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Grand Canyon: Off-Road Sunset Safari with Skip-the-Gate Tour

1. Grand Canyon: Off-Road Sunset Safari with Skip-the-Gate Tour

Enjoy a tour of the Grand Canyon National Park with skip-the-gate tickets. Witness breathtaking sunset views, venture down forest paths on a 4x4, and travel to the Canyon's edge with your experienced guide. Start your tour hassle-free with skip-the-gate admission that allows you to bypass the usual long lines. With your guide and driver, venture off-road down historic stagecoach trails through the Kaibab Forest in search of elk, deer, and turkey en route to the Canyon’s edge. Once you arrive, witness one of the world’s most magnificent vistas – sunset at the Grand Canyon. Follow your local guide as they lead you to viewpoints along the Canyon’s edge while describing geologic formations, inner canyon trails, and the Colorado River. Your tour will culminate in the best spot to catch the sunset from the spectacular Grandview Point where the fading sunlight turns the Canyon into a kaleidoscope of colors.

Grand Canyon: Morning Off-Road Safari with Skip the Gate

2. Grand Canyon: Morning Off-Road Safari with Skip the Gate

Enjoy a hassle-free trip to one of the 7 wonders of the world with skip-the-gate tickets and a morning tour with an experienced guide. See sights like Yavapai Point, Yavapai Point Museum, the Grand Canyon, and travel through the Kaibab National Forest on a 4x4. Explore the Kaibab National Forest on board an exciting 4x4 vehicle and look for all types of wildlife like elk, deer, bobcats, turkeys, and hawks before strolling along the rim of the Grand Canyon. Take a 90 minute guided walk along the rim of the Grand Canyon and learn about the fascinating history, geology, and local folklore of the region from your experienced guide. Enter the historic Grand Canyon Village and be ready for a walking tour. Visit the El Tovar Hotel, Lookout and Kolb Studios, Buckey O’Neill’s Cabin, Hopi House, and Bright Angel Lodge. Head to Yavapai Point and the Yavapai Point Museum before boarding your 4x4 and returning to the starting point.

From Tusayan: Hermits Rest Hike & Jeep Tour of Grand Canyon

3. From Tusayan: Hermits Rest Hike & Jeep Tour of Grand Canyon

Take a fully narrated adventure to Yavapai Point, the historic Grand Canyon Village, and Hermits Rest. Your first stop will be Yavapai Point, which offers the largest geological exposure of rock layers. The rim to river views are spectacular here. Take in views of Phantom Ranch, South Kaibab, and Bright Angel Trails.  Next stop at El Tovar, Hopi House, and the historic Grand Canyon Village. Then, drive to Hermits Rest and absorb the most scenic view of the Grand Canyon as you go. Your expert guide will take you down below the rim to view authentic fossil beds along the way. On your hike, delight in the breathtaking view of the Hermit Rapids from the rim as well as notables sights in the canyon such as the former Hermit Camp. You will also receive a ticket to the IMAX movie, “The Hidden Secrets,” with your tour.

Shuttle Between Grand Canyon South Rim and Page-Lake Powell

4. Shuttle Between Grand Canyon South Rim and Page-Lake Powell

Convenient shuttle service between Grand Canyon National Park, South Rim, to Page, Arizona. Page is home to Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell, and Tower Butte. Don’t Miss These Amazing Things to See and Do Around Page, AZ A trip to Page, AZ provides incredible opportunities to visit the areas magnificent landscape. The biggest draw is Antelope Canyon with its unique Navajo Sandstone caused over years of flash floods that have created almost artwork with the erosion the water created. Definitely, a must-see and bring your camera! Lake Powell created by the building of the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River back in in the 1950s. Time to cool off in the Lake or get a boat and explore! Another “must-see” is Horseshoe Bend, a perfect place for the perfect shot. Overlooking ledges that the brave can venture out on to (at their own risk!) for incredible photos of the Colorado River as it navigates the rock structure forming the famous horseshoe shape. Not too far away is the beautiful Rainbow Bridge, aptly named as its’s the world’s highest natural bridge. In addition, the wonders that await the visitor there are numerous activities to be found that include many watersports including kayaking and why not discover the trails on horseback. Page is the perfect hub for your adventurous side!

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What people are saying about Grand Canyon Village

The tour was very nice. Our guide, Werner, was very kind and informative. He is the reason the tour was enjoyable. We got to go to place that we wouldn’t have otherwise been able to go. Thanks for an enjoyable time, Werner!

Our guide was Nate. He was great. The Grand Canyon was awesome and he made it very interesting with his stories and information he shared. I would recommend the tour to everyone and ask for Nate.

Werner was fantastic! We unfortunately had the sunset tour on the second day it rained this year but it was a wonderful experience and an amazing sunset as the rain stopped.

The guide was very informative it was very cool the sites were unbelievable and the trip was awesome

Sheila was great! Loved all the history and information about the Grand Canyon!