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3-Day National Parks Camping Tour: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley and Grand Canyon from Las Vegas

  • 3-day, 2-night tour of top American Southwest sites
  • Hassle-free way to visit 4-5 must-see national parks, entrance fees included
  • Upgrades for lodging and itinerary add-ons give you options
3-Day National Parks Camping Tour: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley and Grand Canyon from Las Vegas
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Camping AccommodationsMost Popular
Camping accommodations are 2 person tents and are shared by same-sex travelers or couple basis. Available seasonally.
Lodging Accommodations
Lodging accommodations are 2 person rooms and are shared by same-sex travelers or couple basis. Accommodations are 3 Star or higher and subject to availability
A single trip takes you to top American Southwest sites including the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, and Bryce Canyon on this 3-day, 2-night tour from Las Vegas. Private transportation and a well-organized itinerary provide an efficient way for time-strapped travelers to get the whole Southwest experience, while still offering free time to enjoy the parks on your own. Opt for basic lodging or a selection of more luxurious upgrades.
What to Expect
Your 3-day American Southwest tour begins with hotel pickup in Las Vegas and transfer to Zion National Park. In the morning, explore the park on your own or follow recommendations from your guide for hikes and vista points.

Then, continue to Bryce Canyon in the afternoon for a look at the famous “hoodoo” rock formations and a barbecue dinner. Sleep at the campground or lodging option of your choice.

Start day two with an optional exploration of Antelope Canyon (own expense) before continuing to Monument Valley. Take a Jeep tour through the park to learn about it from a local Navajo guide—an experience many visitors pay for separately.

Day three begins with a drive to the Grand Canyon, where you can hike, hang out at the rim-side cafe, or upgrade for a helicopter ride over the South Rim.

Return to Las Vegas in the evening.
Reviews (133)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
One of the highlights of our life!

A wonderful roundtrip with a great guide, Chris. Super organization, beautiful scenery. Although it was fast paced, there was enough time to discover the parks we visited. The cotravellers were a bonus: an international team, all kind and enthusiastic people. Highly recommended for adventouros travellers!

Thank _daroczi_bertalan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I am just back from a 7 day trip to Las Vegas and I had the joy of doing the 3 day Bindlestiff National Park Camping Tour! WOW! It was AMAZING !. Our guide really made it super special, Bradley, his knowlege and passion was...More

Thank Mac_Loco_86
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had an amazing time with Bindlestiff and our awesome guide Bradley. This tour encompasses so much but at the right pace and still allowing time to do your own thing. Some of the experiences were truly once in a lifetime (camping at Monument Valley...More

Thank j0eg428
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Superb experince

A true bucket-list experience, with an excellent tour guide (Jon: a man who could talk the leg off a donkey, and eat it), fine food (with breakfasts and lunches cobbled together by Jon) and some truly awe-inspiring sights. The tour was well-paced, allowing sufficient time...More

Thank Simon J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Absolutely incredible experience!

This tour had a really nice pace to it, we saw so much in a short space of time, and never felt rushed. The scenery was literally stunning from start to finish. Our tour guide Bradley was amazing, he was so knowledgeable and really made...More

Thank Natasha B
BindlestiffTours, Owner at Bindlestiff Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Natasha thank you so much for taking the time to write a review!

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October 2, 2018|
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Response from Anna19-19 | Reviewed this property |
Bryce is a high elevation. We left Zion in 90 degrees. Bryce was a pleasant 70s. But the campers had a cold evening in the 40s. Our guide told us that Bryce gets to freezing temperatures overnight at least 300 nights a... More
September 8, 2018|
Response from CKRNMK | Reviewed this property |
I did the trip so I do not know, it was wonderful great host, would go with them again.
April 3, 2018|
Response from ChrisC2213 |
There is not. Antelope Canyon is a dry canyon (most of the time). Lake Powell does offer kayaking opportunities nearby but there is not time on this trip as it is always on the move!