Grand Canyon Tours Reviews: Why You Should Visit

Why should you take a tour to the Grand Canyon?

Grand Canyon Tours Reviews: Why You Should Visit
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Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon was carved over 17 million years by the Colorado River. This breathtaking, 18-mile-long canyon has been stunning visitors for hundreds of years and is considered sacred by Native Americans.

And did you know that you could take a tour to Grand Canyon from different cities in the U.S? Among these cities we have: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, and Seattle.

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Tightrope walk over the Grand Canyon!

Nik Wallenda has no fear…. and he really likes American sightseeing.

Nik “King of the High Wire” Wallenda will be attempting another nationally broadcast stunt this year at another one of America’s most famous attractions. After conquering Niagara Falls with a never before attempted tightrope walk, the daredevil with attempt the same feat over the Grand Canyon.

“The stakes don’t get much higher than this,” said Wallenda. “The only thing that stands between me and the bottom of the canyon is a two-inch thick wire. I’m looking forward to showing the audience a view of the canyon they’ve never seen before.”

Wallenda’s Niagara Falls walk was the first of it’s kind. The treacherous falls surging 200 feet beneath him did not deter him as he walked delicately to safety with only . The Grand Canyon is a very different place, and could provide very different challenges. This time, suspended over 1,500 feet about the Colorado River. To make things even more challenging and risky (if it wasn’t risky enough for you), Mr. Wallenda will be crossing the Grand Canyon without the aid of a safety harness! Wallenda had planned on not using a harness for his Niagara Falls walk, but was forced into wearing one at the last moment. You can catch Nik’s death-defying stunt on June 23rd.

More freedom and less crowds at the Grand Canyon!

The Grand Canyon sees the height of its tourist season in the Spring – Summer months. The hot weather attracts travels from all over the world to the National Park… making for busy sightseeing locations with large groups of tourists. February and March would be great times to travel to the Grand Canyon solely to see the wintery version of this amazing destination. As an added bonus, less congestion at popular vistas makes the experience so much more enjoyable!

Our special Buy 2 Get 3rd FREE ticket offer is valid on a wide selection of tours to The Grand Canyon. Take advantage of the off-season savings and book your tour to the Grand Canyon today!

Tours from Los Angeles to The Grand Canyon – $99+

Tours from San Francisco to The Grand Canyon – $288+

Tours from Las Vegas to The Grand Canyon – $65+

Spend the night in Grand Canyon National Park!

Want a more authentic experience on your next vacation? You don’t just want to see the sights, you want to enjoy them in ways that you never have before.

When we visit the Grand Canyon, we want more than a few photo opportunties… we want to kickback and soak up the outdoors! Enjoy an authentic Western BBQ with ribs, grilled vegetables, and more. And you’ll never forget the beautiful sunset and sunrise over the canyon (but you should still take pictures anyway!). With our special overnight Grand Canyon packages, passengers get to relax at a great hotel right in the park.

While inside the park, you have the option to do most anything. Including helicopter rides, horseback riding, and the famous Skywalk. Overnight multi-day packages start at just $278, with many of tours including an additional Buy 2 Get 3rd Free discount*.

4-Day Grand Canyon West, Las Vegas Tour from LA – Overnight in Grand Canyon – from $278

5-Day Grand Canyon West with Overnight Stay, Las Vegas and Theme Parks from LA – from $413

7-Day San Francisco, Grand Canyon with Overnight Stay Tour from Los Angeles – from $468

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