Grand Canyon Trip Fee and Schedule
Your adventure private group tour to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon from Phoenix AZ includes VIP pickup and return to your Phoenix or Scottsdale hotel, picnic lunch at the Canyon, water, snacks and park entry fees.
Season: All year weather permitting
Approximate Tour Time:
Departs at 7:00 AM
Private Tour Fee:
$1395 for first 4 guests total
$100 each additional guest
$90 per child 3 to 15 years-old
9th guest is free
Maximum of 9 guests
Fees exclude guide gratuity
This private tour includes a one-day trip to the Grand Canyon South Rim with a bonus journey through Sedona, Arizona plus an ascent of scenic Oak Creek Canyon. The three most visited places in Arizona. Tour in a Mercedes Benz Touring Van customized for VIP comfort with reclining Captains chairs, lots of leg room, tall 6′ 3” ceilings, large unobstructed viewing windows, and easy entry. Groups are limited to a maximum of 9 guests.
All Silver Spur Tours including the Tour of the Grand Canyon from Phoenix and Scottsdale are “Private Group Tours”. Its presented tours are suggested itineraries based on the most popular requests. Your private group may customize tours to the group’s preferences providing the allotment of time is not exceeded. Groups may choose to spend more or less time at an attraction, or replace an attraction with a different point of interest.
VIP Group Pickup. Your group will be met at its point of lodging in the Phoenix or Scottsdale area. As a private tour there no multiple stops giving you more time for sightseeing.
Head To Sedona. A scenic drive through the Sonoran Desert with large stands of Saguaro Cacti to Sedona. Enjoy a short scenic drive through one of America’s top-rated vacation destinations.
Ascent up Oak Creek Canyon. A 2,000 foot winding drive up Oak Creek Canyon once described as One of the Top 5 Scenic Drives in America by Rand McNally.
On To Flagstaff. Pass through thick forests of Ponderosa pine trees and incredible views of San Francisco Peaks, the highest mountain range in Arizona, home to the Snowbowl Ski Resort.
Little Colorado River Gorge. The Gorge is formed by the Little Colorado River right before it converges with the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon. Shop at the outdoor Navajo Indian marketplace.
West-End Views of the Painted Desert. Passing through the Navajo Indian Reservation, view distant edges of the Painted Desert. Ancient civilizations made this area home for thousands of years.
Reach The Grand Canyon. Enter the east-end which is less crowded and features some of the best views of the Grand Canyon. On a clear day you can see where the Colorado River flows into the Canyon.
Desert View Watchtower. Built in 1932 as a replica of a prehistoric Indian tower. Climb 70 feet to the top of the tower and experience the highest overlook views of the Canyon. Astounding views of Comanche Point and the Colorado River.
Desert View Scenic Drive. About a 25-mile scenic drive along the edges of the Canyon with stops at Navajo and Moran Points as we progress towards Grand Canyon Village. Picnic lunch will be served.
On To Yavapai Point and Museum of Geology. Experience more breathtaking views. Guests are encouraged to stroll the 1.5 mile easy journey along the Trail of Time along the edges of the canyon to the Historic Area of the Grand Canyon at the Village. There will be free time to explore at your own pace.
Tour of The Grand Canyon is Complete. After a short stop at the Double Eagle Trading Post, kickback and relish the memories of an unimaginable journey as we return to Phoenix or Scottsdale AZ.
All Photos Compliments of Mike Koopsen