Grand Canyon, Arizona
Not only a National Park, the Grand Canyon is one of the most recognized natural landmarks in the world. The largest canyon on Earth, it covers an area of 1.2 million acres along northern Arizona and was formed over millions of years by the rushing waters of the Colorado River. You can still raft down the river today, and see the canyon from below as well as above at the famous North and South Rims. Other adventures include mule rides down the canyon, guided tours, and helicopter rides above the canyon.
Under Canvas Glamping
Experience the Grand Canyon in rustic luxury with Under Canvas Glamping’s luxurious and private, safari-style canvas tents located on 160-acres of secluded piñon and juniper forest. With daily housekeeping, wood-burning stoves, king-sized beds, and option en suite bathrooms, you get to experience the outdoors in style. Complimentary activities and daily adventure bookings add ease and convenience, and the camp is located just 25 minutes from the South Rim entrance to Grand Canyon National Park.
The most far-reaching tour of the Grand Canyon, upgrade and explore the entire South Rim in an open-air Jeep Wrangler. An expert guide will navigate and take you to the most exclusive look-outs and provide you with the best photo opportunities on this unforgettable adventure. Climb aboard The Desert View tour if you want the total rim experience. Well informed and entertaining guides will interpret the indigenous fauna, flora and provide captivating geological and human history. Travel in an open-air Jeep Wrangler and stop at many prominent vistas, some fairly remote the farther east you go. At the Desert View Watchtower be sure to look at the murals depicting scenes of local Indian culture. Then peer down thousands of feet and witness the mighty Colorado River where it curves and heads to the west. On a clear day you can see over 100 miles. A free ticket to the Imax movie, The Hidden Secrets, is included in your tour.