Come and enjoy the spectacular Grand Canyon tours with us, one of the great natural wonders of the world. It is a lifetime opportunity & not to be missed!
If there is any place on Earth that puts into perspective the grandiosity of Mother Nature, it is the Grand Canyon. The natural wonder, located in northern Arizona, is a window into the region’s geological and Native American past.
Come with us to tour the spectacular Grand Canyon, one of the great natural wonders of the world. This is the main tourist destination within Arizona, and even within the United States, and a wonder that is not to be missed. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and attains a depth of over a mile (6,093 feet or 1,857 meters). Be a witness to more than 2 billion years of earth’s geological history, carved by wind and the Colorado river.
Experience Grandview Point, Moran Point and Desert View Watchtower along the East Rim Drive, and Mather Point, Pima, Hopi and Hermits Rest along the beautiful Hermit’s Rest Road of Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon Tour is a lifetime opportunity and not to be missed!
Archaeological History is available to visitors as well.
The oldest human artifacts, dating over 12,000 years old, from the Paleo-Indian period were found in the Grand Canyon – and with the continuous use of the park and habitation of civilization since that time – there are amazing historical finds available for visitors on a Grand Canyon trip to observe.
The park has recorded over 4,300 archaeological resources with an intensive survey of over 5% of the park area.
Many of the parks 11 Traditionally Associated Tribes and historic ethnic groups consider the management of the archaeological resources as preservation to their heritage and history.
Check the museums and visitor centers for displays and information about the artifacts when you are on our Grand Canyon Tours.
Historic District At Grand Canyon South Rim, built by the Santa Fe Railroad in the early 1900’s. The Train Depot One of the oldest standing wooden Train Depots in the United States. The Grand Canyon Railway – serves as the arrival and departure point for train riding visitors and has a fun tour experience for visitors to take. Lookout Studio Mary Coulter designed the studio to naturally flow with the landscape.
One of the many places in the Grand Canyon offering beautiful views for tourists and photographers Hopi House Originally built for tourists to witness Hopi Indian artisans at work. Kolb Studio Features art exhibits from Grand Canyon tribes and artists.
Yavapai Museum of Geology Showing beautiful geological models and displays. Shrine of the Ages Chapel Building Now used by multiple groups for various reasons, originally built as an interfaith Chapel, the Shrine of Ages planning began in 1917 and was finally built in the 1970’s.
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Hopi Point Another stop on the Hermit Rest Route, this particular stop is very famous for the beautiful sunset vista view.
Hermit’s Rest Another structural design by Mary Colter, who created Hermit’s Rest to appear to be a part of the local terrain, this location offers a snack bar and gift shop as well as restrooms at the end of the Hermit Rest Route.
Vermilion Cliffs – Marble Canyon Part of the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, you can see colors swirl and change in the thousand foot cliffs, with natural orange, red and purple color pigments providing a beautiful and amazing landscape.
Mather Point – On Hermit Rest Road One of the most beautiful lookout points for the Grand Canyon. From this point visitors can view almost ¼ of the entire Grand Canyon. Excellent for Sunset vista viewing.
Lipan Point With great sunset views, Lipan Point allows tourists a way to see the river, colorful canyon walls and amazing vistas.
Desert View and Watchtower Built by Mary Colter in 1932, the Desert View and Watchtower magically appear to blend into the landscape, the tower architecture mimics earlier structures and provides visitors gorgeous viewing of the vistas, The Colorado River,
The San Francisco Peaks and the Painted Desert when you are on our Grand Canyon Tours. It also contains a general store, a service station and a restaurant. Inside the structure, Hopi artifacts, petroglyph recreations and many crafts are displayed or are for sale.
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