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The most developed area of Grand Canyon National Park, the South Rim offers amenities such as bus service, hotels and water stations, but is also more crowded than the North Rim. Scenic highlights include Pipe Creek Vista and Yavapai Point.
This was our second time to the GC and this time we decided to visit the South Rim where you have the village. You enter the National park and need to stop at the Watch tower where you will get the most amazing views of...More
Just loved it! We drove out from LA via Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam, took us about 12 hours with stops for fuel and photos, but it was so worth it.
Every angle you look at it looks like a painting. We walked various...More
For many years we had heard of the south rim and always were led to believe that it was the best. Well this year we made the long 5 hours ride to the South Rim . I was very disappointed . We have visited the...More
This is the more popular side of the Canyon, the more "civilized one" -- where you have all possible infrastructure to see as much as possible, while spending as little effort as possible.
You can go there by car, drive by the rim and stop...More
Tied in a south rim tour with train journey, seamless in organisation, What can you say, words are often superfluous to what you can see. Amazing, breathtaking and obviously incredible to take in the vastness from many positions around the south rim.
No matter how many times I visit the Grand Canyon it never misses to take my breath away, it’s truly Spectacular.. I’m not surprised it’s one of the 7 Wonders of the World it’s just so beautiful...$30 car pass valid for a week purchase at...More
There is so much to see here you really need to spend plenty of time to enjoy it. Use the shuttle buses to get around, ok you may have to queue sometimes, but the bus drivers are great entertaining individuals. A good trip is to...More
Just one word: awestruck. Pictures cannot justify how vast this canyon is. Moreover, knowing that I’ve only touched a slice of the canyon makes me even more amazed at how much there is to explore here.
The last time I was at the Grand Canyon I was 18 years old. Since then the National Park Service has instituted a shuttle system that takes guests to several points of interest along the south rim. There are multiple lines go shuttles taking people...More