Grand Canyon Things to Do

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Experience a piece of history on the Grand Canyon Railway. Built over 100 years ago and operational since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel has carried many iconic figures, such as Theodore Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bill Gates. Travel in style from Williams, Arizona to the Grand Canyon while enjoying the sights, live music and cowboy show on board. Details
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Excitement meets nature at Flagstaff Extreme, a thrilling outdoor adventure park in Flagstaff, Arizona! Journey through treetop obstacle courses, ziplines, and other challenges in the trees. Whether you're an adventure seeker or a family looking for fun, Flagstaff’s adventure courses and zip lines are designed for a wide range of ages and abilities. Details
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Departing from Grand Canyon West Rim, explore the Grand Canyon from an ECO-Star helicopter with panoramic views of the Hualapai Tribe’s sacred lands and the canyon’s magnificent rock formations. Descend 3,500 feet for a 20-minute landing above the Colorado River. The experience requires a Grand Canyon West admission ticket for park entry (additional fee). Details
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Embark on the ultimate Maverick Helicopter Grand Canyon flight with South Rim and North Rim views. See Kaibab National Forest and the Painted Desert, and get a bird's eye view where Little Colorado meets the Colorado River. Fly along the North Rim, through the expansive Dragon Corridor, and more. Enjoy insightful commentary by your pilot along the way. Details
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Experience the rich cultural traditions, folklore and delicious cuisine of the Red Heritage- Native American Dinner Show in Page, AZ. Navajo-owned and operated, Red Heritage showcases vibrant powwow dancing, live drums, flute playing and more. All while you enjoy culturally inspired food that celebrates the enduring legacy of indigenous peoples in the US. Details
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Climb aboard the Grand Canyon South Rim helicopter tour for a breathtaking 25-minute flight over Kaibab National Forest, the Grand Canyon and the Dragon Corridor. Gaze upon panoramic views of the Tower of Ra and Vishnu Schist as you fly over the widest and deepest sections of the Grand Canyon. This helicopter tour departs from the South Rim near Tusayan, AZ. Details
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Step into a world of awe-inspiring natural beauty at the Grand Canyon National Park. The sights, sounds, and experiences this monumental natural wonder offers are unlike anything else you'll find on Earth. It isn't merely a visit but an immersion into a time-tested geological spectacle where each crevice, contour, and colorful hue tells a story of our planet's history.

One of the most recommended Grand Canyon things to do is observe the breathtaking view. Reds, oranges, and purples dance across the layered rocks, expanding your perception of how majestic nature is whether you're on the Grand Canyon's west rim, north rim, or south rim.


  • Visitors can descend into the heart of the canyon on foot or by mule rides, experiencing the layered beauty from an entirely different perspective.

  • For the more adventurous souls, river rafting provides a thrilling lens through which to admire the rugged cliffs and dramatic views of the Desert View Watchtower, Colorado River, and Grand Canyon. Marvel at the views on the South Kaibab Trail and Bright Angel Trail with the U.S. National Park Service.


Meanwhile, the Grand Canyon Skywalk, an architectural marvel, extends out over the chasm, giving you the sensation of walking in the air. You can also opt for the Grand Canyon Railway or witness the charm of the Grand Canyon Village.

For a more leisurely experience, the Rim Trail, Hermit Road, and Mather Point invite you to stroll along the canyon's edge, taking in exquisite vistas at your own pace. You can also explore the extensive network of hiking trails that meander through the canyon's depths, leading to serene spots and incredible viewpoints often missed on typical tours.

No matter which guided tour you choose, experiencing the Grand Canyon is like touching the pulse of our planet—an adventure never to be forgotten. It's not just a place but an unparalleled journey into nature's grandeur.

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