Sedona & the Grand Canyon 
August 29 – September 2, 2021 (5 Days)


  • Transportation by deluxe motorcoach

  • 4 nights’ lodging at the Little America     Flagstaff

  • Baggage handling at hotel (for one piece)

  • 4 breakfasts, 2 dinners

  • Admission to all listed attractions

  • Your professional SUN TOURS Tour Director

  • All taxes and tips for included items (except      hotel housekeeping) 



$1,375 Double occupancy, per person

$1,725 Single occupancy


DEPOSIT: $200 per person now holds your place


FINAL PAYMENT DUE: June 23, 2021



None - Through June 23, 2021

$200 – June 24 - July 20, 2021

$650 – July 21 - August 25, 2021

100% - After August 25, 2021



Using Flagstaff as our “home base,” we explore the many facets of Northern Arizona. “Unique” is an understated description of Sedona. We discover its charming downtown with a trolley ride. Then, we enjoy all Flagstaff has to offer.  One day is devoted entirely to the majesty and splendor of the Grand Canyon. After a stop in the Painted Desert and Rainbow Forest Museum, we are homeward bound.


DAY 1              D

Canyon country, here we come! We drive west to the Ponderosa pine country of Flagstaff, making stops at La Posada in Winslow and at the fascinating Meteor Crater. We lodge four nights in Flagstaff at the Little America Hotel.


DAY 2              B

As we head down to Sedona, we stop at Montezuma Castle National Monument, to gaze up at the 20-room dwelling, nestled into a towering cliff, built in the 12th century by Sinagua Indians. We enjoy the ambiance of charming downtown Sedona before we ride the Sedona Trolley for a tour of the area featuring the Chapel of the Holy Cross. We take the scenic route to stunning Oak Creek Canyon, a breathtaking chasm that is wildly wonderful.


DAY 3              B

After seeing the fascinating exhibits of the Museum of Northern Arizona, we relax a bit in Flagstaff before heading to the Riordan Mansion. The Riordan Mansion is one of the finest examples of American Arts and Crafts-style architecture open to the public today. When built, the indoor plumbing, central heating and electric lights were on the cutting edge of modern conveniences. After dark, we visit the Lowell Observatory. If skies are clear, we can look through the same telescope that discovered Pluto.


DAY 4              B,D

The Grand Canyon, a powerful and inspiring landscape, overwhelms our senses through its immense size and sublime beauty. At Grand Canyon Village, we savor our first view of the canyon. Later, at the Visitor Center we see the wonderful movie, “Grand Canyon: A Journey of Wonder,” and walk to nearby Mather Point. We ride our motorcoach along the East Rim Drive to additional vistas, including Desert View, where we see the Colorado River far below.


DAY 5              B

Our thoughts turn toward home, but we first stop at the Rainbow Forest Museum and Painted Desert to admire the beautiful colors and memorable formations.


Itinerary subject to change.