Waypoint Tours

Your Personal Tour Guide!

Waypoint Tours are entertaining, educational, self-guided tours to help

plan your travel adventures, enhance your travel experience & cherish your travel memories.

A Waypoint Tour is your personal tour guide unlocking the

highlights, history, geology, and nature of your travel adventure destination.

Discover the incredible highlights, history, geology & nature of National Parks with entertaining, educational, point-by-point Waypoint Tours - your personal tour guides for travel adventure.


Grand Canyon (AZ)

Sedona (AZ)

San Francisco Wharf & Maritime Park (CA)

Yosemite (CA)

Bryce (UT)

Zion (UT)

Yellowstone (WY)

Grand Teton (WY)

United Kingdom


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Welcome to the world’s first national park – Yellowstone! Discover the incredible highlights, history, geology & nature of Yellowstone National Park with this entertaining, educational, point-by-point Waypoint Tour - your personal tour guide for Yellowstone travel adventure.

The golden rocks, effervescent waters, teeming forests, meadows and streams of Yellowstone have been dually christened by the United Nations as a World Biosphere Reserve and as a World Heritage Site. This is North America’s Serengeti, where 1,700 kinds of plants sustain 60 mammal and 311 bird species.

Welcome to Grand Canyon National Park! As you approach the Grand Canyon, you are crossing the Colorado Plateau, a 130,000 square mile bulge in the earth's surface spanning half of Utah and a good portion of Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. Around its edges are the upthrust Rocky Mountains, the stretched-apart Great Basin, the contorted rocks of Arizona's Transition Zone, and ancient volcanoes. Despite all the geologic activity around it, the Plateau has managed to stay relatively flat and unfolded, but as a whole, it has been uplifted more than a mile. It is the uplift and the downcutting that have created the canyon. About 5-10 million years ago the Colorado River began to carve its way down through the domed region on its way to the sea. Like a knife slicing through a layer cake, the mile-deep river canyon exposed multi-hued layers of time, - a geologist's dream come true. But, you don't have to be a geologist to appreciate the Canyon's grandeur.

Welcome to Zion, a land of sheer cliffs, ancient sand dunes, amazing vistas and verdant garden alcoves. The name came to Pioneer Isaac Behunin by epiphany as the setting sun’s last ruddy light hit Red Arch Mountain and he skimmed Isaiah 2:3: “And many people shall go and say, Come ye, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord… and we will walk in his paths: for out of Zion shall go forth the law.” Now you can gaze in awe at the majesty of Zion’s grandeur – pedestals of stone so tall and massive they seem to support the sky. Reminiscent of Eden, Zion sustains an impressive species list of 800 plants, 75 mammals, 271 birds, 32 reptiles and amphibians, and six native fish. The park’s trails offer a full spectrum of hiking challenges: from a leisurely riverside stroll to a multi-night backpack, to a white-knuckled, chain-assisted ascent over a thousand feet above the ground. Zion is a crown jewel of the National Park System, a shining result of the dedication of men and women who strive to leave these works of nature clean, beautiful, and natural, for the enjoyment of future generations.

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