Discover Northern Arizona: The Ultimate Page Summer Travel Guide

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Prepare for an unforgettable exploration of Northern Arizona’s Page with this summer travel guide. Dive into mesmerizing vistas, thrilling adventures and local treasures for an experience that you’ll never forget.

This story is from our special edition IN AZ 2024 issue. Read the full issue online here for more inside intel on where to stay, dine and everything in between IN AZ this season and all year round.

Where to Stay

Amangiri & Camp Sarika

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Amangiri blends into the untouched red rock country. In this 900-plus-acre desert landscape of canyons, mesas, ridges and gorges, the property’s 34 suites, restaurant and spa offer an inspiring welcome to one of the world’s most dramatic natural settings. Sprawling more than 55 acres and conveniently accessible from the main resort, Camp Sarika by Amangiri is a collection of 10 pavilions complemented by a common pavilion. Deriving from the Sanskrit word for “open space” and “sky,” Camp Sarika evokes an expansive and inspiring environment out of which it emerges with luxurious but simple elegance. 

Photo: Camp Sarika by Amangiri

Hyatt Place Page / Lake Powell

Photo: Hyatt Place Page / Lake Powell

Hyatt Place Page / Lake Powell is at the center of The Grand Circle’s premier outdoor and adventure destinations, which include11 national parks, 16 national monuments and over 20 scenic byways. At the property, guests have access to an exclusive Adventure Concierge program that provides expert assistance in building customized travel itineraries. This Hyatt was designed in a contemporary Southwest style and has 102 suite- configured guestrooms. The hotel also has an outdoor pool, patio seating, firepits and fitness center.

Under Canvas 

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Under Canvas Lake Powell is an ideal spot to discover the wonders of the American Southwest. This glamping experience located on a Canyon Rim Plateau immerses guests in unique experiences from hiking mesas to watching sunsets at Horseshoe Bend. There are suite, stargazer and deluxe tent options, all of which can be booked for families as well.

Where to Eat & Drink

Rainbow Room

Photo: Rainbow Room at the Lake Powell Resort

Rainbow Room at the Lake Powell Resort features floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of legendary Lake Powell. Dining here offers guests the chance to experience gourmet sustainable menu items. Highlighting flavors of the Southwest, the restaurant offers entrées ranging from fresh fish to flame-broiled beef and a delightful selection of vegetarian fare. Rainbow Room is open April through October for buffet breakfast and seated dinner and is also available for group functions.

Prickly Pear Kitchen 

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Prickly Pear Kitchen, situated in the Hyatt Place Page / Lake Powell Hotel, blends Southwest and Sonoran flavors, featuring dishes such as Southwestern Alfredo Tortellini and Prickly Pear Cactus Quinoa Salad. The restaurant serves specialty cocktails, including the Prickly Pear Margarita, and desserts with a Southwest twist, including the Prickly Pear Tres Leches.


Papillon Helicopter Tours 

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Experience a canyon floor landing with a champagne toast and refreshments when you take the Grand Celebration with Las Vegas Strip Helicopter Tour. Climb aboard a helicopter specially designed for aerial sightseeing for the ultimate bird’s-eye view of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, the volcanic graveyard of the Black Mountains and the Grand Canyon West. After sightseeing, explore a remote plateau next to the Colorado River and enjoy a light picnic and a glass of champagne. Take advantage of the opportunity to photograph unusual desert plants, rugged rock formations and the Colorado River before your return flight to Las Vegas. 

Rainbow Bridge Tour

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Enjoy cruising 50 miles of the Lake Powell shoreline to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the largest natural bridges in the world. The seven-hour tour passes through Warm Creek Bay and Padre Bay (the largest bay on the Lake). Navajo, Southern Paiute, San Juan, Ute, Kaibab Paiute, White Mesa Ute and Hopi peoples traditionally used the land comprising Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Prior to these tribes, ancestral Puebloans and earlier indigenous people lived in the Rainbow Bridge area. Boxed lunch, snacks, water, coffee and lemonade are included.

Canyon Princess Charcuterie Cruise 

Photo: Canyon Princess Charcuterie Cruise

Enjoy superb sunset views of the Wahweap Bay and Lone Rock while indulging in delicious charcuterie boards during this 1.5-hour charcuterie cruise. Available seasonally.

Native American Dinner Show 

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The Native American Dinner Show is a premier seasonal event that offers traditional Native American food with a twist followed by a show that highlights local culture, including various styles of powwow dancing and hoop dancing. Sounds from the Native American flute fill the room as guests enjoy traditional Navajo tacos on homemade fry bread.  

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