Enjoy a wide variety of Grand Canyon tours and activities including rides on the train to the Grand Canyon, helicopter excursions, and other sightseeing adventures from both Arizona and Nevada. Tours depart daily from Williams, Phoenix, Sedona, Flagstaff, Las Vegas, and beyond. For more information, please call us toll free or submit a request via email and one off our staff members will get back to you as soon as possible.
See the Grand Canyon aboard the Grand Canyon Train. Ride the train from Williams to the Grand Canyon and back. You'll enjoy seeing one of the wonders of the world while enjoying an old-time train trip with lots of entertainment. There are five classes of train service.
Visit the Grand Canyon and the Navajo Reservation on this tour from Phoenix, Arizona. Experience the amazing Grand Canyon National Park and the Red Rocks of Sedona. Stop in at Mary Colter's Hopi House with its Indian arts and crafts, the Kolb Studio's bookstore, and the Lookout Studio's gift shops and view platform. Visit the Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Indian Reservation and travel through scenic Oak Creek Canyon to the Red Rocks of Sedona for picture taking.
Covering the famous and beautiful parts of the Grand Canyon, this Grand Canyon Airplane Tour is perfect for those wanting the ultimate Canyon education. See the eastern part of the Canyon, the Painted Desert, Navajo Indian Reservation, Temple Butte and the glorious North Rim - including Imperial Point, the highest point in the Canyon...and Dragon Corridor, the widest and most open part.
Tour to the Grand Canyon from Flagstaff. You'll see the Painted Desert, the Little Colorado River Gorge, and the Historic Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Nation...but the highlights of this tour are seeing the Grand Canyon at Sunset followed by a delicious dinner with a spectacular view.
The Grand Canyon IMAX Movie Discovery & Adventure is presented in the air-conditioned Grand Canyon IMAX Theater located within the National Geographic Visitors Center at the Grand Canyon's South Rim (52 miles north of Williams) in Arizona. From the mysterious Anasazi who inhabited the Canyon 4,000 years ago, viewers at The National Geographic Visitor Center will travel through Grand Canyon history to join Major John Wesley Powell as he challenges the unexplored Canyon and raging Colorado River in 1869.