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Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim Tour with Lunch

1. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim Tour with Lunch

Enjoy a day tour from Las Vegas to the South Rim at Grand Canyon National Park, the widest and most scenic section of this natural wonder. Travel through the Mojave Desert and cross over the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. See the dramatic scenery change as you gain 5,000 feet of elevation. Desert plants and animals change to scenery and wildlife from the Colorado Rockies, with 100-foot tall pines, giant elk, and mule deer. Discover incredible views of the Grand Canyon at Mather Point and around Bright Angel. Enjoy popular attractions such as the El Tovar, Hopi House, Kolb Photo Studio, and the Bright Angel Trail.

From Phoenix: Grand Canyon with Sedona Day Tour

2. From Phoenix: Grand Canyon with Sedona Day Tour

Experience the Grand Canyon National Park during this guided tour, entry tickets in. Explore the canyon rim with its panoramic views and visit Sedona along the way. Experience the stunning red rocks of Sedona. Photograph the famous location and take the opportunity to gaze upon the stunning sights of Arizona. Spend approximately 3 hours within the National Park marveling at the beauty that is the Grand Canyon. Discover historic El Tovar Lodge and Hopi House in Grand Canyon Village. Visit the South Rim and take in the dramatic views, ideal for photographers. Enjoy some shopping, walk the rim, or relax at one of the many viewpoints. For the public tour, travel in a 13-seater custom tour van with High Ceilings allowing for full standing, as well as leather captain's chairs. For the private tour, travel in a luxury Suv.

Grand Canyon South Rim: Self-Guided Tour

3. Grand Canyon South Rim: Self-Guided Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 45-mile-long tour covers the essentials of Grand Canyon in 2-3 hours. This self-guided driving tour takes you to all the best vistas, hikes, and attractions along Grand Canyon’s South Rim and tells you the secret history behind this famous landscape. Walk the scenic South Rim Trail, catch a sunset at Mather Point, and much more. Welcome to Grand Canyon National Park. The tour of this natural wonder of the world begins just outside the park, near the welcome sign. Before arrival, download the app that will function as your guide, narrator, and map all in one. Then, proceed into the park and start with hearing the early history of this location. Your first stop will be at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, where you’ll find Mather Point, your first good look at the canyon. From there, proceed to Yavapai Point and the Yavapai Geology Museum, where you’ll get insider knowledge on the canyon’s complex geology and how these layers of rock help us see back in time millions of years. Next, head to Grand Canyon Village to optionally purchase snacks and souvenirs. Then, walk along the South Rim Trail. There’s a reason this trail is the most popular spot in the park: the views it offers are unbeatable. As you walk, dive into the peculiar construction of the Hopi House, the enigmatic architect who built it, and the heated feud between galleries along the rim. The next part of the tour takes place aboard the free Grand Canyon Shuttle. Get directions to the shuttle, then head down Hermit Road, which isn’t accessible to cars. Along the way, stop at some incredible vistas including Powell Point, Hopi Point, and The Abyss. Arrive at Hermit’s Rest, which features a hiking trail for the avid adventurer, then head back to explore the eastern half of the park. More great views await you at Pipe Creek Vista and the aptly named Grandview Point, which also features a lush hike below the canyon’s rim. Continue toward Moran Point and get acquainted with the Hopi and their traditions, as well as the Ancient Puebloans who preceded them. Finally, you’ll arrive at the impressive, medieval-looking Desert View Watchtower, offering more spectacular views and snacks to purchase. The tour concludes here, having taken you through the entire park.

Grand Canyon: Morning Off-Road Safari with Skip the Gate

4. Grand Canyon: Morning Off-Road Safari with Skip the Gate

Enjoy a hassle-free trip to one of the 7 wonders of the world with skip-the-gate tickets and a morning tour with an experienced guide. See sights like Yavapai Point, Yavapai Point Museum, the Grand Canyon, and travel through the Kaibab National Forest on a 4x4. Explore the Kaibab National Forest on board an exciting 4x4 vehicle and look for all types of wildlife like elk, deer, bobcats, turkeys, and hawks before strolling along the rim of the Grand Canyon. Take a 90 minute guided stroll along the rim of the Grand Canyon (broken into two separate segments) and learn about the fascinating history, geology, and local folklore of the region from your experienced guide. Enter the historic Grand Canyon Village and be ready for a walking tour. Visit the El Tovar Hotel, Lookout and Kolb Studios, Buckey O’Neill’s Cabin, Hopi House, and Bright Angel Lodge. Head to Yavapai Point and the Yavapai Point Museum before boarding your 4x4 and returning to the starting point.

Grand Canyon & Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour Bundle

5. Grand Canyon & Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour Bundle

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! This 60+mile-long tour covers the essentials of Grand Canyon and Sedona in 2-3 hours Discover the staggering views of the Grand Canyon and Sedona's impressive buttes as you drive yourself through both sites with the assistance of an audioguide. Download the smartphone app to begin your self-guided tour and make as many stops as you wish to. Your Grand Canyon tour begins by the park’s south entrance, where you'll hear about the early history of this stunning place. Enjoy stops at Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and the Yavapai Geology Museum, full of insider knowledge on the canyon’s complex geology. Visit Grand Canyon Village for some snacks and souvenirs, then walk along the South Rim Trail, the park’s most popular path. Dive into the peculiar construction of the Hopi House and board the free Grand Canyon Shuttle to see Powell Point, Hopi Point, and The Abyss, before arriving at Hermit’s Rest. Enjoy some more great views, including the impressive Desert View Watchtower, before your visit is over. Move on to Sedona to begin your tour at the Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Center. Turn onto the famous Red Rock Scenic Byway and get acquainted with the spiritual history of this town. Enter the Tlaquepaque Arts Shopping Village then drive over to the towering Chapel of the Holy Cross to find the trail for Cathedral Rock, Sedona’s most famous formation. Reach the Courthouse Vista with spectacular views, then arrive in the Village of Oak Creek, full of more shops and restaurants.

Ultimate Arizona Self-Guided Driving & Walking Tours Bundle

6. Ultimate Arizona Self-Guided Driving & Walking Tours Bundle

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: In this bundle, each tour is 30+ mile-long and takes 2-3 hours to complete. Take advantage of your time in Arizona to discover its 3 biggest natural and cultural attractions: the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Horseshoe Bend. Simply download the tour app and guide yourself through exciting driving and walking adventures using the audio narration and your phone's GPS. Once downloaded, your Grand Canyon tour begins near the park’s south welcome sign. Visit Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and the Geology Museum, before heading over to Grand Canyon Village for snacks and souvenirs. Walk along South Rim Trail and hear about the peculiar Hopi House. Board the free Grand Canyon Shuttle and stop at some incredible vistas, including Powell Point, Hopi Point, and The Abyss. More great views await you back east at Pipe Creek Vista and Grandview Point, as well as the impressive Desert View Watchtower. The tour concludes here. Your tour of Sedona begins at the Visitor Center. Drive the Red Rock Scenic Byway and learn about the spiritual history of this town. Explore the Tlaquepaque Arts Shopping Village, the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Cathedral Rock, and the Courthouse Vista. End your tour in the Village of Oak Creek. Head on over to the trailhead for Horseshoe Bend to hear about the early days of the Colorado River and how the current formation was created. Arrive at Horseshoe Bend and admire the jaw-dropping views of the landmark. Take a guided driving tour through Page, the town where this site is located.

Grand Canyon's Splendor: Your Self-Guided South Rim Tour

7. Grand Canyon's Splendor: Your Self-Guided South Rim Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 45 miles-long tour covers the essentials of Yellowstone National Park in 2-3 hours. This self-guided driving tour takes you to all the best vistas, hikes, and attractions along Grand Canyon’s South Rim and tells you the secret history behind this famous landscape. Walk the scenic South Rim Trail, catch a sunset at Mather Point, and much more. Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Welcome to Grand Canyon National Park. The tour of this natural wonder of the world begins just outside the park, near the welcome sign. Before arrival, download the app that will function as your guide, narrator, and map all in one. Then, proceed into the park and start with hearing the early history of this location. Your first stop will be at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, where you’ll find Mather Point, your first good look at the canyon. From there, proceed to Yavapai Point and the Yavapai Geology Museum, where you’ll get insider knowledge on the canyon’s complex geology and how these layers of rock help us see back in time millions of years. Next, head to Grand Canyon Village to optionally purchase snacks and souvenirs. Then, walk along the South Rim Trail. There’s a reason this trail is the most popular spot in the park: the views it offers are unbeatable. As you walk, dive into the peculiar construction of the Hopi House, the enigmatic architect who built it, and the heated feud between galleries along the rim. The next part of the tour takes place aboard the free Grand Canyon Shuttle. Get directions to the shuttle, then head down Hermit Road, which isn’t accessible to cars. Along the way, stop at some incredible vistas including Powell Point, Hopi Point, and The Abyss. Arrive at Hermit’s Rest, which features a hiking trail for the avid adventurer, then head back to explore the eastern half of the park. More great views await you at Pipe Creek Vista and the aptly named Grandview Point, which also features a lush hike below the canyon’s rim. Continue toward Moran Point and get acquainted with the Hopi and their traditions, as well as the Ancient Puebloans who preceded them. Finally, you’ll arrive at the impressive, medieval-looking Desert View Watchtower, offering more spectacular views and snacks to purchase. The tour concludes here, having taken you through the entire park.

Grand Canyon South Rim: Self-Guided GPS Audio Tour

8. Grand Canyon South Rim: Self-Guided GPS Audio Tour

Welcome to Shaka Guide's audio tour app, your gateway to the majestic beauty of the Grand Canyon South Rim. Get ready to embark on an extraordinary journey through one of the world's most awe-inspiring natural wonders. As you explore the Grand Canyon South Rim with the Shaka Guide app, prepare to be captivated by the breathtaking vistas that unfold before your eyes. This iconic section of the Grand Canyon offers expansive panoramas, towering cliffs, and an incredible display of layered rock formations, showcasing millions of years of geological history. The app will guide you along the scenic South Rim Drive, providing informative and engaging audio commentary as you venture from viewpoint to viewpoint. Listen to fascinating stories and historical context that unravel the mysteries of this natural masterpiece, while gaining a deeper appreciation for the canyon's immensity and beauty. Experience the grandeur of the Grand Canyon South Rim as you walk along the Rim Trail, a scenic path that stretches for miles and offers unobstructed views of the canyon. The app will point out notable landmarks, such as Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and Hermit's Rest, where you can marvel at the sheer magnitude of the canyon and its dramatic colors. For a more immersive experience, embark on one of the hiking trails that lead into the canyon. Whether you choose the popular Bright Angel Trail or the less crowded South Kaibab Trail, the app will provide valuable information about trail options, difficulty levels, and safety tips, ensuring a safe and memorable adventure. Immerse yourself in the history and culture of the area as the app introduces you to the Native American tribes that have long revered the Grand Canyon as a sacred place. Learn about early explorers and the conservation efforts that led to the establishment of Grand Canyon National Park, a testament to the enduring legacy of this natural wonder. Things you'll experience on the tour: • Take in the awe-inspiring vistas of the Grand Canyon from various viewpoints along the South Rim. • Explore the Rim Trail, a scenic path that follows the edge of the canyon. • Explore the historic Grand Canyon Village, the heart of the South Rim experience. • Drive along the Desert View Drive, a 25-mile (40 km) route that runs eastward from Grand Canyon Village. • Visit the historic Kolb Studio, perched on the edge of the Grand Canyon. • Take a gander at the first luxury hotel built on the South Rim. • A Kaibab limestone formation that has, according to some, eroded into the shape of a duck. With the Shaka Guide app as your knowledgeable companion, your visit to the Grand Canyon South Rim will be enriched by fascinating facts, geological insights, and engaging stories. So, grab your phone, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Grand Canyon South Rim. -Grandview Point

The Grand Canyon South Rim: In-App Audio Tour (ENG)

9. The Grand Canyon South Rim: In-App Audio Tour (ENG)

Embark on an extraordinary self-driving audio tour that unveils the breathtaking wonders of the Grand Canyon, an awe-inspiring natural marvel sculpted meticulously by the Colorado River's gradual erosion spanning countless millennia. Commence your expedition at the Visitor Center, a hub of knowledge where you delve into the formation and evolution of the canyon's geological magnificence, a captivating story spanning millions of years. Journey through time as you explore the remnants of ancient Native American civilizations that thrived within the Grand Canyon for millennia. Immerse yourself in the vibrant and distinctive culture of the Hopi people at the meticulously recreated Hopi House. Envision the past as you encounter the remains of one of the earliest campsites and witness the rustic charm of the historic El Tovar Hotel. Marvel at the timeless beauty of Bright Angel Lodge, boasting a fireplace constructed from rocks representing every epoch in the canyon's rich history. Immerse yourself further in the allure of the Grand Canyon at the renowned Kolb Studio, an exhibition blending art and photography, perched on the rim's edge. Discover intriguing tales as you reach Maricopa Point, where you learn of a prospector who might have amassed immeasurable wealth, yet fate intervened. Behold the significance of Powell Point, the site where the declaration establishing the Grand Canyon as a National Park transpired. And from Hopi Point, marvel at the majestic hills bearing the names of Egyptian gods. Concluding your remarkable journey, visit the picturesque Hermit's Rest, a scenic oasis before returning to Grand Canyon Village. Please note that a section of Hermit Road beyond Kolb Studio is closed to vehicles from March through the end of November, except for the complimentary shuttle buses. Admission to Grand Canyon National Park is 35 USD/ vehicle (payable on-site). Credit/debit cards only. HOW IS THE TOUR GOING — Stay flexible: join the tour whenever you want and explore the sights as long as you like. — Enjoy the tour even offline: all audio tours are tested for high quality and easy navigation.

Perfect Grand Canyon Tour: Local Guides & Skip The Lines

10. Perfect Grand Canyon Tour: Local Guides & Skip The Lines

We stop, in Flagstaff, at Kickstand Kafe to stretch your legs, use the restroom, and grab a to-go lunch which will later be enjoyed while overlooking The Grand Canyon. From Sedona via Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Drive (Rte. 89A) is a 24-mile drive between Flagstaff and Sedona. The breathtaking road descends 4,500 feet from the top of the Mogollon Rim, winding through sandstone canyons and rock formations around every curve. 15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free Grand Canyon National Park (Pass By) We drive the 90 minutes from Flagstaffs Kickstand Cafe to the Grand Canyon. Natural wonder is unlike anything on earth. 2 Hopi House Modeled after the 1000 year old pueblo dwellings of the Hopi Village in Old Orabi. Hopi House was built by the Fred Harvey Company as a market for Native American crafts, made by artisans on the site. Bright Angel Lodge, Hermit’s Rest, Lookout Studio, Phantom Ranch, Desert View Watchtower, Colter Hall and Victor Hall, (the latter two being employee dormitories). At first glance, Kolb Studio appears to be just an old house perched on the rim of the canyon. However, if you step inside, or see it from Bright Angel Trail on your hike out of the canyon, you get the sense it is much more than that. This is the Victorian home of the Kolb Brothers who created a lasting legacy of adventure, exploration, family love, and amazing Grand jaw dropping view! For many visitors coming to the South Rim, Mather Point offers the first glimpse of a world wonder. A short walk from the Grand Canyon Visitor Center and parking lots 1-4, Mather Point offers an expansive view of the canyon. On a clear day you can see 30+ miles (48 km) to the east and 60+ miles (96 km) to the west. Looking down into the canyon you can see a few small samples of the Colorado River, Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon, and numerous trails crisscrossing the landscape. Constructed in 1932, the Desert View Watchtower was designed by Mary Colter, who is often referred to as “The Architect of the Southwest.” Near the eastern edge of Grand Canyon National Park, where the Colorado River begins to turn north and the Painted Desert stretches toward the Navajo and Hopi Reservations, a 70-foot-tall circular stone structure perched on the South Rim draws visitors’ attention. Panoramic view point along the South Rim with exceptional views of canyon ridges & the Colorado River. Perched right on the very edge of the canyon rim at Yavapai Point, Yavapai Geology Museum offers one of the best vantage points for an overview of Grand Canyon geology Moran Point is a popular spot on the south rim for gazing into the canyon. A great place for group photos! Along with Desert View, Grandview and Yaki, Moran is one of the most visited points on the east rim drive, and offers far reaching views along a wide section of the Grand Canyon. Now it's your chance to relax for the 2h 20min trip back to Sedona.

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4.8 / 5

based on 267 reviews

I have nothing but good things to say about this tour. It’s safe and legit. The side of the bus has all the company’s information. There are different tours with different routes, but ours consisted of 3 stops on the way to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Every stop had a purpose and enough time to stretch and see whatever the point of interest has to offer. We were given 3 hours to hike 2 miles which is more than enough. Everyone says the south rim is the best. Lots of good spots for photos and the trail is easy going. One of the best parts of the trip was our driver PAUL! The ride is quiet enough to get some naps in, but when he does talk, you’ll want to listen. Shares interesting facts and history about whatever landmark is coming up and makes it worth your time. Informative and witty, but doesn’t yap away unnecessarily. Good driver too. Overall, great tour with a great tour guide. You’ll feel safe in their generously spaced tour busses.

I enjoyed the trip, the guide Robert was nice and great. It was an informative and entertaining ride. Of course, the highlight was seeing the canyon and how amazing it is. I don't think much needed to be improved given the value for the price, maybe better lunch even though I was fine with the lunch.

Mark was an awesome tour guide. Very enthusiastic and knowledgeable throughout the tour! We had a great day

Trip was great! Our guide, Milton, kept us entertained and was very helpful.

la route 66 and the amazing view from the top of the canyon