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Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip from Flagstaff or Sedona

Highlights
  • See ancient ruins, lava fields, and volcanoes during this Grand Canyon tour
  • Visit the historic Cameron Trading Post on a Navajo reservation for lunch
  • Small-group tour limited to 14 people makes it easy to ask a guide questions
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Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip from Flagstaff or Sedona
From US$164,03
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Overview
The Grand Canyon National Park is 1,902 square miles (4926.2 square kilometers), and it can be super intimidating to even think about navigating such a large area alone. This Grand Canyon guided tour makes it easy to explore the park’s most impressive areas without getting lost or overwhelmed. Plus, you'll stop by treasures such as Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument on your way to the South Rim and East Rim.
What to Expect
Your Grand Canyon tour starts with a pickup from either Flagstaff or Sedona, depending on which option you selected at checkout.

Your first stops on your way to Grand Canyon National Park include Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument.

Afterward, take a break for lunch at the historic Cameron Trading Post on a Navajo reservation before returning to the road.

Next up is your last stop at the Grand Canyon. Your guide takes you to vista points at both the East and South Rims. You’ll also get some free time to explore on your own away from your group.

Your Grand Canyon tour ends with a drop-off back in either Flagstaff or Sedona.
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1 - 5 of 28 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago
Great day and tour

I booked this tour going off of the reviews. I really didn't research a whole lot into what the day would actually consist of. We had a spectacular day! We left out of Sedona promptly at 7. Headed up to Flagstaff and then wove our...More

2  Thank GoEagles323
Reviewed 1 week ago
Grand time seeing the Grand Canyon

We had a thoroughly enjoyable today visiting the Grand Canyon. This is an excellent way to see the Canyon as well as several other interesting stops along the way. We were picked up promptly at 7:25 (prior's day text said 7:30) and off we went....More

3  Thank Emjayess
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Brilliant tour, it made our holiday!

I spent ages researching tours to the Grand Canyon before we left for our holiday. I chose this one as it also stopped at the lava fields & Sunset Crater, the Wupatki ruins and the Cameron Trading Post in the Navajo reservation. I'm SO glad...More

3  Thank SmiffaB
Reviewed 16 May 2018
DO THIS, IF NOTHING ELSE IN THE AREA!

First, I was staying at an AirBnb and the company arranged a pickup at a motel close to me, going the extra mile. Sheldon, our guide, was friendly and prompt and REALLY went the extra mile to let me move my car to a close...More

3  Thank Trickstersawpix
Reviewed 12 May 2018
Excellent tour of Northern Arizona and the grand canyon

This tour is all day and very fun. The stops on the way to the canyon are just as amazing as the canyon itself. Our guide Ty was great. Can't say enough how cool he was. Native Arizonan that really knows the people and area....More

1  Thank jim p
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Laura C
20 June 2018|
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Response from GoEagles323 | Reviewed this property |
I think that our tour ran a little behind. It's supposed to be 7-7, but we got back closer to 8pm
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Beatriz M
19 June 2018|
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Response from Danny C | Reviewed this property |
I don't believe it can be added to the tour.
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qv09vvp
22 May 2018|
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Response from DED1960 | Reviewed this property |
No. That is a different tour.
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