What To Do
What to Do at the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Attractions
Grand Canyon Tours and Activities
Guided tours are one of the best ways to experience the grandness of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon! Whether you choose a tour from Jeep , Air, or mule, all tours provide a unique perspective of the Grand Canyon.
Highly qualified guides share their knowledge about the Grand Canyon, giving visitors a better understanding of the culture, history, and geology of the canyon. Take an air tour on a helicopter of fixed wing plane and feel the excitement as the earth drops off below your feet. Jeep tours allow you to go to some of the best view points the South Rim has to offer, while exploring the Kaibab forest and wildlife.
Hop on a mule and take a hike down the canyon on one of the most sure footed animals there is.
Sightseeing in the Grand Canyon
Hiking and Backpacking in the Grand Canyon
Camping and Picnicking in the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is the perfect back drop for spending the night camping and taking in the natural beauty of the south rim. The Grand Canyon National park allows you to pitch a tent or bring your RV and stay the night at one of the most wonderful natural wonders in the world. Then, explore the 300 miles of trails and the wildlife that are abundant in the Grand Canyon National Park.
Click the button below and then select Lodging Type “RV & Camping” filter for the variety of camping options specifically designed for those more inclined to ‘rough it!”