Experience The Grand Canyon
There are very few places on earth that are on people’s bucket lists as often as the Grand Canyon. Offering visitors a once in a lifetime experience, the Grand Canyon is one place you want to visit in person, or take a virtual tour with us here.
Carved from the Colorado river, the Grand Canyon is not the deepest canyon on earth, but definitely distinguishes itself from other landmarks with its color variation and beautiful rock formations. Hosting a variety of rare indigenous plant and animal species and offering intricate desert eco-systems.
Geologists from around the world annually visit the canyon for its unique geological features, and evidence it offers scientist to earths historic past. Showcasing the layers of prehistoric earth, it’s informative and down right stunning. Layered in between the prehistoric rock are vivid colors and scenery that will shock even the most privileged world travelers.
Hike The Grand Canyon
Beyond the sheer stunning views the Grand canyon offers Arizona residents and tourists. It also serves as one of the best places for the outdoor adventurers. With hundreds of hikes throughout the canyon, there is something for all experience levels. The Canyon affords guests the hiking opportunity of a lifetime. Allowing for dramatic elevation changes, a hiker can easily go from snow to blistering hot, and back to snow all in the same day. Because these extreme variations in temperature and terrain, hikers are cautioned to be adequately prepared. Food and water consumption are a must, and ensuring that you have proper supplies for your hike is highly advised.
Swim In The Grand Canyon
Most people are aware of the fact that the colorado river is what carved the canyon, but few know of the other great water features inside the Grand Canyon. Unbeknownst to most the Grand Canyon is home to water falls and a variety of water holes contributing to the majesty of the Canyon.
Havasupai Falls is the canyons secret gem and attracts many visitors annually for its pristine water features and unique environment. Tucked away into a segment of the canyon, the falls act as an oasis and offer visitors a place to put their feet in the water, swing from rope swings, and jump from the many falls.
Photograph The Grand Canyon
Regardless of your hiking experience and whether you want to venture into the canyon, the Grand Canyon offers visitors unbelievable views and photography opportunities. Every year photographers head to Grand Canyon to capture mesmerizing images of the canyon’s amazing assets, and I would bet most of them leave pretty satisfied with their results. Even on the rim of the canyon (no hiking necessary) photographers can capture stunning images of the rock formations, wildlife and the beautiful colorado river.
Try A helicopter Tour In The Grand Canyon
If hiking is not your thing, or you’ve hiked the canyon too many times to count then try a helicopter tour in the canyon. From this point of view you can witness the true expansiveness of the canyon from a birds eye view. Feel the thrill of being suspended hundred of feet above one of the largest canyons on the planet. See how drastic the changes in the canyon are, and go from one end to the other in the course of a day. If your budget can afford it, then we highly recommend you experience the canyon from this perspective.
Plan Your Trip
No matter what the occasion, and how you experience it, The Grand Canyon is sure to not disappoint. With a rich history of Native American occupants, trappers and mountain men, immerse yourself in its grand history and feel apart of one of the most well known natural features on earth. Enjoy the remarkable views, the beautiful weather, and the many unique characteristics of this beautiful formation.
Keep In Mind…
The canyon is home to a variety of wildlife and we all want to keep it that way. So upon your travels make sure to respect the canyon for its inhabitants and future visitors.
That’s it. We’ll see you back home for our next tour.