Flagstaff, Flagstaff, AZ
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Grand Canyon South Rim, Highway 64, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023As the audio guides play commentary based on your gps location, you can create your own itinerary along the tour route(s) to match your interests and schedule.Or you can use our trip planners for our suggestions on half, full or multi day itineraries.Some of the many highlights are listed below;Duration: 8 hoursPass By: Desert View Drive, Desert View Dr, Grand Canyon Village, AZ, USAScenic Route 64 travels between the East Entrance and Grand Canyon Village, following alongside the Rim for about 25 miles.This is a lovely scenic drive with many stunning viewpoints to stop and enjoy including Desert View, Navajo Point, Lipan Point, Moran Point, Grandview Point and Duck on a Rock. The stunning climax of the drive is the Desert View Watchtower.A very worthwhile cultural stop and opportunity to learn more about Ancestral Puebloans is available at the Tusayan Museum and Ruins.Stop At: Grand Canyon Village, N Village Loop, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023The historic heart of the Grand Canyon and location of famous lodges and businesses, including the Kolb and Lookout Studios.The Village area is very compact and we will have to park the car and explore the Rim Trail on foot, which is something not to be missed.There are many superb views from the flat trail. The log train station and the mule barn are popular sightseeing locations in the Village.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Williams, Williams, ArizonaConsidered the gateway to the Grand Canyon, the town of Williams also has one of the best preserved Route 66 experiences along its Main St with diner cafes, shopping and lodging.This is the start location for many visitors first arriving to see the Grand Canyon.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Duck on a Rock Viewpoint, Grand Canyon Village, AZ 86023, USANo spoilers - we don't really want to get too deep into why Duck Rock has its name, but you can probably work out why easily enough!Just want you to know that it is a highlight that will be pointed out as we tour along Desert View Drive.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Chapel of the Holy dove, Hwy 180 Interdenominational church., Flagstaff, AZ 86001This tiny A-shaped Ponderosa log chapel sits along on Hwy 180 in the Coconino National Forest on the route between Flagstaff and the South Entrance.Built in 1961/62 by the Watson Family who were medical practioners in nearby Grand Canyon. The chapel remains open for all passersby for prayer or reflection, or even just a pretty photo.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Grand Canyon Desert View Watchtower, Desert View Dr. Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023The highlight of the 25-mile Desert View Drive that connects the Village to the eastern entrance to the park.The tower is an architectural masterpiece by Mary Colter, in the Ancestral Puebloan style and offers impressive 100 mile views up and down the canyon on clear days.Enjoy the architecture, location and the collection of artifacts contained inside the tower.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Lipan Point, East Rim Drive, a few miles west of Desert View, Grand Canyon National Park, AZLipan Point is one of the not-to-be-missed stops along Desert View Drive. Look way down to the Colorado River and you might be able to see powerful whitewater rapids. Hance Rapid is one of the most challenging along the river and are a class 7 to 8.One of the most active archeological sites in the Grand Canyon is at Unkar Delta, once home to Ancestral Puebloan people. This is one of only a few places in the South Rim where you can see The Grand Canyon Supergroup - layers of rock strata, all the way down to the Vishnu Basement Rocks, oldest at the canyon.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Little Colorado River Gorge, Jct. Hwy 89 and Hwy 64 9.4 miles west on SR 64 from US Highway 89, Cameron, AZ 86020For visitors arriving from Cameron, AZ, the Little Colorado River Gorge might offer the first stop and sneak peak into what lays ahead after entering the National Park.Although, it's actually one of the largest tributary arms of the Grand Canyon, at over 3,000 feet (910 m) deep.The Navajo Tribal Park offers an overlook and picnic ground facilities for a small entrance fee.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Grandview Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, AZOne of the many scenic viewpoints along Desert View Drive, but this is one you won't want to miss.Panoramic views into the Grand Canyon and glimpses of the Colorado River. Popular also as it's the location of the now dismantled Grandview Hotel. First built as a simple mining cabin and then expanded as tourism grew.The Grandview Trail follows an original Native American route, that was also used to access the copper, gold and silver mines, before the National Park was established. It's a hike that requires preparation due to its steepness, sun exposure in the summer months and ice and snow in the winter.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Navajo Point, Desert View Dr, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023The highest natural viewpoint along the South Rim, and located on Desert View Drive, you can look back to Desert View Watchtower.Definitely a worthwhile stop to make and photo to capture.Duration: 20 minutesPass By: San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff, AZJust north of Flagstaff, as we drive to, or from, the National Park, the San Francisco Peaks are a volcanic mountain range and the highest point in the state of Arizona, rising to over 12,000 feet.Stop At: Tusayan Ruins and Museum, 3 Miles West of Desert View Visitor Center Desert View Drive, Grand Canyon National Park, AZLearn about the Puebloan people through the ruins and inside the museum displays, artifacts, bookstore and staff onsite.An enjoyable addition to the frequent viewpoint stops along Desert View Drive.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Mather Point, 2 1/2 Miles North Of Park Entrance, Grand Canyon National Park, AZFor many visitors this is the very first view they will have of the massiveness of the Grand Canyon. It's a first impression that will stay with you forever. Easily accessed from a large parking area using paved all-mobilities trail. There is a large Visitor Center and cafe at the same location.It is a scenic and rewarding but flat walk to use the Rim Trail to connect between the Village and Mather Point.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Yavapai Point, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023For visitors arriving at the Grand Canyon through the South Entrance, Yavapai is often the second panoramic view they will stop to enjoy after Mather Point.You can dive deeper into the complicated geological story of the Grand Canyon at the Yavapai Museum of Geology. This combination bookstore, museum, with exhibits and visitor center is built in harmonious canyon rock to blend with the surrounds. It provides a covered viewing area with large picture windows. The three dimensional map models allow an appreciation of the scale and colored layers throughout the South Rim.Duration: 1 hour
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Double Eagle Trading Company, 526 US Highway 180, Williams, AZ 86046-9811A quick optional stop at the trading post for a bathroom break (optional)Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Grand Canyon Village, N Village Loop, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023This section of the park contains a number of historic buildings, the Grand Canyon Railway Station, shops and restaurants.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Yavapai Point, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023This vista is the most expansive view of Grand Canyon and is home to Herbert Maier's historic Yavapai Observation Station.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Mather Point, 2 1/2 Miles North Of Park Entrance, Grand Canyon National Park, AZThis viewing area is quite extensive - the point has two narrow, railed overlooks built on projecting rocks and is near the Visitor Center.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Grandview Point, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, AZThis viewpoint, developed in 1892 by Pete Berry as a copper mining operation, was an original destination for Grand Canyon tours. This view point is reached by a one mile side road, that juts out on a peninsula providing expansive views of the Grand Canyon.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Moran Point, Desert View Dr., Grand Canyon National Park, AZThis viewpoint offers far reaching views along a wide section of the Grand Canyon, approximately between river miles 87 and 72. The point is due south of Cape Royal on the North Rim.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Tusayan Ruins and Museum, 3 Miles West of Desert View Visitor Center Desert View Drive, Grand Canyon National Park, AZThe Tusayan Ruins and Museum are excellent places to take a glimpse into the lives of the native peoples of the region. * This is typically where we enjoy our picnic lunch.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Lipan Point, East Rim Drive, a few miles west of Desert View, Grand Canyon National Park, AZThis 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.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Grand Canyon Desert View Watchtower, Desert View Dr. Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023This is the easternmost viewpoint 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.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Cameron Trading Post, US Highway 89, Cameron, AZ 86020This is our last stop of the day on the Navajo reservation. It gives our guests a chance to shop and support the native people of the area. This is a brief stop, and not the main focus of the tour.Duration: 20 minutes
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Oak Creek Canyon, Route 89A, Sedona, AZ 83149Drive through the beautiful Oak Creek Canyon on your way to the Ponderosa Pine Forest of Flagstaff.Stop At: Flagstaff, Flagstaff, ArizonaBeautiful Ponderosa Pine Trees and Dormant Volcanoes dot the landscape as we pick up our Flagstaff guests.Stop At: Cameron Trading Post, US Highway 89, Cameron, AZ 86020You will have the opportunity to shop for unique souvenirs at the historic Cameron Trading Post at the Navajo Nation. Explore many arts and crafts, crafted by our many Arizona Native Tribes.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, ArizonaYou will enter Grand Canyon National Park on the East Side, with your first stop at the Desert Watchtower. This is a majestic first view, and guests will have time to go up to the top of the tower. Then take in more gorgeous vistas as you head west, ending at Grand Canyon Village. You will enjoy dinner and a stunning Grand Canyon sunset.Duration: 6 hours
Explore the Grand Canyon National Park on this customizable, private hike. Pick one of the iconic trails like Bright Angel or South Kaibab and a medically trained, local hiking guide will lead the way. Round trip transportation from Flagstaff, entrance fees, and lunch are included. Price listed is for up to 3 passengers.
Learn all about the history, geology, and more with a fully narrated tour of the Grand Canyon's South Rim as we drive through this beautiful and diverse landscape. Lunch on your own at the Grand Canyon Village*. Trip also visits Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation and Little Colorado gorge with views of the Painted Desert. *Due to Covid-19, lunch options at the Grand Canyon are very limited, Cameron Trading Post may be an option for lunch.
ItineraryThis five line zip line tour takes you over the grandeur of Out of Africa Wildlife Park. Here you will zip line over lions, tigers, bears, zebra, giraffe, rhino and so much more. This two hour adventure will have your heart racing as your see majestic wildlife in their spacious enclosures. This is one of the most exciting adventures in all of Arizona. Come experience it for yourself. Only 20 minutes from Sedona.Stop At: • 3505 Sr-260 Predator Zip Lines is just a short drive from Sedona, Arizona, Camp Verde, AZ 86336