Moab Adventure

North America > USA

When visiting Canyonlands National Park, you’ll have a clear view of the night sky in its full splendor thanks to low light pollution and excellent air quality.

Carved by the Colorado River, Canyonlands National Park offers visitors hiking, stargazing, camping, and technical rock climbing. Established in 1964, the park preserves 527 square miles of colorful landscape that has eroded into countless canyons, mesas, arches, and buttes by the Colorado River and its tributaries. The Colorado and Green rivers divide the park into four districts: Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze, and the rivers themselves. While these areas share a primitive desert atmosphere, each retains its own character and offers different opportunities for exploration.

Arches National Park

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Day 1: Welcome to the Southwest

You are met at Grand Junction airport and transfer 2 hours. You arrive into camp in time to freshen up and enjoy sunset snacks & drinks - Welcome to your private luxury camp !

The Moab Luxury Camp provides an amazing remote, private experience with incredible access to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Located on BLM land, you will get the same amazing views of the canyons, Colorado River, and sandstone formations as Canyonlands National Park, but without the crowds.

Dinner at Camp Included

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Day 2: Privately Guided Half Day Canyoneering in Moab

This morning you will embark on a private half day canyoneering adventure in Moab. You will be fitted with your equipment (helmets and harnesses) and your guide will brief you on safe canyoneering techniques. You have the opportunity to explore the beautiful canyons by rappelling.

We drive to Arches National Park and head to a picnic area to enjoy a lunch of local cured meats, artisan cheeses, and fruits in season. We will hike to landscape arch and the nearby arches. Afterward we travel to Delicate Arch, this is a 3 mile there and back hike, with some elevation gain. A view point is accessible by vehicle. After returning from Delicate Arch, we will drive to the areas of "the windows" and "double Arch" for pictures and a quick walk. We end our time in Arches at "Park Avenue". We head to your private luxury camp in time to freshen up before dinner.

Breakfast at Camp, Lunch on Tour & Dinner at Camp Included

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Day 3: Canyonlands National Park: River Float & Biking

Meander Canyon is a lesser-known stretch of river in the Canyonlands region. Yet, Meander Canyon is without a doubt one of the lovelier sections of the Colorado River, rich with archeology, history, and incomparable scenery. The landscape through which the Colorado River flows near Moab, has been shaped and deformed by salt its effects are visible everywhere, from the long narrow fracture of Spanish Valley, to the tiny, parallel side canyons that enter the river through the sheer sandstone walls below Moab. Salt, from an ancient ocean, formed as thick layers in deeply buried rocks. The pressure of the layers above forced the salt to squeeze like toothpaste up through the overlying layers, causing them to bulge and bend and ultimately crack in long straight clefts in the land’s surface. From the air, the land still looks like a rumpled and wrinkled carpet, molded and cracked by the forces of time. A float down this stretch of river brings past geological forces to vivid life in the present landscape. Boaters enter Canyonlands National Park just above Little Bridge Canyon.

After a picnic lunch, you head to Dead Horse State Park to begin a mountain biking excursion. You bike to Dead Horse Point overview to get an impressive view of Canyonlands National Park and take in the overwhelming vista. You make your way back to the vehicle and head back to your private camp in time to freshen up before dinner.

Breakfast at Camp, Lunch on Tour & Dinner at Camp Included

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Day 4: Depart

After breakfast, you are transferred 2 hours to Grand Junction airport for departures.

Breakfast Included

Accommodations

The American Safari Camp

The American Safari Camp Luxury Camp Experience was created for those who want to experience the wild outdoors in comfort. Set up exclusively for you, this private campsite enables you to enjoy the best that nature has to offer in a secluded, tranquil area with upscale accommodations. You will be completely off the grid without internet or distractions. Guests use this unique opportunity as a chance to disconnect from work and stressors and reconnect with one another.

You will be greeted by your Camp Host with a refreshing towel and cold beverage. Staff are available 24/7 to provide assistance and service as needed; otherwise they will ensure plenty of space and privacy for your party. Our staff are Wilderness First Responder Certified and are trained to provide 5-star service during your stay.

Your Host will conduct a brief orientation to your new surroundings. Each 150-square foot custom canvas-walled tent is furnished with pillow top queen, twin, or bunk beds, soft down comforters, and bedside tables with lamps. You will have fresh linens, a private en-suite toilet, hot shower, hand washing station, and plenty of shade to comfortably spend your time at camp.

Unwind in your tent or relax in the lounge area with a book or board game while your guides prepare fresh seasonal meals designed by award-winning Executive Chef Shon Foster. Each meal is crafted based on your preferences and dietary restrictions, including warm treats baked in a Dutch Oven over hot coals. In the evening, a telescope will be set up for stargazing with full access to the vast night sky. Finally, a crackling campfire will be burning for the classic camp experience – S’mores!

  • Private Guide & Vehicle
  • All meals and drinks including beers & wine
  • All Park Fees
  • Tours & Activities
  • Airport transfers
  • Tips & Gratuities
  • Items of a Personal Nature
  • Flights

Pricing starts at:

$5,995

Pricing

$5,995

per person