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Grand Canyon and More 3 day tour Tour

Explorer Family Sightseeing

Grand Canyon and More 3 day tour

"Excellent, well organised tour. A wonderful trip, made better by having a good tour guide." FC, traveled in May 2024
  • 5% deposit on some dates

Sedona, Monument Valley & Antelope Canyon – 3 days Tour

Explorer Family Sightseeing Christmas & New Year +1

Sedona, Monument Valley & Antelope Canyon – 3 days

"We felt didn't have enough time to visit the aerospace museum properly. Also, there was no time/plan to have some time to buy some souvenirs." Bruno, traveled in February 2024

Western Deserts – 3 days Tour

Explorer Family Cultural Photography Sightseeing +2

Western Deserts – 3 days

"His knowledge and passion about the National parks and his service was second to none. Very kind and he made our trip such an unforgettable one." David, traveled in October 2023

Incredible Canyons of the West Experience 3D/2N (from Las Vegas) Tour

Incredible Canyons of the West Experience 3D/2N (from Las Vegas)

"Otherwise we enjoyed the trip." Darlene, traveled in April 2019
  • 10% deposit on some dates

Sedona, Monument Valley & Antelope Canyon Experience 3D/2N (from Las Vegas) Tour

Sedona, Monument Valley & Antelope Canyon Experience 3D/2N (from Las Vegas)

"The group was very well organised, and Saya and Reberto did a tremendous job leading us." Sally, traveled in August 2018

National Parks Winter Tour Tour

National Parks Winter Tour

"The absolute highlight of this trip was Antelope Canyon. It was magical beyond words." Stacy, traveled in April 2024

Journeys: Discover American Canyonlands National Geographic Journeys Tour

Explorer Mountain Hikes Sightseeing +1

Journeys: Discover American Canyonlands National Geographic Journeys

"Matthew was a great ambassador for the Tour Operator, and we would definitely take another tour/trip with him." Charles, traveled in June 2023

Grand Canyon Express - 3 days Tour

Grand Canyon Express - 3 days

Special Las Vegas with Grand Canyon Tour

Special Las Vegas with Grand Canyon

Western Classics Tour

Explorer Family Coach / Bus Sightseeing Christmas & New Year +2

Western Classics

Canyon Country Adventure Tour

Explorer Family Wildlife Sightseeing +1

Canyon Country Adventure

"The tour, and the tour director (Peter V) were excellent!" Theresa, traveled in September 2023

USA - Las Vegas, Sedona & the Monument Valley Tour

USA - Las Vegas, Sedona & the Monument Valley

USA - Sedona, Monument Valley & Antelope Canyon Tour

USA - Sedona, Monument Valley & Antelope Canyon

Canyon Country Showcase (7 Days, Las Vegas Airport And Post Trip Hotel Transfer) Tour

Explorer Family Sightseeing Historical +1

Canyon Country Showcase (7 Days, Las Vegas Airport And Post Trip Hotel Transfer)

America\'s Magnificent National Parks (Classic, End Rapid City, 15 Days, Custer To Rapid City Included Departure Transfer) Tour

Explorer Family Mountain Hikes Historical +2

America's Magnificent National Parks (Classic, End Rapid City, 15 Days, Custer To Rapid City Included Departure Transfer)

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Fabulous! I just returned from Bindlestiff's Grand Canyon & more 3 day tour. It was Fabulous! It provided a well-planned itinerary of fascinating places (Zion National Park, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon (optional & a must!), Monument Valley & the Grand Canyon. We were a perfect size group of twelve international travelers in a comfy van plus our delightful Tour Guide, Jade. We had enough time to immerse ourselves in each location and enjoy each experience. When on the road, Jade played upbeat themed music, weaved interested facts into a story and allowed quiet snooze time; plus the rest stops were well-spaced. On the first day we actually were in 3 states!!! Jade's yummy restaurant selections served the needs of each of the travelers' dietary requirements and the overnight accommodations were clean, comfortable & provided a nourishing breakfast. A special shout-out to Jade for her ability to ""herd cats"" while being attentive to each traveler's personal needs. She engaged with each of us in conversation and was delightful with a good sense of humor. A warm Thank You to Jade and Bindlestiff Tours!!!
Tour guide a great humanist able to reach out to all, domestic and foreign, to first form individual friendships that then led collectively to group bonding to experience nature's wonders. All members of our group became friends sharing the influence of our guide who understands human nature the way God would have it.
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"Fabulous! I just returned from Bindlestiff's Grand Canyon & more 3 day tour. It was Fabulous! It provided a well-planned itinerary of fascinating places (Zion National Park, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon (optional & a must!), Monument Valley & the Grand Canyon. We were a perfect size group of twelve international travelers in a comfy van plus our delightful Tour Guide, Jade. We had enough time to immerse ourselves in each location and enjoy each experience. When on the road, Jade played upbeat themed music, weaved interested facts into a story and allowed quiet snooze time; plus the rest stops were well-spaced. On the first day we actually were in 3 states!!! Jade's yummy restaurant selections served the needs of each of the travelers' dietary requirements and the overnight accommodations were clean, comfortable & provided a nourishing breakfast. A special shout-out to Jade for her ability to ""herd cats"" while being attentive to each traveler's personal needs. She engaged with each of us in conversation and was delightful with a good sense of humor. A warm Thank You to Jade and Bindlestiff Tours!!!

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"Overall, the tour was very fun and we'll put together. The tour guides were all friendly, and seemed to work well as a team. Accomodations were not bad, but there were better options directly adjacent. Food options were pretty much all fast food, which makes sense for the tour concept. However, dinner options could have been a bit better. We really would have appreciated a little more hiking and exploring time, and a couple of the guides did the best to accommodate that. However, 20 minute stops are just not enough time to get "out and experience" the areas.

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TAUCK EXCLUSIVE – Hear insider stories about the national parks during filmed narratives by filmmakers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan

TAUCK EXCLUSIVE – Champagne welcome & private yacht dinner cruise on stunning Lake Powell

Inside-the-park accommodations at three national parks – Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion

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Flightseeing over Lake Powell and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Insights into the Grand Canyon's ecology from a geology expert

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Guests should be able to easily walk one to two miles, which may include climbing one or two flights of stairs and walking over uneven pavement, groomed hiking trails or cobblestones. Standing up to one hour or more may be required.

Moderately paced, and may include some early morning hotel departures, one or two on-tour flights, and extended motor coach travel.

Legendary Journeys and Adventures

Dreamers, visionaries, and unsung heroes shaped the preservation of three great national parks of the American West – Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion – so all who came after would experience their magnificence and relish the moment... 

Four seasons resort scottsdale at troon north, see more pictures in our photo journal, tauck photo journal.

Our Photo Journal offers an authentic glimpse into the moments that make this Tauck journey unique and unforgettable.

Inside-the-park stays in the national parks

Days 2, 5 and 6

Experience the great national parks of the West at inside-the-park lodges

Experience the great national parks of the West as a true insider, exploring from sought-after, classic national park lodges (several on the National Register of Historic Places) inside the hearts of Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks. Kachina Lodge in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona; The Lodge at Bryce Canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah; and Zion Lodge in Zion National Park, Utah – authentic, rustic and perfectly located – are often sold out a year in advance. (Exception dates do apply; see specific tour departure date for more information.)

Flightseeing Lake Powell and Monument Valley

Explore three national parks on one journey, tauck exclusive – champagne cruise on lake powell, private cruising on lake powell.

When Charlton Heston and fellow astronauts crash land in the 1960s movie "Planet of the Apes," the filming location was the stunning blue waters of Lake Powell… although Heston's character guesses that they are "light years from Earth on an unnamed planet." Man-made Lake Powell was created by the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River – and it boasts crystal-clear waters, red-rock grottoes, waterfalls and secluded beaches. Enjoy a private dinner cruise under the stars aboard the yacht Canyon Princess… toasting the canyons with a glass of champagne... as well as a day cruise to discover one of named-planet Earth's great landscapes.

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America's Canyonlands begins and ends in the U.S.

Real ID Act - Effective May 7, 2025

Beginning in May 2025, some state IDs will no longer permit you to board a domestic flight. Currently, some states are compliant, some have received extensions, and some are not compliant.  Click here  to see the status of your state. If your state license is not compliant, you can use a passport in lieu of a valid state ID. 

Please Note:  The federal government has extended the deadline to May 7, 2025 for domestic airline passengers to secure a Real ID driver's license for use as identification at the airport. Travelers without a verified license or ID card will also have the option of showing other identity documents, such as a passport or military ID to board a plane.

If you are a citizen of another country traveling internationally,   you should contact an embassy or consulate of the U.S. to determine what travel documentation is necessary. You may also log on to the U.S. State Department's Internet site by clicking  here.

If you are traveling by air to join and/or depart from this tour within the U.S ., please read the section entitled Airline Security Measures under Additional Information to determine what travel documentation is required.

If you are a citizen of the U.S. or Canada who travels frequently between the two countries , you may benefit from the NEXUS program, which is a joint initiative between the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency and the Canada Border Services Agency that allows pre-screened and approved travelers faster processing at designated highway lanes in high-volume border crossing locations, at a NEXUS kiosk at several airports, and at certain marine reporting locations in the Great Lakes and Seattle regions. For further information, you may log on to the Nexus Internet website by clicking here . Please note that longer stays abroad for any purpose may require additional travel documentation.

We recommend that you make at least two photocopies of all the travel documents that you bring with you. Include copies of the photo page of your passport that contains the date of issuance, the date of expiration and your citizenship. Secure one set of copies in the safe in your room while traveling and leave one set behind with someone at home who will assist you in the event your documents are misplaced, lost or stolen.

To facilitate Travel Requirements, destinations are increasingly utilizing online forms that require digital proof that you've successfully completed your submission (via an email, QR code, etc.) To ensure smooth travels and peace of mind, we strongly recommend all guests carry a personal smart phone and sign up for international data plans before traveling overseas.

Note: For activities marked with an asterisk (*) in day-by-day descriptions, participation is at your own risk; a signed liability waiver will be required.

TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN AS A GUARDIAN: If you are traveling as the guardian of a child/children, we strongly suggest that you carry a letter from both parents of the child authorizing emergency treatment in the event of illness or accident. For travel abroad, many foreign countries have specific entry requirements for children under 21 who are traveling internationally without BOTH parents. (These requirements are in response to the increased incidence of children being abducted and taken abroad.) PLEASE NOTE THAT TAUCK IS NOT RESPONSIBLE for the disruption of travel caused by improper documentation for children traveling without both parents.

How to Book a Tour

See your travel advisor, or call Tauck at 800-468-2825 to make a reservation.

At the time of booking, please have the following information ready for all members of your party:

  • Tour Name and Departure Date
  • Traveler's Name: First and last names as they appear on your passport or driver's license
  • Traveler's Address(es)
  • Email Address*
  • Traveler's Phone Number(s)*
  • Emergency Contact Information: Please provide the name and phone number  of a relative or friend (not travelling with you) whom we could contact during the tour in the unlikely event of an emergency
  • Interest in purchasing a travel protection plan (US and Canada)
  • Interest in extending your trip by staying in a Tauck recommended hotel before your trip begins or after it ends
  • Interest in our specially negotiated airfares

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Deposit & Final Payment

The deposit and the fees for the optional Protection Plan or Cancel Fee Waiver [CFW] coverage are due at time of booking.

The deposit amount is $350 per person

Final Payment:

Final Payment is due to Tauck 90 days before departure for lands trips, and 120 days before departure for cruises and rail journeys. If your deposit was made by credit card, final payment will be automatic unless you opted out at time of booking. Bookings without full payment at this time may be subject to cancellation without notice. Failure to make payment will be a considered a cancellation by the guest and all applicable cancellation fees will apply.

Travel Protection Plan

Effective for plans purchased as of July 1, 2021:

Cancellation Waiver – Provided by Tauck:

Under Tauck's Cancellation Fee Waiver you can cancel your tour for ANY REASON up to the day before departure and receive a money-back refund (except in Extreme Circumstances*) on the land tour cost, based on your original method of payment.

*Extreme Circumstances:  In the event of an act of God, war (whether declared or undeclared), terrorism, accident, natural disaster, outbreak of disease, or other event or circumstance beyond our control that contributes to or results in cancellation rates above our historical cancellation rates in the absence of such event or occurrence, Tauck reserves the right to issue a credit to you in lieu of a money-back refund, applicable to a future Tauck journey.

Travel Insurance Benefits – Underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company.

  • Trip Cancellation –  If you must cancel your tour due to a covered reason, the plan provides coverage for the amount you paid for your travel arrangements. Since the non-insurance cancellation waiver takes care of the land package cancellation fees already, this benefit reimburses the airfare cancellation charges up to the value of your original airfare purchase.
  • Trip Interruption –  If you have to interrupt your tour for covered reasons, the plan provides reimbursement for up to $5,000 to catch up to your tour or return home.
  • Travel Delay –  Provides reimbursement for missed, prepaid travel arrangements if you are delayed by a common carrier, natural disaster, unannounced strike, or other reasons as cited in the plan.
  • Medical Expense –  Reimburses covered medical expenses incurred in the event you become injured or sick during your trip. 
  • Baggage / Personal Effects Protection –  Provides reimbursement in the event your luggage or personal effects are, lost, stolen, damaged or delayed during your trip.

Worldwide Emergency Assistance Services –  Provided by Carefree Travel Assistance; 24-hour emergency telephone assistance hotline for medical and travel related problems.

The cost of Tauck's Guest Protection is: $349  per person

This protection provides insurance coverage that applies only during the covered trip. You may have coverage from other sources that provides you with similar benefits but may be subject to different restrictions depending upon your other coverages. You may wish to compare the terms of this policy with your existing life, health, home and automobile policies. If you have any questions about your current coverage, call your insurer, insurance agent or broker.

This optional Guest Protection must be requested at time of booking and fee must be included with initial payment. Fees are based on costs as of July 1, 2021, and are subject to change. Details will be provided with written confirmation of your tour reservation. Guest Protection does not protect travel agent commissions. Reimbursements will be made according to original method of payment. The amount of any refund shall be reduced by any recoveries obtained by you from any third parties.

The Guest Protection plan waives cancellation fees outlined below, provided we are notified of cancellation before your tour departs. Tour cancellation fees are waived regardless of reason, without written notice, and Tauck will refund land tour cost.

To obtain your state-specific Certificate of Insurance that contains the complete terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of the certificate, visit  affinitytravelcert.com/docs/TACGPPDOM .

If You Have To Cancel

If you cancel within 10 days of initial deposit Within the first 10 days after you place your initial deposit, you may cancel your reservation for any reason with no cancellation fees. If you cancel more than 10 days after initial deposit Regardless of reason, cancellations result in costly charges from our travel and hotel providers covering penalties and fees incurred by canceling confirmed bookings. These fees vary from tour to tour. Therefore, the following fees apply.

Cancellation Fees with Tauck's Guest Protection Plan:

Loss of Guest Protection fee, per person

Cancellation Fees without Tauck's Guest Protection Plan :

90 days or more before departure = $350 per person

89-8 days before departure = $600 per person

7-1 days before departure = $900 per person

Time of cancellation  will be when notice is received in our Wilton Woods, CT office.

In the event of an unforeseen circumstance beyond our control,  Tauck reserves the right to amend the cancellation terms outlined herein.

Note:  All Guests, regardless of residency, who book a Tauck journey have the option of purchasing the Cancellation Fee Waiver provided by Tauck in the event they need to cancel their trip after making their reservations. Tauck's Guest Protection, which includes both the Cancellation Fee Waiver and the Travel Insurance Benefits and Assistance Services described above, is not available to residents of Puerto Rico.

Travel Terms and Conditions

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Travel Requirements For This Tour

Air Information and Luggage Restrictions

AIRFARE: Airfare to and from this destination is not included in the journey cost. If purchasing your air elsewhere, it is very important to provide us with your confirmed arriving and departing flight information no later than 3 weeks before your arrival date. Flight information can be submitted to Tauck (or verified, if you've already provided it) in the My Account section of Tauck.com.

TAUCK AIRPORT TRANSFERS are included at the start and end of the journey between the airport and the Tauck hotel. Airport transfers are available for any pre tour or post tour hotel stays immediately consecutive to the tour, providing flight information is received in the Tauck office no later than three weeks in advance. Details on locating your transfer upon arrival to the tour start city will be included in your final documents.

AIRLINES and CHECKED LUGGAGE: Due to space limitations during your Tauck journey, we ask that you please limit your checked luggage to one average-size suitcase per person. Besides complying with the Tauck restriction noted above, you should also be sure to research and comply with all airline baggage restrictions relating to your flights to and from your Tauck journey. Airlines have become much more strict in enforcing size and weight limits in recent years, and are free to revise luggage policies without notice. Researching and complying with airline luggage restrictions is the responsibility of the guest, and Tauck cannot be held responsible for any costs or disruptions to travel caused by the failure to research and comply with airline policies. PLEASE NOTE that if you are booked on a tour that includes on-tour flights, the checked luggage weight restrictions for these flights may be lower than the weight restrictions for your other flights.

Checked Luggage – General

Due to space restrictions, we ask that you please limit your checked luggage to one suitcase per person weighing no more than 50 pounds (23 kg) and with overall dimensions (length + width + height) not exceeding 62 inches (158 cm).

Besides complying with the Tauck restriction noted above, you should also be sure to research and comply with all airline baggage restrictions relating to your flights to and from your Tauck journey. Airlines have become much more strict in enforcing size and weight limits in recent years, and luggage exceeding airline standards for size or weight may result in expensive overage fees or other consequences.

Airlines are free to revise luggage policies without notice, and certain airlines have different baggage allowances for different classes of service. Researching and complying with airline luggage restrictions is the responsibility of the guest, and Tauck cannot be held responsible for any costs or disruptions to travel caused by the failure to research and comply with airline policies.

Tauck luggage tags will be provided by your Tauck Director on Day 1 of your itinerary. Please do not attach a Tauck luggage tag to any carry-on items, as the Tauck tags designate luggage that is to be handled and transferred by ground operators and hotel staff during your journey.

Carry-on Luggage - General

Although oversize bags and wheeled, carry-on luggage are popular for airline travel, they are often not convenient or appropriate for motor coach travel or for many on-tour flights. Most modern sightseeing motor coaches offer limited space for numerous or larger items. Space under seats or in the overhead rack is typically small, and designed to accommodate items like coats, hats, purses, and small camera bags, etc.

For your day-to-day travel while on tour, we recommend that you limit your hand luggage to a small, soft-sided carry-on piece, and that you bring only those items you need handy during the day such as make-up, medications, cameras, film, etc. Items too large to fit under the motor coach seat or on the overhead rack must be stored in the luggage bays beneath the motor coach, and may be inaccessible during daytime travel.

Health, Safety and Mobility

HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

Please check with your health insurance provider to determine whether you are covered while traveling. If you will not be covered under your current policy, we strongly suggest that you arrange for adequate coverage while on tour.

While drinking water is generally safe at all our hotels, bottled water will be available wherever the local water is not fit to drink. We also provide bottled water on the motor coaches.

If you have a medical condition that might limit your participation in activities, please consult your physician for pre-departure health advice and notify us as soon as possible, if you have not already done so. We will advise your Tauck Director accordingly. 

The very active America's Canyonlands journey across 866 miles (1,393 km) leads you from the southwestern U.S. high desert to the mountain heights of the U.S. national parks. To enjoy this tour, you should be in good health and able to walk reasonable distances, often over unpaved and uneven surfaces. Some of the most memorable sightseeing can only be accomplished on foot. The amount of walking you do, however, is at your discretion.

Some of the excursions on this tour are:

  • A 2½ hour float trip on the Colorado River using a 22-foot (6.7 meter) pontoon raft that carries 15 passengers over 15 miles.
  • A private Lake Powell dinner cruise aboard the double-decked yacht Canyon Princess .
  • A flight-seeing adventure over Lake Powell and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (and another optional adventure to Monument Valley) in an 18-seater twin-Otter aircraft or single engine 4-or 5-seater Cessna. The planes are not pressurized and there is no oxygen on board. Since they fly at less than 10,000 feet (3,048 meters), most guests experience no problem.

Children under 4 years of age are not permitted on the float trip; children under 11 years of age must wear life jackets on the raft.

Although the hotels and lodges do have rooms that are handicap accessible, if you are traveling with a wheelchair or portable oxygen, Tauck strongly recommends that you consult with your physician to determine whether this tour is appropriate for you.

Strenuous exercise at high elevations should be avoided.

PLEASE NOTE: We regret that we're unable to provide individual assistance to guests with walking difficulties or other personal needs. The responsibility of the Tauck Director who accompanies your trip is to ensure that the larger group enjoys a relaxing and informative journey, and he or she cannot be relied upon to provide ongoing individual assistance to any one guest. Guests requiring such individualized assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion who can provide it.

SPECIAL DIETARY REQUESTS

The restaurants, hotels, caterers and numerous other partners we work with all do their best to accommodate special dietary requests from Tauck guests. However, given the diverse nature of those food providers (from small wineries to grand hotels to world-famous restaurants in more than 70 countries worldwide), some of our partners are better able than others to accommodate such requests. We therefore cannot guarantee that all dietary requests can be accommodated at every meal. Also, please note that where dietary requests can be accommodated, choices will frequently be limited.

Reading List

We have compiled a reading list of recommended books to give you more information about the destinations you will be traveling to on your upcoming journey!

You can view the reading list  here.

In Phoenix, the sun shines more than 330 days a year. From May through September, temperatures routinely exceed 100°F (38°C). Short-lived, late-day thunderstorms, often accompanied by high winds, occur from July through mid-September. In Bryce Canyon, spring and fall weather is highly variable often with days of strong sun, wind and moderate temperatures. Las Vegas is located in the Mojave Desert and the weather in the spring and fall is sunny, warm and dry. To read about current weather conditions, we suggest you log on to the Internet website, noaa.gov , by clicking here .

What To Pack

Bringing the right clothing for your trip is important – we've partnered with Necessary Gear who provide an "easy-to-use, one-stop shop" for your Tauck travel needs, specifically selected for this trip. Click here to visit their site .

The weather you will encounter on this journey ranges from hot and dry in Arizona and Nevada to cool and dry at the higher elevations in the national parks. Your journey is designed with leisure in mind. Dress for comfort and convenience with a wardrobe that is adaptable and allows for layering. Generally, during the day, casual, comfortable, cotton clothing is recommended. Cool weather at higher elevations or at night will require warmer, layered clothing. For the welcome and farewell receptions, casual resort wear is appropriate; formal wear is never required.

We recommend that you pack an adequate supply of your prescription medication in its original container to last through your entire journey, together with a copy of your doctor's prescription, or a letter from your health-care provider on office stationery explaining that the medication has been prescribed for you, your travel documents and a change of clothing in your carry-on bag to avoid any inconvenience in the event that your flight or luggage is delayed.

Following is a list of recommended items to pack for your tour of America's Canyonlands :

  • Casual daytime wear – shorts, slacks, long and short-sleeved shirts
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen, hat
  • A light sweater or jacket for higher elevations or a breezy night
  • Windbreaker for the raft trip
  • A small flashlight
  • Insect repellent
  • Camera, lenses, batteries, memory cards and chargers
  • Telephoto lens
  • Backpack or belt-pack
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Lightweight, comfortable, sturdy walking shoes that have already been broken-in
  • Travel alarm clock/cell phone with alarm function (many hotels do not have clocks in rooms)
  • Rain poncho and collapsible umbrella
  • Reusable zipper-lock bags or other waterproof bags
  • Daypack for camera equipment
  • Sundries and toiletries that may be difficult to find en route
  • Copies of your travel documents that should be secured in the safe in your hotel room while traveling

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Exciting Adventure Tours in Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon or on the mighty Colorado River

Enjoy the views from a Hot Air Balloon, ride the trails in Las Vegas Valley, float down the Colorado River or zip down the Zipline at Lake Mead.

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Ground Tours via Bus, Luxury Van, Jeep, Train and Bike

See the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame, walk the rim at the spectacular Grand Canyon, be amazed at the modern engineering marvel of the Hoover Dam or tour the Las Vegas area.

Travel by air in Helicopter and Planes

Best views flying over the Hoover Dam or the Grand Canyon. Experience a thrill of a life time with a spectacular views while soaring below the rim of the Grand Canyon or over the Las Vegas Strip.

Popular Grand Canyon Tours

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Fun filled, same day round trip bus tour from Las Vegas to the South Rim Grand Canyon National Park.

Grand Canyon West Rim Bus

Experience the beauty of the rustic wilderness at Grand Canyon West operated by the Hualapai Indians.

Grand Canyon West Rim Bus and Skywalk

This same day round trip bus tour will provide you with stunning views of the Grand Canyon from the Skywalk.

Grand Canyon Deluxe Air

This 1 hour and 20 minutes aerial excursion deep into the Grand Canyon providing an extended tour.

Grand Canyon Air Tour with Landing

Flying to the Grand Canyon will take you over Lake Mead and Hoover Dam. The excitement rises as you descend deep into the canyon and land.

Popular Hoover Dam Tours

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Travel in style in a luxurious van to the Hoover Dam where you will discover the history of this great engineering feat.

Hoover Dam Premium Bus

Hoover Dam is a National Historic Landmark and the number one sightseeing attraction of people visiting Las Vegas.

Hoover Dam Adventure

Our newest Hoover Dam Tour offers folks the chance to see this Modern Marvel from top to bottom.

Hoover Dam and Lake Mead Cruise

Visit the Hoover Dam then take a scenic cruise on Lake Mead aboard the Desert Princess were lunch will be served.

Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon Air

Fly over the Grand Canyon one day then the next day see the Hoover Dam.

Las Vegas and Other Areas

Scenic drive from Las Vegas to Hollywood in style aboard our VIP van. See the famous "Hollywood" sign Walk of Fame.

Red Rock Canyon

The Red Rock Canyon is noted for its beautifully layered sandstone formations, unique rock formations and petrified sand dunes.

Red Rock Canyon Horseback Ride

The horseride is approximately 2 hours long, and the trail will take you along the rim of the canyon atop Fossil Ridge.

Hiking to the Hot Springs

Exciting travel through narrow slot canyons to the waters of the Colorado River with possible views of petroglyphs or big horn sheep.

Valley of Fire VIP

The Valley of Fire derives its name from the vibrant red sandstone formations and the stark beauty of the Mojave Desert.

We have over 30 years of experience in the travel industry and are here to serve you with all your Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Las Vegas sightseeing adventures!

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Grand Canyon Flights with Scenic Airlines!

Nearly a century ago, we chartered the first air tour over the magnificent Grand Canyon National Park. Today, nearly 300,000 passengers from around the world book our Grand Canyon air tours each year. Our company has grown to include Southwest destinations like Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and beyond. We provide a wide variety of air tours that are guaranteed to be both time and budget friendly. Experience sightseeing adventure at new heights when you join us on an airplane to the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, or any of our other spectacular destinations.

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With over so many tours to choose from, you may not know where to begin! See if you can find some travel inspiration from these air tour favorites that are and were popular amongst our million and counting passengers.

Planning to visit the Grand Canyon National Park? Discover even more incredible sights from the sky! The South Rim air tour features aerial sights of the magnificent canyon expanse as well as the Colorado River below you. A perfect day tour for any vacation.

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Departure: Grand Canyon National Park

Duration: 40 minutes

This scenic adventure includes an airplane tour over the canyon as well as a guided ground tour with Buck Wild Hummer Tours. Take flight from our South Rim terminal and soar over Dragon Corridor, Zuni Corridor, and pass Imperial Point as you head toward and the North Rim.

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

Take this Grand Canyon west rim tour from Las Vegas and discover the most unique views of the canyon from the air, land, and water! Fly to the West Rim where a helicopter will take you down to the canyon floor for a boat ride down the Colorado River. Ample time is provided to see the west rim views as well.

Departure: Las Vegas

Duration: 7 hours

If you’re planning to visit Las Vegas, set aside a day or even just a few hours in your vacation for a Grand Canyon air tour or a visit to our other incredible destinations. Take a look at some of our most popular Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas.

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With our Skywalk experience tour, walk on air and experience freedom like never before as you step onto the glass bridge suspended 4,000 feet above grand canyons west rim.

Duration: 7 Hours

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This Grand Canyon flight from Las Vegas offers passengers aerial views of the desert scenery en route to the South Rim of the national park. Upon landing, passengers will have ample time to shop, dine, and explore the various picture perfect lookout points.

Duration: 9.5 Hours

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Antelope Canyon is one of the world’s most famous natural destinations. This Las Vegas tour flies to Page, Arizona - home of this impressive canyon, and includes a guided tour into its depths. This air tour also flies over Horseshoe Bend, a famous region of the Colorado River.

Duration: 10-11 Hours

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The North Rim of the canyon is a secluded and serene area offering spectacular views. Avoid the crowds and trek off the beaten path or take a guided Polaris or ATV tour through the gorgeous wilderness.

Duration: 7.5 - 8 Hours

Scenic offers a variety of bus tours from Las Vegas. Check out our most in-demand bus tours below.

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Many visitors to Las Vegas - and even locals - do not realize the proximity of Hoover Dam to the Strip. This half-day trip offers bus transportation from the Las Vegas Strip to this world-famous piece of architecture, where passengers will then experience a guided tour through the dam’s interior and ample exploration time.

Duration: 4.5 Hours

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The West Rim features some of the most unique Grand Canyon lookout points and sightseeing opportunities. This bus tour transports passengers from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon West for a day long sightseeing adventure, including shuttle service to several famous areas of the West Rim.

Duration: 12 Hours

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This daylong adventure from the South Rim offers adventurers the most exciting way to explore the Grand Canyon - from the bottom! Float between the ancient canyon walls and even around the world-famous Horseshoe Bend, with time to dock the raft and swim. You’ll even see ancient petroglyphs hidden within the rock walls.

Duration: 12.5 Hours

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Travel from Las Vegas to the South Rim of the National Park via a luxury sightseeing motorcoach, with sights of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the Mojave Desert along the way. Upon arrival, passengers will have ample time to explore the canyon sights, eat, and shop before returning to the Las Vegas area.

Duration: 14 Hours

If you’re planning an adventure for a large group such as a family reunion or a company team building event, Scenic Airlines can arrange a fully customized sightseeing event for you! Our fleet can accommodate groups of any size and our reservations specialists are trained to organize even the most challenging schedules. Learn more about arranging your large group excursion to the Grand Canyon and beyond.

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Find answers for some of our most frequent inquiries. Read a full list of Frequently Asked Questions here.

Where are your terminals located?

We operate out of four air terminals, located in Boulder City, Nevada, at the South Rim (near the entrance to Grand Canyon National Park), the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, and in Page, Arizona. Visit our Why Scenic page for more information about our terminal locations.

Which days are tours available?

Most tours we offer operate year round. However, there are some tours that are seasonal, such as tours involving a lengthy raft duration or include an overnight stay at Bar 10 Ranch.

How do I book a tour with Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines?

We encourage our customers to book online to take advantage of our best pricing. You may also book by telephone at (702) 638-3300 .

Do you require identification or a passport to fly?

All passengers must present one valid government-issued form of identification.

Does the airline provide roundtrip shuttle service?

From the Las Vegas area, we provide complimentary shuttle service to and from most major hotels on the main part of the Strip, which encompasses the area between the Stratosphere and Mandalay Bay. We also pick up at most major hotels in the Downtown area. If you're staying on or near the Strip and we do not pick up at your particular hotel, we would attempt to pick you up at hotel closest to where you're staying. At the South Rim, we do not provide airport shuttle service as many area hotels are within 10 minutes' driving time. Some hotels in Tusayan offer airport shuttle service. Inside the park, taxi service is available 24 hours a day with prior arrangement. The fare from the park to Grand Canyon National Park Airport is approximately $5/person each way.

Are there any hidden fees or extra charges that I need to pay at check-in?

Absolutely not! The rate we quote you is the rate you pay. No guesswork, no unexpected taxes or fees.

We are honored to be recognized as the “ Best Airline/Charter ” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal's “Best of Las Vegas” 2022 Awards. Various companies entered over 400 categories on the “Best of Las Vegas” awards, and over 5.7 million votes were tallied!

Thank you to all for supporting us.

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The Grand Canyon is one of the most precious natural landmarks in the world. Are you prepared to leave a minimal impact when visiting? Read more about how you can do your part to ensure the environmental safety of this location.

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Camping aficionados, rejoice! Here is your comprehensive guide to camping at the national park and beyond!

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Part 1 in the Must-See Checklist series, this edition offers information on some of the most popular canyon viewpoints and local attractions at the South Rim.

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Las Vegas Grand Canyon Tours is a Grand Canyon tour company based in Las Vegas, Nevada operating online as CanyonTours.com.

We specialize in tours from the Las Vegas area to the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Death Valley, Valley of Fire, Red Rock and  Eldorado Canyon. We have a variety of tours, at the most affordable prices around.

We have over 20 years of experience in the touring and travel industry and look forward to serving you with all your touring adventures! We offer special group/corporate rates and custom tours. We feature the same tours the Las Vegas hotels and others offer at great internet rates!

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We are conveniently open 7 days a week from 6:00am -9:00pm Pacific Standard Time, making it convenient for you to contact us for any inquiries you have about one of our specialty tours.

Please feel free to contact us directly by e-mail at [email protected] or call us toll free at 866-21-VEGAS (1.866.218.3427) or local at 702-260-0796 with any questions, comments or to make your reservations.

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Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to assisting you in getting the best Las Vegas & Grand Canyon tour experience of a lifetime!

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Grand Canyon National Park tours & vacations

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'Grand' doesn’t cut it. Mind-blowing? That’s more like it. 

At 18 miles wide, 0.9 miles deep, and 277 miles long, nothing can ever prepare you for the vastness of the Grand Canyon. The views from the lookouts along the rim will take your breath away, but we like to go a little deeper — like hiking into the canyon depths and seeing the burnt-orange cliffs soar above you, falling asleep under spectacular night skies , and learning about the park's Indigenous history to connect with this ancient landscape. Make sure your camera's fully charged... you won't be able to put it down.

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Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

What is the Grand Canyon?

The Grand Canyon is one of the seven wonders of the world. It’s an 18-mile wide, 0.9 miles deep, and 277 miles long gorge carved by the Colorado River over 5-6 million years. Scientists estimate that humans have lived there since the last Ice Age.

How do I get to the Grand Canyon?

The closest airports to the Grand Canyon are Las Vegas and Phoenix, but you can also fly into Flagstaff (a one-hour drive from the South Rim) or Salt Lake City (about seven hours away by car). Public transport is limited, so the best option is to drive or join us on a tour.

Getting around the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon has a free shuttle bus around the South Rim. The shuttles take you to the best viewpoints which are inaccessible to private vehicles.

There is also a Trans-Canyon-Shuttle service between the North and South Rims between May and October.

Guided bus tours also operate in the park, as well as taxi services between the South Kaibab Trailhead, Grand Canyon Village and Tusayan/Airport.

When is the best time to visit the Grand Canyon?

The best time to visit the Grand Canyon in terms of weather and avoiding huge crowds is between March and May, and September through November.

During the peak season (June-August), thousands of tourists flock to the park for the summer vacation. That being said, all hiking trails and park facilities are open, so it's the best time to experience all the park has to offer. 

Temperatures drop in the winter and it snows in some areas, but it’s a great time to visit as there’s hardly anyone around and you’ll have the trails and views mostly to yourself.

What should I wear to the Grand Canyon?

No matter what season you visit the Grand Canyon, bring a sturdy pair of hiking boots or trainers with good grip, light and comfortable layers, a waterproof jacket, warm layers, a fleece, a sun hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Also, make sure you bring a reusable water bottle and plenty of snacks to refuel throughout the day.

What animals live in the Grand Canyon National Park?

Some animals you might encounter include desert bighorn sheep, deer, coyotes, mountain lions, mules, gray foxes and bears. There is also a diverse range of reptiles, amphibians and birds.

Can I use my mobile/cell phone in the Grand Canyon?

Your cell phone will probably have coverage near the park’s main tourist hubs, but there will be little or no coverage once you start hiking past the canyon rim.

Are Intrepid trips accessible for travellers with disabilities?

We are committed to making travel widely  accessible , regardless of ability or disability. We do our best to help you see the world, regardless of physical or mental limitations. 

We are always happy to talk to travellers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them toward the most suitable itinerary for their needs and, where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.

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DISCOVER GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK

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GRAND CANYON TOURS FOR EVERY TASTE

Get an added sense of perspective on the Grand Canyon’s history, and the plants and animals that make this such a special place. There are Grand Canyon tours for visitors of all stripes and each of them are great ways to see one of the wonders of the natural world up close.

How would you like to tour the Grand Canyon? Take your pick.

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Walk the Grand Canyon’s South Rim

Take in the beauty of the Grand Canyon at your own pace by walking the trail along the Canyon rim. Some portions of it are paved, while others are not. Some sections of the trail are part of a paved greenway, which is great if you want to bike as well.

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Self-Guided Desert View Activities

Embrace the Grand Canyon’s rich Native American culture with a trip to Desert View.

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Night Sky Talks

Calling all stargazers! Interested in seeing Jupiter and Mars under a cluster of stars? Join us for our free night sky events where you can view the pitch-black sky through telescopes and ask our hosts questions about the universe.

GRAND RIM ADVENTURES

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Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours

Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters is the largest and most experienced Grand Canyon helicopter tour company in the world. The company has been flying guests on daily tours since 1965.

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Canyon and River Adventures Rafting Tour

Experience the Grand Canyon from new perspectives on this thrilling Canyon and River Adventures Rafting Tour! Fly from the South Rim for aerial views of the East Rim and land in Page, Arizona. Explore the wonders of Lower Antelope Canyon with a Navajo guide. Then, go on a scenic 18-mile Colorado River rafting adventure through Glen Canyon, including a stop to view ancient petroglyphs. Operates April-September.

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Grand Canyon Coach and River Trip

This Grand Canyon Coach and River Trip whisks you on a scenic journey along the East Rim to Page, AZ. From there, start a relaxing 18-mile float trip down the Colorado River through Glen Canyon, passing the iconic Horseshoe Bend. Operates April – September.

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Grand Canyon Bus Tours

Take the stress out of navigating park roads! Experience a guided interpretive tour with a trained driver-guide. Hop on a bus, get comfortable, relax and enjoy stunning views of Hermits Rest and/or Desert View. Wheelchair-accessible coaches are available prior to arrangement.

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Grand Canyon Bike Tours

Take in the Grand Canyon at a slower pace and enjoy several scenic routes that are inaccessible by car. Cruise the awesome trails on the South Rim by bicycle.

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Grand Canyon Mule Rides

Take a memorable mule trip around the Grand Canyon, a time-honored sightseeing method. Offered on both the North and South Rims.

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Grand Canyon Guided Hikes

Take a guided day hike/walk led by park rangers on the North and South Rims. These tours are free and require no advanced sign-up.

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Grand Canyon Whitewater Rafting

Chase thrills as you white-water raft through the Canyon! These trips last from three days to three weeks and require advance reservations.

Grand Canyon Air Tours

View the South Rim of the Grand Canyon from high up above! All scenic air tours are based outside of Grand Canyon National Park.

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Grand Canyon Jeep Tours

Explore the Grand Canyon in style! Tour in a pink Jeep with an expert tour guide. You’ll get more out of your Canyon experience in the shortest amount of time.

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Buck Wild Hummer Tours

Embark on an exhilarating Hummer adventure through the Grand Canyon’s awe-inspiring landscapes, suitable for families, friends, and thrill-seekers alike!

Book direct with our friends at Buck Wild Hummer Tours through the Learn More button below.

WALK THE GRAND CANYON’S SOUTH RIM

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Walk to the South Rim From Yavapai Lodge

You can walk up the Greenway Trail directly from Yavapai Lodge to the Visitor Center, then pick up the Rim Trail. Another way to get to the Rim Trail is to use the trail that begins behind park headquarters. It brings you to a point on the rim that’s roughly halfway between Yavapai Point and Verkamp’s Visitor Center.

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Walk to the South Rim From Trailer Village® RV Park

Take the Greenway path system to the Visitor Center, then pick up the Rim Trail.

SELF-GUIDED DESERT VIEW ACTIVITIES

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Explore Desert View Watchtower

Designed by architect Mary Colter as an homage to the watchtowers built by the region’s ancestral Puebloan people, the Desert View Watchtower offers a commanding view of the Canyon. It also features murals painted by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie.

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Tour Tusayan Museum and Ruins

Three miles west of Desert View, the Tusayan Museum provides a rare window into the lives and culture of the Pueblo Indians, who lived in the area more than 800 years ago. Browse exhibits that feature pottery, arrowheads and household items. Take a walk amid the juniper and pines through the Tusayan Ruins, to get a true sense of perspective on how the ancient Puebloans lived in harmony with nature.

NIGHT SKY TALKS

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Join us for our FREE night sky events where you can view the Dark Sky through telescopes and ask our hosts questions about the stars. Each event includes a talk about the James Webb Space Telescope in the Yavapai Atrium, followed by a star-viewing party at the Market Plaza parking lot.

Upcoming Night Sky talks are scheduled for the following dates:

  • Wednesday, June 12: Talk at 7:30 PM, Star Party at 8:30 PM
  • Wednesday, July 24: Talk at 7:30 PM, Star Party at 8:30 PM
  • Wednesday, August 28: Talk at 7:00 PM, Star Party at 8:00 PM
  • Wednesday, September 11: Talk at 6:30 PM, Star Party at 7:30 PM
  • Wednesday, October 9: Talk at 6:00 PM, Star Party at 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday, November 19: Talk at 6:00 PM, Star Party at 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday, December 3: Talk at 6:00 PM, Star Party at 7:00 PM

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Our Guest Astronomers

Mary Lara NASA Solar System Ambassador, Mary Lara is a retired elementary school teacher. She works part-time as coordinator of the American Indian Movement Educational Resources (AIMER) program for the NAU/NASA Space Grant.

Ed Anderson Astronomer Ed Anderson manages the campus observatory and research computing systems at the Department of Astronomy & Planetary Science at Northern Arizona University. He is also a staff astronomer for the National Undergraduate Research Observatory (NURO).

Frequently Asked Questions

This is the southern edge of the Grand Canyon, open year round as opposed to the seasonal North Rim, with the most iconic views including the historic Grand Canyon Village.

The west rim is home to the Skywalk and the Hualapai Tribe. This area is not the Grand Canyon National Park. It offers amazing day tours convenient from Las Vegas.

Tusayan is a small town located at the South Rim entrance to the national park…home to the Squire Resort at The Grand Canyon, BW Signature Collection

Typically we are part of a larger southwestern itinerary. Phoenix and Las Vegas are the major airports leading to the canyon. The drive from either location is incredibly scenic …with Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon leading up from Phoenix and the Hoover Dam and Route 66 along the way from Vegas.

Driving distances are great in the Southwest. While the next closest cities to the canyon, Williams and Flagstaff, are only some 70 miles away, it can often take an additional hour or more to get through the park entrance. You’ll want to make the most of both sunrise and sunset by staying close.

At 7000 ft (2100 m) we do get winter. Additionally, the high desert always has at least a 30F degree (15C) difference between night and day. Always pack layers, especially a windbreaker. Sunset is amazing and with sunny days come starry nights! Be prepared!

The canyon is entirely within Arizona. However, Arizona does not practice Daylight Saving…so although we are listed as MST during the summer months we are at PST. All tribal nations within the state do practice Daylight Saving…so be sure to check the time when traveling throughout the region in the summer months.

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At the one-of-a-kind Grand Canyon National Park, the opportunities to explore are endless. Plan your adventure today.

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Helicopter Tour of the North Canyon with Optional Hummer Excursion

Helicopter Tour of the North Canyon with Optional Hummer Excursion

The Grand Canyon is undoubtedly beautiful, but this helicopter tour of the iconic canyon elevates the views to a whole new level. Soar over Kaibab National Forest and into the Dragon Corridor—the deepest and widest part of the canyon. Upgrade your tour to include a Hummer tour of other essential Grand Canyon sights after the ride; your car is waiting for you for a seamless transition.

  • Grand Canyon North Rim helicopter tour
  • Bring your camera for unbeatable views of the canyon
  • A memorable travel experience great for first-time and return visitors alike
  • Upgrade to include a Hummer tour after the helicopter ride

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Grand Canyon South Rim Tour from Phoenix & Scottsdale

Grand Canyon South Rim Tour from Phoenix & Scottsdale

Marvel at the beauty that is the South Rim during this Grand Canyon Tour from Phoenix & Scottsdale. Highlights include a day trip to visit Arizona’s breathtaking Grand Canyon National Park, a scenic drive with views of the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff, and several viewpoints at the spectacular Grand Canyon South Rim. Optional "Colors & Canyons" 45-minute helicopter upgrade available.

Professionally Guided | Hotel Pickup | All Fees Included | Family-Friendly | Private Tours Available | Custom Options Available | Leaves from Phoenix/Scottsdale

Canyon Dave Tours

Canyon Dave Tours

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Grand Canyon South Rim Tour from Phoenix & Scottsdale with Sedona

Grand Canyon South Rim Tour from Phoenix & Scottsdale with Sedona

Leaves from Phoenix/Scottsdale | Family-Friendly | Hotel Pickup | Professionally Guided | All Fees Included

North & East Rim Imperial with Ecostar Family Flight

North & East Rim Imperial with Ecostar Family Flight

Recommend for groups of 4+. Take the Imperial Air tour on an aircraft dedicated exclusively for yourself and your family/friends.

IMAX Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center

IMAX Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center

Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam Small Group Day Tour

Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam Small Group Day Tour

Hotel Pickup | Lunch Included | Professionally Guided | Family-Friendly | Leaves from Las Vegas

Grand Canyon Signature Hummer Tour with Optional Sunset Views

Grand Canyon Signature Hummer Tour with Optional Sunset Views

Make the most of limited time and see the highlights of Grand Canyon National Park in just a couple of hours on this sightseeing tour. Ride in a windowless, open-air Hummer and listen to commentary from your guide as you visit some of the canyon’s best lookout points, where you can hop out, take photos, and explore. Since this is a small-group tour, you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions, too.

  • Visit multiple lookout points within Grand Canyon National Park
  • Enjoy the undivided attention of a private driver/guide
  • Ideal for first-time visitors and those with limited time
  • Choose from multiple departures to best suit your schedule

Signature Tour - Grand Canyon South Rim with Ground Tour from Phoenix

Signature Tour - Grand Canyon South Rim with Ground Tour from Phoenix

Marvel at the Grand Canyon's vast expanse and some of the American Southwest's most awe-inspiring terrain during a scenic flight from Phoenix. Your pilot flies at the perfect altitude to clearly view the natural beauty of Arizona, including Tonto National Forest, San Francisco Peaks, Montezuma Well, and the Red Rocks of Sedona. Experience this majestic wilderness from the ground and air on a day-long tour that includes a stop in the National Park and the historic village.

  • Full-day tour of the Grand Canyon by airplane, from Phoenix
  • Soak in spectacular aerial views of the Grand Canyon and other Arizona landmarks
  • Fly over Tonto National Forest, the Red Rocks of Sedona and Montezuma's Well
  • Learn about the wildlife, geology and history of the Grand Canyon and Arizona

Family-Friendly | Multi-Attraction Tours | Professionally Guided | Educational | Leaves from Phoenix/Scottsdale

Grand Canyon West, Lunch, Hoover Dam Photo Stop, Optional Skywalk

Grand Canyon West, Lunch, Hoover Dam Photo Stop, Optional Skywalk

Visit the West Rim of the Grand Canyon on this full-day tour from Las Vegas. Travel in an air-conditioned vehicle, passing by Arizona’s Joshua Tree Forest on the way. At the Grand Canyon West Rim, enjoy four hours of free time to explore highlights like Eagle Point and Guano Point. On the way back, stop by the Hoover Dam bridge for photos.

  • Full-day tour to the Grand Canyon West Rim from Las Vegas
  • Includes lunch, granola bar and bottled water
  • Skywalk and helicopter upgrades available
  • Round-trip transfers from select Las Vegas hotels

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Grand Canyon West Rim Bus or Private Tour with Hoover Dam

Grand Canyon West Rim Bus or Private Tour with Hoover Dam

Private Tours Available | Professionally Guided | Hotel Pickup | Breakfast Included | Lunch Included | Leaves from Las Vegas | Family-Friendly

Grand Canyon and Sedona Day Adventure from Scottsdale or Phoenix

Grand Canyon and Sedona Day Adventure from Scottsdale or Phoenix

Make the most of your time in Arizona with a full-day tour that visits both the Grand Canyon and Sedona. Depart early from Scottsdale or Phoenix to explore the south rim of the Grand Canyon, taking in two prime viewpoints and strolling along the rim, then eating lunch. Continue to Sedona where you check out the uptown district, and get photo ops at red rock sites.

  • Includes lunch and entrance fees
  • Hear insightful commentary from the guide
  • Learn about Arizona’s history and natural features
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off provided

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Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour & Hoover Dam Photo Stop with optional Skywalk

Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour & Hoover Dam Photo Stop with optional Skywalk

Leaves from Las Vegas | Breakfast Included | Lunch Included | Multi-Attraction Tours

Custom Grand Canyon Day Trip from Phoenix

Custom Grand Canyon Day Trip from Phoenix

Leaves from Phoenix/Scottsdale | Family-Friendly | Hotel Pickup | All Fees Included | Professionally Guided

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour from Las Vegas with VIP Skywalk & Pontoon Boat Ride

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour from Las Vegas with VIP Skywalk & Pontoon Boat Ride

Book the ultimate Grand Canyon getaway with this combo tour that begins with a helicopter flight from Las Vegas. Get a birds-eye-view of Hoover Dam and the Grapevine Mesa Joshua Trees en route to the West Rim. Then descend to the canyon floor for a pontoon boat cruise on the Colorado River. Finish with VIP access to the Skywalk, a glass-bottom deck that hovers above the sandstone walls. A souvenir photo and coach transfers are included. ** Please note: Effective for travel prior to April 1, 2024, the price displayed does not include a USD30 per person fuel fee. This fee is payable direct to the supplier on the day of your tour **

  • Grand Canyon helicopter combo tour from Las Vegas
  • View Hoover Dam and the sandstone canyon walls on a helicopter ride
  • Land on the floor of the Grand Canyon Take a pontoon boat cruise along the Colorado River
  • Marvel at the breadth of the canyon from the glass-bottom Skywalk at Eagle Point with skip-the-line admission
  • Hotel transport and souvenir Skywalk photo included

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Small-Group Grand Canyon West Rim Day Trip from Las Vegas with Optional Skywalk

Small-Group Grand Canyon West Rim Day Trip from Las Vegas with Optional Skywalk

Hotel Pickup | Breakfast Included | Professionally Guided | Leaves from Las Vegas

Grand Canyon South Rim, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Las Vegas

Grand Canyon South Rim, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend Day Tour from Las Vegas

  • - Grand Canyon National Park, a must-see World Heritage site in the Southwest
  • - Antelope Canyon, a renowned slot canyon whose colors and shapes have captivated photographers from around the world
  • - Horseshoe Bend where you can overlook the winding Colorado River below.

On the way back to Las Vegas, we will have a short break in Seligman, a small town on Route 66. This is a nice little stopover where you can enjoy the old American atmosphere.

Leaves from Las Vegas | Family-Friendly | Multi-Attraction Tours

Grand Canyon National Park Bus Tour from Las Vegas

Grand Canyon National Park Bus Tour from Las Vegas

Explore the natural side of Arizona with a day trip to the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim on our luxury bus tour. Your professional bus driver is trained to provide you with interesting facts about the history, flora, and fauna on one of the great wonders of the modern world.

Once you arrive at the South Rim, enjoy stops along the rim such as Mather Point and Bright Angel Lodge. Explore popular attractions in the Grand Canyon National Park such as El Tovar, Hopi House, Kolb Photo Studio, and the Bright Angel Trail and make memories of a lifetime!

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GRAND CANYON HIKING & BACKPACKING TOURS

Enjoy some of the most spectacular views in the world on a Grand Canyon hiking tour!

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Our Grand Canyon hiking tours include guided Grand Canyon backpacking trips, basecamp hiking tours, inn-based hiking tours, and day hike tours. All Grand Canyon hikes are all-inclusive with local transportation, meals, gear, permits, and professional guides!

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  • Guides Choice – Hermit Loop
  • Top South Rim – Grand Canyon Classic
  • Top North Rim – Wonders of the Canyon
  • Most Famous Trip – Rim to Rim
  • Best Summer Tour – Indian Garden Trek
  • Most Family-friendly – Horseshoe Mesa
  • Most Remote – Colorado River Traverse
  • Best Winter Trip – Winter Rim to Rim
  • Top Inn-based – Best of Grand Canyon Tour
  • Top Camping – Grand Canyon Basecamp Tour
  • Top Day Hike – South Kaibab Trail

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#1 OUTDOOR ACTIVITY AT THE GRAND CANYON ON TRIP ADVISOR

We accommodate on average more than 2,000 guests on our Grand Canyon hiking tours and backpacking trips every year, and we have earned a reputation for exceeding our guests’ expectations. With thousands of 5-star reviews, Wildland Trekking’s hiking trips are the #1 activity on Trip Advisor:  click here  to see our Trip Advisor reviews. You can read additional guest comments on our  Wildland Trekking Reviews  and  Facebook  pages. Lastly, consistent positive feedback was the primary reason one of our Grand Canyon hiking trips was showcased on the Discovery Channel as one of the “Official Best” attractions in Arizona!

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FANTASTIC MEALS AND TOP OF THE LINE GEAR

At Wildland our meals are raved about by past guests. We have an extensive list of exclusive recipes our guides choose from to meet the dietary needs and desires of each group. We use fresh, real ingredients and never use dehydrated backpacking meals that many companies use.

Almost all necessary gear is included on your trip. That includes backpack, tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, trekking poles and more. All of these items are from premier brands. Sleeping bags are professionally laundered after every trip, and all other gear is cleaned after every trip. On backpacking trips the combined retail value of gear provided is approximately $1000.

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ALL-INCLUSIVE TOURS

We know that all-inclusive tours are the best option for 99% of our guests, and for this reason our trips include nearly everything. This includes local transportation, gear, meals, permits/reservations and more. Many companies charge extra for some or all of these things, or guests are 100% responsible for them – at Wildland they’re fully included!

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EXCEPTIONAL HIKING AND BACKPACKING GUIDES

Wildland Trekking guides are carefully selected for their wilderness experience, solid certifications, and commitment to providing life-enriching outdoor experiences for their guests. Then they are trained extensively to provide the Wildland experience and adhere to our field protocol, risk management policies and customer service standards. Excellent guides can’t just appreciate nature – they must be equally passionate about sharing their love of nature with others. And it’s exactly those outdoor professionals we employ at Wildland.  Meet Our Team  page.

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COMPREHENSIVE RISK MANAGEMENT

Wildland guides are given a prime directive to guide their decision making. First is safety. Second is compliance with national park regulations. Third is guest enjoyment. Safety truly is our top priority. All trips carry satellite phones, company-issued first aid kits and comprehensive field and medical protocols. We also have a 24-hour emergency line that guests, guides and family members can call any time to connect with a manager.

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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT GRAND CANYON HIKES

Are there guided hikes in grand canyon.

Grand Canyon is one of the most popular national parks in the USA for visitors to join a guided hike. With a high quality, professional guide company, you can explore much more of the park than on your own, and learn about its awe-inspiring history and geology as you go. On a multi-day guided Grand Canyon hike, you can enjoy having all of the details (permits, reservations, gear, meals, transportation…etc.) handled for you so you can focus 100% on soaking up the magic of one of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.

WHY A GRAND CANYON HIKING VACATION?

Grand Canyon National Park offers a wealth of hiking and backpacking trips, and is only truly accessible by hiking, horseback, or rafting. Most visitors stand on the rim, stare down into the Canyon, snap some photos, visit a gift shop or two, eat at the cafeteria and then leave. If only they knew what they’re missing! The Grand Canyon is rich with remote treasures: oases, waterfalls, wildlife, beaches along the Colorado River, a plethora of different expansive views, cliff-top campsites, and an endless sense of spaciousness. On a hiking trip you’re able to discover these intimate details and also understand the magnitude of the world’s most famous canyon.

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BACKPACKING TRIP, INN-BASED OR BASECAMP?

So you’ve decided to hike the Grand Canyon with Wildland Trekking – now, which trip type should you do? Backpacking trips are for people who want to challenge themselves and/or want to have a remote experience of the wilder side of the canyon. Inn-based hiking tours are for guests who want to have an all-around hiking experience of the Grand Canyon and live it up at night with comfortable accommodations and wonderful meals. And our basecamp tours offer rim-based hiking and camping packages with access to showers, cold drinks, cool night/morning temperatures, and fantastic outdoor cooking.

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Hike with a guide or on your own?

Many people hike the Grand Canyon on their own, and many go with a guide. The advantage of joining a guided tour, like Wildland Trekking’s, are many:

  • We take care of permits, reservations, local transportation, meals, gear, and more so you can focus 100% on enjoying your hiking vacation.
  • Grand Canyon National Park is like an encyclopedia of geologic history, and with a guide you’re able to delve into this incredible knowledge with a direct experience and in-the-moment interpretation. You’ll also learn a tremendous amount about the cultural and biological history of the Canyon.
  • The Grand Canyon claims many lives every year, and requires hundreds of emergency evacuations. It’s a dangerous environment. Going with a Grand Canyon hiking guide allows you to hike with an increased level of safety.
  • If you decide to hike on your own, we strongly recommend following the national park’s Hike Smart tips . And if you hike between December and April we recommend being prepared with hiking crampons .

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Whether you’re joining a guided trip or trekking on your own, it’s important to select the timing of your visit carefully. The basic synopsis of each season is detailed here:

  • December-February : This is a good time of year to hike the Canyon as long as you are prepared for icy trails and potential winter storms. It’s often very quiet with no crowds and plenty of solitude out on the trails. Pristine snow dusts the top of the Canyon, which contrasts beautifully with the red cliffs below. South Kaibab Trail and Bright Angel Trail are the best ones to hike this time of year because the trails can be icy. For this reason it’s also critical to have hiking crampons with you. Finally, the North Rim is closed in the winter, but we run our Winter Rim to Rim which reaches the North Rim by hiking across the Canyon.
  • March-May : Spring is excellent for hiking the Canyon. The temperatures are still quite cool in March and April and can be quite hot in May, but for the most part the temperatures are moderate. Spring can still bring winter moisture, so be prepared for a variety of weather and possibly icy trails. Hiking on the main Corridor trails is fantastic as well as the more remote trails like Hermit, Grandview, New Hance and Tanner. The North Rim does not open until May 15, so after that date the Rim to Rim becomes available.
  • June-August : Beware of hiking in the summer months, especially if you’re trekking on your own, without the expertise of a guide company. Stay on the main trails (South Kaibab, Bright Angel and North Kaibab), carry lots of water, and eat an abundance of salty, sweet snacks. Temperatures can be 105+ degrees fahrenheit in the shade. Do your hiking early in the morning and in the evening, and rest through the middle of they day (especially on backpacking trips). We strongly recommend joininig one of our tours if you’re set on going this time of year. Also this is the monsoon season so afternoon thunderstorms and flash flooding is possible.
  • September-November : Like spring, fall is amazing in the Canyon. One thing that sets fall apart from spring is that the North Rim is open, allowing the Rim to Rim hike to be done. Early September can still be quite hot with the possibility of heavy monsoon rains. November can get quite chilly, especially on the rims, and the North Rim closes after the first significant snowfall between mid October and mid November. Overall however, fall is a wonderful time to hike the Grand Canyon!

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  • VISITING GRAND CANYON : Get info on what to do, when to visit, how to get there, best hikes, best tours and more.
  • BEST TIME TO VISIT GRAND CANYON : Find detailed information about when to visit the Canyon based on what you want to do and see.
  • WHAT TO SEE IN GRAND CANYON IN ONE DAY : Only have one day at Grand Canyon? Make the most of it by following our expert tips!
  • BEST GRAND CANYON TOURS : Learn about the top tours and recommended companies for helicopter, rafting, cycling and more!
  • BEST GRAND CANYON HIKES : Find out what our top 5 recommended day hikes are with recommended pack lists and more.
  • TOP 5 GUIDED GRAND CANYON BACKPACKING TOURS : Read our article about our five most popular guided backpacking trips!
  • 5 BEST GRAND CANYON BACKPACKING TRIPS : Read our article about what we think the 5 best backpacking trips are!
  • HOW TO HIKE RIM TO RIM IN THE GRAND CANYON : Learn what it takes to hike Rim to Rim – training, packing, route information and more!
  • TRAINING FOR GRAND CANYON HIKE : Information about training for your Grand Canyo hike, whether it’s with Wildland Trekking or on your own!
  • GRAND CANYON BACKPACKING PERMITS : Learn about the complicated Grand Canyon backcountry permit system and how to apply.

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The 6 best grand canyon bus tours from las vegas.

Go beyond the glitz and glam to see one of the country's top natural landmarks.

The Best Grand Canyon Bus Tours

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While the Strip is certainly one of Las Vegas' most famous features, it's not all the city has to offer. A trip to Las Vegas wouldn't be complete without experiencing the awe-inspiring natural wonders just outside of it, such as the Grand Canyon. Tourists and locals alike will enjoy a break from the bright lights and bustling city on a bus tour to the Grand Canyon. As one of the largest natural canyons on Earth, the Grand Canyon is more than 270 miles long, meaning there are multiple destinations to explore; the most popular are the South and West Rims.

We've rounded up the top options for Grand Canyon bus tours from Las Vegas, whether you seek an adventurous ride or a more tranquil sightseeing experience.

Best Overall: Grand Canyon West Rim Bus/Helicopter & Landing Tour with Optional Skywalk

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Tour operator: Canyon Tours Price: From $358 per person Duration: About 10 hours

Visitors can experience the ultimate Grand Canyon bus tour paired with an unforgettable helicopter ride down to the floor of the canyon. The adventure begins on an air-conditioned tour bus that departs from the Vegas Strip and carries passengers to the West Rim. From there, passengers will board a helicopter that descends 4,000 feet, landing on the floor of the canyon. Visitors can explore the canyon floor before reboarding the motorcoach and continuing onto Grand Canyon West, which is home to Guano Point, Eagle Point and Hualapai Ranch. You'll also have the option to brave the world-famous glass Skywalk for sweeping views (and an additional fee).

Local tip: Grand Canyon West is located on the Hualapai Indian Reservation, which is owned and operated by the Hualapai Tribal Nation. In the tribe's traditions, the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River are considered living, spiritual entities. When visiting Grand Canyon West, travelers are immersed in the rich culture and history of the Hualapai Nation.

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Best West Rim Tour: Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour with Lunch, Hoover Dam Stop and Skywalk

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Tour operator: Grand Canyon Destinations Price: From $99 per person Duration: About 11 hours

Located in Peach Springs, Arizona, the West Rim is only a few hours from Las Vegas. This tour will show you the best that the West Rim has to offer, including the glass-bottomed Grand Canyon Skywalk bridge (for an added fee). After being picked up from select Vegas hotels and traveling three hours on an air-conditioned bus, passengers get to spend up to four hours exploring the West Rim. A must-see lookout point at the West Rim is Guano Point, from which you can hike to Highpoint Hike and get a view of the Colorado River.

A lunch box, snacks and plenty of water are included with the tour. One unique feature of this outing is that you get to stop at the Hoover Dam for a photo during the bus journey (but keep in mind this stop is available seasonally). You can also choose from several upgrades, including a Skywalk admission ticket, a helicopter ride or a boat excursion.

Local tip: Because it's closer to the Las Vegas desert, this side of the Grand Canyon is the warmest year-round, with hot and dry summers, mild shoulder seasons, and occasional snowfall in the winter.

Best Budget: Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas

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Tour operator: Grand Canyon Destinations Price: From $84 per person Duration: About 15 to 16 hours

A South Rim bus tour offers a quieter, more historic sightseeing experience. The South Rim is one of the most popular parts of Grand Canyon National Park . Guests can see the wide variety of flora and fauna native to the area. This bus tour – which takes around four hours to get to the South Rim's Mather Point from Vegas – gives visitors the opportunity to walk along Bright Angel Trail; it leads to Bright Angel Lodge, located in the Village Historic District.

You can also stock up on snacks and souvenirs at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, since the tour only includes a box lunch and water. Or, upgrade your excursion with the guided walking tour add-on. Another historic part of the tour is the scenic drive along the famous Route 66, one of the first U.S. highways.

Local tip: Located farther from Vegas, the South Rim is cooler, with rainy and snowy winters, and more moderate temperatures in spring, summer and fall.

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Best South Rim Tour: Grand Canyon National Park South Rim Tour from Las Vegas with Lunch

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Tour operator: National Park Express Price: From $119 per person Duration: About 13 hours

This guided bus tour includes lunch, bottled water and a granola bar to snack on during the day, as well as admission to some of the most popular Grand Canyon destinations, like Mather Point and Bright Angel Point. You'll get about three hours total at the Grand Canyon. Plus, you can select your own pickup location from several Las Vegas-area hotels and be dropped off at one of three locations (Excalibur, Horseshoe or Treasure Island).

Local tip: Visitors who are looking to experience the wildlife native to the area often choose the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, which is home to more animal species than the West Rim, such as coyotes and bighorn sheep.

Best All-Inclusive: Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour & Hoover Dam Photo Stop with Optional Skywalk

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Tour operator: Comedy on Deck Tours Price: From $149 per adult Duration: About 10.5 hours

This full-day Grand Canyon tour run by Comedy on Deck Tours gives guests several options to customize their experience, such as a VIP Skywalk tour. But there is also a great base package. Guests are treated to not one but two sit-down meals from local restaurants: a freshly prepared breakfast and a barbecue lunch with an incredible view of the canyon. Additionally, this all-inclusive tour also stops at the Hoover Dam on the way to the Grand Canyon, so guests get to experience two national landmarks for the price of one. The professional comedian who doubles as tour guide makes for an even more fun experience.

Local tip: The West Rim is typically less crowded than the South Rim, so it may be a good option for your Grand Canyon destination if you're hoping to avoid all the tourist congestion.

Best for Families: Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour

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Tour operator: Canyon Tours Price: $85 per person Duration: About 14 hours

Although there are plenty of kid-approved activities in Las Vegas itself, a day trip to the Grand Canyon is a must-see for any family vacation. This South Rim bus tour from Canyon Tours offers a full day of activities that kids of all ages will enjoy.

Not only will youngsters marvel at the beauty of the canyon, but they can also have an interactive experience at the IMAX theater, which plays a film that takes you into the center of the canyon. Visitor centers throughout the park also offer free activities that allow children 4 and older to earn an official Junior Ranger badge and learn about nature, history and park preservation.

Local tip: The South Rim is divided into different viewpoint areas that visitors can explore. One of the most popular viewpoints is Hermit Road, which is ideal for families with children.

Frequently Asked Questions

The exact tour duration depends on the company you choose, but you should budget at least 10 hours for the entire experience.

You'll pay at least $85 per person for a bus tour to the Grand Canyon. This price will vary based on company, tour inclusions and location along the canyon.

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10 Things To Do In The Grand Canyon Region: A Comprehensive Guide To Discovering The Wild West

W hether travelers have already visited the Wonder of the World, they're afraid it will be too crowded, or they're looking for things to do on the way there and back, there are plenty of reasons to explore what else to do around the Grand Canyon. While on the map the region may just look like a desert, the areas of northern Arizona, southern Utah, and southeastern Nevada are rich with opportunities to add more excitement to any road trip.

After enjoying everything to do at Grand Canyon National Park , vacationers will be thrilled to learn there's a lot not to miss in the surrounding area. A large swath of the region is composed of the Navajo Nation, crisscrossed by scenic and iconic highways and dotted with colossal lakes, towns and cities, and yes, even more mesmerizing canyons to experience and explore. From Arizona road trips along Route 66 to endless water sports, hiking, and outdoor escapades, this guide will break down all the other things people can do near the Grand Canyon.

Discover where tourists flock, push the travel itinerary beyond the ordinary at iconic destinations, and unveil the best-kept secrets around the Grand Canyon below.

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Top Things To Do

While it's one of the Wonders of the World, there are so many other things to do near the Grand Canyon, including water sports and outdoor activities at two of the United States' largest reservoirs, nostalgic towns, and roadside attractions along Route 66, and, believe it or not, exploring even more canyons in Arizona . Find out below where tourists go and what to see near the Grand Canyon.

Go Whitewater Rafting At Peach Springs

Just two hours from the West Rim, Peach Springs, Arizona is a great place to find other things to do around the Grand Canyon. The tiny town is known for its exhilarating outdoor experiences, most notably its thrilling whitewater rafting adventures.

Peach Springs is one of the best places in the United States for whitewater rafting ; thrill seekers can brave the Colorado River snaking through stunning natural surroundings and take on challenging rapids like Hualapai or Diamond Creek.

Hualapai River Runners is a reputable whitewater rafting tour company , offering one or two-day excursions from Peach Springs with certified guides. These guides additionally provide a glimpse into the local culture and traditions of the Hualapai tribes.

  • One-Day Rafting Tour Prices: from $400 per person
  • Two-Day Rafting Tour Prices: from $800 per person
  • Note: Tours are available from March through October

Unwind At Lake Mead

Is it a mirage in the Arizona desert or is it Lake Mead? Some four hours west of the Grand Canyon and near the Hoover Dam and Las Vegas, Lake Mead is a tranquil oasis and the United States' largest reservoir. After long days of hiking (or long nights of gambling), Lake Mead beckons visitors seeking relaxation, offering them the chance to sit back and take a breath.

Apart from several resorts, spa centers, and lakeside restaurants lining the reservoir, Lake Mead's expansive and stunning landscapes make it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Some of the most notable recreation activities in the area include:

Roadtrippers looking for what else to do around the Grand Canyon should check out these fun facts about Lake Mead and then plan their next hiking, kayaking, or horseback riding adventure.

Related Upright Shipwrecks & More: 10 Unusual Things Discovered At Lake Mead

Visit The Coral Pink Sand Dunes In Kanab, Utah

For an unforgettable and mesmerizing experience north of the Grand Canyon, travel to the Coral Pink Sand Dunes . These rolling coral-tinted dunes in southern Utah offer psychedelic views of the desert, a natural wonder perfect for hiking, sand boarding, photography, or dune buggies.

As a popular tourist attraction, the entrance to the state park is controlled, but nature lovers can't miss the chance to explore this scenic attraction near the Grand Canyon.

  • Park Entrance: $10 per vehicle per day
  • Campgrounds : from $25 per night
  • Park Hours: Daily, sunrise - sunset

Visit Kanab after a day at the Coral Pink Sand Dunes. The small town is a hub for outdoor adventures in Utah and Arizona and is also known as 'Little Hollywood' due to all the westerns shot in the area.

Make A Trip To Bearizona

Make the fascinating drive through the 160-acre Bearizona Wildlife Park near Williams, just off Route 66 and south of the Grand Canyon. The family-friendly attraction allows visitors to drive a three-mile loop through the park to witness free-roaming wildlife areas full of bears, wolves, bison, birds, and more.

Later, travelers can get out of the car to stretch their legs and walk through Fort Bearizona to see smaller animals like bobcats and river otters.

Anyone wondering if Bearizona is worth the trip should know that the wildlife park upholds 'sensibly green' practices and that many of the animals are orphaned and rescued.

  • Hours Of Operation: Daily, 9 AM - 5 PM | Last entrance at 4 PM
  • Cost Of Admission: from $30 per adult | $20 per child

Visitors should be prepared for wildlife that may block the road or come right up to their car window.

Marvel At Antelope Canyon

Perhaps one of the most stunning things to do near the Grand Canyon and one of the American Southwest's most iconic landscapes, Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon famous for its wavy rock walls and the colorful lights that enter from the openings above.

Since the area is part of a larger Navajo Nature Park , hikers can only venture into the mesmerizing geographical site with a guide on one of many Antelope Canyon Tours .

How Much Does It Cost To Tour Antelope Canyon?

Guided tours through Antelope Canyon Generally cost anywhere from $70 to $120 per person, depending on the time of day, season, and company.

Many visitors claim midday or noon is the best time to view the fascinating lights from above.

Related 5 Reasons To Hike Upper Antelope Canyon (5 For Lower)

Experience City Life In Flagstaff

Some may consider Flagstaff the gateway to the Grand Canyon, but the vibrant city stands on its own as an essential travel destination in Arizona. Apart from its charming downtown, there are tons of other things to do in Flagstaff , from art galleries showcasing local culture to music festivals, diverse dining, and lively nightlife.

Nestled in the Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff is also just a stone's throw away from holistic escapades in Sedona, historic attractions along Route 66, and plenty of outdoor activities.

The best way to get around Flagstaff is to arrive by car and later leave it parked at the hotel or in a lot to more easily enjoy the downtown by foot or bike.

Take The Grand Canyon Railway In Williams

Travelers who love small-town charm should stop in Williams, Arizona to take a picture with its famous roadside attraction, The Gateway to the Grand Canyon, a wrought-iron sign stretching over the highway welcoming road trippers to the iconic canyon. The town is an important stop along Route 66 and boasts a quaint downtown with plenty of shops, restaurants, and hotels.

Apart from all the things to do in Williams , perhaps the most important is a ride on the Grand Canyon Railway, an old-time train in use since the early 1900s, transporting guests back in time and taking them from Williams to Grand Canyon Village in the South Rim.

  • Route Length: ~65 miles (one-way)
  • Duration: ~2.5 hours (one-way)
  • Prices: from $45 per person (one-way)
  • Departures: Daily, the schedule varies depending on the season

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Cherish The Route 66 Nostalgia In Seligman

One of the best parts of Route 66 is the roadside attractions along the way, a reminder that life is more about the journey than the destination. Perhaps Seligman doesn't look like much on a map (it has less than 500 inhabitants), but its classic American diners and restaurants make up for its size.

Enjoy a pit stop or lunch here, then relish the charm of bright murals, signs, and storefronts.

Seligman is just two hours south of the South Rim, making it a great place to visit near the Grand Canyon.

Related Where It Starts & Ends: 10 Things You Can Still See On Old Route 66

Enjoy The Great Outdoors At Lake Powell

If the largest reservoir in the United States wasn't enough (Lake Mead), vacationers will be thrilled to find out that the second-largest reservoir in the nation offers a ton of other recreational activities: Lake Powell. The stunning lake in southern Utah is a hub for exploring canyons, water sports, photography, and more.

Among all the amazing facts about Lake Powell , visitors should know there are endless opportunities for beach days, hiking, sailing, and houseboat rentals.

Travelers shouldn't forget their cameras because Lake Powell is one of the most photographed lakes in the world.

Road Trip Through Monument Valley

Forrest Gump put United States Route 163 on the map and made it the most famous and scenic American Southwest drive . The winding highway flirts between the Arizona and Utah border, passing through the iconic Monument Valley: a fascinating Martian landscape full of buttes reaching 1,000 feet high, photo opportunities, and gorgeous sunsets.

The entire U.S. Route 163 drive takes anywhere from three hours, depending on the amount of time spent taking photos, and traverses about 65 miles through the Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation in the nation.

To avoid the Arizona summer sun, the best time to visit Monument Valley is in the spring, fall, or winter.

Where To Eat In The Grand Canyon Region

Travelers hungry for good food or thirsty for drinks won't have any trouble when they're on their way to or from the Grand Canyon. Larger towns like Flagstaff have a plethora of restaurants and dining options, from Tex-Mex to unique eats like German cuisine or seafood.

On the other hand, smaller towns along Route 66 or surrounding Lake Powell offer up classic American dishes and diner experiences.

Breakfast Spots

The Toasted Owl Café

  • Hours: Friday - Monday, 7 AM - 3 PM | Tuesday - Thursday, 7 AM - 2 PM
  • Address: 12 S Mikes Pike St, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Recommended: Cinnamon Rolls | Avocado Toast | Brie & Prosciutto Omelet

The Roadkill Café/O.K. Saloon

  • Hours: Daily, 7 AM - 8 PM
  • Address: 22830 W, AZ-66, Seligman, AZ
  • Recommended: Classic American Breakfasts

Lunch Locations

Westside Lilo's Café

  • Address: 22855 AZ-66, Seligman, AZ
  • Recommended: German Cuisine | Chicken Fried Steak | Carrot Cake

Josephine's Restaurant

  • Hours: Monday - Thursday, 5 PM - 8:30 PM | Fridays, 11 AM - 2 PM, 5 PM - 9 PM | Saturdays, 9 AM - 2 PM, 5 PM - 9 PM | Sundays, 9 AM - 2 PM
  • Address: 503 N Humphreys St, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Customers Love: Baklava Brie | Crabcakes | Osso Bucco

Dinner Restaurants

Rocking V Cafe

  • Hours: Daily, 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM | Closed Wednesdays
  • Address: 97 W Center St, Kanab, UT
  • Recommended: Smoked Trout | Bison | Lasagna

Latitude 37 (Lake Powell's Floating Restaurant)

  • Hours: Open in the summers
  • Address: 100 Lake Shore Dr Rd, Page, AZ
  • Recommended: Views | Hamburgers | Fries

The Annex Cocktail Lounge

  • Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 5 PM - 10 PM | Fridays & Saturdays, 5 PM - midnight
  • Address: 50 S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Recommended: Shandies | Craft Cocktails

Uptown Pubhouse

  • Hours: Sunday - Thursday, noon - 2 AM | Fridays & Saturdays, noon - 2 AM
  • Address: 114 N Leroux St, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Customers Love: Scotch | Cocktails

Where To Stay In The Grand Canyon Region

There's also no shortage of places to stay around the Grand Canyon region, with options catering to every budget and preference. Tourists can find stunning lakeside resorts, historic luxury railway hotels, and cost-friendly motels along Route 66 to rest their weary bodies after a day of sightseeing.

Luxury Stays

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

  • Prices From: $190 per night
  • Amenities: Indoor Pool | Bar & Lounge | Fitness Center

Little America Flagstaff

  • Prices From: $180 per night
  • Amenities: Outdoor Pool | Free Airport Shuttle | Fitness Center

Mid-tier Stays

Lake Powell Resort

  • Prices From: $120 per night
  • Amenities: Private Beach | Outdoor Pool | Free Parking

Days Hotel by Wyndham Flagstaff

  • Prices From: $100 per night
  • Amenities: Free Parking | Indoor Pool | Fitness Center

Budget-friendly Stays

El Rancho Motel

  • Prices From: $75 per night
  • Amenities: Free Parking

Clarion Inn Page - Lake Powell

  • Prices From: $80 per night
  • Amenities: Outdoor Pool | Bar & Lounge | Free Parking

Best Time To Go To The Grand Canyon Region

Arizona, southern Utah, and Nevada are infamous for their scorching hot summers, dry, desert-like climates, and their consequential fascinating landscapes. Due to varying landscapes, the climate across this region also varies greatly.

With very little precipitation and over 300 days of sun a year, the good news is that roadtrippers can visit the Grand Canyon region really any time of the year, although each season may cater to distinct interests and vacation types.

  • Best Time To Visit: Fall or Winter
  • Temperatures: Lows in the 30s or 40s, highs in the 50s or 60s

Not only are there endless fall activities to enjoy in the Grand Canyon , but the surrounding region also shines from October to December. Autumn in Arizona offers the best weather for hiking and other activities like corn mazes, wine tastings, and food festivals.

Book hotels, restaurant reservations, and flights well in advance if traveling to the Grand Canyon region in the fall, as it's the busiest and most expensive time of year.

While Arizona winters will be warmer for northerners, the Grand Canyon region still gets light snow and chilly nights from December to February. The frosty peaks make skiing a popular wintertime activity, along with hot air ballooning.

Accommodation prices are moderate in the winter and even at their lowest in certain regions of Arizona. However, rates can still go up during the weekends when skiers flock to the slopes.

Spring is another great season for outdoor activities in the Grand Canyon region, from hiking and biking to marveling at desert wildflower blooms. Temperatures can already graze the 80s from March to May, so travelers should pack lots of water and sunscreen to beat the midday heat.

Luckily, with all the rivers and reservoirs throughout Arizona, there's always a cove or beach nearby to cool off at.

June is often roadtrippers last chance to explore Route 66 before the summer heat sets in. Lots of areas in the Grand Canyon region soar above 100° in the summer, so a trip during July or August should be reserved for relaxation at spa resorts, moonlit night hikes, or museums and art galleries.

While certain cities like Phoenix get unbearably hot in the summer, others like Sedona or Flagstaff offer more reasonable warm temperatures.

Best Ways To Get Around The Grand Canyon Region

By far the best way to explore the area around the Grand Canyon is by driving, whether it's the car, truck, RV, or camper. There's just so much to see, from state parks and wildlife refuges to lakes and city life, and none of these sites are exactly close, so the best and most thorough itineraries include traveling by car.

Road tripping is particularly popular in the Grand Canyon region, especially considering some of the Southwest's most famous scenic drives are in the area, including Route 66 and Route 163.

On Foot Or By Bike

While vacationers may have to hop between sites by driving, there are a lot of opportunities to get out and stretch their legs in the Grand Canyon region. Visitors can walk around quaint downtowns, explore city life in Flagstaff, trek some of the most beautiful hikes in the United States , or go biking around Lake Powell or Mead.

Public Transportation

Apart from the Grand Canyon Railway from Williams to Grand Canyon Village and free shuttle services within the Grand Canyon National Park, public transportation in the region is generally expensive, time-consuming, and scarce. Cities like Flagstaff, however, offer buses to traverse the downtown and surroundings.

  • One-way Tickets: from $1.25 per adult
  • Schedule: varies by line, check route timetables before visiting

Tips To Know When Visiting The Grand Canyon Region

America the beautiful pass.

Travelers looking for things to do on the way to the Grand Canyon should consider purchasing an annual America the Beautiful Pass . The pass includes day-use entrances to over 2,000 national parks and recreation sites, many of which are in Arizona, Utah, and Nevada.

The pass is valid for one year and is good for the pass owner plus all other passengers in the vehicle or for up to three other adults if the site charges per person.

  • Pass Prices: from $80 per year
  • Note: several free and discounted rates are available

Is The Grand Canyon Region Safe?

As far as safety goes exploring other attractions near the Grand Canyon, while vacationers should always be aware of their surroundings, the locals are generally friendly and helpful, in addition to being accustomed to tourists.

The biggest safety concern could be any vehicle issues, so roadtrippers should always check their tires and engines before and during their vacations. Never drive for too many hours uninterrupted, and watch out for wildlife crossing the highways, especially late at night.

How To Spend The Perfect Day In The Grand Canyon Region

Although the perfect day exploring things to do near the Grand Canyon may not exist, a long weekend or four days may be the best amount of time to soak up all there is to enjoy in the area.

The best itineraries on the way to the Grand Canyon include road-tripping along Historic Route 66 and making stops in Peach Springs for some outdoor adventures and later in Seligman or Williams to grab lunch at a classic American diner, take a selfie with quirky roadside attractions, and stroll the main streets.

From Williams, travelers can spend a day taking the Grand Canyon Railway to the South Rim or veer south to see some wildlife up close at Bearizona. Follow Route 66 to Flagstaff to wrap up the trip with a hopping arts and culture scene and nightlife.

Other vacationers looking for what else to do near the Grand Canyon may prefer to center their trips further north and check off some must-try bucket list experiences in the United States , including Coral Pink dunes, Lake Powell, and the stunning Monument Valley.

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You Won’t Be Roughing It at These Outdoor Resorts

Glamping tents, decked-out tree houses, vintage R.V.s: A handful of new or updated U.S. accommodations puts you in the middle of nature without stinting on comfort.

A sweeping view of tree-covered views at sunset includes, in the foreground, one steep hill with a cleared area on which cabins and small geodesic domes are scattered.

By Stephanie Rosenbloom

If you want to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature this summer but have zero interest in pitching a tent, consider the latest raft of glamping and outdoor resorts. Be it in a treehouse, a tricked-out tent, a geodesic dome or a vintage Airstream, you can vacation near national parks and wake up amid forests and mountains, all without crawling into a sleeping bag. Rather, sink into a memory foam mattress, tuck into a plate of French toast, and savor wine tastings and massages in these scenic getaways from New York to California.

Outdoorsy Hill Country

Stonewall, texas.

The handsome interiors at this new 32-acre escape in Texas Hill Country look more like hotel rooms than canvas glamping tents. All have king-size beds (some also have additional twin beds) and en suite bathrooms with rain showers, robes and bath products from San Saba Soap Company in nearby Fredericksburg. Created by Outdoorsy , the peer-to-peer R.V. rental company that branched out into travel endeavors, including high-end outdoor accommodations, the property has 22 climate-controlled tents that sleep two or four people, and have wraparound decks, fire pits, kitchenettes and minibars. If you prefer for someone else to make your favorite drink, head to the outdoor bar for local wines, beers, seasonal cocktails and snacks. There’s also a cafe for light bites. When you need provisions like, say, a steak to grill, pop into the country store by the check-in area.

The property is in the midst of Hill Country’s trails and wineries, and is a short drive to the dance halls of Luckenbach and Albert . It’s also less than a half-hour drive to Fredericksburg, with its boutiques and eye-catching 19th-century buildings. Prefer to stay in? Catch a movie night or play shuffleboard, darts and other games. Prices from $300 a night.

Wildhaven Yosemite

Mariposa, calif..

Mornings at this new glamping property — about a 45-minute drive from Yosemite National Park — begin with free coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Set on 36 acres, there are 12 cabins and 30 tents. Inside the tents, which all have decks, you’ll find queen beds with memory-foam mattresses (some tents also have bunk beds for children), rugs and night stands with lamps. Opt for a premium tent and you’ll also get heated mattress pads as well as a larger deck and a gas fire pit. Bathrooms and showers are in a communal bathhouse, and outside there are large sinks and soap for washing cookware (remember to bring your own). There’s a shared barbecue area and fire pit as well.

Looking for more privacy? Try one of the 12 cabins, which have large windows, kitchens, bathrooms with showers, heat and air conditioning, and private outdoor seating spots with fire pits.

A clubhouse makes it a breeze to get food, wine, beer and cider. You can also pick up kits to make s’mores and picnic items. When you’re not exploring Yosemite, check out downtown Mariposa, less than a five-minute drive away. There you can visit the California State Mining and Mineral Museum and the Mariposa Museum & History Center , along with shops and restaurants. At the end of the day, head back to Wildhaven’s pergola to watch the sunset from a hilltop. If you’re game for a walk, the property has a nature trail where you can take in views of the Sierra mountains, hills and Mariposa. On-site activities may include yoga, live music, and wine and cider tastings. Tents range from $199 a night in the summer (from $99 a night in the off-season); cabin prices from $399 a night in the summer ($199 a night in the off-season).

Ofland Escalante

Escalante, utah.

This outdoor resort in Utah’s breathtaking Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument recently added 20 deluxe cabins to its 20-acre property set against a backdrop of cliffs and the area’s fantastical rock columns known as hoodoos. There are now 52 rooms, including vintage Airstreams that can sleep up to three people and tiny cabins for two. The new deluxe cabins, which can sleep four guests, are Ofland’s most spacious accommodations and include queen beds and sleeper sofas, bathrooms (guests staying in the Airstreams and tiny cabins use communal bathhouses), private outdoor showers with heaters, and fire pits.

The property, which changed its name this year from Yonder Escalante, is just under an hour’s drive from Bryce Canyon National Park and about an hour and a half from Capitol Reef National Park . You’ll also be given a list of recommended area hikes when you check in. After a full day of exploring, return for a dip in the pool, sink into the hot tub or watch a movie: Ofland Escalante was built on the site of a former drive-in movie theater and offers movies every night. Stationary classic cars and a concession stand set the mood. Though that’s not the only place to grab a bite. The open-air Lodge with fire pits offers free breakfast staples like yogurt and granola, fruit, protein bars, coffee and tea. There’s a food truck, too, where you can buy hearty breakfasts like burritos and French toast, as well as a general store with snacks, picnic items, meal kits (each with a protein, vegetables and s’mores) and local wine, beer and cocktail kits. Prices for the deluxe cabins are from $249 a night (vintage Airstreams are from $175 a night; tiny cabins are from $159 a night).

Bolt Farm Treehouse

Whitwell, tenn..

At this adults-only glamping getaway not far from Chattanooga, Tenn., guests can stay in luxurious domes, cabins and mountaintop tree houses. There are 18 rooms, including four new “honeymoon” tree houses (11 more are scheduled to open this year) with bird’s eye views of the valley below, private hot tubs, porch swings, Adirondack chairs, fire pits, grills, pizza ovens, kitchens, and indoor and outdoor showers with heated floors. Set on 55 acres, the property’s other accommodations include geodesic domes with sweeping views, firepits and 1,175 square feet of space, including a deck, as well as “mirror cabins” with glass walls that have a glazing that reflects their surroundings.

Go for a hike on one of the property’s trails, and schedule a massage, facial or body treatment through the spa for when you return. When you’re in the mood for a drink or a bite you need not leave the property to buy beer, wine, champagne, cocktails or meals that you can whip up in your pizza oven. (The hotel will help you book a private chef if you prefer.) Come nightfall, use the projector in your room to watch a movie, or simply step outside to stargaze. Prices from $545 a night.

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

The catskills (bethel, n. y.).

This longstanding performance venue and site of the Woodstock festival in 1969 has begun offering glamping for eventgoers on its bucolic grounds, delivering a dose of nature and a quick walk to concerts at the Pavilion amphitheater.

The luxury glamping tents come in three sizes for one to six guests. They have beds, bathrooms with showers, Wi-Fi, electricity, fans, portable heaters and outdoor decks. You’ll also receive free entry to the Museum at Bethel Woods , where you can travel back in time through exhibits about the legacy of Woodstock and the culture of the 1960s. In addition to the luxury tents, there are basic glamping bell tents (for one to two guests) with beds and power strips. Shared restrooms and showers are nearby. Other Pavilion camping options include bringing your own tent or checking into one of the property’s “stay-put RVs.” (There’s also a separate camping area called Best Road Camping for all types of vehicles and tents, less than half a mile from the Pavilion.) Prices for the new glamping tents are from $335 a night. To book, begin by clicking on your preferred concert on the website’s camping page .

Few & Far

Various locations.

A new initiative from the founders of the glamping company Under Canvas , Few & Far has begun creating outdoor and glamping experiences for private groups in places such as Africa, Chile and, this summer, near some of the nation’s national parks. In August, for instance, the company is offering a Grand Teton Luxury Tented Camp trip set on a ranch in Daniel, Wyo., about an hour-and-20-minute drive from Grand Teton National Park . The itinerary kicks off with a cocktail reception and Western hat-making before dinner outdoors. Activities in the surrounding area may include fly fishing on the Green River, mountain biking, paddle boarding, horse riding, or climbing into a hot-air balloon for a tour. A list of various trips is on the company’s website, ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 a person for a minimum weeklong getaway.

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