Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation

Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation
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Detail Enjoy fantastic aerial views
Detail Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
Detail Tour is wheelchair accessible
Detail Duration: 8 hours
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Image an eight-hour tour visiting the picturesque Grand Canyon and an authentic Navajo Indian Reservation. The scenery resembles a painted picture, it's that beautiful! Travel around the South and East Rim with an enthusiastic guide.

History

The Grand Canyon is at least three to six million years ago. It is over 227 miles long and 18 miles wide. Geologists believe some rocks are over 400 million years old.

Knowledgeable guides share the background between Native Americans and Early European explorers.

Grand Canyon Village

Dating back to the days 1901 and the Santa Fe Railroad and run by the National Park Service. Located on the Grand Canyon's South Rim, the buildings are of museum quality. Here is a list of some of the places to explore.

  1. Desert View Watchtower

    • Constructed in 1932
    • Seventy-foot tower with 360-degree views
    • South Rim's highest point - 360-degree views
    • Murals by Hopi artist on walls
  2. Lookout Studio

    • Built in 1914
    • Located on edge of the South Rim
    • Gift shop (rocks/ fossils)
  3. Kolb Studio

    • Put together from 1904 to 1926
    • Photography Art studio (bookstore/auditorium)
  4. Hopi House

    • Established in 1905
    • Gift Shop (native arts and crafts)

    Cameron Trading Post

    On the journey back to Flagstaff, tour buses stop off at an extremely popular tourist spot. The Cameron Trading Post offers something for everyone!

    • Try the delicious Navajo Tacos
    • Access the clean restrooms
    • Purchase Native American souvenirs

    Weather

    The temperature changes from Flagstaff, the canyon and the rims. One area may be cold and the other warmer. At the same time, it might be sunny and stormy in another area.

    • Dress in layers
    • Wear study, comfortable shoes
    • Sunscreen

    Time and Location

    When taking part in this group activity, leave all the details for the professionals. Sit back and let them lead the way. After booking, participates receive a confirmation e-mail with more specific information.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Depart from a Flagstaff hotel
    • Tour lasts for eight hours
    • Journey over 22 miles

Book this extra special adventure, today! Discover the grandiose in the Grand Canyon and sacred history of the Navajo Indian Reservation. This is a magnificent adventure filled with plenty of picture opportunities.


Enjoy spectacular views at the Grand Canyon South Rim and East Rim, and pick up a native American souvenir on this full day tour from Flagstaff. Admire the views from the best vantage points during your Grand Canyon day trip before finishing your tour with shopping at Cameron Trading Post.

Join this popular tour and experience the beauty of this natural wonder from the best overlooks with plenty of time for a nature walk, lunch (additional cost) and shopping at the curio stores. Tour the beautiful East Rim of the canyon and visit additional viewpoints along this 22-mile drive. You will also visit the South Rim, where the Grand Canyon Village is located.

On the return trip, visit historic Cameron Trading Post with its excellent selection of Native American arts and jewelry.

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