Grand Canyon National Park
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Grand Canyon Custom "Dream" Tours
Let TourTheSouthwest.com custom tailor your perfect Grand Canyon Dream Tour to all the best sites at the most optimum viewing times. Since we have been visiting and exploring the Grand Canyon for over 55 years, we have lived through a lot of it's history and have a lot of personal experiences to share. We can put together the ultimate Grand Canyon Tour to any area of the canyon, from top to bottom, North to South, or East to West. A client said: "There is really no way to place a value on a tour with a particularly superlative guide who knows and shares information that has taken a lifetime to acquire.
On a Custom Private Grand Canyon Tour, our guides can fill your time with experiences and views that will maximize your visit and free your mind from worrying about what you might have missed on your own. Other unique opportunities can include Wildlife viewing, Native American arts and crafts, mule rides, canyon over-flights, nature walks, Colorado River rafting, and backpack trips.
From the Grand Canyon's rim he will point out trails, hikers, mules, the Navajo Nation, the Painted Desert, the mighty Colorado river and it's rapids, caves, abandoned cowboy copper mines, Native American Indian ruins, and the Desert View Watchtower with it's spectacular viewpoint! When he is finished with your tour, you will have seen the most breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon!
One of his regular stops is the Watchtower at Desert View overlook. The winding staircase inside the native stone structure takes you past traditional Indian paintings. At the top you will appreciate vistas of the Painted Desert, the eastern portion of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River, and the surrounding forested hillsides. His tour also stops at Mather Point, Yavapai Point, Grandview Point, and Bright Angel Point in the Grand Canyon Village. At the village you may want to stroll along the rim of the canyon and visit historic buildings and museums.
His tour can also include the west rim park service shuttle ride to Hermit's Rest. Famous view points available on the West Rim to Hermit's Rest include Maricopa Point, Powell Point, Hopi Point, Mohave Point, The Abyss, and Pima Point. Historic sites of interest include Powell Point, The Orphan Mine, Hermit's Camp (as viewed from the rim), and Hermit's Rest.
After watching the dramatic interplay of changing lights and shadows during a Grand Canyon sunset, you may want to feast at the historic El Tovar Hotel dining room. With prior reservations, you may have the pleasure of being seated in the Grand Canyon Room overlooking The Canyon.
Other unique activities and opportunities can include Wildlife viewing, Native American arts and crafts, mule and horseback rides, airplane and helicopter sight-seeing flights, nature walks, Colorado River rafting, backpack trips, campfire programs, road and mountain bike rides, fishing, river rafting, cross-country skiing, ATV tours, photography workshops, painting and drawing workshops, horseback rides, and camping.