Route 66 Tour

May 16th, 2018 by

Route 66 Tour

You’ll get way more kicks when you drive it in a Porsche.

It may be a desert, but when it comes to driving roads, Arizona is a true oasis. Our Route 66 Tour includes famous stretches of “America’s Mother Road” and some of the most unforgettable drives and scenery Arizona has to offer. The Route 66 Tour is thoughtfully planned, and you’ll be able to leave your worries behind to focus on the road while being led by a skilled Porsche Sport Driving Instructor. Along the way, you’ll enjoy the company of like-minded Porsche Enthusiasts who appreciate the marque’s design and performance.

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Trip highlights

  • Best of Arizona’s Route 66
  • Sedona, Winslow and Flagstaff Arizona
  • Day trips: Grand Canyon visit, Hot Air Balloon ride
  • Couples spa package
  • Explore Flagstaff, a quintessential Route 66 town


Program vehicles

Throughout the trip, you’ll enjoy plenty of time behind the wheel of these Porsche vehicles:

  • 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
  • 911 Targa 4S
  • 911 Carrera GTS
  • 911 Turbo Cabriolet
  • 911 Turbo


Tour Schedule & Details*

Day 1: Arrival and Welcome Reception: Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa, Scottsdale

Your Route 66 Tour begins in Scottsdale, Arizona at the award-winning Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa. And like all of the accommodations on the trip, it sets the bar high. After you arrive, you will enjoy a welcome reception and meet your driving instructors and fellow travelers; raise a toast to the thrilling week ahead.

Day 2: Scottsdale to La Posada Hotel and Gardens, Winslow

Maybe you’ve heard the song about standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona. But since you’ll be driving a 911, the corners on the way there will be far more riveting. The stunning drive to Winslow brings you to La Posada, a historic Southwestern hotel that has played host to guests such as Albert Einstein, Amelia Earhart, and John “The Duke” Wayne.

Day 3: Winslow to The Grand Hotel at The Grand Canyon

It took the Colorado River six million years to carve the Grand Canyon. Today we think you’ll agree it was worth the wait. Epic roads and breathtaking views abound. There are also many exciting opportunities to view this natural wonder like Skywalk, a stunning glass bridge giving you a unique view over the Canyon. The nights accommodations won’t disappoint either as you’ll check into the only three-diamond hotel in the region, The Grand Hotel at The Grand Canyon.

Day 4: Grand Canyon to Amara Resort and Spa, Sedona

Today’s drive will lead you along spectacular serpentine roads to the mystical Red Rock region around Sedona. After some amazing twists and turns, you’ll check in at the hidden retreat called Amara Resort and Spa. Located at an elevation of 4,500 feet at the foot of vibrant Uptown Sedona, it puts you within steps of eclectic shops, lauded dining and fine art galleries.

Day 5: Day trips around Sedona and Flagstaff

One day in the Sedona area could never be enough. With so many breathtaking roads snaking through scenic canyons, a second day in this magnificent setting is a must. In addition to more great drives, you’ll also have the chance to explore Sedona’s hiking trails, eclectic shops, and galleries. As the sun sets, relax and let someone else take the wheel. For the afternoon, we’ll head over to Flagstaff to absorb this quintessential Route 66 town. We’ll settle in for drinks at sunset, dinner and all the other elements that make this such a great town. At the end of the evening, you’ll return to Sedona for a second night at Amara Resort and Spa.

Day 6: Sedona to Jerome/Prescott to Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa

After departing Sedona, you’ll experience the curve-after-curve fun of the road from Jerome to Prescott. The route includes the hair-raising switchbacks and steep drops of Mingus Mountain. Along the way, there are plenty of shops, museums, and cafes. From there, your Route 66 Tour heads back to Scottsdale. You’ll end the thrilling trip where it all began, at the Andaz Scottsdale, and celebrate your adventures with a finale dinner party.

Day 7: Program Concludes: depart Scottsdale

Sadly, the fun has to end. But the memories will live on in your photos and new friendships. Before long, you might decide it’s time to start planning your next trip with Porsche Travel Experience USA. If you haven’t already experienced it, consider Porsche Travel Experience USA’s California Tour.


6 nights/5 drive days

  • Wave 1: October 10-16, 2018
  • Wave 2: October 18-24, 2018

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  • $8,900 USD (per person, based on double occupancy)
  • $10,900 USD (per person, based on single occupancy) single occupancy shares a vehicle at all times with another single registrant

To register or for more information, please contact us at 1-888-945-1170 or 

*Porsche Travel Experience USA routes and vehicles are subject to change.

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