Clear out your memory cards because you're going to want to take lots of photos on this day trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. You'll board a luxury SUV for a scenic ride through some of the richest mining areas in Nevada. A continental breakfast, snacks and water are included.
Along the way to one of the seven natural wonders of the world, you'll soak up desert views of northern Arizona's ancient volcano and crater-like caldera. You may even recognize some of the rock formations as you approach Kingman, Arizona, they've been in the background of many classic western films.
The journey continues on the world-famous Route 66, through antelope and wild mustang country until you arrive in Peach Springs, Arizona on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. Your 22 mile descent to the canyon floor starts from here, on a secret passage that has been used by the Hualapai Indians for centuries. This is the deepest part of the Grand Canyon, so there are many unique and photo-worthy vistas with more flora and fauna (and even water) than you thought existed in the desert.
Who says you have to go to the ocean to enjoy a beach? A picnic lunch will be provided right along the sandy shores of the mighty Colorado River.
Then it's back on the road to the beautiful West Rim. You'll enjoy impressive views of a 10-mile-long dry lake, the 900 year old Joshua Tree Forest and Guano Point. This is arguably the most photogenic view of the Grand Canyon and you'll be happy your expert guide was there to lead you to it.
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