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We expanded our Arizona photo tour to 8 days, so it now includes the Grand Canyon and so much more.

We decided to take one of our most popular photo tours and upgrade the itinerary to include a night at the south rim of the Grand Canyon, as well as the Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon on our final days. We now end in Las Vegas instead of returning to Phoenix. A big improvement to an already wonderful adventure. These workshops are expertly lead by PWA photographer leaders Jerry Adamo and Alan Lawrence.
Our 8-day Arizona Photo Tour Adventure is all set to enthrall you with breathtaking landscapes and fill your cameras with great images. We begin with Sedona, the magical oasis surrounded by red-rock monoliths with names like Coffeepot, Cathedral and Thunder Mountain. This stunning array of red sandstone formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. At the north end of the town is the stunning Oak Creek Canyon, a breathtaking chasm that is wildly wonderful. Nestled in the Verde Valley, this was home to the Native American Yavapai and Apache tribes.
Antelope Canyon, two hours north of Sedona is on Navajo land and includes several photogenic slot canyons, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon (or The Crack); and Lower Antelope Canyon (or The Corkscrew). These are the most photographed slot canyons in the American Southwest. It’s been said that it’s impossible to take a bad photograph in Arizona, and we must agree. In addition to these two gems are the wonders of Lake Powell and the famous Horseshoe Bend.
Our last three days will be spent exploring the south rim of the Grand Canyon, including Grandview and Yaki Points. After spending a night at the Grand Canyon, we’re off to Las Vegas for our last two nights. From here we’ll explore Red Rock Canyon, the Valley of Fire (named after its red and pink sandstone formations), as well as Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam.
These are only some of the many wonderful highlights you can expect on this adventure. To learn more or book this trip, checkout our Arizona page. Small group photo tours run every May and September. You can also book this as a private for yourself, or with friends and family.


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