We have listed our Top Tours to help you choose the right vacation adventure for you and your family. Whether you’re interested in experiencing the Grand Canyon by airplane, helicopter, river raft, jeep or by train. We have the right tour for you.
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Take a spectacular sunrise tour of Grand Canyon enroute to Lake Powell. You will then enjoy a light breakfast. Now, take a tour of the slot canyon known as Antelope Canyon. Your guide will take you to this unusual canyon to see how wind, time and water can create a very unusual canyon.
Next, it’s down to Glen Canyon Dam where you will board your 22 passenger raft for floating thru Glen Canyon and into the Marble Canyon. Finally, the motor coach or van will meet you at Lee’s Ferry and return you thru the Marble Canyon portion of the National Park. Crossing over the Marble Canyon Bridge back to the South Rim.
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The absolute top-of-the-line Grand Canyon helicopter tour! Soar with the condors over the canyon’s most striking scenery in the aircraft that has set the new standard for aerial touring: the Eco-Star helicopter. The dramatic confluence of the Little Colorado River… monolithic Point Imperial…. the remote, verdant North Rim… the spacious Eco-Star helicopter lets you get up close and personal with it all, comfortably and quietly. If you want the best Grand Canyon air tour money can buy, this is it.
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Northern Arizona’s most popular Family Tour. Take a motor coach along the South Rim, stopping at the Desertview Watchtower, then it’s off to Marble Canyon and Lee’s Ferry, Arizona. You will board a raft and being transferred upstream on Colorado River close to Glen Canyon Dam. Then take a 4 1/2 hour float trip on the Colorado River with a stop at the Petroglyph panel and time on Lunch Beach. Then your motor coach will pick you up at Lee’s Ferry and return you and your family to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon! A full 12 hour day at an unbelievable price!
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Get to the bottom of the Grand Canyon – AND stay on solid ground – on the Inner Canyon Tour! Relive history as you travel along Old Route 66 (say “hi” to Mater and Red from “Cars”); learn about unusual desert plants and towering rock formations as you venture down the Diamond Creek Road all the way to the bottom of the Grand Canyon!
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40 – 45 Minutes of incredible discovery over the Grand Canyon. This air tour lets you see it all. It is a Grand Circle that begins at the South Rim. Hope you brought plenty of film! Nothing helps you get a true appreciation for the scope and scale of the Grand Canyon like the view from a Twin Otter, with windows 4 times the size of commercial airline windows. Great for photography. There isn’t much of the Canyon you won’t see on this Tour!
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If exhilaration and excitement are what you want from your Grand Canyon vacation, this is the trip for you! Experience the ultimate Grand Canyon adventure – white water rafting – and yes, you CAN do it in one day. Marvel at the canyon’s towering walls, infinite complexity, and fascinating history as you plunge through 9 sets of rated rapids. End your day’s adventure with a thrilling helicopter ascent back to the rim.* Children must be at least 8 to participate. Trip price includes round-trip transportation from Williams and lunch. *Weather Permitting
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Flight Time 40-45 Minutes. Imagine! The drama. The beauty. See the Canyon’s vast contours illuminated in brilliant beams of color. Follow the impressive Colorado River and witness its merging with the Little Colorado River. Watch spellbound as the Canyon’s towers, buttes, and amphitheatres blaze with incredible hues of the western sky. An adventure in color. The Memory of a Lifetime.
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The Grand Sunset Tour (3 hours approx.) ventures deep into the Kaibab National Forest searching for elk, deer, and other species of wildlife, and concludes with sunset at the edge of the Grand Canyon. During this tour you will have the opportunity to climb an eighty foot lookout tower that views the Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert, and San Francisco Peaks! Bring your camera on this expedition – you don’t want to miss any of the awesome scenery and abundant wildlife.
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Beginning in beautiful Williams, Arizona, the Railway travels 60 miles North to the Grand Canyon through pristine forest and mountain lands. The first passenger train arrived at the Grand Canyon in 1901. After which it was the preferred transportation service into the Canyon area until 1968 when it finally had to give way to family and personal vehicles. However, exactly 88 years after the first passenger arrived the passenger service was reincarnated and now hosts 170,000 a year! Add the Grand Canyon Railway to your Grand Canyon vacation. The Railway features 5 different class seats.
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No visit to the Grand Canyon is complete without experiencing the 7-story giant screen presentation of “GRAND CANYON-THE HIDDEN SECRETS”, shown at the Grand Canyon IMAX® Theater – A “Must See” stop one mile south of the South Rim Entrance to Grand Canyon National Park. The only way you can, in 35 minutes, get an overview of the spectacular vistas, the history of its explorations, and the hidden canyon experiences not available on any tour. Go ahead and see the Canyon, then EXPERIENCE it by making the IMAX® movie, “Grand Canyon – The Hidden Secrets”, part of your visit to the area!
Visit the National Geographic Visitor’s Center!