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Tuweep Tours

St. George, UT 84770
+1 435-703-4742
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Grand Canyon Trip W/ Dueling 7's Ranch tour The Grand Canyon's Best view we believe is the Toroweap, also known as the Tuweep, Overlook. You will be allowed to get out and walk around seeing different views of this spectacular canyon and taking countless pictures. After that breath taking veiw you will be driven to a working cattle ranch where, as a guest of the ranch you can take a look inside an old homestead and/or hike to a private canyon to see petroglyphs, only seen by those willing to explore and. A sack lunch and water are included in this tour. * min 3 adults.
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3 Apr 2016
“Awe Inspiring & Memorable Experience”
25 Nov 2015
“Awesome vistas but bring warm clothing”
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St. George, UT 84770
+1 435-703-4742
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Reviewed 3 April 2016

Nathan from Tuweep Tours provided our group of seven with an opportunity to experience a part of the Grand Canyon that we never would have had on our own. He was an excellent driver and guide. Appropriately friendly and informative, Nathan accommodated our wants and...More

Thank euhoting
Reviewed 25 November 2015 via mobile

Spent two nights camping at Tuweep - which requires a previously purchased permit and a high clearance four-wheel drive vehicle. Definitely plan for several hours of bumping driving and a couple days of taking in the sights. Bring extra water and trash bags as everything...More

Thank lgtobin
Reviewed 15 October 2015

The scenery was fantastic, the driver was an expert on traversing horrible roads (the National Park Service should be ashamed of such road conditions). It would have been nice to have had more time to learn more about the geology of the area, and the...More

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2  Thank ladannelly
Reviewed 15 October 2015

Our driver was on time, fun, informed and a very safe driver. We were comfortable and were given options and suggestions to suit us as group or individuals.

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1  Thank cmikkelson
Reviewed 13 October 2015

My 3 friends and I visited the Tuweep overlook with Tuweep Tours and we spent several hours there, having the entire Grand Canyon to ourselves for the first half of our stay. There are no fences at the edge. We laid down at the edge...More

2  Thank 957kerstin
Reviewed 14 July 2015

sometimes its nice to get away from the traffic of everyday life. Thats why i enjoyed this thourghly to have self reflection on how small we really are the massive landscape that is at this gorgeous site. thanks for the memories

Thank darleyh
Reviewed 14 January 2015

Tuweep is the new park service name for Toroweap. The 61 mile rough washboarded road (with no services) still has the old BLM signs for Toroweap. When you enter the park service, after driving in Toroweap Canyon for a while, the road gets much worse....More

1  Thank Walterman99
Reviewed 8 October 2014

Tuweep is remote even though it's accessible by car. The night time views of the stars is fantastic and without light pollution. The daytime hikes along the rim offer drop away views of 3000 feet. No hand rails here! Recommend staying the night and taking...More

3  Thank ua01682
Reviewed 30 September 2012

Tuweep was so remote, so gorgeous and raw.. I don't recommend it for everyone. If you love serenity, and no amenities.. this park is for you. If you're a running water, convenient stores and flush toilets type, then a day trip may fit you best....More

7  Thank MamaBison
Reviewed 2 August 2011

The 61 mile 4WD road to Tuweep is a "tire eater" so we booked a tour with Dreamland Safari Tours in Kanab UT to take us there. Will, our guide and one of the owners of Dreamland Safaris, not only handled the road he offered...More

6  Thank TravlerDebbie
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Allessandra J
17 August 2015|
Response from ndbarrow | Property representative | Reviewed this property |
Hello! You will absolutely not regret taking one of our amazing tours. You can go to our website under Tuweeptours where you can get most of the information needed in choosing a tour, time and booking it. Please know the... More