Hike, Ride and Sightsee at the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon area holds many activities and tours for families and friends, and you’re welcome to try as many as you can fit in for your vacation. Many visitors are awestruck by the sheer size of the canyon walls and rock formations, and you’ll have a great time exploring the area during your excursion. Make plans to stay close to the Grand Canyon and view the splendors of the Painted Desert. You can reserve the following activities to provide you with new opportunities for discovery while you’re on vacation.

Grand Canyon Explorer Hike

You can tour some of the surrounding rim of the Grand Canyon on this eight hour excursion, viewing layer upon layer of jagged rock and colorful cliffs. You don’t have to worry about a strenuous hike – it’s rated “easy to moderate” difficulty for everyone, including beginners, so your hiking experience can be as enjoyable as possible. The smooth trails are wide and easy to follow, and you’ll even get a little exercise!

Air, Land and Sunset Safari – Jeep, Helicopter Tour Combo

Combine all of your transportation around the Grand Canyon into one amazing tour, experiencing all facets and views of this incredible natural landmark. You’ll go to places like the Kaibab Plateau, the Dragon Corridor and see a large portion of the Colorado River. Your 30 minute helicopter tour includes narration, so you can sit back and relax as you receive a bird’s eye view of the canyon walls.

Grand Canyon Scenic Rim Full Day Tour

Spend the day with your knowledgeable tour guide as you head across a large portion of the Grand Canyon beside picturesque areas like old fossil beds and Indian cliff dwellings. Bring your camera to snap photos with your friends with the gorgeous sun-soaked canyon in the background. Best of all, you’ll be treated to a delicious lunch and beverages to renew your energy.

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