require that at least one of the room occupants is 21 years of age or older

Optional Extras:

  • Take in the panoramic views of Temple Square during a rooftop dinner in Salt Lake City
  • Get a little adventurous with a jet boat ride on the Colorado River
  • Explore both the natural and manmade beauty of Canyon de Chelly with a local Navajo guide
  • Taste traditional Southwestern cuisine in Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • All optional excursions are subject to change and availability. Optional excursions are to be booked with the Tour Manager
  • Pre and post accommodation


All United States escorted tours are available for exclusive groups with a minimum of 10 rooms. Please contact us for dates and prices.

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Arrive in Salt Lake City and transfer independently to your hotel where you will meet your Tour Director in the evening.

Salt Lake City is a beautiful, vibrant city that offers unparalleled access to remarkable history and warm hospitality. If time permits, this afternoon enjoy views of the State Capitol building and visit downtown's famed Temple Square, home to the 6-spired Salt Lake Temple and domed Tabernacle of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. This evening we recommend dining at The Roof Restaurant (optional). The Roof offers an extravagant buffet and inspiring views of the Salt Lake Valley and Temple Square.

Accommodation at the Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites, Salt Lake City, or similar


Heading south this morning, you'll pass through Provo, home to Brigham Young University, en route to Canyonlands National Park. Today you will see a wilderness of countless canyons & fantastically formed buttes carved by the Colorado River & its tributaries. Rivers divide the park into four districts: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze & the Rivers themselves. We will visit some of the most scenic spots on the Island in the Sky mesa which rests on sheer sandstone cliffs over 1,000 feet above the surrounding terrain. Continue on to Moab for your stay tonight.

Accommodation at the MainStay Suites Moab near Arches National Park, Moab, or similar


Today we visit Arches National Park, one of Utah's Mighty 5. Once in the park, you'll discover a landscape of contrasting colors, landforms and textures unlike any other in the world. With over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles and giant balanced rocks, this red rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations and inspire you with its most unique scenery. Return to hotel in the late afternoon.

Accommodation at the MainStay Suites Moab near Arches National Park, Moab, or similar


Crossing into Arizona where traces of rich history, miles of cacti in every size, shape, and style, and natural wonders mark the awesome terrain, you'll make your way to Chinle, the gateway to Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Located entirely on Navajo tribal lands and known for its steep canyon walls dotted with hundreds of ancient pueblo ruins, Canyon de Chelly reflects one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes in North America. Here, distinctive architecture, artifacts, and picturesque vistas of rocky outcroppings are all remarkably preserved, providing a peek into the lives of the canyon's earliest inhabitants.

Accommodation at the Holiday Inn Canyon De Chelly, Chinle, or similar


Leaving Chinle, today's journey takes you through the Navajo Reservation and dramatic lands of western New Mexico to Gallup. Having barely changed since Route 66's heyday, Gallup serves up a slice of Americana rarely seen nowadays along with one of the best strips of neon signs you'll see anywhere on the old route. Continue to the heart of New Mexico, Albuquerque. A visit to the historic Old Town offers a unique look into New Mexico's Spanish past. Stroll the Plaza, dine at one of the many restaurants, shop for unique gifts from the Southwest in one of the stores or galleries, or simply relax on a quiet hidden patio.

Accommodation at the Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn, Albuquerque, or similar


This morning, venture onto the Turquoise Trail, the National Scenic Byway linking Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Named for the rich turquoise deposits found throughout the area, and offering views of the Sandia Mountains and Cibola National Forest, this byway carves through wild rock outcroppings and a couple of old mining towns. Founded on the ruins of an abandoned Indian village, Santa Fe, the nation's oldest capital city, is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and steeped in history.

Set against a backdrop of landscape that inspired its own Georgia O'Keeffe's startlingly colorful paintings, this is a paradise for history buffs and cultural explorers. Ample leisure time this afternoon provides the perfect opportunity to explore world-renowned art galleries, and celebrated landmarks, or shop for authentic creations you just won't find anywhere else.

Accommodation at the Ramada by Wyndham Santa Fe, Sante Fe, or similar


Traveling from Santa Fe to Taos you'll follow alongside the Rio Grande as it winds its way through a narrow canyon and red-rock cliffs before rising to a spectacular view of the river gorge and rich landscape of Taos valley. In Taos, visit the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark, Taos Pueblo, whose multi-story adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1,000 years.

Heading north from Taos into Colorado, you'll discover the scenic beauty and favorable climate that has lured visitors to Colorado Springs for years. Stop at Garden of the Gods where you'll delight in one of the most photographed landscapes in the state. Imagine dramatic views of the foothills and 300-foot towering red sandstone rock formations set against a backdrop of snowcapped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies.

Accommodation at the Ramada by Hyatt Place Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, or similar


Returning to Denver you will have ample free time to explore more of the city's must-sees, including the U.S. Mint, 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, Larimer Square, City Park, Denver's largest park offering stunning mountain views, and much more.

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