Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park Travel Tips

Grand Canyon National Park Tours

By Viator, May 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 7 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Europe has its castles. Asia has its temples. Australia has its critters and Ayer's Rock. North America is no slouch, though, especially in the Arizona desert. The Grand Canyon is one of the United ...  Read more

Grand Canyon in Winter

By Viator, November 2013

4.5 star rating: Recommended 113 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

For those visiting the Grand Canyon in winter, there are some essential planning tips and recommendations you should keep in mind. During winter the North Rim is closed, although the South Rim is ...  Read more

Native American & Grand Canyon Tours

By Viator, August 2010

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 11 Ratings

Humans started to inhabit the Grand Canyon around 2000 BC, and the area has had visitors and settlers ever since. Part of that history includes several Native American tribes, in particular, the ...  Read more

Grand Canyon Sunset Deluxe Helicopter Tour with Landing & Free Limo Upgrade

By charley , USA, May 2014

This is a breath taking tour and can be romantic. We love this tour, the canyon views and then coming back into Las Vegas with sunset was out of this world. To fly is the way to see the wonderful ...  Read more

Sky Walk + Sundance Helicopter flight

By Maria , Canada, June 2011

The kids love it. The trip was fabulous and our helicopter pilot Ryan was doing a good job apart from taking us to Grand Canyon. Nevertheless, it would be great if we could stay at Eagle Point for ...  Read more

The Grand Canyon: East Rim Drive

By Natalie Grant , USA, February 2013

Most people who visit the Grand Canyon head to the popular South Rim (but the North Rim , which is slightly colder and harder to access, has its upsides, too). If you come into the canyon ...  Read more

Grand Canyon West

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

Unlike the famous South Rim and atmospheric North Rim , Grand Canyon West is not part of the Grand Canyon National Park —in fact, it’s five hours away and is owned and operated by the ...  Read more

How to Spend Three Days in the Grand Canyon

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

If you have several days in which to explore the Grand Canyon and you’re not sure how to divide your time, the best thing to do is to pick your ideal outdoor activity and plan around that ...  Read more

Visiting the Grand Canyon from Reno

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

Although it’s more than a 12-hour drive from Reno, Nevada down to the Grand Canyon in Arizona , the trip will give you more than a few memorable slices of the scenery, culture, and sights of ...  Read more

Tips for Hiking the Grand Canyon

By Natalie Grant , USA, December 2012

Whether you want to hike to the Colorado River on foot, get that perfect photo of yourself at one of the staggering rim viewpoints, or just work yourself into a good sweat, the Grand Canyon ,  ...  Read more

The Grand Canyon in Winter

By Natalie Grant , USA, December 2012

If you haven’t yet visited the Grand Canyon in Arizona, or if you’re planning on visiting again, don’t count out the winter months! There are many benefits, such as fewer people, reduced prices, and ...  Read more

Grand Canyon: The South Rim

By Natalie Grant , USA, December 2012

Although people tend to think of the Grand Canyon as a single location, it’s actually divided into North and South, with slightly different hikes, weather, and experiences to offer. About 20 ...  Read more

Where to Stay Near the Grand Canyon

By Natalie Grant , USA, October 2012

With no shortage of visitors, the Grand Canyon has no shortage of accommodation options. Staying relatively close to your early morning departure point (if going on a tour or guided trip) saves ...  Read more

Riding a Mule to the Bottom of the Grand Canyon

By Natalie Grant , USA, October 2012

There are many reasons why a Grand Canyon visitor might choose to ride a mule down the trails. The altitude is 7,000 ft (2,100 m) above sea level, making overly strenuous climbs even more of a ...  Read more

Autumn in the Grand Canyon

By Natalie Grant , USA, October 2012

The Grand Canyon is appealing year-round, but the main benefit of visiting during the autumn season is that summer crowds have started to dwindle—and the wettest month of the year (August) has ...  Read more

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