Experience breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim from its easternmost point. Visit Grand Canyon Village, drive through a spectacular landscape, and see ancient murals depicting scenes from the Hopi peoples ancient way of life.
What to Expect
Explore the easternmost point of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim on a scenic 3-hour tour by pink Jeep. Discover more remote areas than those covered by other tours and see superb murals left behind by the Hopis thousands of years ago.
You will stop at many prominent vistas, some sublimely remote as you head east from Grand Canyon Village to the Desert View Watchtower. Learn about the fascinating history, geology, plants, animals and legends of the Canyon from your expert guide.
As an added option, the tour can stop at an Indian ruin site to provide you with a better understanding of some of the first people of the area and their struggle to survive. Peer down thousands of feet to the mighty Colorado River at the point where it curves and heads west. On a clear day you can see for more than 100 miles!
- 3-hour guided tour
- Grand Canyon National Park entrance
- Professional guide
What's Not Included
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
National Geographic Visitor Center, at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon (Tusayan, AZ)
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Know Before You Go
• Tours depart daily on the hour between 08:00 and 17:00. Please indicate requested time in the "Notes for local tour operator" on the check out page
• This tour is operated weather permitting and operator reserves the right to cancel tours at their discretion based on passenger safety and comfort