Traveling to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim

Visiting the Grand Canyon was and awe-inspiring view. The huge openings in the land will make everyone say WOW! It’s a gift from past generations and the beauty and size humble us. There are various points to go to while exploring the grand tour. Mohave point and Hopi point are only two stops that are at the Southern Rim of the canyon.

Getting there is relatively easy:

Or you can take the Grand Canyon railway from a town called Williams. It takes about two hours. While on the railway you will experience many different western characters singing, performing and telling jokes. Serving light snacks and drinks.

I recommend traveling to Arizona by airplane and renting an automobile. Tthere are plenty of places to stay. Although, I would make lodging reservations before arriving makes life easier. Maswik Lodge is one place to mention because that is where we stayed while visiting.

The SOUTH RIM is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Services are available and facilities are open year round.

Grand Canyon village (SOUTH RIM) is located 60 miles north of Interstate 40 at Williams via highway 64, and 80 miles northwest of Flagstaff , via highway 180. Free shuttle service is available year round throughout Grand Canyon village.

March – November free shuttle service is available along Hermit Road . When the Hermits Rest shuttle bus is running, Hermit Road is closed to private vehicles. Taxis are also available.

Some tours that can be affordable if you plan ahead of time are as follow.

AirStar Helicopter Tours fly over the Grand Canyon, providing a spectacular aerial tour without equal. Advanced technology makes the A-Star the Queen of sightseeing helicopters. State-of-the-art design gives you the SMOOTHEST and QUIETEST RIDE of any tour airplane or helicopter flying the Grand Canyon.

Visit the stunning waterfalls of Havasu, hike Rim to Rim, visit historic Old West Trading Posts .

Off road tours through the Kaibab National Forest and to the edge of the Grand Canyon. Professional guides discuss the eco-system, geology, and the local lore while searching for elk and deer in their open-air 4×4 safari vehicles. Native American history is discussed at the Ancient Indian Painting site.

At the Grand Canyon Deer Farm you don’t just look at the deer. You walk among them, touch them, and let them eat right from your hand. Established in 1969, we have a variety of friendly animals that can’t wait to meet you. Bring your family. They offer group rates.

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