The Grand Canyon
What is it about the Grand Canyon that causes people to visit by the tens of thousands yearly. Is it merely it’s size, it’s massive expanse of gorges, ridges and rock formations. Or as simple as the magnificent views it provides.
When you think how big the Grand Canyon actually is it can be a bit overwhelming trying to plan a trip or family vacation especially if you’ve never visited before.
In this posting we will try to simplify the areas of interests, things to do, places to stay with easy descriptions. One click reservation and booking options available as well.
This beautiful gift of nature offers so much more that beautiful views. There is world class white water rafting, houseboat rentals, kayaking, canoeing, camping, hiking, burro descents, guided tours, and so much more.
The best time to visit is March through May and September through November when daytime temperatures are cool and the crowds are thin. If you decide to visit during the summer be prepared for the heat, expect limited accommodations not to mention the massive crowds.
The North Rim – The South Rim – The East Descent – The West Descent – There are wonderful tours offers in each of these areas and each of them offer their own special charm and terrain.
North Rim Tours
Here’s an ideal tour for travelers who want to experience the Grand Canyon from top to bottom and stay on solid ground. On the Inner Canyon Tour, you’ll experience some of Arizona’s living history from the rim to the river – and places in between.
This full day adventure begins in Williams, Arizona where you’ll board our coach or van. As you relax in our spacious, comfortable seats, you’ll travel along one of the last remaining stretches of the original Historic Route 66 route to Peach Springs, AZ in the Hualapai Nation.
At Peach Springs, Arizona you’ll descend to the bottom of the Grand Canyon! As you descend down Diamond Creek into the depths of the chasm, watch as massive canyon walls begin to tower over you, and marvel at views of the spectacular landscape and unusual desert plants.
You may even catch a glimpse of a wild burro. Once we reach the Colorado River, you’ll break for a leisurely lunch on the very bank of the mighty river.
You’ll have plenty of time to explore, photograph, and take in the incredible scenery before returning to Peach Springs and back to Williams, Arizona via Route 66 and Interstate 40.
Best Western Grand Canyon Squire Inn is located near the Grand Canyon National Park Airport . Full service spa, hair salon, massage rooms, game center and complementary continental breakfast.