5-Day Los Angeles to Las Vegas Tour: Includes Sedona and Monument Valley
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Culver City
Embark on a 5-day tour from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and experience the best of the American West Coast. Visit iconic landmarks like the Hoover Dam and explore stunning natural wonders like Sedona and Monument Valley. Plus, contribute to a greener planet with our partnership with One Tree Planted.
Duration: 5 days
Cancellation: 1 day learn more


Outlets at Barstow - Today’s route is east through the desert and Death Valley area to arrive at the gambling capital of the world: Las Vegas. We stop for lunch at the outlet mall at the Nevada State Line, which is filled with all the famous brand names like, Levi’s, Nike, Reebok, Timberland and more.

The Strip - In the evening we take a tour of the strip to see some of the truly amazing hotels and fantasies that are built in the middle of the desert. Caesar’s Palace, Mirage, Luxor, Paris, Mandalay Bay, New York New York, Treasure Island and more. Finish off the evening at one of the many casinos’, who knows maybe lady luck will be smiling on you tonight.


Hoover Dam - After a leisurely breakfast, we leave Las Vegas and make our way to the Hoover Dam, understand how this man-made phenomenon was built and what it did to the area. After our visit, we head back to Las Vegas for a free afternoon to enjoy some of the many and unique attractions or popular shows that the city has to offer.


Chapel of the Holy Cross - After our break we head out to the surrounding desert to visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross ( self-guided visit using local stuttle service), and enjoy panoramic views of the Sedona red rock formations including Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral rock. In the late afternoon we depart the Sedona area to Flagstaff for overnight.

Bell Rock - /

Cathedral Rock - /


Horseshoe Bend - We start the day by heading to the mighty Colorado River, for a visit to “Horseshoe Bend” a spectacular sight unique to this region of the country.

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park - We continue the day heading into Monument valley, one of the Iconic symbols of the American West and one of the most majestic and photographed points in the world. Deep in the heart of the Navajo nation lies this majestic park, which consists of sandstone masterpieces that tower from 400 – 1000 feet (up to 300 meters) around these sandstone

towers you can find mesas buttes shrubs and trees. Our visit starts with a jeep tour with led by Navajo Indians. The tour will take you down into the valley and you will experience firsthand why the Navajo call this land “like no other place on earth”.


Antelope Canyon - We start the day where “The water runs through the rocks” as per the local Navajo folklore. We tour the lower Antelope Canyon and visit the spectacular dunes created by the wind, water and sand; words are not enough to describe these formations created by Mother Nature.

Valley of Fire State Park - After our tour we depart this amazing area and start making our way back to Las Vegas, along the way we stop for a lunch break and then visit the “Valley of Fire” named for the magnificent red sandstone formations created from shifting sands and dunes during the age of the dinosaurs more than 150 million years ago. Our visit is timed to be able to see the appearance of the valley being on “fire” when reflecting the powerful sun’s rays into the valley (weather permitting). Depart the Park for an early evening arrival in Las Vegas.

What's Included
  • Breakfast included each morning
  • Guidance from a professional tour guide
  • Sightseeing in Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam
  • Comfortable transport via air-conditioned bus or van
  • Exciting Jeep tour in Monument Valley
  • 4 nights in hotel accommodation with tax and continental breakfast covered
What's Not Included
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Additional Information

Embark on a unique 5-day journey across the American West Coast, kicking off from Los Angeles. The itinerary includes Las Vegas, a visit to the Hoover Dam, an exploration of Monument Valley and much more! The tour comes with one-way transportation, wrapping up in Las Vegas.

Join our mission in fostering a healthier planet for everyone, enabling eco-friendly travelling and exploration. We’ve formed an alliance with One Tree Planted, pledging to plant a tree for every traveler on board, and an additional tree for those who book multiple tours with us.

  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • For tours with fewer guests, vans may be substituted
  • Tours can be bilingual/multilingual as they are offered in many different languages
  • Maximum of 3 people per room; if traveling with a party of 4 or more, or you wish to have separate rooms, please make separate bookings
  • Luggage is limited to 1 piece and 1 small carry-on per person
  • Comfortable walking shoes are strongly advised
  • Minimum age is 7 years old. This tour is NOT suitable for infants or toddlers.
  • Please be advised that we may use either upper or lower antelope canyon depending on weather and crowd conditions
  • Travelers must be able to walk 1.5 miles (2.5 km) over uneven surfaces to participate in this tour
Four Points Sheraton, 5990 Green Valley Cir
Green Valley Circle
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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Aug 27, 2021
Amazing! Jacob, Amir and... - Amazing! Jacob, Amir and Danny boy were great. Very professional and had huge knowledge. It was the most amazing trips I’ve ever done. Highly recommended!!!
Review provided by Viator
Jan 25, 2021
5 day desert adventure - As a return guest, I cannot reccomend Empire Vacations highly enough! With affordable tours, and excellent guides, they always make travelling fun and easy. In a jam-packed 5 day tour from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Sedona, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon, you will experience some of the best attractions the USA has to offer. As you journey through California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah, you will see some of the desert's most photogenic landscapes, and learn the natural and cultural history of each region. Monument Valley and Antelope Canyon were the highlights with both offering exceptional, local Navajo guides to educate visitors on the history of two of the places. This tour offers the perfect balance of scheduled tours at attractions and free time to explore the cities at your own pace. The accommodation in each location was clean and the complimentary breakfast was tasty but simple. On our tour we had two guides - Jacob and Dino. Both were knowledgable, professional, humourous, flexible, and made the trip memorable. Suitable for people of all ages, I recommend this tour to families, couples, and solo travellers alike. If you are seeking the adventure of a lifetime, this is the trip for you.
Review provided by Tripadvisor
Dec 25, 2023
Great but with one guide missing some professionalism - 5 day, 4 night visit of Las Vegas, Sedona, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon, Hoover Dam, Valley of Fire.... We were very satisfied with the tour guide of the second part of the tour. Janet was fun, friendly and very professional in her management of the group. She kept us clearly informed of all aspects of the tour, including all the necessary information regarding departure times, restrooms, breakfasts etc. However, the first part of the tour we were not happy with. The tour guide, Pasquale was disorganized and seemed not entirely informed about the regions we were visiting. My wife is a tour guide and has worked for Trafalgar Tours. So we expect certain basics to be in place. 1. There was never any written itinerary of places we would visit. This is usually given out as photocopies or emailed to guests. Pasquale seemed disorganized and unclear about instructions for many things; departure times, breakfast timings, Starbucks vouchers etc. In fact, he made his life more difficult by having to repeat himself several times. If the instructions had been written down, or given very clearly to start with, that would have been more professional. Several times we had to ask what was going on, almost having to drag the information out of him. This should never happen. He should let us know everything well in advance. For example, on the first night in Las Vegas, he did not tell us that some elevators only went to certain floors. And we only had 30 minutes to freshen up before heading out again. We took the wrong elevator and lost valuable time. Even the envelopes containing our room keys did not have the room numbers clearly written on it. Once again, we had to use our own guesswork. Not easy when you are tired and pushed for time. Pasquale was a nice guy. He was very friendly. But he was not a good tour leader. 2. Pasquale gave very little information about the places we visited. He gave perhaps one or two sentences about the history of Las Vegas or about the construction of the Hoover Dam. There could have been a lot more, without being overwhelming. His narration was disjointed and consisted of a few random facts thrown out. And speaking on the microphone in 3 different languages to the various groups within the group meant that any continuation was lost. Pasquale more or less confessed the paucity of his knowledge by saying that the tour was a ‘visual tour’ that was not going to give too many details. Well, we have never heard any such nonsense from a tour guide before. A tour guide is there to inform, instruct and entertain. A good one charms the guests and gets them to be his or her best friends for the length of the tour. Pasquale also gave too much of his personal interpretation of things. He filled in time with his pseudo-religious philosophy on life, when he could have been giving more information on destinations of the tour. 3. Pasquale gave no phone number for emergencies. On the first night of arrival in Las Vegas, I lost my rucksack that contained my passport. I was so tired I could not think where I might have left it. In fact I had left it in a restaurant. By chance, I had the phone number of Jakob, the driver. I called him and he was not interested in going to his van to see if the rucksack was there. He did not offer Pasquale’s phone number and did not want to get involved in my problem. I went back to the restaurant and fortunately my rucksack was still there, sitting on the seat where I had left it. The situation could have been so much worse, had someone taken the rucksack. But I was left with no help from either guide or driver. If I, my wife, or anyone else from the group had had any kind of accident, robbery or other mishap, what were we to do if there was no number of the tour leader, a person who is there to help in all situations? 4. There was no ‘branding’ on the tour. When we were picked up by van in LA’s Farmer’s Market, it was 6.30am and dark. There was no logo on the van, no T-shirt, cap or badge that told us that he was a legitimate tour driver, for Viator or any other tour company. He could have been anyone. Separately, my wife and I each were slightly fearful of being kidnapped! Finally, it would have been nice to have received a brochure of the tour, as a souvenir of places we had visited and something to show our friends at home. We received one for the one-day tour of LA. So why not a brochure for a tour that cost ten times as much?
Review provided by Viator
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