South Rim Grand Canyon is one of the favorite tours of sightseers at the national park! The South Rim is the most visited attraction in the state of Arizona. There are numerous reasons to visit the Grand Canyon South Rim tour for your next vacation, and here are just a few we think are worth mentioning.
The South Rim is easily accessible and open year round! This makes it the perfect choice for you to visit any time. It is also most accessible from major cities such as Las Vegas, Nevada or Phoenix, Arizona. There are a myriad of visitor services located near the South Rim, which makes it popular for family travel.
The South Rim is known for its expansive views from more than 7,000 feet above sea level. From nearly two-dozen vantage points, you can take in the magnificent rock formations, enjoying a picturesque view at each one. Plenty of photo opportunities abound at the South Rim; in fact, pictures from the South Rim are most often seen on postcards and calendars. (And that Instagram feed, too!)
One of the most popular spots for viewing the Grand Canyon is Mather Point. Located a short distance from the Visitor’s Center, Mather Point has two overlook stations where you may view parts of the world-famous Bright Angel and South Kaibab Trails. Mather Point is an ideal spot to view numerous rock cliffs and get an up-close look at some of the canyon’s forested areas.
Our Grand Canyon bus tour will allow you to relax in comfort while our knowledgeable tour guides safely transport you to and from the South Rim Tour. On the way, we’ll make several memorable stops, including at Hoover Dam, historic Seligman Arizona, and Bright Angel Lodge. There are plenty of photo opportunities and chances to mingle with fellow guests as you embark on this once-in-a-lifetime journey.
Spots for our South Rim tour go fast, so it is important you make reservations right away. To schedule your day trip, please contact us.