A visit to the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Western USA, is a once in a lifetime experience! One of the biggest examples of erosion in the world, the Grand Canyon has stood tall for over 550 million years and is now a World Heritage Site. Spectacular views from all angles are guaranteed - from its rim, to the towering columns and buttresses of the inner gorges, to the Colorado River that runs along the floor of the canyon one mile below. The South Rim is home to the Grand Canyon Village, Hermits Rest and Desert View. 10 miles directly across the canyon, as the crow flies, and towering 1,000ft higher, you'll discover the North Rim. The Inner Rim is a haven for mule riders, hikers and river runners. Discover Lake Powell with its red rock towers, clear blue waters and sandy beaches. For a unique experience, take a round-trip on the Grand Canyon Railway from Williams, Arizona to the Grand Canyon National Park - a journey of 65 miles. Nearby you can also visit the Hoover Dam, Iceburg Canyon, Lake Mead, Bowl of Fire and the Valley of Fire. Combine a stay in Las Vegas with a trip to the Grand Canyon. Why not experience a holiday in the Grand Canyon this year and see what you're missing!
There are lots of things to see and do on a holiday in the Grand Canyon. The Grand Cayon National Park is just waiting to be explored! Take a flight over the Grand Canyon, the Indian Territory and surrounding desert landscapes by helicopter. Go white water or smooth water rafting along the Colorado River, as it passes through the Grand Canyon. Visit Death Valley by jeep. Enjoy a fishing trip on the Colorado River. Walk the Trail of Time between Yavapai Museum of Geology and the Verkamps Visitor Centre. Tour the scenic Hermit Road. Travel along Desert View Drive, a 25km route to the east of the Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim, taking you out to the Desert View Watchtower and East Entrance. Tour the North Rim Scenic Drive, visiting Point Imperial and Cape Royal along the way. Take a day trip to Las Vegas, for shopping and gambling galore.
The Grand Canyon doesn't offer much in the way of nightlife but there's a good selection of bars, cafe and restaurants dotted around the North and South rims to enjoy dinner and a drink either indoors or alfresco, with views of the canyon and its mystical sunsets.
There are many eateries to satisfy your tastebuds in the Grand Canyon. The South Rim has many restaurants, coffee shops and cafes to enjoy. The Inner Canyon has the Phantom Ridge Canteen for hearty breakfasts, packed lunches and dinner. The North Rim is home to dining rooms, openair cookout places, a saloon and camper store.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.
Popular destinations in the USA you may be interested in:
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Florida Keys, Fort Lauderdale, Grand Canyon, Hollywood, International Drive, Memphis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Seattle, USA Multi Centres, Walt Disney World, Washington DC
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