Cost: $330.00 per person plus actual cost of accommodations.
Price includes: Entrance Fees, Bottled Water
Tour must be booked at least 5 days in advance. Credit card or cash deposit required at time of booking. Bookings cancelled within 48 hours of tour departure and no-shows will be charged the full amount.
We reserve the right to alter itineraries due to weather conditions.
$165.00 children age 3 to 12.
We don't just drive you to your destination. We give you facts, history and information about the area. Plus your guide is always happy to answer your questions about the area.
Established in 1915, this landmark is still the center of commerce in the area. The menu at the Cameron Trading Post restaurant is a pleasant mingling of American, Mexican, and local Navajo cuisine. While you will find all your traditional favorites, you can also enjoy a more adventurous culinary experience. Vegetarian meals are available.
We design our tours to give you the most relaxing time possible at the Grand Canyon. You'll enjoy three hours with one of our experienced Tour Guides before checking into your in park lodging at Grand Canyon National Park. You can make many photo memories from their carefully chosen and spectacular overlooks. We know that viewing options are many. Your Guide will be on hand at each stop to offer interesting facts about the area, help you take that perfect picture, and make the most of this truly unique destination.
Late in the afternoon your Tour Guide will escort you to your lodging and assist you with check in. Rooms are located in the park and close to all the major attractions.
Some of the favorites that you can visit while staying in the park include, but are not limited to;
Navajo Point - with views of the Colorado River and the Painted Desert. This is often your first introduction to the vast plateaus of Northern Arizona.
Lipan Point - Our tour guides tell us this is their favorite view point. On a clear day you can often hear the river and see rafts make their way thought the world famous Hance Rapids. As one of the longest rapids in the Grand Canyon, it has a drop of over 70 feet in just one mile.
Grand View Point - The former home of the Grand Hotel and The Grand View Trail. The trail was built by hard rock miners who were looking for a more direct route out of the Grand Canyon with their newly discovered Copper ore.
The Yavapai Geology Museum - This location gives you a thorough introduction into the formation of the Grand Canyon and its fantastic fossil record and may be the starting point for a self guided walk along the Rim of the Grand Canyon. The walk affords you the opportunity to escape some of the crowds and take incredible photos at your own pace.
You might enjoy a world class sunset before sitting down to an early evening meal at one of the many restaurants located along the rim of the Grand Canyon. The cost of meals is not included in the tour price.
Your choices are many, and they are yours! Today, you get to explore the Grand Canyon at your own pace. Perhaps you might want to wake early and catch the sunrise or a hike into the depths of the Grand Canyon on the Bright Angel trail - an experience you will feel for days and never forget.
Many of our guests use the morning as an opportunity to enjoy a helicopter or airplane ride over the Grand Canyon. Your Tour Guide will help you plan your second day before leaving you for your twenty four hour adventure.
The Park Service offers a convenient shuttle bus service that will take you to the more remote view points. Your tour guide will explain all the transportation options and help you along the way.
You will meet your Tour Guide in the lobby of your hotel at about 3:30 PM for your return transportation to your Phoenix/Scottsdale area accommodations. Most tours stop in the Verde Valley for a light dinner. Your arrival in your hotel will be generally between 8:30 and 9:30 P.M.
***Luggage - Only a backpack or small bag, no suitcases.
Spend quality time exploring one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of the World." Grand Canyon National Park. Touring in a comfortable 10 passenger custom-seated van with a professional guide who loves their job, you will travel North through the Sonoran Desert and the Ponderosa Pine forest of northern Arizona onto the Navajo Indian Reservation and for an early lunch stop in Cameron, Arizona, just 32 miles from the East entrance of Grand Canyon National Park.
Book Online or by phone 602-971-1381 or 800-513-1381