- 12 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
This is truly the most complete Grand Canyon day trip available anywhere! In addition to magnificent Grand Canyon overlooks, you’ll view lava flow fields from Arizona’s most recent volcanic eruption, ancient Native American ruins and panoramic Painted Desert views. Along the way, you’ll travel some of the state’s most scenic roadways and make a stop at a historic Navajo trading post.
- Family friendly
- All entrance fees included
- All-inclusive tour
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Lunch included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Sedona & Flagstaff hotel pickup/drop-off
- Volcanic Lava Field
- Ancient Native Ruins
- Multiple Stops at the Grand Canyon National Park
- Local Sales Tax
- Lunch included at the historic Cameron Trading Post
- Water will be supplied on the tour
- Entry/Admission - Wupatki National Monument
- Gratuity for the Guide
- 15% - 20% is average gratuity for your guide if you enjoyed your tour
Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
Traveler pickup is offered
Hotel Pick Up in Sedona
7 - 7:30: Sedona Hotel
8 - 8:30: Flagstaff Hotel
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
Returns to original departure point
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Grand Canyon South Rim, Highway 64, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023
Tour East Rim to South Rim
Pass By: Oak Creek Canyon, Route 89A, Sedona, AZ 83149
Top 10 Scenic Drive
Stop At: Wupatki National Monument, 25137 N. Sunset Crater-Wupatki Loop Rd., Flagstaff, AZ 86004-2759
Native American Ruins
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Grand Canyon Village, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023
Shopping and Views
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, U.S 89 to Sunset Crater - Wupatki Loop road, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Cameron Trading Post, US Highway 89, Cameron, AZ 86020
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Great Ventures Day Tours, Sedona, AZ
Located in Sedona
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Dress code is casual, layers are suggested for fall, winter and spring months
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Great experience, our guide Steve was very knowledgeable of the area. We were a family of four with two teenagers.
Our guided Grand Canyon tour was just great! Our driver/guide was Andrea (ahn-DRAY-ah) and she was terrific. She was very knowledgeable of the northern Arizona area and many other things, including history, geology, flora and fauna. In addition, she was very funny and entertaining. I highly recommend this tour.
The Grand Canyon is overwhelming, and we were also taken to see the Sunshine Crater, a 1,000 year old Indian village and the Painted Desert. All led by a charming guide who talked us through it while driving, and found the best places for viewing. Lunch was included at an Indian trading station.
Mark, our tour guide is a fantastic guide. You can tell he really likes his job! He was interesting and funny. He grew up in the area and knows the Grand Canyon extremely well.
Our guide, Sheldon, was excellent, We encourage those looking for a trip to the Grand Canyon to consider this tour. The stop at the ruins was informative followed by the Cameron Trading post and Sheldon's recommendation for a Navajo lunch vs American lunch.
Charlie, our tour guide, was awesome. He was very knowledgeable, friendly, and considerate. It was a wonderful tour of the Grand Canyon as well as several other stops. I highly recommend this tour to anyone who wants to see the best views and learn so much about the entire area.
I was impressed with the knowledge of the guide.it was really nice. He gave us plenty of water to drink. He picked us up at the hotel. We got to see different views of the canyon also the red rock formations. The lunch was good and plentiful.
Really interesting guide who was very knowledgable about the tour stops. We enjoyed learning about the landscape and native peoples. The views of the Grand Canyon were amazing!! We only wished that we could spend more time at each stop to take pictures and admire the views. The small van was comfortable and gave it a more personal touch. Lunch as very good!!
Our guide Kevin made our tour so very worth it. He is very knowledgeable and our group saw things they had never seen before and learned so much. Kevin was always so helpful and I was so amazed how he remembered all our names and made all feel so included and I personally felt it was the best tour I'd been on. Kevin has a wonderful sense of humor and it kept us alert and so interested all the time. I definitely would recommend this tour company.
We were very fortunate to be guided by Brian a highly knowledgable scholar of the indian cultures that existed and continue to exist in the 21st century southwest. While he sounded professorial, he added a lot of wonderful humor and entertainment and mixed the cultural golden nuggets with humor. He is worth more than Coronado's Seven Cities of Gold. One more thing, thank you for sharing your 50's Golden Oldie's your grandmother and you listened to probably in the seventies.We loved them.
Kevin, our tour guide made the trip a great experience. Within a few minutes he knew us all by name and what each of our interests for the trip were. He made sure each person got what they came for whether it was the sites we visited, information about our specific interest, the culture, the influence and rich history of the American Indians, or the animals, plant life, etc...He knew it all. We viewed three sides of the Grand Canyon. Kevin knew how to avoid the crowds the entire day. Also visited a volcanic lava site, an ancient Indian Ruins site, ate lunch at an authentic Indian Restaurant, witnessed a beautiful sun set, and saw many animals including antelope, deer, and more. A great trip.
The guide was late picking us up at the hotel so we had to cut out one part of the tour, but we made it up at the Canyon itself. Guide was very knowledgeable and personable. We made 5 stops along the south rim and stayed the appropriate amount of time. overall, a great experience!
This is a great tour. Small 16 passenger bus, very knowledgeable drivers/tour guides, and they take you to several places along the rim of the Grand Canyon, some of which most tourists don't know, so you have it pretty much to yourself for viewing and photo ops. And it is an all day tour, not some quicky two hour thing.
There is no way we could have seen, experienced and learned so much without our brilliant tour guide Lynn. She picked us up in Sedona, the tour was full 12 people, but we all saw and learned so much. This was my first trip to Sedona and the Grand Canyon, my husband saw it as a child. Even though it wasn't new to him, the information Lynn shared with us all was interesting and well above and beyond anything we would have expected. The tour is a little pricey, but I would do it again without question. This is an exceptional way for a first timer to experience the brilliance of the National Park, the monuments, the wildlife, the canyon, and the surrounding areas.
I thought this would be just a Full Day Grand Canyon Tour. Turns out the first leg of the trip was to the Wupatki National Monument to learn about a lot of the history of the area. Great info here! Then drove to Cameron in the Navajo Nation for lunch. Get the Navajo Taco! Come with a BIG appetite.1st Grand Canyon stop was Desert Watch Tower. Great look at the Canyon from here. After a few more favorite stops for great pix, our very knowledgeable Hopi guide, Ron, took us to our last stop at El Tovar Hotel in the Village. Great pix here too. Get something to eat and drink? here 'cause you have a looong drive back to Flagstaff. Returned to Flagstaff by 7:45pm. This is a loooong trip. Water is provided. Take some snacks and whatever else gets you through the 225 mile, 5 hours of travel. Worth it? Yeah. Ron's a great guide. Grand Canyon is a great attraction.
What a fabulous day!! Sheldon our guide maximized the time by starting us off with a visit to Sunset Crater Volcano to view and walk on the lava trail before heading off to Wupatki Pueblo which was inhabited during the 1100s by a farming community. Super cool!! Sheldon's in depth knowledge of the region and history provided us with a non-stop commentary as we drove through the Navajo reservation and ended up at the Trading post for a hearty lunch whic included Navajo tacos. Onwards to the Grand Canyon where we stopped at 6 views of the Canyon including the watch tower. Finished off by seeing a number of elk by the side of the road and a great explanation of the geology. Highly recommended!!
This Tour is amazing but long. We saw so much and there is no way one can see everything in one day. The guide was terrific and so knowledgeable. This was our second tour here from Sedona with Viator and we will book with them again in the Future.
We have used Viator several times and have never been disappointed with the results. This is a don't miss tour if your are in the area. Our guide, Chris, was wonderful. Not only did he know the history, geological detail, but shared stories and facts that you will only get from someone that has lived iin the area. This tour was great for us - we had our car but wanted to be able to look and enjoy the scenery without worrying about driving. I highly recommend.
This was a memorable day that we will never forget!