Taking a guided tour of the Grand Canyon

      Visiting the Grand Canyon is usually at the top of everyone's list.  As one of the seven natural wonders of the

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Visiting the Grand Canyon is usually at the top of everyone’s list.  As one of the seven natural wonders of the world… it is a must visit destination.

What most people don’t realize is the immense amount of history, geology, and visual information to absorb.  It truly is a “Grand Canyon”. Taking a guided tour is the best way to maximize your visit.  You will leave with a better background and understanding of what the canyon is all about.  It becomes more than just stopping at a viewpoint, admiring the view, and driving on.  You will hear about the men and women who helped make the park what it is today.  Exciting events and tales of derring-do will amaze and give you things to share with the folks and friends back home.

Canyon Country tours offers a variety of options to the Grand Canyon visitor.  You can choose from a day tour, a sunset tour, or for the avid photographer, a photography tour.  The knowledgeable guides will take you to the best spots and regale you with the incredible history of the Grand Canyon.

Guests are picked up from their lodgings and taken in to the park for a memorable day of sightseeing.  Departures are from Flagstaff, Williams, Tusayan, or the Grand Canyon Village. Pickup from Las Vegas is not available.  Lunch is provided. Snacks and water are provided throughout the day.

The tour guide will take pictures throughout your day and then provide you with a complimentary disk of your photos from the day.  A spotting scope is provided.  This enables you to see views from the bottom without having to try and find them with binoculars. You may never get to Phantom Ranch, but with a spotting scope, you can get a peak of what it looks like.  You might even be able to see hikers on the trails and possible a glimpse of those famous Grand Canyon mules.

Visit their website at www.canyoncountrytours.net for more information.  You will be glad you did!