This post includes Grand Canyon tour information about Caravan’s fully guided vacation to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.  Grand Canyon National Park, just north of Phoenix, Arizona, is also a World Heritage Site and attracts nearly five million tourists each year.

In order to accommodate all the annual tourists, the Grand Canyon area is well developed with excellent hotels and accommodations for anyone wishing to enjoy a Grand Canyon tour on the South Rim or the North Rim.

It’s relatively easy to find Grand Canyon tour information and companies to help you explore this national treasure.

Whether you are looking for a helicopter tour, a river rafting tour or a chance to explore many of the other great activities within the Canyon area (such as the Grand Canyon Skywalk or the Grand Canyon Railway), your Grand Canyon National Park tour will be one that leaves a lasting impression.

Grand Canyon Travel Itinerary

Many tourists begin their Grand Canyon tour from Phoenix Arizona, which offers the best airport for easy access to Grand Canyon National Park. Caravan Tours begins all of its Grand Canyon tours from Phoenix, the largest city in Arizona. Upon landing at the Sky Harbor Airport, Caravan Tours’ guests stay one night in Phoenix before heading north to visit an artists’ colony in Sedona and then on to the Grand Canyon.

Two nights of the Grand Canyon tour are spent right at the Grand Canyon with accommodations at one of four Grand Canyon Park Lodges located inside Grand Canyon National Park near the South Rim. Apart from a short orientation session, tourists are at leisure to choose the Grand Canyon activities that interest them, such as hiking Grand Canyon rim trails, visiting historic buildings, or checking out the Lookout Studio.

After departing the Grand Canyon, Caravan tourists stay at Lake Powell Resort where they enjoy a boat cruise and take a jeep tour of Monument Valley. This Bryce, Zion, and Grand Canyon tour also includes one day at Bryce Canyon and one day at Zion Park. This nicely rounds out the tour experience before heading past the Grand Canyon west rim to Las Vegas, Nevada where the tour officially ends.

The Grand Canyon & Tourism

The 227-mile long gorge that creates the Grand Canyon naturally attracts tourists from around the world. As one of the most complete geological cross-sections visible on our planet, there are a number of archaeological sites that date back hundreds of millions of years.

The Grand Canyon National Park tour allows visitors to explore some of the over 1.2 million acres that are home to over 1,500 species of plants and animals including cougars, rattlesnakes, and Gila monsters. The enduring force behind sustaining the wildlife community, and is responsible for carving the Canyon over millions of years, is the mighty Colorado River.

The Grand Canyon is also in close proximity to three other natural tourist destinations, all included along Caravan’s Grand Canyon Tour bus route:

Lake Powell

Bryce Canyon National Park

Zion National Park

Family, Senior & Group Grand Canyon Tour Deals

As one of the top-rated full escort tour companies, Caravan Tours offers the best value for all-inclusive Grand Canyon Tours. The entire Grand Canyon bus tour is guided by a tour director with a depth of information and knowledge that pleasantly surprises all Caravan guests. The one low Grand Canyon tour price includes all itinerary activities, meals, and hotel accommodations while on tour.

Caravan Tours is very accommodating of special travel guests, making Caravan the ideal travel company for Family Grand Canyon Tours, Senior Grand Canyon Tours, and Group Grand Canyon Tours. Special groups, seniors, and children over five are especially welcome on these well planned and reasonably paced Grand Canyon tours.

Affordable Grand Canyon Tours

Caravan’s fully escorted Grand Canyon tour packages are unrivaled in both price and experience! There’s no other 8-day, all-inclusive Grand Canyon vacation tour out there with the same high level of activities, luxury hotel accommodations, and professional tour guides!

Call 1-800-CARAVAN (800-227-2826) to book your tour today or visit Caravan’s Grand Canyon Tour reviews page to read what other travelers have to say about this popular Grand Canyon tour.

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