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Why You Should Book an American West Tour

From Arizona’s Grand Canyon to the ancient groves of sequoias in Yosemite to the red sandstone buttes of Monument Valley, the American West is packed with awe-inspiring destinations that you have to see to believe. Journey to incredible national parks, explore breathtaking natural wonders and discover the unspoiled landscapes that have become a hallmark of this American region. With Tourlane, you can easily create an unforgettable travel adventure—book all your flights, transfers, accommodation, and guides in one place. Get in touch with a Travel Expert today!

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    Monument Valley

  • Visit the famous Strip of Las Vegas during your American West Tour.

    Las Vegas

  • Enjoy a hike in the beautiful Zion National Park during your American West Vacation.

    Zion National Park

  • Plan a Route 66 Tour during your trip in the American West in the USA.

    Route 66

  • Admire the breathtaking Colorado Springs during your American West Tour.

    Colorado Springs

Things to See During Your American West Vacation

Wondering where to start? Discover the must-see places our Travel Experts recommend visiting during your American West tour.

1. Monument Valley

Monument Valley is part of the Colorado Plateau and sits within the Navajo Nation Reservation. Dotted with clusters of red sandstone pillars, known as buttes, that stretch into the sky amid arid, desert-like land, Monument Valley is the living embodiment of the Wild West. These iconic landscapes have been featured in several well-known films, including John Ford’s westerns Stagecoach and The Searchers. Tour the Valley Drive with a Navajo guide or explore the Anasazi ruins at Teardrop Arch. For an exciting off-road adventure, book a tour to Hunts Mesa for Monument Valley’s most spectacular views.

2. Zion National Park

Zion’s stunning rainbow-colored rocks, high-altitude forests, and slender slot canyons make this national park one of the top destinations in southern Utah. And if you’re an outdoor enthusiast, it’s absolute heaven. Hike easy trails to Canyon Overlook and Weeping Rock or trek along more challenging routes along Zion Canyon’s rim to spot wildlife and discover hidden natural wonders. Zion is also considered one of the best places in the world for canyoneering with fantastic spots to descend like the Zion Narrows, the Subway, and Mystery Canyon.

3. Las Vegas

There’s more than rugged wilderness to the American West. Las Vegas is a glittering, dazzling oasis in the heart of the Mohave Desert. It might be famous for the glamourous casinos that line the Strip, but the City of Lights is more than just a gambler’s paradise. Take in a glitzy show or treat yourself to a relaxing afternoon at the shops, spas, and art galleries of CityCenter. If you’re looking to travel the world, do it Vegas-style! You can ride a gondola, see the pyramids, or stroll the streets of Paris without ever leaving the city.

4. Yosemite National Park

Few national parks come close to the grandeur and scale of Yosemite. Set on 1,200 square miles of protected land in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, Yosemite offers up everything from hiking and rafting to horseback riding. Though best known for the hulking granite monoliths of Half Dome and El Capitan, the sheer size of everything in Yosemite is a humbling experience. The giant sequoias at Mariposa Grove, the roaring waters of Yosemite Falls, the wide-open views from the top of Glacier Point—this is a place that inspires reverence everywhere you turn.

5. Route 66

Want to hit the road as you tour the American West? There’s no better way than on the classic kitschy stretch of Route 66 that runs through the beautiful scenery of Arizona, New Mexico, and California. Launched in 1926, the Mother Road charts the well-worn route of travelers west from Chicago to Los Angeles. Now decommissioned, the roads still remain along with a variety of quirky attractions, down-home eateries, and the enticing allure of adventure on the open road.  Less

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