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Guided Grand Canyon Sightseeing Tour from Flagstaff & Williams

This guided tour of the Grand Canyon showcases both the South and East Rims with many stops in between. Grab your camera and leave the lunch, snacks, beverages, and driving to us! Our professional guides possess vast knowledge of one of the most incredible places on earth — The Grand Canyon. They know the best times to visit each view point and will be by your side every step of the way.

The following viewpoints may be visited while at the Canyon - which stops we visit will depend on traffic, time and weather.

  • Grand Canyon Village: This section of the park contains a number of historic buildings, the Grand Canyon Railway Station, shops and restaurants.
  • Yavapai Point: This vista is the most expansive view of Grand Canyon and is home to Mary Colter's Yavapai Observation Station
  • Mather Point: This viewing area is quite extensive - the point has two narrow, railed overlooks built on projecting rocks and is beside the Visitor Center.
  • Grandview Point: This viewpoint was the original destination for Grand Canyon Tours, started in 1892 by Pete Berry as a copper mining operation. This view point is reached by a one mile side road, that juts out on a peninsula providing expansive views of the Grand Canyon.
  • Tusayan Ruins: The Tusayan Ruins and Museum are excellent places to take a glimpse into the lives of the native peoples of the region.
  • Lipan Point: This vista has the best view of the Colorado River on our Daily Grand Canyon Tour, and is a favorite stop for our guides as well as guests.
  • Desert View: This is the eastern most view point at Grand Canyon National Park and home to Mary Colter's historic Desert View Watchtower. The tower was built in 1932, right on the cliff edge and visible for many miles across this part of the Canyon.
  • Cameron Trading Post or Little Colorado River Gorge depending on where your accommodations are and time allotted.

Duration:  This is a full day tour, approximately 6-8 (weather and traffic dependent).

Departs:  Most hotels/Air BnBs/B&Bs in Flagstaff, Williams, Tusayan & Grand Canyon Village. Times vary with all locations. Pick-up is between 8 - 10:15 AM. Drop-off is between 3:30 - 5 PM. 

Includes:  Permits/entry fees, water, assorted soft drinks, snacks, rain ponchos (if needed), car seat (by request only). Lunch picnic (vegan/vegetarian/gluten-free customers are accommodated for, with advanced notice).  A high-power spotting scope for peering into the canyon.

Choice of Sandwich (on fresh-made sourdough bread from a local bakery) 

  • Turkey & Provolone
  • Ham & Swiss
  • Roast Beef & Cheddar
  • Vegetarian Option: Provolone cheese, shredded carrot, avocado, cucumber, sprouts
    Sides include: pasta salad and seasonal fruit.

Cost:  Groups 1-4 people are $1000; each additional person is $250/each.

Season:  This tour is available year round, weather dependent. NOTE: From November 1st through March 15th this tour does not include a picnic lunch. We offer a $20
discount for the tour and guests are responsible for their own restaurant meal while at the National Park as it is too cold for a picnic.

Skill level:  N/A

Notes:  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Recommended attire: Comfortable shoes without a heel, wide brimmed hat and layers.

Cancellation Policy:  All half and full day tours have a 7-day cancelation policy.  If your plans change for any reason, please be sure to call at least 7 days prior to the day of your tour to avoid charges.

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