Enjoy hiking ranger talks, helicopter flights, secret sunrise and sunset points on the rim, the imax movie, endless wildlife and photographic opportunities and more. Inclusions: Camping (all camping equipment with camping option) or Lodging (3-star hotel), park entries and more.
Camping option (standard) 1 person minimum required
Lodging option (upgrade) 2 person minimum required
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Best Camping! Joined the 2-day Grand Canyon camping tour. Our guide Evan was great and helpful and friendly. He can't be a better guide. Love to hear the stories from him. He gave us a lovely surprise at the end of the trip! Words can't express my gratitude. Great time with other teammates too. Helicopter is a must if you wanna see more.
Grand Canyon is more than grand. We got collected from our hotel by our tour leader Mike, he was on time and super organized. We had advised a couple of days prior that our hotel was not going to hold our luggage and they were extremely accommodating. Mikes knowledge of the area and passion for his work definitely made the difference between being ferried to the Grand Canyon and being led into the amazingly beautiful national park. We were advised throughout the day what the schedule looked like, Mike's directions were always clear and he was happy to answer all the questions that were asked of him. We made it to the Canyon via the Hoover dam and Mike was good enough to highlight different trail walks for different levels of skill. The trails he recommended were bang on for ability- let's face it, I'm not a great hiker but my mate is. I took the easy road with stunning views and she attempted some of the more strenuous stuff. Mike made great suggestions for the sunset and it was breathtaking. As me and my friend were camping we got dropped at the park cafeteria for dinner while Mike dropped the others in town, we were then collected and taken to the campsite. Lucky for us he had set up our tents already - we were instructed on how to use and inflate the sleeping mats and sleeping bags were distributed. We had some campfire popcorn before turning in. The sleeping bags were something else let me tell ya. It was like a warm hug!Â
In the morning we were provided with fruit, croissant and juice for breakfast and we packed down the campsite - Mike was super at explaining how to dismantle everything. We spent half a day hiking around the canyon then headed back to Vegas.Â
Highlights: Mike was brilliant! The time in the Canyon was just enough.
The hiking trails can be done by anyone who can walk a straight line Wildlife everywhere
it's far. There is absolutely nothing that the company can do about
distance and they do try to break up the drive, however; it's far. Come prepared with water and snacks.
Overall: I can't recommend this highly enough. It was the best all round option.
If you're looking at a one day tour to the Canyon you are mad. Spend a couple of extra bucks and get the best experience.
While staying in Las Vegas we went for the 2 day tour to the Grand Canyon our guide John was amazing he give us lots of information while on our tour and was super fun- fantastic tour giving opportunity for a sunrise and sunset at the Grand Canyon as well as lots of hiking if you wish.
Our trip to the Grand Canyon was exactly what I had wanted it to be. As we four weren't interested in hiking, John dropped us off each day at the Bright Angel Lodge where we really enjoyed time to ourselves to look around all the historic buildings in the village, which also gave us different views of the canyon. We sat and people watched, soaked up the atmosphere, watched people feed the squirrels when John had warned us all about keeping our distance from them, took photos, ate icecream. John then picked us up at the end of our given time. Watching the sun set over the canyon was magical. Getting to travel on the old Route 66, to stop at Selegman, with all it's Americana was a delight. Do as we did, take the tour so you can get out to the Canyon, you don't have to hike, enjoy the village instead, there is a lot to see there. All his information as we travelled was excellent, couldn't be more helpful, very happy with him as a guide.