Itinerary Package Sample

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Sample Itinerary Package

 

Traveler Profile: Jordan is planning a 3-day trip with his wife, Angie. They purchased the Destination Package (see sample) and determined they want to go to Sedona, Arizona in March. They like to hike and also want to visit a spa. Their hotel will be in Sedona and they will be renting a car for the 3 days. They arrive in Sedona at 9 a.m. on Friday and depart for the airport at 9 p.m. on Sunday.

They completed CTC’s Itinerary Package travel assessment.

 

The following itinerary was planned for Jordan and Angie based on their needs and budget…

March temperatures in Fahrenheit: 40’s-60’s

Sedona will give you a variety of experiences and access to some of the most beautiful and inspiring locations in the U.S. Being based among the breathtaking red rocks of Sedona, you’ll be able to take a day trip up to the Grand Canyon. You will also be able to experience nature inspired spa treatments. Enjoy!

Friday: Sedona and Spa

Arrive at 9 a.m.; early check-in at hotel and get brunch

Brunch Options

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Spa

Head to the spa to start your weekend and relax after your flight. Choose from one of the following spas (remember to make a reservation):

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After your spa treatment/s, check out some of the shops in Sedona.

Dinner Options

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*You may consider switching the Sunday itinerary to Friday and Friday itinerary to Sunday, if you want to visit the spa after your hikes.

Saturday: Grand Canyon

Grab breakfast at your hotel and drive up to the Grand Canyon. We recommend leaving by 7 a.m., as it will take approximately 2 hours to get there.

Grand Canyon Activities

The following are activities to choose from while at the Grand Canyon:

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  • DRIVE East and South Rim: Take Highway 89 North to Cameron to enter through the lesser-used East Entrance (sometimes known as Desert View). Entering the park from the east gives you the opportunity to overlook the Little Colorado River Gorge and explore Dessert View and Grandview Point along the East Rim.
  • HIKE Option #1: Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge (3 miles roundtrip; elevation change of 1,120 feet; strenuous hike)
  • HIKE Option #2: Kaibab Trail to Ooh Ahh Point (1.8 miles roundtrip; easy hike)
  • If you prefer a guided tour, click here for options.

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We recommend reviewing this page on the National Park Service website and downloading maps as needed. The North Rim is closed in March.

Lunch and Dinner Options

Click here for an extensive listing of restaurants near the Grand Canyon.

We recommend finding some homemade frybread – you won’t be disappointed! You can find some at the Cameron Trading Post.

Sunday: Hiking in Sedona

Eat breakfast at the hotel, check out, and pack the car. Or ask for a late check-out if you want to freshen up before arriving at the airport.

Hiking

First, download the Sedona Hiking App and read up on trail safety.

Do a hike in the morning and one in the afternoon or consider a longer day hike.

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Lunch Options

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  • Famous Pizza and Beer (Pizza)
  • Coffee Pot Restaurant (Breakfast served all day; authentic Mexican food)
  • Or grab some food at a grocery store after leaving the hotel and enjoy snacks on your hike or a picnic with a view.

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Dinner Options

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Depart for airport by 9 p.m.

Safe travels!!

*Customers who purchase the Itinerary Package receive the information organized in a Word and Excel document – making it easy to access and add notes. Customers also receive map links and other general information about the area.