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If you’re looking for something to do in eastern Utah, there’s a Moab tour company to take you there. Seriously, there are so many guides and tour providers out here, it boggles the mind. The key is deciding on exactly what you want to do and where you want to go. Once that part’s taken care of, it will be much easier to identify the Moab tour company that will take you there.
 
Different providers specialize in different types of adventures. On the one hand, we know of at least one Moab tour company that specializes in transporting visitors out into and over the two national parks that are located in eastern Utah, namely, Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. You can ride the sky for anywhere between 30 minutes and two hours, and visit an array of renowned landmarks all the while. For instance, one half-hour air tour goes to Arches National Park for “fly by’s” at Delicate Arch, the most famous arch on the planet, which happens to overlook the La Sal Mountains. So also will you pass the Courthouse Towers, which dwarf most big city skyscrapers; and the Devil’s Garden, an incredible area where jagged rock fins characterize the terrain.
 
Alternatively, another Moab tour companycan fly you down to Canyonlands National Park and out to Lake Powell; or a third, to Monument Valley, which is famous for its fortress-like buttes, and also features overlooks of the San Juan River and Dead Horse Point. As you can see, aerial excursions in the clouds above Utah are extremely popular.
 
At the same time, however, ground expeditions provide a more traditional way of seeing the sights in Moab. From hiking trails and horseback riding, to driving and off-roading, there are plenty of adventures to show you the city while still keeping you on ground level. One Moab tour company offers horseback riding journeys that last over three hours. With that amount of time, you’re able to discover a long stretch of Castle Creek Canyon, with its dramatic reddish cliffs and gently flowing creek. In addition, you’ll make your way up the rugged trail for outstanding vistas of the La Sal Mountains and the Colorado River. 
 
Delicate ArchFor the chance to go off-roading at a significantly more rapid clip, try a Moab tour company that specializes in renting out all-terrain vehicles and dune buggies. There are few things as cool as spending your day ripping around the wilderness on an AWD ATV, plowing your way up sand dunes, and feeling the bumps as you navigate sandy washes. The Monitor & Merrimac Trail, which is about ten miles north of the city is especially noteworthy to that end; it boasts not only dunes and washes, but also, significant portions of slickrock, plus constant views of sandstone towers.
 
For a similar experience that doesn’t require you to drive, you could also consider a Jeep or Hummer tour. With an expert behind the wheel, you can just focus on the surrounding beauty while he scales boulders and crawls up rock piles. You wouldn’t believe everything that these vehicles are capable of!
 
At the same time, however, if you want a completely comfortable day ride where you won’t have to worry about road hazards, high speeds, or anything even remotely extreme, stick to the basics: find a Moab tour company to take you on a motor coach tour. These experiences are among the most convenient and carefree ways to visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and they always make a point of stopping where tourists most want to go. So if you take a van tour in Arches, you better believe you’ll stop at Delicate Arch and Balanced Rock; and if you visit Canyonlands, you’ll most likely see some sandstone needles, the enormous mesa known as the “Island in the Sky,” and other classic formations, such as Druid Arch, Mesa Arch, and Horseshoe Canyon. Of course, these parks are anything but small, so you’ll want to double-check with your Moab tour company to verify that what you’re hoping to see actually has a place on the itinerary.
 
From everything we’ve described, we’re pretty sure you’re chomping at the bit to travel around Moab. There’s so much to do and see here that no one ever goes home disappointed. So pick a Moab tour company to show you around, and leave the hard work to someone else. So pack those bags and get yourselves to Moab!

Posted by: Howard Green