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Moab: Sound and Light Show with Dinner

1. Moab: Sound and Light Show with Dinner

Begin the evening on the banks of the Colorado River, just 2 miles north of Moab, Utah. Savor a delicious cowboy-style Dutch oven dinner in a dining room overlooking the water. After dinner, climb aboard a flat-bottomed boat and begin your river adventure. A knowledgeable and entertaining guide will point out things of interest and ignite your imagination. Once darkness settles in, the formal part of the evening begins when 40,000 watts of natural light illuminate the canyon wall. Watch as lights, shadows, music, and narration make the stories of the canyon's formation, creation, and history come to life on the walls above the river - as learned from the early settlers of the area (the Catholic conquistadors, Native Americans, and Mormon pioneers). This Sound and Light Show is a not-to-be-missed unique experience and a great end to a perfect day in Moab.

Arches and Canyonlands National Park: Self-Driving Tours

2. Arches and Canyonlands National Park: Self-Driving Tours

Discover Arches and Canyonlands National Parks with self-guided driving tours on your phone. Admire stunning vistas, rock formations, and scenic hiking trails on a tour developed by local guides, curated by creative writers, and narrated by professional voice artists. Arches National Park Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Begin with an adventure into Arches National Park, starting at the visitor center. As you set out, pass the towering formation of the Three Penguins and the geological Moab Fault, offering a fantastic hiking trail. See the iconic Three Gossips and the towering series of formations that form the Courthouse Towers and Sheep Rock. Witness the strangely beautiful petrified dunes while learning about the native Paiute and their legends. Reach the famous Balanced Rock formation, followed quickly by the two most popular stops: the Windows Arches and Double Arch. You’ll make your way to Delicate Arch, the unrivaled highlight of this park. You can also check out the historic Wolfe Ranch and some ancient tribal petroglyphs. Your journey continues through the unique Salt Valley and to stunning formations like the Fiery Furnace, Sand Dune Arch, Arches Forest, Skyline Arch, and Tapestry Arch. Finally, make your way to the farthest point in the park: the Devil’s Garden. Here, you’ll get to visit the famous Landscape Arch. Canyonlands National Park Next, explore Canyonlands National Park, starting at the Moab Giants museum near the park’s east entrance. Head west into the deep red of the desert, where you’ll find the striking formations of Merrimack and Monitor. Then you’ll arrive at your first major viewpoint: Big Mesa Viewpoint. As you head toward the famous backcountry trail of White Rim Road, learn all about the invisible life which thrives in this seemingly desolate desert. Then, on your way to Basin Overlook, offering great views of the Colorado River, you’ll get the scoop on the uranium king of Canyonland. Next up is Dead Horse State Park, home to a legend spooky enough to suit its name. You’ll then enter the national park itself, where the Island in the Sky Visitor Center will be waiting in case you need a break. Visit Upheaval Dome, the formation of which has stumped geologists for decades. Catch the sunset at one of the nearby overlooks. Finally, you’ll arrive at the immensely popular Grand View Point, where your tour concludes.

Moab: Moab Giants Dinosaur Park and Museum Entrance Ticket

3. Moab: Moab Giants Dinosaur Park and Museum Entrance Ticket

Travel back through time with your Discovery Pass to Moab Giants Dinosaur Park, the ultimate dinosaur adventure for all ages. Explore the park at your own pace and have fun with the whole family. The ticket includes access to all outdoor and indoor attractions. Walk with over 100 life-size dinosaurs on the half-mile Moab Giant Outdoor Trail then, visit two Dig-It-Out sites, the Playground, PaleoCamp, and Rock Art Gallery. Enjoy interactive exhibits and games dedicated to the formation of tracks and what we can learn from them at the Tracks Museum. Then, head to the 3D Theater for a movie depicting the Big Bang and evolutionary theories. Next, visit the new Prehistoric Aquarium Experience. See ancient sea creatures on 3D virtual screens as if you were there with them. Prepare yourself to come face to face with the ancient giant shark during an unforgettable realistic 5D experience.

Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks Self-Driving Bundle Tour

4. Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks Self-Driving Bundle Tour

Discover Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks on a self-guided, self-driving tour. Learn about the history of the park and enjoy countless panoramic views of stunning scenary. Begin at the Springdale Visitor Center. As you drive, you’ll hear the history of the park, how it got its unusual name, then stop by a vista from which the impressive Altar of Sacrifice, Sundial, and West Temple are all clearly visible. Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. After that, drive past the towering Sentinel and hear how a tremendous earthquake totally transformed this mountain. At the next viewpoint, you’ll see the Patriarchs, a trio of mountains so gorgeous that people used to think pictures of them just had to be fake. Continue past sparkling waterfalls with emerald pools at their base. Then you’ll see Angel’s Landing, a precarious, death-defying hike famous both for its staggering views and for the danger involved in getting to them. Up next is Weeping Rock, a cliff face that constantly “weeps” and gives life to a little oasis at its base. Then it’s on to The Narrows, a one-of-a-kind river hike that’s perfect for photo ops. Travel along the Riverwalk and hear about the ancient petroglyphs left behind by the people who once called this area home. When you head next through the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel, you’ll get the full story of the conflict between the Mormons and the Paiute tribe. After you pass the totally strange Checkerboard Mesa, you’ll arrive at the East Entrance Ranger Station, where your tour will conclude. Your journey through Bryce Canyon begins at the park’s entrance and continues on to Fairyland Point, a lovely overlook offering your first glimpse at the kind of beauty that’s in store. Next, pause at Sunrise Point and get your first look at the mysterious hoodoos which make this park famous. After that, of course, is Sunset Point, the perfect sister to Sunrise Point. As you continue on toward Inspiration Point, you’ll uncover how this astonishing landscape formed in the first place. Then revisit the story of the first Mormon pioneers who arrived here and declared this place their new home. After that, you’ll visit Swamp Canyon Overlook, which hides some seriously stunning views behind its modest name. Get the facts about the connection Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid have with this park before visiting a natural arch. Then it’s on to a couple of canyons guaranteed to take your breath away with their sweeping views and lush interiors, plus a mythical tale of malevolent water spirits which the Paiute once believed occupied these rivers. The final landmark on the tour is the beautiful Rainbow Point.

Moab: Full Day Canyoneering Experience

5. Moab: Full Day Canyoneering Experience

Spend an exciting day traversing into deep slots and unique water sculpted canyons, rappelling and climbing along the way, and exploring miles of canyon country. The Irish Canyons are the center of canyoneering in the North Wash. With short approaches, a wide range of difficulty levels, and unsurpassed beauty, it's understandable why these are the most popular canyons in the area. Your guide will get in touch a few days before your tour to determine the best options for your group. Then they will build an itinerary and plan your day of adventure. On the morning of your tour, you'll meet the group in town or get picked up from your local hotel and then driven to the canyons. The tour guides will take great care to ensure your safety as you and your group explore the canyons. To the northwest of Lake Powell lies a sea of rolling sandstone bluffs laced with some of the tightest slots in the canyoneering world. Despite the remoteness of North Wash, the canyons here are some of the most accessible anywhere with numerous world-class objectives a short distance from the highway. North Wash is the perfect destination for beginner and advanced canyoneers alike with canyons such as Leprechaun and Blarney: second to none in beauty but mellow enough for the kids to enjoy. There are also much more advanced canyons in the area for more experienced adventurers. These easy-to-access canyons are many canyoneer's introduction to the area. Composed of three separate canyon systems: Leprechaun, Blarney, and Shillelagh, the Irish Canyons offer something for everyone whether beginner or experienced. Because of the quick access, the Irish Canyons also make it possible to do multiple objectives in a day.

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What people are saying about Moab

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 7 reviews

Our 4 year old dinosaur-loving grandson LOVED it! We liked the natural setting, informative plaques, and the clusters of dinos. WARNING the aquarium is not for little kids. The last exhibit is too scary and realistic for them!

The western meal was delicious and plentiful. Our tour guide provided history of the area. It was a chilly night and blankets were provided for everyone. It was a perfect adventure to end our trip before heading home.

Delightful and relaxing! Everything well organized from the supper to the very end! Great stories, fun jokes, beautiful light show and time at the end with great music for star gazing without lights!

Beautiful and educational. I didn’t know what to expect. It does get cool at night, so bring a jacket. Captain Ron and Tammy were super!!

This experience was far better than I expected, the sound and light show was great.