Grand Canyon National Park
More than just a gigantic hole in the ground, Grand Canyon National Park reveals millions of years of geologic history with its layered bands of multi-colored rock strata stretching for hundreds of miles. Iconic viewpoints such as Mather Point, Desert View Watchtower and Yavapai Observation Station will allow you to peer down into this gigantic hole to ponder how long a million years of geologic time is really like.
Although there are several ways to see the Grand Canyon, most people see it from either the South Rim or the North Rim. Depending on the focus of each of our tours, such as one focusing only on Arizona visiting the South Rim, our tours will visit at least one of the rims. Check each tour itinerary to learn more.
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