Grand Canyon South Rim Bus & Helicopter Tour
The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. It attracts nearly 5 million visitors every year. It is believed that the Colorado River paved its way through the area about 5 to 6 million years ago.
Nearly 2 billion years of geological history can be seen at this location. The South Rim offers breathtaking views of the sunrise and sunset from 13 viewpoints, including famous ones such as Mather Point, Taki Point, and Hopi Point. At the magic hour, the Sun can be seen appearing and disappearing over the rim of the Canyon, casting deep shadows and magnifying the rough textures. It is an experience unlike any other you have ever seen.Your Experience
You will be picked up from your hotel at the stipulated time. An air-conditioned bus journey awaits you. The driver of the bus will also act as your guide and will provide entertaining and informative commentary on some of the sights on the way. The journey to the Grand Canyon is 5 hours, and the tour bus will stop at observation points in the Grand Canyon National Park to allow you to explore the region and takes some photos.
You can see your surrounding scenery change as you travel from the Colorado River Valley towards Arizona. The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is a stunning sight. The winding Colorado River can be seen at the bottom, and you can appreciate the forces of nature at work here. You can visit the Bright Angel Lodge, a set of log and stone cabins built in 1935, and learn about the history of the region.
Next, you will be taken on an unforgettable helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon’s Dragon Corridor. Catching sight of the snaking river between massive red and brown cliffs is something out of a magazine cover. The multiple layers of rock and their various hues will leave you spellbound. You can also see the entire barren desert to the southwest. The thrilling helicopter ride will last about 25-30 minutes. After this, you can enjoy a well-deserved lunch. You can continue to explore the South Rim and take some photos to remind yourself of this experience. Memorabilia and souvenirs can also be bought to remind yourself of this extraordinary experience.