Classic Car Route 66 Rental and Guided Tour Los Angeles Grand Canyon Las Vegas

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Custom Classic Car Rental and Tours for you or your group. We arrange it all,  just like our motorcycle tours. Contact us To join a current classic car tour we have planned, or to book a custom tour for your group.  Schedule Below.

Ride the Pacific Coast Highway in a Classic Car, or cruise route 66 in a classic car rental.  We rent the classic cars on guided tours along the California Coast Pacific Coast Highway. Or drive RT 66 in a classic car rental.   Ride Free Tours leads the group in a classic car, and we have a  fully equipped mobile shop with trailer, parts, and a classic car mechanic that follows the group.  All you have to do is have fun.  We take care of the classic car rental, route, hotels,  any worries, and anything that happens along the way


 

3 OPTIONS AND ROUTES BELOW
5 Day 4 Night
9 Day 8 Night
12 Day 11 Night

 Los Angeles Route 66 Las Vegas Classic Car Rental Tour 5, 9, or 12 Day
-Los Angeles ,  Route 66, Oatman,  Las Vegas, Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles
–  The 12 day is 2 to 3 hours of driving a day = relaxing morning, driving and sight seeing, lunch, driving and sight seeing, arrive early afternoon for activities, exploring, or relaxing
– Ride the Mother Road of America Route 66 in a classic car from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to LA ending at the end of Rt 66 The Santa Monica Pier


 

9 Day 8  Night Classic Car Tour and Rental with 5 + Cars – Guided Tour with Support 

  • 8 Nights of hotel including LA arrival and LA on day 8 = 7 rental car days
  • Single Room supplement is $800 per person if you want your own room.   2 people per room Included.

Cost  on a 9 day 8 night tour with 5 + cars,  LA to LA Tour
$2485  – Per person with 4 people in 1  car
$3311  – Per person with 3 people in 1 car
$4095 – Per person with 2 people in 1  car

Self Guided Classic Car Tour Option: car, route, attractions, hotels, gps
CONTACT for Self Drive packages and rates

Day 1 -LA Arrival / Orientaion
Day 2 – LA to Laughlin  –  5hr 13min – 303 miles
Day 3- Laughlin to Grand Canyon  –   4hr 59min – 246 miles
Day 4 – Grand Canyon to Zion  –  5hr 2 mins – 247 miles
Day 5 – Zion to Las Vegas  –  4hr 9mins – 211 miles
Day 6 – Vegas to  Death Valley  Furnace Creek  –  3hr 19min – 165 miles
Day 7 – Death Valley to Big Bear  –  5hr 23 mins – 289 miles
Day 8- Big Bear to LA  –  3hr 29min – 136 miles
Day 9 – LA Departure

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Day 1 – Pre Day – Los Angeles, California or Las Vegas Start Option

Meet your fellow cruisers from around the globe and the Ride Free Tour Team late afternoon in the hotel lobby for introductions before we shuttle you a short distance to the pick up your classic car!  We take the cars for a shake down cruise to our first group dinner at our favorite local spot at the beach. After dinner the Ride Free Tour Team will give a brief orientation and answer any questions about the exciting ride to come. Get a good night’s sleep, as we have a big adventure ahead.

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Day 2– Los Angeles to Laughlin, Nevada   –  5hr 13 mins – 303 miles,  or Las Vegas to Laughlin

We wake up in California with our classic cars familiar to us and waiting for us outside the hotel.  The Ride Free Tour Team will give a safety briefing and answer any questions before we saddle up and hit the road. If you have never been part of a group cruise in classic cars before, you will find yourself grinning ear to ear as you realize that you have quickly become the object of envy for every pour soul stuck in their new rental cars or tour busses on the Los Angeles Freeway system. The only sound more satisfying than the roar of the engines of your fellow riders around you is the rumble of your own engine as you leave Los Angeles in your mirrors and the great American city gives way to lonely cacti and the inviting warmth of the California dessert. You have been waiting a long time for this day. Enjoy the feeling. After a lunch stop at a roadside diner we will open into the Nevada dessert before dropping down the valley towards the banks of the Colorado River and the small casino city of Laughlin, Nevada. After checking into the hotel, we’ll enjoy a group dinner before turning you loose to try your luck on the craps tables, slot machines and blackjack tables. Just remember to save few bucks because Las Vegas is just a few days away.

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Day 3  – Laughlin to Williams  –  4hr 57 mins – 248 miles

For many, this is one of the most anticipated days on our journey, as we trace the path of American history along an open stretch of one of the world’s most infamous highways, Route 66. Feel the rumble of your classic car rental as we open up our throttles and race back in time. You can almost see the old steam engine carrying passengers to a new life in the West along the 100 year old tracks that run parallel to Route 66. Gas stations and roadside diners still dot the same landscape that the first vintage cars drove eastbound from Chicago so many years ago. We are now at one with the road as we leave a little piece of our own history on this great American highway. We will soon be leaving the roar of Route 66 for the quiet serenity of the most recognizable destination in the Southwestern U.S., Grand Canyon National Park.

We drive our classic car rentals up to the rim of the Grand Canyon     We will enter the Park and ride along the rim of the Grand Canyon  as we make our way around the park.  Once we settle in for the night we’ll enjoy a short walk to stand together in awe of one of the Great Wonders of the World. For those of you who want the full experience, we’ll organize an early morning walk to watch the sunrise over the Grand Canyon. You’ll have to see it to believe it.  

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Day 4 – Grand Canyon to  Zion  –   5hr 10 minutes – 246 miles

What an incredible day we have ahead of us! We’ll putt along the rim of the Grand Canyon once again as we make our way out of the Park for the scenic ride into the state of Utah on our way to Zion.   This region is rich in Native American history and we will have plenty of time to stop at road side stands and shop for Native American handcrafts or just to talk with people whose ancestors have called this area home for hundreds of years. These people are as proud and prominent as the great landscape that rises before us.

I’ll warn that you may forget all about the Grand Canyon once we enter Zion National Park. While Route 66 to Grand Canyon is easily the most anticipated day for our fellow riders, this is almost always the most memorable. It is difficult to paint a description of Zion that can measure up to the actual experience of riding through it so I will leave it to your imagination, except to say WOW.

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Day 5  – Zion to Viva Las Vegas    –   2hr 37 mins – 159 miles, or 4hr 9 mins – 211 miles ( Valley of Fire )

We will get an early start today so we can arrive in Las Vegas with plenty of time to cut loose. Leaving the cool air of Zion, we will drop down into The Valley of Fire, a moonscape of deep red clay earth and rock formations that open once again into the Nevada dessert. Here comes that ear to ear grin once again as Las Vegas starts to grow in the distance. The only sensation that can come close to matching the wonder of the Las Vegas cityscape at night is cruising down the Las Vegas Strip amidst the rumble of your fellow riders and newfound friends as we make our presence clearly known. What happens next? That’s all up to you. Las Vegas is, well, Las Vegas. Walk the famed Las Vegas strip at night, take in an amazing show or redeem yourself at one of the great casinos. The choice is yours. We’ll organize a group dinner and some fun for those of you who want to come along. For the rest…Viva Las Vegas!

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Day 6 – Las Vegas to Death Valley, California  –  3hr 17 mins – 163 miles

Get up and shake off the glitter of Las Vegas because we are about to take a journey to one of the most unforgiving and magnificent places on the planet, Death Valley. It is going to be hot, but it will also be amazing as we enter the confines of Death Valley, one of the few habitable places on Earth that actually drops below sea level.  Today you will probably have your top up on your classic car rental to keep the sun off you. Your Ride Free Tour Team will make plenty of stops to rehydrate and soak in the unbelievable sights. Our final destination for the day will be Panamint Springs, California, a tiny smattering of single floor hotel rooms over thirty miles from the nearest civilization that has been the backdrop for more than one Hollywood thriller. From the bright lights of Las Vegas to the bright stars of Panamint Springs. You have likely never seen the Milky Way and the constellations as clear in your life as you will tonight. As always, soak it in. Let it take over you. Home and work seem a million miles away and you hope this ride never ends.

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Day 7 – Death Valley to Big Bear Lake, California  Death Valley to Big Bear  –  5hr 19 mins – 283 miles

This day easily brings the greatest contrast in landscape of the trip, as we leave the vast expanse of Death Valley for the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the inviting waters of Big Bear Lake. Your bike now feels like part of your body as we climb out of the Valley and wind our way up through the dense forest of the Sierra Nevada. This is a fun ride! As we near our destination we will wind along the calm waters of Big Bear Lake, which doubles as a popular Southern California ski resort in the winter. Today it is sunny, warm and inviting. If you’re feeling adventurous join the few of the Ride Free Family in the past who have braved the icy waters of the lake for a late afternoon swim. Go ahead, we dare you!

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Day 8 – Big Bear Lake to Los Angeles    –  2hr 24 mins – 112 miles

We still have a lot of adventure left. The Rim of the World is an amazing ride high in the mountains above the clouds. The last day of the trip is always accompanied by a swirl of emotions. You have become like family with your fellow classic car adventure mates and the Ride Free Tour Team, and you are wishing for just a few more days on the road. However, things start looking up again as we descend from Big Bear Lake and spot the Pacific Ocean on the horizon. We’ll drop down and run along California’s famous Pacific Coast Highway for a stretch through Malibu and along the Santa Monica Pier before turning inland towards our last stop. We will head to one of our favorite restaurants to enjoy one last meal together. This is one of our favorite times of each trip. Not because it is the end, but because we all get a chance to go around the table and talk about what we found special about the ride, the experience and, most importantly, the group. We love to hear, as is almost unanimously the case, that the Ride Free family far exceeded your expectations of what you would get out of this week on the road. We may even start planning the next year’s trip together over lunch We take one last walk on the beach, and turn our classic car rentals in at the end of the day.

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Day 9  – Los Angeles Departure Day


5 Day 4  Night Classic Car Tour and Rental with 5 + Cars – Guided Tour with Support 

  • 4 Nights of hotel on the road – 4 classic car rental day
  • Single Room supplement is $600 per person if you want your own room.   2 people per room Included.

DATES BELOW – COMPLETE SCHEDULE CLICK HERE

Cost  on a 5 day 4 night tour with 5 + cars,  LA to LA Tour, + insurance waiver
$1663  – Per person with 4 people, 1 car, 2 rooms
$2215  – Per person with 3 people, 1 car, 2 rooms
$2800 – Per person with 2 people, 1 car, 1 room

Self Guided Classic Car Tour Option: car, route, attractions, hotels, gps
CONTACT for Self Drive packages and rates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Day 1 – LA to Dana Point –  2hr 27mins – 75 miles

We meet in the morning to show you your classic car rental for the tour at our shop by the LAX Airport in Los Angeles, California.  We take plenty of time to go over your classic car rental so you are very comfortable and familiar with it.  Then it is time for orientation on the great trip we have ahead of us.

We leave our Los Angeles Headquarters and drive a couple miles away to the Pacific Ocean.  We head South as we explore the beach cities along the California Coast in our classic cars with the top down.   We ride along beautiful cliffs with the ocean below.   Then visit the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach, then head south to Huntington Beach, Laguna Beach, then we arrive for a beautiful sunset at the ocean town of Dana Point.

Day 2 – Dana Point to Palm Springs – 2hr 15min – 105 miles
After an amazing sunrise over the California Coast, we head inland in our rented convertible classic Mustangs to start our journey towards Route 66!  But first we trek over mountains on the famous Ortega Highway to Palm Springs, a desert Oasis where Frank Sinatra used to hang out.  Lots of great shops, restaurants, pools, and fun.

Day 3 – Palm Springs to Barstow – 4hr 8mins – 200 miles
This is Route 66 in a classic car day!  We fire our vintage v8 engines in our rental cars up and head towards Route 66.  On the way we drive our classic cars through Joshua Tree Park.  Some amazing scenery.   Then we arrive to the historic Roy’s Diner on Route 66 for some great photo opportunities with you in your classic Mustang or other Classic Car in front of the painted Route 66 sign on the road and Roy’s Diner and Route 66 in the background.  A picture of a lifetime!  We drive Route 66 today and get our Kicks on 66.

Day 4 – Barstow to Ojai – 3hr 18 mins – 167 miles
We head out across the desert towards the mountain retreat town of Ojai.  Famous for it’s wine tasting.  The first part of our day, we travel on more of the famous Route 66.  Then we relax in this mountain town and enjoy the little rural rustic California town.

Day 5 – Ojai to LA – 2hr 8 mins – 85 Miles
We take our time this morning and head down to the town of Ventura on the Pacific Ocean and check out the surfers ride the waves as we soak up the sunshine on the boardwalk.   Then we head south in our classic cars towards LA.  But don’t worry, still lots of fun left and things to see like driving through and visiting the famous Malibu Beaches on the way back to town.  Maybe stop for some seafood at one of our favorite oceanside spots in Malibu.  Then we drive our classic cars to the end of Route 66 and out onto the Santa Monica Pier.  Another great photo opportunity, and a memory of a lifetime before we stop at Venice Beach.  Then we head that afternoon to turn our classic cars in, until the next adventure!

 

DATES BELOW – COMPLETE SCHEDULE CLICK HERE

 

12 Day 11 Night Classic Car Tour and Rental with 5 + Cars – Guided Tour with Support
  • 11 Nights of hotel starting LA Arrival and return to LA day
  •  10 classic car rental days
  • Single Room supplement is $1100 per person if you want your own room.   2 people per room included.

DATES BELOW – COMPLETE SCHEDULE CLICK HERE

Cost  on a 12 day 11 night tour with 5 +  cars  LA to LA Tour – DETAILED ITINERARY BELOW
$3550 –  Per person with 4 people, 1 car, 2 rooms
$4730 – Per person with 3 people, 1 car, 2 rooms
$5850 – Per person with 2 people , 1 car 1 room

Self Guided Classic Car Tour Option: car, route, attractions, hotels, gps
CONTACT for Self Drive packages and rates

Day 1 – LA Arrival / Orientation
Day 2 – Los Angeles to Laughlin  –  5hr 13 mins – 303 miles
Day 3- Laughlin to Williams  –  3hr 44 mins – 188 miles
Day 4 – Williams to Grand Canyon  –  1hr 13 mins – 60 miles
Day 5- Grand Canyon to  Page  –  2hr 29 mins – 131 miles
Day 6- Page to Bryce Canyon  –  2hr 47 mins – 152 miles
Day 7 – Bryce Canyon to Zion  –  1hr 57 mins – 87 miles
Day 8 – Zion to Las Vegas  –   2hr 37 mins – 159 miles, or 4hr 9 mins – 211 miles
Day 9 – Las Vegas to Death Valley  –  3hr 17 mins – 163 miles
Day 10 – Death Valley to Big Bear  –  5hr 19 mins – 283 miles
Day 11 – Big Bear to Los Angeles  –  2hr 24 mins – 112 miles
Day 12 – LA Departure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Day 1 – Pre Day – Los Angeles, California or Las Vegas Start Option

Meet your fellow cruisers from around the globe and the Ride Free Tour Team late afternoon in the hotel lobby for introductions before we shuttle you a short distance to the pick up your classic car!  We take the cars for a shake down cruise to our first group dinner at our favorite local spot at the beach. After dinner the Ride Free Tour Team will give a brief orientation and answer any questions about the exciting ride to come. Get a good night’s sleep, as we have a big adventure ahead.

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Day 2– Los Angeles to Laughlin, Nevada   –  5hr 13 mins – 303 miles,  or Las Vegas to Laughlin

We wake up in California with our classic cars familiar to us and waiting for us outside the hotel.  The Ride Free Tour Team will give a safety briefing and answer any questions before we saddle up and hit the road. If you have never been part of a group cruise in classic cars before, you will find yourself grinning ear to ear as you realize that you have quickly become the object of envy for every pour soul stuck in their new rental cars or tour busses on the Los Angeles Freeway system. The only sound more satisfying than the roar of the engines of your fellow riders around you is the rumble of your own engine as you leave Los Angeles in your mirrors and the great American city gives way to lonely cacti and the inviting warmth of the California dessert. You have been waiting a long time for this day. Enjoy the feeling. After a lunch stop at a roadside diner we will open into the Nevada dessert before dropping down the valley towards the banks of the Colorado River and the small casino city of Laughlin, Nevada. After checking into the hotel, we’ll enjoy a group dinner before turning you loose to try your luck on the craps tables, slot machines and blackjack tables. Just remember to save few bucks because Las Vegas is just a few days away.

 

Day 3  – Laughlin to Williams  –  3hr 44 mins – 188 miles

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For many, this is one of the most anticipated days on our journey, as we trace the path of American history along an open stretch of one of the world’s most infamous highways, Route 66. Feel the rumble of your classic car rental as we open up our throttles and race back in time. You can almost see the old steam engine carrying passengers to a new life in the West along the 100 year old tracks that run parallel to Route 66. Gas stations and roadside diners still dot the same landscape that the first vintage cars drove eastbound from Chicago so many years ago. We are now at one with the road as we leave a little piece of our own history on this great American highway. We will soon be leaving the roar of Route 66 for the quiet serenity of the most recognizable destination in the Southwestern U.S., Grand Canyon National Park.

 

 Day 4 –  Williams to Grand Canyon  –  1hr 13 mins – 60 miles 

We drive our classic car rentals up to the rim of the Grand Canyon this morning so we have the whole day at the Park.   We can schedule a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon as an option if you like today.  We will enter the Park and ride along the rim of the Grand Canyon  as we make our way around the park.  Once we settle in for the night we’ll enjoy a short walk to stand together in awe of one of the Great Wonders of the World. For those of you who want the full experience, we’ll organize an early morning walk to watch the sunrise over the Grand Canyon. You’ll have to see it to believe it.  

 

Day 5 – Grand Canyon to  Page  –  2hr 29 mins – 131 miles

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( We can add an extra Monument Valley Day here)

What an incredible day we have ahead of us! We’ll putt along the rim of the Grand Canyon once again as we make our way out of the Park for the scenic ride into the state of Utah on our way to Page.   This region is rich in Native American history and we will have plenty of time to stop at road side stands and shop for Native American handcrafts or just to talk with people whose ancestors have called this area home for hundreds of years. These people are as proud and prominent as the great landscape that rises before us.    Page has some really cool canyons to explore on foot.

 

Day 6 – Page to Bryce Canyon  –  2hr 47 mins – 152 miles

The breathtaking Bryce Canyon has some amazing sights, and some great roads to drive.

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Day 7 – Bryce Canyon to Zion  –  1hr 57 mins – 87 miles

I’ll warn that you may forget all about the Grand Canyon once we enter Zion National Park. While Route 66 to Grand Canyon is easily the most anticipated day for our fellow riders, this is almost always the most memorable. It is difficult to paint a description of Zion that can measure up to the actual experience of riding through it so I will leave it to your imagination, except to say WOW.

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Day 8  – Zion to Viva Las Vegas    –   2hr 37 mins – 159 miles, or 4hr 9 mins – 211 miles

We will get an early start today so we can arrive in Las Vegas with plenty of time to cut loose. Leaving the cool air of Zion, we will drop down into The Valley of Fire, a moonscape of deep red clay earth and rock formations that open once again into the Nevada dessert. Here comes that ear to ear grin once again as Las Vegas starts to grow in the distance. The only sensation that can come close to matching the wonder of the Las Vegas cityscape at night is cruising down the Las Vegas Strip amidst the rumble of your fellow riders and newfound friends as we make our presence clearly known. What happens next? That’s all up to you. Las Vegas is, well, Las Vegas. Walk the famed Las Vegas strip at night, take in an amazing show or redeem yourself at one of the great casinos. The choice is yours. We’ll organize a group dinner and some fun for those of you who want to come along. For the rest…Viva Las Vegas!

 

 

 

 

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Day 9 – Las Vegas to Death Valley, California  –  3hr 17 mins – 163 miles

Get up and shake off the glitter of Las Vegas because we are about to take a journey to one of the most unforgiving and magnificent places on the planet, Death Valley. It is going to be hot, but it will also be amazing as we enter the confines of Death Valley, one of the few habitable places on Earth that actually drops below sea level.  Today you will probably have your top up on your classic car rental to keep the sun off you. Your Ride Free Tour Team will make plenty of stops to rehydrate and soak in the unbelievable sights. Our final destination for the day will be Panamint Springs, California, a tiny smattering of single floor hotel rooms over thirty miles from the nearest civilization that has been the backdrop for more than one Hollywood thriller. From the bright lights of Las Vegas to the bright stars of Panamint Springs. You have likely never seen the Milky Way and the constellations as clear in your life as you will tonight. As always, soak it in. Let it take over you. Home and work seem a million miles away and you hope this ride never ends.

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Day 10 – Death Valley to Big Bear Lake, California  Death Valley to Big Bear  –  5hr 19 mins – 283 miles

This day easily brings the greatest contrast in landscape of the trip, as we leave the vast expanse of Death Valley for the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the inviting waters of Big Bear Lake. Your bike now feels like part of your body as we climb out of the Valley and wind our way up through the dense forest of the Sierra Nevada. This is a fun ride! As we near our destination we will wind along the calm waters of Big Bear Lake, which doubles as a popular Southern California ski resort in the winter. Today it is sunny, warm and inviting. If you’re feeling adventurous join the few of the Ride Free Family in the past who have braved the icy waters of the lake for a late afternoon swim. Go ahead, we dare you!

 

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Day 11 – Big Bear Lake to Los Angeles    –  2hr 24 mins – 112 miles

We still have a lot of adventure left. The Rim of the World is an amazing ride high in the mountains above the clouds. The last day of the trip is always accompanied by a swirl of emotions. You have become like family with your fellow classic car adventure mates and the Ride Free Tour Team, and you are wishing for just a few more days on the road. However, things start looking up again as we descend from Big Bear Lake and spot the Pacific Ocean on the horizon. We’ll drop down and run along California’s famous Pacific Coast Highway for a stretch through Malibu and along the Santa Monica Pier before turning inland towards our last stop. We will head to one of our favorite restaurants to enjoy one last meal together. This is one of our favorite times of each trip. Not because it is the end, but because we all get a chance to go around the table and talk about what we found special about the ride, the experience and, most importantly, the group. We love to hear, as is almost unanimously the case, that the Ride Free family far exceeded your expectations of what you would get out of this week on the road. We may even start planning the next year’s trip together over lunch We take one last walk on the beach, and turn our classic car rentals in at the end of the day.

 

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Day 12  – Los Angeles Departure Day

 

COMPLETE TOUR SCHEDULE CLICK HERE

5 Day 4 NIGHT = LA TO LA – with ROUTE 66  Dates

January 6-10, 2014                                    February 3-7, 2014                                         March 3-7, 2014

March 31-April 4, 2014                              April 28 -May 2, 2014                                    May 9- May 13, 2014

May 23- May 27, 2014                              May 30- June 3, 2014                                      June 6- June 10, 2014

June 27- July 1, 2014                                 July 11 – July 15, 2014                                     August 8 – Aug 12, 2014

August 22 – Aug 26, 2014                         September 5 – 9, 2014                                    September 26 – 30, 2014

October 3 – 7, 2014                                    October 10 – 14, 2014                                      October 17 – 21, 2014

November 17 – 21, 2014                              December 8 – 12, 2014

 

9 DAY 8 NIGHT  Dates – LA TO LA – GRAND CANYON – VEGAS

March 11-19, 2014                                April 15-23, 2014                                               May 6-14, 2014

June 4-12, 2014                                     July 1-9, 2014                                                  August 5-13, 2014

September 2-10, 2014                          September 30 – Oct 8, 2014                            October 21-29, 2014

November 4-12, 2014

12 day 11 NIGHT – LA TO LA – GRAND CANYON – VEGAS

March 11-22, 2014 – 12 Day

April 15-26, 2014 – 12 Day

May 6-17, 2014 – 12 Day

June 2-13, 2014 – 12 Day

July 1-12, 2014 – 12 Day

August 5-16, 2014 – 12 Day

September 2-13, 2014- 12 Day

September 30 – Oct 11, 2014 – 12 Day

October 21-Nov 1, 2014 – 12 Day

November 4-15, 2014 – 12 Day