Grandview Point Tours
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Located in the southernmost point on the Grand Canyon’s south rim, Grandview Point is accessible via a one-mile side road off of East Rim Drive. Travelers agree the panoramic views from this famous vista are some of the park’s most impressive. Easy hiking trails wind through narrow ridges and well-preserved nature, giving travelers the opportunity to stretch their legs while driving the popular pass along Highway 64. But it’s the epic views and scenic landscape that make Grandview Point a quintessential Grand Canyon stop.
Grandview Point is half way between Desert View and Grand Canyon Village off of Highway 64. For the best photos, wander down Grandview Trail to avoid the trees at the official overlook.
Address: Coconino, AZ, USA
6 Tours and Activities to Experience Grandview Point
Get to know the Grand Canyon on this guided Jeep tour around the South Rim. Choose one of nine different times throughout the day, then enjoy the Grand Canyon’s brilliant colors, cliffs, and rock formations while learning about the history and geology of the area from the expert tour guide. Finally, receive a ticket to the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center’s IMAX Theater to watch “Grand Canyon: the Movie.” Hotel pickup and drop-off in the town of Tusayan, AZ is included.
Get to know the Grand Canyon on this guided Jeep tour around the East Rim. Begin with a visit to the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center’s IMAX Theater and watch “Grand Canyon: the Movie.” Then choose one of three different tours: a daytime voyage and two sunset options. Enjoy amazing views of the Grand Canyon’s brilliant colors and various rock formations while learning about the history and geology of the area from the expert tour guide. A hotel pickup and drop-off in the town of Tusayan, AZ is included.
Currently the Park Service is not allowing us to mix groups due to COVID-19 safety procedures, so we are unable to provide this tour for less than 6 people. If you have a smaller group, please reach out to our company directly to discuss other options. Family-friendly sightseeing of the South Rim of Grand Canyon in style. Our customized Vans never have more than 9 guests, so you enjoy a comfortable tour with a knowledgeable, friendly, enthusiastic guide who loves what they do. We provide transportation from your hotel or campground in Williams, Tusayan, or Grand Canyon Village with everything you need to have a great time. Grab your camera and leave the lunch (Mar 15 - Oct 31)*, snacks, beverages, and driving to us! Lunch ordered after booking: Roast Beef, Ham, Turkey, Vegetarian, PB & J. Gluten and/or dairy free available upon request. * In winter we take you to the El Tovar for lunch. You will be responsible for your own bill. The tour is automatically discounted $20 per person.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Climb aboard comfortable, custom, safari vehicles with forward-facing bucket seats with large panoramic windows Bi-Pass long lines at south entrance gate – we have had the back-road Forest permits since 1993! View elk, deer and rare bird species in their natural environment! Visit dramatic viewpoints such as Yavapai Point, Pipe Creek Canyon, Duck on a Rock Overlook and witness a magnificent Sunset at Grandview Point during this unhurried excursion. Pick-up and drop-off at central location in Tusayan
Could there be a more dramatic place to witness a sunset than at the Grand Canyon? Get the full download on the multi-layered sandstone formations that define the Grand Canyon from your experienced and knowledgeable guide. Travel in an open-air Jeep Wrangler and as sunset approaches, every moment explodes in a color palette as dazzling light dances across giant rock cliffs, shadows envelop entire gorges and canyon walls blaze orange, rust and red. Then sit back and remember these moments forever. A free ticket to the IMAX movie, “The Hidden Secrets,” is included in your tour.
The Grand Canyon is undoubtedly beautiful, but this helicopter tour of the iconic canyon elevates the views to a whole new level. Soar over Kaibab National Forest and into the Dragon Corridor—the deepest and widest part of the canyon. Upgrade your tour to include a Hummer tour of other essential Grand Canyon sights after the ride; your car is waiting for you for a seamless transition.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What's the best way to experience Grandview Point?
The best ways to experience Grandview Point are:
- Grand Canyon South Rim Jeep Tour with Transport from Tusayan
- Grand Canyon East Rim Drive by Jeep and IMAX Movie
- Grand Canyon Sightseeing Tour from Williams, Tusayan, and Grand Canyon
- Off-Road Sunset Safari to Grand Canyon with Entrance Gate Detour
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