The Grand Canyon Sunset Tour with Dinner from Flagstaff is a tour to the Grand Canyon from Flagstaff. You'll see the Painted Desert, the Little Colorado River Gorge, and the Historic Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Nation...but the highlights of this tour are seeing the Grand Canyon at Sunset followed by a delicious dinner with a spectacular view.
You've heard about it, now witness it for yourself! Nothing can compare to a Grand Canyon sunset.
Our first stop on the way to the Grand Canyon is at the Historic Cameron Trading Post. You will have the opportunity to browse the Native American artwork and shop for souvenirs. As we drive into the Grand Canyon's East entrance, through the Navajo Nation, you will see the Little Colorado River Gorge and The Painted Desert.
approximately 9 1/2 hours (varies seasonally)
12:00 noon daily
Tour includes free pick-up from designated Flagstaff hotels and resorts. Child age is 2 to 14 (children under 2 are free.) Please order online or call to order or for more information.
Our first stop in the Canyon is at the Desert View lookout on the East Rim. You will have plenty of time to take in the amazing views of the Colorado River and Painted Desert from the observation tower. Next we head to a second viewpoint which also offers spectacular views.
Our last stop is at Grand Canyon Village on the Canyon's South Rim. Here you will find many famous buildings, such as the El Tovar, Hopi House, and Bright Angel Lodge. You will have plenty of free time to explore the buildings, gift shop, or do some walking along the paved rim trail.
Dinner is served at the Arizona Room. This casual Southwestern-style steak house serves chicken, steak, and seafood. This restaurant's location provides canyon views from the dining room that are the best of any restaurant at the South Rim.
Then comes the grand finale -- sunset! No words can truly describe the beauty of the ever changing colors, light and shadows. A Grand Canyon sunset is one of those things that you must witness for yourself to truly appreciate. This is a tour you will never forget!
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What should I bring and what should I wear for my trip to the Grand Canyon?
You should wear comfortable shoes, a hat to keep your head protected from the sun, sunglasses, and sunscreen. It may be cool in the early morning or evening and can get very hot in the afternoons. A light shirt, shorts, and a rain jacket are recommended in warmer months. It does rain in Arizona so you may also want to carry an umbrella. Light day packs are great for carrying everything you will need and for filling up with all of the wonderful souvenirs that you will find at the many gift shops. Don't forget your camera with plenty of film.
Flagstaff Hotel Pick-up
Flagstaff pick up is limited to the following hotels:
If you stay at a Flagstaff hotel that is not on our list, you can meet the bus at one of these Flagstaff locations.
Tour includes free pick-up from designated Flagstaff hotels and resorts. Child age is 4 to 14. Please order online or call to order or for more information.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
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