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Tour the Grand Canyon
Day 1 ~ Travel northward. Later, arrive at Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort near Flagstaff.
Here, art and architecture have combined to both embody and showcase the rich history of the Navajo people, while providing an unparalleled casino resort experience.
Twin Arrows provides the very latest in games and gaming technology, often debuting new slot games before they’re released to other casino properties in the state. Simply put, there’s no better gaming experience to be had in Northern Arizona.
Complementing the Twin Arrows’ gaming experience are luxury resort amenities, a world-class spa, gourmet dining, culturally infused casual dining, a fitness center, and heated indoor pool.
You must sign up for the Players’ Club to receive current casino promotions.
Day 2 ~ Depart at 9:00am for a visit to Grand Canyon National Park.
With its ever-changing and dramatic scenery of enormous proportions, the Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. Its pine and fir forests, painted deserts, sandstone canyons, mesas and plateaus, volcanic and geologic features, the Colorado River, perennial streams, and waterfalls breathtakingly combine to form one of Earth’s greatest landmarks. The only one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World to be located in North America, more than 4,000,000 people visit the canyon each year, making it the most visited national park in the United States
Mather Point Vista and the visitor center await. Your escort will review with you the Park Shuttle system. Enjoy a no-host lunch at one of the park’s restaurants, or bring your own snacks.
Explore the Grand Canyon on board the complimentary shuttle, visiting breath-taking viewpoints. Numbers give only a clue to the Canyon’s grandeur; stretching 277 miles across northern Arizona, it measures up to 10 miles wide and one mile deep.
Later, depart via the east gate, stopping at the Desert View Watchtower, for a final view of the Canyon. Building a structure that provides the widest possible view of the Grand Canyon yet harmonizes with its setting was architect Mary Colter’s goal when the Santa Fe Railroad hired her in 1930 to design a gift shop and rest area at Desert View Point. The Watchtower opened in May of 1933.
Cameron Trading Post is next. Built in 1916 it has become a show place of Native America Art, so be sure to visit the gallery and gift shop. Here, enjoy a no-host dinner - try their signature dish, a Navajo taco. Finish with a short walk to view the suspension bridge spanning the Little Colorado River Gorge.
Please dress in layers and prepare for winter conditions you could experience rain and/or snow.8:00 AM depart Apache Junction 8:30 AM depart Mesa Return 10 – 11 pm
$169 pp/do … escorted tour includes one night accommodations at Twin Arrows Casino Resort, sign up for the players club to receive current promotion which may include meals & free play, admission to Grand Canyon National Park and access to sight-seeing shuttles, deluxe motorcoach transportation with professional driver. $215 single
February 17 – 18, Tuesday – Wednesday
March 5 – 6, Thursday – Friday
March 16 – 17, Monday – Wednesday
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