Walk or bike through the Kaibab National Forest to the rim of the Grand Canyon starting on the north side of the IMAX Theatre. The trail will take you to the National Park Service Visitor Center where you can learn about the park, get on a free shuttle bus to viewpoints along the rim, or continue hiking along the rim on the paved Greenway Trail. Free shuttle buses run seasonally to take you back to the hotel if you want a ride.
Grand Canyon Airlines has been showing its guests MORE of the Grand Canyon since 1927. Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime on a stunning airplane tour of the Grand Canyon and beyond. See the South and North Rims on-air only flights or visit Monument Valley, and Rainbow Bridge/Lake Powell on combo or all-day excursions. Tours depart daily from both Grand Canyon and Page, AZ.
Step aboard for a luxury tour on an EcoStar helicopter with stunning flights over the Grand Canyon. Fly in luxury aboard a state of the art EcoStar helicopter over the Grand Canyon on several exciting tours. Soar into the North Rim of the canyon or above the Eastern canyon with its quiet, serene beauty and colorful, majestic spires.
See the beauty of the Grand Canyon with the world’s oldest and largest helicopter touring company. Come see the majestic beauty of the Grand Canyon on a variety of tours. Choose from helicopter air only flights, landing tours, airplane tours, combo tours, all-day excursions, or a stunning flight to the bottom of the Grand Canyon at the Havasupai Village. Soar above the North Rim and see the Dragon Corridor or the serene Eastern canyon.
Experience the backroads of the Grand Canyon National Park and the Kaibab National Forest first hand! While adventuring in open air four-wheel drive safari vehicles, professional local guides discuss the early settlers, the cowboys, native wildlife and local history-facts and folklore.
This incredible day trip includes complete transportation aboard a luxury motor-coach or van to and from the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, transferring through the Grand Canyon National Park, the Navajo Indian Reservation, and the Painted Desert. You will board large, motorized 15-22 passenger river rafts right at the base of the Glen Canyon Dam in Page, Arizona and cover 200 million years in about a 15.5 mile river float through the most spectacular scenery of the mighty Colorado River before arriving at Lee's Ferry. You will caress effortlessly between canyon walls that rise a thousand or more feet above you. This gentle rafting experience is unforgettable! Lunch is included. (Run dates are March 1 thru November 30).