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Holidays to Grand Canyon 2024 & 2025 Visit America’s greatest natural wonder

Grand Canyon Holidays

The Grand Canyon is one of great wonders of the natural world and a ‘must visit’ location for all visitors to West USA. Formed over millions of years as the Colorado River cuts its way through the rocks, the Grand Canyon is in places a mile deep, and 18 miles across from rim to rim.

Whether you choose to stay at the Grand Canyon, hike in the Grand Canyon, fly over the Grand Canyon, or just visit the Grand Canyon, you will want to witness the ever-changing colours of the sandstone and limestone rocks, as the sun passes overhead. Sunrise and sunset are spectacular.

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    Grand Canyon Fly Drive Holidays

    Fly drive itineraries visiting the Grand Canyon, which can be personalised to suite your plans.

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    Arizona & The Grand Canyon

    Scottsdale | Grand Canyon | Sedona

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    Grand Canyon & Utah’s Mighty 5

    Las Vegas | Grand Canyon | Lake Powell | Monument Valley | Mesa Verde | Durango | Arches | Bryce Canyon | Zion National Park

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    America’s National Parks

    San Francisco | Yosemite | Sequoia | Death Valley | Zion | Bryce Canyon | Yellowstone | Grand Teton | Rocky Mountains | Mesa Verde | Grand Canyon | Joshua Tree

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    Highlights of the West

    Los Angeles | San Francisco | Yosemite | Death Valley | Las Vegas | Bryce Canyon | Grand Canyon | Scottsdale

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    National Park Highlights

    Las Vegas | Zion | Bryce Canyon | Yellowstone | Grand Teton | Rocky Mountains | Mesa Verde | Grand Canyon

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    Rockies to Pacific

    Denver | Rocky Mountains | Yellowstone | Bryce Canyon | Grand Canyon | Las Vegas | Death Valley | Yosemite | San Francisco

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    America’s Route 66

    Chicago | St. Louis | Springfield | Oklahoma City | Amarillo | Albuquerque | Grand Canyon | Las Vegas | Los Angeles

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    Route 66 & National Parks

    Chicago | St. Louis | Springfield | Oklahoma City | Amarillo | Albuquerque | Grand Canyon | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Sequoia | Yosemite

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    America’s Route 66 (West)

    Grapevine | Duncan | Oklahoma City | Amarillo | Santa Fe | Albuquerque | Flagstaff | Santa Monica | Los Angeles

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    Grand Canyon Motorhome Holidays

    Popular RV routes and itineraries that visit the Grand Canyon.

    Grand Canyon Escorted Tours

    These escorted tours all visit the Grand Canyon, as well as Western USA’s other magnificent National Parks.

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    Holidays to the Grand Canyon

    Arguably America’s greatest natural landmark, the Grand Canyon is over 250 miles long and up to one mile deep, carved out over six million years by the mighty Colorado River.

    There are three major access points to the Grand Canyon, all offering spectacular views across the canyon and to the river below:

    • The South Rim – The most popular access to the canyon is just 60 miles north of Route 66. The Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim is home to the National Park headquarters and tourist facilities, including hotels and lodges, restaurants, a general store, shower facilities and a bank with an ATM.
    • The North Rim – Usually only accessible from mid-May to October, the North Rim offers visitors a campground, general store, and camper facilities. The North Rim is in a less-travelled area and is less visited than Grand Canyon Village.
    • The West Rim – Nearer to Las Vegas on land owned by the Hualapai Native Americans, access is via partially unsealed roads. The West Rim is home to the glass-bottom Grand Canyon Skywalk sitting 4,000 feet above the Canyon floor.

    Getting to the Grand Canyon

    Getting to the Grand Canyon is part of the fun, with magnificent views of the Nevada and Arizona deserts along the way.

    By Road – Grand Canyon Village is 75 miles from Flagstaff and 60 miles from Williams on Route 66. Both North Rim and South Rim are a 4.5 hour drive from Las Vegas.

    By Rail – The delightful Grand Canyon Railway runs daily round trips from Williams to South Rim. For a spectacular view, grab a seat in the observation dome and watch as the countryside changes before your eyes.

    By Air – The Grand Canyon Airport is situated in Tusayan, near the South Rim, and offers a one-of-a-kind view of the canyon. Grand Canyon helicopter tours can also be booked from Las Vegas.

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    Combine a self drive with a city stay or an escorted tour with a cruise.

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