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Grand canyon historical and natural blossom place at the situated south Western part of Arizona in the United States .6 million years ago origin grand canyon from Colorada river. Day by day Colorada river erosion is the main cause formatting grand canyon. It is very deeply canyon approximately 4000ft (1220meters) and length is very long approximately 277 miles(445km), width 4 to18 miles(6.4to 29 km).It covered a total area of 4,926 km2. Its canyon makes the opportunity to see Earth’s different geologic phases and representation by the layer of different types of rocks walls. A national park is a habitation various unique ecosystems apex from forestland to desert, distribute ecological refuge for many animals and plants, innumerable endangered species. Most beautiful places the Kaibab National Forest, the Hualapai Indian Reservation, the Parashant National Monument, the Navajo Nation and. Havasupai Indian Reservation.  Grand Canyon  The biological province with the Rocky Mountains and geographical area called the Colorado Plateau. The Colorado River flows through not only Grand canyon but 7 states, however, the Grand Canyon National Park is inside the Arizona state borders. While Arizona popular the Grand Canyon State, connected other recreational state examples the Lake Mead National Recreation Area borders the Grand Canyon in Nevada and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is in Utah. 


The Grand Canyon is located in the northwest Arizona of South America. Nearby to the borders of Canyon North Rim are Page, Arizona and Kanab, Utah, Nevada, South Rim are Tusayan, Williams, and Flagstaff. Page Arizona is a town is situated approximately 120 miles Northeast of the Grand Canyon North Rim. Kanab, Utah is situated about 80 miles Northwest of the Grand Canyon National Park North Rim.Tusayan 2 miles distance to the south of the main southern gateway to the Grand Canyon and from the Grand Canyon Village about 7 miles far. Williams of Arizona city is located about 60 miles south of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona is the nearest major city is located around 80 miles southeast of the Grand Canyon National Park.


How to Go:

Foreign tourist’s best way to go to grand canyon use aircraft. Near two airports to reach Grand Canyon. Flagstaff Airport is the near airport to Grand Canyon National Park South Rim Pulliam Airport (FLG) distance approximately 8o miles. Kaibab national forest, Prescott national forest, Coconino national forest middle point Flagstaff airport. Airport to grand canyon usage of many kinds of transport for example trains, buses ( Arizona Shuttle) and car, taxi cap are available here.

Landing Flagstaff airport If we choose to train to go grand canyon. First, we go to Flagstaff airport to flagstaff railway station distance only 7km. So three-way goes to the airport. walking 1h 42minute take time, cheapest rate$14-$16 take only 9-minute use uber, fasted way taxi under 9 minute take amount $15-$18.Flagstaff to Grand Canyon distance104 km (65miles) trains ticket $75.Station to Grand canyon nation park 7.4 miles far

Bus cheapest way to reach the grand canyon. 2h 20 minute take time. $49-$66 cost.
Cheapest way because cost $8-$13 .1h 37minute take the time
Private transportation: 
It cost very highly at $186.take time1h 37 minutes.
Medium type transport not high cost $140-$160 minimum take time 1hour 37minute.

The weather of Grand Canyon:

Summer Season (June – August):
Temperatures are generally 80+ºF at the South Rim and 100 ºF (38 ºC) at the bottom of a bit over in the Grand Canyon.

Spring Season (March-May):
Cooler but conditions are variable. Average temperatures Ain the inner-canyon ranges from a low of 55 ºF to a high of 82 ºF.

Fall (September – November):
Fall weather is cooler but conditions are variable. Rain showers to light snow are probable on the South Rim as the height is at 6,800 ft. with temperatures ranging from a high of 62 ºF to a low of 34 ºF. Ranges from a low of 55 ºF to a high of 82 ºF Average temperatures at Phantom Ranch in the inner-canyon

Winter (December – February):
Average temperatures on the South Rim range from a high of 43 ºF to a low of 20 ºF. Average temperatures at Phantom Ranch, Range from a high of 58 ºF to a low of 38 ºF. The South Rim stay open during the winter season.

Average Temperature:

Temperature (F): Highest Lowest
January 45 18
February 47 21
March 53 25
April 61 29
May 72 36
June 82 43
July 86 51
August 82 50
September 76 43
October 65 33
November 53 24
December 45 18

Average Precipitation:

Month Precipitation (%)
January 1.54
February 1.5
March 1.73
April 1.02
May 0.5
June 0.32
July 1.87
August 2.39
September 1.44
October 1.33
November 1.48
December 1.27

Best Time to Visit Grand Canyon:

(March-May) This time is spring season one of the best times to visit the Grand Canyon. Temperatures are on the rise, and the throngs of summer travels have yet to reach. As take in mind that a few areas of the park –like the North Rim – may still be off-limits due to stable snow. Also, the canyon’s differing elevation set it difficult to stay ahead of the weather. Although highs lean-to range between the low 70s and 50s, temperatures can rimple drastically. Pack abundance of layers

Summer(June –August) is peak season, it’s easy to see. From mid-May to mid-September, the park sees long, sunny days with temperatures postpone anywhere increase 40 and 85 degrees. However, canyon breezes can make up the sun’s rays, creating it difficult to tell if you’re getting inflame. Make sure to pack a cap and galore of sunscreen. Temperatures can also vary throughout the park: Areas near the Colorado River tend to be hot, while the North Rim can achieve chilly. Heavy storms are regular throughout July, but they never last a long time. This is also the time when all the park’s convenience – on both the North and South Rim – are open for. If you plan on staying in the park, book well in advance since rooms and campgrounds tend to cover up speedily. If you want to like the crowds, target to lay the trails by 10 a.m. at the rear.

Autumn marks(September-November another suitable spot for Grand Canyon tourism. All level people gather in here With the kids back in school and parents back to work, there are far fewer traveler competing for resort rooms and trail territory. Temperatures are this time range from the mid-70s to mid-20s, so make sure to pack several warm clothes. you’ll find that more amenities and trails are open around September and October, but once the snow begins to fall down, you can count on around (particularly the North Rim area) to be out of commission.

Where to stay:

You stay near grand canyon resorts or hotels. Various types of hotels in different types of range. you desire to take your budget Less than $70 Hotels and Resort:

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Williams (Hotel rank 4.4)

Popular amenities:

  • The indoor pool and outdoor pool
  • Breakfast included
  • Free Parking
  • Air Conditioning
  • Gym
  • Business Services
  • Laundry
  • Room Service
  • Housekeeping
  • Free Wi-Fi( Available in all rooms)
  • Parking and transportation

What’s nearby:

  • Thunder Eagle Native Art to take time 12 min walk
  • Buckskinner  Park to take time 15 min walk
  • Starbucks to take time8 min walk
  • Dairy Queen to take time 8 min walk
  • Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time36 min drive

Ramada by Wyndham Williams/Grand Canyon Area (Hotel Rank: 3.7)

Popular amenities:

  • Free WiFi
  • Parking and transportation
  • Pool
  • Air Conditioning
  • Business Services
  • Laundry
  • Housekeeping
  • Indoor pool
  • Refrigerator

14.What’s nearby

•   Thunder Eagle Native Art to take time11 min walk
•   Wild West Junction to take time 15 min walk
•   Jack in the Box to take time 1 min walk
•   Taco Bell to take time 1 min walk
•   Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time 34 min drive

 Days Hotel by Wyndham Flagstaff (hotel rank 3.8)

Popular amenities:

  • Pool
  • Air Conditioning
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Laundry
  • Hot Tub
  • Fireplace in lobby
  • Smoke-free property
  • Parking and transportation
  • Free Wi-Fi: Available in all rooms

What’s nearby

  • Theatrikos Theatre to take time 6 min drive
  • Heritage Square to take time 6 min drive
  • Subway to take time 1 min walk
  • Burger King to take time 1 min walk
  • Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time9 min drive

Howard Johnson by Wyndham Flagstaff I-40 East Lucky Lane

Popular amenities

  • Pool
  • Breakfast included
  • Free Parking
  • Air Conditioning
  • Housekeeping
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Parking and transportation
  • Outdoor pool
  • Refrigerator

What’s nearby

  • Heritage Square to take time3 min drive
  • Theatrikos Theatre to take time4 min drive
  • Denny’s to take time6 min walk
  • Northern Pines to take time8 min walk
  • Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field)9 min drive to take time

Howard Johnson by Wyndham Flagstaff I-40 East Lucky Lane

Popular amenities:

  • Outdoor pool
  • Breakfast included 
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Air Conditioning
  • Business Services
  • Laundry
  • Housekeeping
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Parking and transportation

What’s nearby

  • Heritage Square to take time 3 min drive
  • Theatrikos Theatre to take time 4 min drive
  • Denny’s to take time 6 min walk
  • Northern Pines to take time 8 min walk
  • Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time 9 min drive

Canyon Country Inn

Popular amenities:

  • Breakfast included
  • Air Conditioning
  • Housekeeping
  • Smoke-free property
  • outdoor Terrace
  • Free WiFi
  • Parking and transportation

What’s nearby
• Thunder Eagle Native Art to take time 3 min walk
• Wild West Junction to take time 8 min walk
• Francisco’s Mexican Food to take time1 min walk
• Jessica’s Family Restaurant to take time1 min walk
• Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time 37 min drive

GreenTree Inn Flagstaff

Popular amenities

  • Pool
  • Breakfast included
  • Air ConditionBusiness Service
  • Room Service
  • Housekeeping
  • Fireplace in lobby
  • Smoke-free property
  • Free WiFi
  • Parking and transportation

What’s nearby
• Flagstaff Extreme to take time18 min walk)
• Walkup Skydome) to take time4 min drive
• Subway) to take time 2 min walk
• IHOP) to take time 2 min walk
• Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time 6 min drive

Quality Inn Flagstaff East

Popular amenities

  • Pool
  • Breakfast included
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Air Conditioning
  • Business Service
  • Laundry
  • Housekeeping
  • Designated smoking areas (fines apply)
  • Free WiFi
  • Parking and transportation

What’s nearby

  • Theatrikos Theatre to take time7 min drive
  • Heritage Square to take time7 min drive
  • Denny’s 5 min walk to take time
  • Subway to take time 7 min walk
  • Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time 12 min drive

Budget Inn

Popular amenities

  • Smoke-free property
  • Free WiFi
  • Parking and transportation
  • Refrigerator

What’s nearby

  • Northern Arizona University to take time14 min walk
  • Flagstaff City Hall to take time16 min walk
  • Chick-fil-A to take time1 min walk
  • Dunkin’ Donuts1 min walk to take time
  • Flagstaff, AZ (FLG-Flagstaff Pulliam Field) to take time8 min drive

Best Restaurants in Grand Canyon:

  • Main Lodge Dining Room
  • 2. Phantom Ranch
  • 3. El Tovar Dining Room and Lounge
  • 4. Harvey House Cafe
  • 5. The Arizona Room
  • 6. Yavapai Tavern
  • 7. Maswik Pizza Pub
  • 8. RP’s Stage Stop Internet Cafe and Gift Shop
  • 9. Cameron Trading Post and Restaurant
  • 10. Hualapai Ranch
  • 11. Brewed Awakenings Coffee Co.
  • 12. Karma Sushi Bar

Best Foods in Grand Canyon:

  • Shrimp Enchiladas with Green Sauce Arizona Cornbread
  • Arizona Cornbread
  • Apple Walnut Cake
  • Snowman Oreo Balls
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Dream Bars
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake
  • Cast-Iron Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Brownies
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Shakes
  • Peanut Butter, Krispies and Chocolate Sandwich
  • Peanut Butter, Apple and Raisin Sandwich
  • Ranch Chicken Quesadillas
  • Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Chicken
  • Air-Fryer Crispy Curry Drumsticks

Best Things to Do in Grand Canyon:

Grand Canyon Village:

Grand Canyon Village is situated on the South Rim, National park of the Grand Canyon, in Coconino County, Arizona, in the United States. Its population was 2,004 (according to the 2010 Census). It covered total Area 34.71 km² and Elevation: 2,074 m .most attractive place in Grand Canyon villageGrand Canyon Village is the popular entrance into the park. During, Spring, summer, and fall in this season tourist-heavy crowds in the peak. Grand canyon village one of the best places to sight the canyon. Visitors specific appreciate the amenities of Grand Canyon Village, highlighting its conveniences like markets, gift shops, restaurants, and even enough parking space.

  • The Grand Canyon Railroad Depot.
  • The Horace M. Albright Training Center
  • El Tovar Hotel
  • El Tovar Stables
  • AT& SF Employee residence
  • Grand Canyon Power Hous
  • Bright Angel Lodge
  • Buck O’Neil Cabin
  • Hopi House
  • Look-Out Studio
  • Kolb Studio
  • Verkamp’s Curio Store
  • Yavapai Point,

Grand Canyon National Park:

1. Grand Canyon North Rim:

 The best gateway to the park’s North Rim is situated 30 miles distance south of Jacob Lake on Highway 67. 212 miles is the trace from the South Rim. Grand Canyon Shuttle Service’s most popular make daily Rim to Rim trips. Most important that Service cannot be unlimited in the winter season. Lodging is available at the Grand Canyon but, the only available lodge on the North Rim and one campground. Every night average cost of $200for the lodge, and reservations (the earlier the better) is an absolute must. In fact, guests can book their overnight accommodations at least 13 months in advance of their stay. Keep mind that the North Rim is only open May to October for visitors. Obtainable amenities involve a visitor center, which houses informative exhibits staffed by park rangers, bookstore and bathrooms. North Rim center is open from mid-May to mid-October 15 time duration from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Grand Canyon North Rim
Grand Canyon North Rim

Popular visiting spots in the North Rim involve Bright Angel Point, which permits sight of the Roaring Springs. North Rim is only a packed water resource. You should also swing by the 8,803-foot royal Point and North Rim on the highest point.

2. Grand Canyon South Rim:

South Rim is located 60 miles Grand Canyon National Park’s north of Williams. Arizona (through pathway  64 from Interstate 40). Flagstaff of 80 miles northwest (via route 180). The Grand Canyon remains fully within the state of Arizona The Southern Rim is the most developed and most popular part of the Canyon. This generates it the most get at able, but also the busy by far way. Most interesting place near south RimSunrise at Mather Point.

  • Explore the main Visitor Center.
  • Hermit Road Riding the shuttle along the rim
  • Take a little hike part of South Kaibab Trail, Rim Trail, or. Bright Angel Trail
  • The Trail of Time Walking

National Park (North rim and South rim) entry fees – $30 per vehicle. West Rim entry package – $46.65 per person. Helicopter tours in South Rim – $199 per Tourist.

Grand Canyon South Rim to distance other near monumental place:

  • Grand Canyon National Park distance 0.47 mi
  • Bright Angel Trail distance 0.83 mi
  • Kolb Studio distance 0.8 mi
  • Grand Canyon Visitor Center South Rim Distance 0.78 mi

3. Bright Angel Trail:

The Bright Angel Trail is a hiking trail situated in Grand Canyon National Park state of Arizona in the U.S.The Bright Angel Trail is regarded as the Grand Canyon National park prime hiking trail. Elevation change river to rim from is 4460 ft (1360 m)and along a 7.8 mile (12.6 km) trail, Enough maintain, covered rest houses, graded for the stock, with fresh drinking water. Without question the safest Bright Angel Trail in Grand Canyon National Park. There is a ranger station located at the trail’s near halfway point. Bright Angel Campground at the underneath of the Grand canyon. Visitors hiking for the first time at Grand Canyon often use Bright Angel trail. Particularly during hot weather, it makes sense to ascend via the Bright Angel Trail because of emergency phones, fresh drinking water, regular sufficient shadow.

Bright Angel Trail to distance to near monumental places:

  • Grand Canyon South Rim distance to 0.83 mi
  • Grand Canyon National Park distance to 0.84 mi
  • Grand Canyon Village distance to 0.76 mi
  • Hermit Road distance to 0 mi
  • Pipe Creek Beach is about 7.5 miles
  • The South Kaibab Trail is 6.8 mile
  • Bright Angel Campground and the Bright Angel Trail is 9.3 miles

4. Rim Trail:

The Grand Canyon’s edge is the Rim Trail is located on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona in the U.S state. It is a 13 miles far trail between west to Hermit’s Rest Trailhead the South Kaibab. The Rim Trail enlarge from the Grand Canyon village area to Hermits Rest. The Village Begin from all viewpoint sees to Hermit Road. The Rim Trail pourparler topnotch walking for absolute views of the inner canyon for visitors who desire an easy hike. Customize your hike to meet your needs By using the shuttle buses. Part of the trail is accessible. The full length about 13-mile paved trail perfect hiking or biking the trail will take in from Hermit’s Rest, North Kaibab Trail to Bright Angel main path Trail the Grand Canyon Village’s. Tourists enjoyed the variety offer along the trail, from crowded tourist points to more depopulate stretches that permit an exemption to nature. Recent travelers say that the mop is thick on the east side, near restaurants, the gift shops, and lodging. Remarked the trail on the accessibility most special would be open to wheelchairs and strollers. Retain in mind Grand Canyon Village and Hermit’s Rest are only freshwater available, so you’ll need to pack abundant water to stay. The trail is for nothing to entry with park entrance fees.

5. North Kaibab Trail:

The North Kaibab Trail is the most famous for hiking. Located at the North Rim side of the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona in the U.S. state. The North Kaibab Trail is the sustain and maintains the entire length into the north rim in the Grand Canyon. It takes 14 miles from its trailhead to Bright Angel Campground and the Colorado River. take most hikers maximum 4 and 5 hours to reach the campground on either trail The North Kaibab Trail is the nominal visited but most important and most difficult of the three trails maintained at Grand Canyon National Park. Maximum a thousand feet supreme at the trailhead than South Rim trails and hikers on the North Kaibab Trail pass within all kinds of types ecosystem to be found between Mexico and Canada. At the rim, hikers will glimmer the vast maw of Bright Angel Canyon ferns and wildflowers, through fir trees and aspen. The trail descends, however, the Red wall Limestone is blasted straight into the cliff, “literally broken from solid rock in the half-adit layer. lower the ecology development so that hikers look up at the surrounding canyon walls within a blend of riparian and excellent desert vegetation. Includes the way, Roaring Springs and Ribbon Falls between awarding side trips that are excellently juxtaposed to the sometimes hot conditions of the main trail. Built the 1920s to contest the characteristic and domination of the South Kaibab Trail, recently North Kaibab Trail replaced an older gateway notorious for shore Bright Angel Creek 94 times (recently trail crosses only 6 times). While it is powerfully constructed don’t be deceived by the apparent ease and opportunity of hiking it; from first to last, the North Kaibab Trail it has hard challenges.


6. Havasu Falls:

Havasu Falls is a waterfall of Havasu Creek is situated within Havasupai tribal lands the Grand Canyon National park of Arizona in the United States. Havasu stands for “blue-green water” and pai for”people” Reason name of Havasupai because an American Indian people are a tribe who have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least 800 years.Havasu Fall is photographed fall in the Grand Canyon. The water temperature is below 70 degrees. The pool is 4 to 5 feet deep in most places.The water remains at about 70 °F (21 °C) all year around. The creek is known for its blue-green color and unique travertine composition. This is containing large amounts of calcium carbonate in the water that formed the limestone that causes lines the creek reflects color so powerful. Havasu Falls is the best waterfall for swimming and more powerful than Navajo Falls. Yet altogether swimmable and non-swimmers can pleasure the refreshing water in there and a large pool that’s maximum about 5ft (1.8m) deeply. Spring season is an excellent time of year to visit Havasu Falls Planning on hiking for 4-7 hours way take at least 2 liters of clean drinking water there is no water for the 8 miles until you reach the village of Supai Because the trail is dry and hot. May 15, so most of the Spring – hiking is comfortable. You can entry the Havasupai reservation take permit. You used to be able to take a day hike to see Havasu Falls but day hikes are no longer permit. To entry the Havasupai waterfalls, you will be needed either a camping permit Havasu Falls is so difficult. It is not possible to drive to Havasu Falls but you desire to drive you quite away from the nearest cities.The entrance fees will be $50 per person and up from $35. The camping fees will be $25 per person per night and up from $17, and the environment fees are duplication to $10 per person. Taxes are an additional issue. Most important that All visitors pay the entrance fees,

7. Colorado River Rafting

8. Grand Canyon Railway:

The Grand Canyon Railway is a heritage railroad that carries passengers which Williams, Arizona, and the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.Extend the 64-mile(103km) railroad and built by the Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, was completed on 17 September, in 1901 takes the time 2 hours and 15 minutes each way—45 minutes faster than past in 1901 when the train of first trip The arrival of trains led grown tourism to the area in this reason the railway company was instrumental in the formation of the Grand Canyon Village to distribute guests. recently, the railroad carries hundreds of passengers from the canyon every day and operates year-rotate.The entire Grand Canyon Railway has been sum up the National Register of Historic Places, recognizing the achievement the train has prepared for the history of the United States.

Train times:
Depart: Williams
Time: 9.30 am
Arrive: Grand Canyon Village
Time: 11.45 am
Depart: Grand Canyon Village
Time: 3.30 pm,
Arrive: Williams
Time: 5.45 pm

Five types of service are available (in 2015) prices
1. Coach Class: $75 adult, $45 children under 15

2. First Class :$149 adults, $115 children under 15
featuring more comfortable seating, free drinks, and snacks.

3. Observation Dome Class: $179 adults, $145 children under 15, no children under 3 permitted
which offers increased visibility due to an elevated, glass ceiling.

4. Luxury Dome Class: $215 adults, no children permitted)
travel in a carriage with a larger observation dome in the upper deck, and a lounge below.

5.Luxury Parlor Class: ($215 adults, no children permitted)
even more luxurious surroundings, plus access to a private bar and the open-air platform at the rear of the train.

9. Hopi Point

10. Grand Canyon Desert View Watchtower

11. Mather Point


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