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Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip from Flagstaff or Sedona

  • See ancient ruins, lava fields, and volcanoes during this Grand Canyon tour
  • Visit the historic Cameron Trading Post on a Navajo reservation for lunch
  • Small-group tour limited to 14 people makes it easy to ask a guide questions
Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip from Flagstaff or Sedona
From US$164.03
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The Grand Canyon National Park is 1,902 square miles (4926.2 square kilometers), and it can be super intimidating to even think about navigating such a large area alone. This Grand Canyon guided tour makes it easy to explore the park’s most impressive areas without getting lost or overwhelmed. Plus, you'll stop by treasures such as Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument on your way to the South Rim and East Rim.
What to Expect
Your Grand Canyon tour starts with a pickup from either Flagstaff or Sedona, depending on which option you selected at checkout.

Your first stops on your way to Grand Canyon National Park include Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument.

Afterward, take a break for lunch at the historic Cameron Trading Post on a Navajo reservation before returning to the road.

Next up is your last stop at the Grand Canyon. Your guide takes you to vista points at both the East and South Rims. You’ll also get some free time to explore on your own away from your group.

Your Grand Canyon tour ends with a drop-off back in either Flagstaff or Sedona.
Reviews (328)
1 - 5 of 48 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Absolutely Amazing Tour

We are so glad that we opted to take this tour! Mark, our tour guide, was outstanding & very entertaining which was great in that you spent an entire day on the tour. We were picked up at our lodging and left the driving to...More

2  Thank Linda S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Grand Canyon tour

We had an Amazing day today with our super awesome guide,Catherine. She was punctual,knowledgeable,kind,she went above and beyond to entertain us from oak Creek Canyon to flagstaff to the Navajo reservation to the Grand Canyon! She’s so awesome! I will return because of her! Great...More

2  Thank OnAir553530
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Grand Canyon tour

What an amazing day. Steve our tour guide was a wealth of information and very entertaining. We stopped at the lava fields in Sunset Crater National Park, had. Nice lunch at the Cameron Trading Post and stopped at 4 spots at the Grand Canyon. The...More

2  Thank Claire G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
I’ve done tours and I’ve had guides

All over the world but almost none as deeply personal and involving as Ron, or Ronald was. A Native American, Hopi, he was able to speak to us about the land, the history, and the people(s) of the area in a way few people could,...More

3  Thank J.P. S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
What a blast

I got so much more than I ever expected. This was a small group, there were only 7 of us plus our guide Ty. He was such a kick. Had a ton of funny stories that kept us laughing. He had a fund of knowledge...More

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November 3, 2018|
Response from jim p | Reviewed this property |
We got picked up around 7 15 am and got back around 745 PM. All day and very well worth it.
November 2, 2018|
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Response from Claire G | Reviewed this property |
A little over 2 hours
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Response from jim p | Reviewed this property |
As someone who lives in south florida where we get rain every single day it can make it soggy. The trip is awesome. The lava fields you get to walk around, the ruins also. I would wear a poncho just in case. Its a great... More