In places as well-known as the Grand Canyon, it can sometimes be hard to narrow down what you want to see. Taking a self-guided Grand Canyon tour can guarantee that you’ll see all of the iconic sights, but if you’re a person who wants to know more about some of the park’s best places before […]
Planning a trip to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim? The South Rim is the most popular part of the Grand Canyon. Here, you can see sweeping views of the most iconic canyon in the world and step into the past at Grand Canyon Village. This guide will help point you toward some of the park’s […]
The Grand Canyon's popular South Rim is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. But not all of the park's facilities will be open all the time. For instance, the Yavapai Geology Museum is open year-round, but the Desert View Campground is only open from late April to mid-October.
The Grand Canyon’s popular South Rim is almost entirely open to your canine companion. Dogs have to be on a leash that’s 6 feet or less no matter where they are in the park. Know that dogs can’t go on shuttles and can’t be left alone - even in your car.
While most Grand Canyon tours can cost anywhere from $40 to even $100, you don’t need to break the bank to see this national park! Action Tour Guide’s Grand Canyon Tour costs only $9 and brings you to all of the best places the South Rim has to offer.