North Rim of Grand Canyon

August 20, 2024 thru August 23, 2024

Discover the artistic charm of Sedona and historical gems of Flagstaff. Dive into history at Wupatki National Monument and marvel at the architectural feat of Navajo Bridge. Spend two enchanting nights at the Grand Canyon North Rim, indulging in guided tours and awe-inspiring views, with ample free time for personal exploration.




4 days, 3 nights

Activity Level

3: Moderate

The North Rim has an elevation of 8,200’


7 Meals (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners)




Roundtrip Door-to-Door Livery Service Included


Tour Director, Driver & Local Guide tips included

Tour Highlights

  • Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
  • Wupatki National Monument
  • Navajo Bridge
  • North Rim Grand Canyon Guided Tour


  • Roundtrip motorcoach transportation
  • Roundtrip door-to-door livery service
  • 3 nights lodging
  • 7 meals (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners)
  • Admissions as described
  • Services of a Tour Director
  • Baggage handling
  • Coach refreshments
  • Taxes & gratuities for included items

Day 1 - Sedona & Flagstaff

Embark on a captivating journey as we depart early to immerse ourselves in the scenic beauty and vibrant atmosphere of Flagstaff. Along the way, we’ll pause in the mesmerizing town of Sedona, where you have the freedom to dine independently, soaking up the unique art scene and stunning red rock vistas. In the afternoon, step back in time at the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, a testament to early 20th-century craftsmanship and the history of the region. As the day unwinds, we’ll settle into the comforts of the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, followed by a delightful dinner at the Silver Pine Restaurant.

Meals Included: (D)

Day 2 - Wupatki National Monument & Navajo Bridge

Start your day with a leisurely breakfast at your own pace, then check out from the hotel and set off to explore the fascinating Wupatki National Monument and the impressive Navajo Bridge. Wupatki National Monument is home to several well-preserved ruins of ancient Puebloan villages, dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. These structures were once inhabited by the Sinagua, Cohonina, and Kayenta Anasazi people. The Navajo Bridge spans the Colorado River at Marble Canyon and is an impressive feat of engineering. It provides a vital crossing point in an area where such crossings are scarce.

Refuel with a delightful lunch at Jacob Lake Inn before heading to the Grand Canyon North Rim, where you’ll check in for a two-night stay. End your day with a scrumptious independent dinner at the Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge, surrounded by awe-inspiring views.

Meals Included: (B, L)

Day 3 - North Rim Tour

Start your day with a leisurely breakfast at your own convenience, setting the stage for a day full of exploration. Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of the Grand Canyon North Rim with a guided tour. Enjoy personal time during an independent lunch and seize the chance to relax or explore on your own. Conclude your day with a delightful dinner at the Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge, basking in the mesmerizing views of one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders.

Meals Included: (B, D)

Day 4 - Cameron and Back Home

This morning we depart the North Rim and after a lunch stop at Cameron Trading Post, head back to Tucson with many great memories of this area in Northern Arizona. (B)

Itinerary subject to change.

Please note that the North Rim has an elevation of 8,200 feet.

Package Pricing

$1,975 per person

Double occupancy

Deposit: $200

$2,475 per person

Single occupancy

Deposit: $200

Final Payment Due:

June 18, 2024

Deposit: N/A

Price Includes

• Roundtrip motorcoach transportation
• Roundtrip door-to-door livery service
• 3 nights lodging
• 7 meals (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners)
• Baggage handling at hotels
• Motorcoach refreshments
• Services of a Professional Tour Director
• Admissions & tours as described
• Taxes and gratuities for included items (excluding hotel housekeeping on Day 1)

Booking Policy

Final Payment Due: June 18, 2024

Cancellation Fees: 

  • None through June 18, 2024
  • $200 – June 19, 2024 – July 2, 2024
  • $1,100 – July 3, 2024 – July 16, 2024
  • 100% after July 16, 2024

We pride ourselves on great service and an enjoyable experience for all and will go over our booking policies after you make your request for booking. If you’d like to learn more about our booking policies before your trip, give us a call at (520) 325-8839, or visit our Booking Policies page. Click here for more information on our booking policies.

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Level 3: Moderate

Expectations: Expect a moderate amount of walking. There will be time to rest on the coach and between attractions. To enjoy this tour, you should be prepared to walk slightly longer distances, climb stairs and tolerate periods of standing, for example on city walks, sightseeing stops or ship excursions. The daily pace and timing can fluctuate significantly between longer and shorter travel days, with additional activities possibly occurring in the early morning or evening. There may be some changes in altitude or temperatures.

Appropriate for: Most travelers beginning with those who are moderately fit, lead semi-active lives, are comfortable participating in long days of activities and expect some physical exertion.


For your reference, we send to you a detailed itinerary approximately 3-4 weeks prior to the scheduled tour departure. This has day-by-day times and events, hotel information where you can be reached in case of an emergency, and airline information.

The times listed on the itinerary are all approximate. We cannot be held responsible for schedule changes due to unforeseen circumstances with the weather, transportation agents, highway conditions, hotels or contracting agents.


It is always a good idea to carry on your person a list of medications that you are taking and an emergency contact phone number while you are traveling. And we suggest making a copy of the itinerary and provide it to a friend or family member.


The traditional end-of-tour gratuity to your tour director is already included in the price. We also include the gratuities for local guides and the coach/livery drivers. Maid tips are not included.


For your convenience, we have a (round-tour) door-to-door pickup service with each multi-day tour. (This service is not available to all clients depending on your location.) Approximately 2 to 3 days prior to the departure date you will receive a call from our office and we will tell you your assigned pickup time. (These times can vary up to 15 minutes depending on traffic.)


If you would like to request special accommodations at the hotel(s) where we are lodging, please call us as soon as possible and we will forward these requests for you. The phone numbers of the hotel(s) where we are staying are listed on the itinerary.

Many hotels around the country have instituted a "reconditioning fee" of $300 or more that is levied upon a guest that smokes in a non-smoking room. If this occurs during our tour you will be responsible for paying this fee to the hotel prior to check-out.


We pay close attention to your requests but please realize that these are merely requests and cannot be guaranteed.


Pleasurebent Tours acts solely as an agent in arranging hotels, transportation, sightseeing, baggage-handling, and other services and does not assume any liability for injury, damage, loss or delay due to any act or default of any company or person. We, along with our subcontractors, reserve the right to make changes to an itinerary if it is necessary for the proper handling of a tour.


The weather at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in August is typically warm during the day and cooler at night, given its higher elevation of about 8,200 feet above sea level. Daytime temperatures can range from 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 27°C), while nighttime temperatures can drop to between 40°F and 50°F (4°C to 10°C).

It is important to stay hydrated, wear sun protection, and be aware of the potential for rapidly changing weather conditions when visiting the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in August.

Pleas wear clothing and shoes that are comfortable for walking on various terrain.


Please note that the North Rim sits at 8,200 feet high in elevation. This can surprise some with shortness of breath, and even changing weather patterns. Please be aware of this elevation change during the trip and ask your tour director if you have any questions or concerns during the tour.

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