Join one of our Day Tours to see the best of the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Antelope Canyon. We design our trips to be hassle-free and memorable. Our informative and professional guides will take you to the most spectacular viewpoints along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on Our Grand Canyon Day Tours from Flagstaff will take you to the most spectacular viewpoints along the South Rim, while our Antelope Canyon Day Tours and Horseshoe Bend Day Tours visit two must-see locations in the American Southwest.
Grand Canyon Day Tour
Spend the day exploring the the Grand Canyon with our Grand Canyon Day Tour. We visit the most scenic, informative, and memorable viewpoints along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, ensuring you will get the most out of your day at the Grand Canyon!
Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Day Tour
Pickup time: 8:15-8:45
Drop off time: 5:00-5:30
- Transportation from any hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona
- Professional, knowledgeable tour guide
- Picnic-style lunch, drinks, and snacks
- All entrance fees
- Comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots
- Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses
- Small backpack for personal items
- Gratuity for guide (industry recommendation is 10-20%)
-We can provide transportation to and from Sedona for parties of 5 or more. For smaller groups, we can meet you in Flagstaff on the morning of your trip.
Do you pickup from all Flagstaff hotels?
-Yes, with the exception of the Twin Arrows Casino, located approximately 30 minutes east of Flagstaff.
When should I book my trip?
-We recommend reserving your trip well in advance to ensure availability, as our trips fill up quickly.
What is your refund policy?
-All trips are fully refundable up to 7 days before your trip date. If inclement weather is anticipated on your trip date, you have the option to continue with the trip, change your booking date, or receive a full refund.
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Having a guided tour made for an easy and relaxing trip. Our driver/guide (Marcia) was passionate about the canyon and full of lots of facts and first hand experience of living and working in the canyon, which is much more interesting than simple turning up at a view point to peer over the edge.