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Grand Canyon Landmarks Tour by Airplane
"Set off from Grand Canyon National Park Airport on your morning or afternoon airplane tour of Grand Canyon landmarks. As you ride aboard a comfortable Vistaliner plane with panoramic windows listen to narration about the geologic forces that helped create the dramatic canyon and surrounding terrain and the various peoples who have lived there. Keep your camera ready as you fly over Zuni Point — one of the few lookouts on the South Ri a popular vista point on the South Rim and glimpse the gorgeous colors of the Painted Desert in the distance. See the remote North Rim including its highest viewpoint Point Imperial. Admire the Kaibab Plateau and dense greenery of the Kaibab National Forest before returning to Grand Canyon National Park Airport at the conclusion of your 40-minute aerial tour."""
From $150.00
 
H1 Hummer Adventure from Phoenix
"There’s a reason that the U.S. Army outfits its fleets with Humvees: They’re bold they’re versatile and they’re badass. The M998 Humvee is military-grade only but the Hummer H1 is the closest a civilian can get. This off-road vehicle is perfect for the rough-and-tumble tourist who prefers an up close and personal experience. Mud dirt water rocks—it’s all the same for the Hummer H1. Coast along desert trails high above the ground
From $163.00
 
Full Day: Grand Canyon Complete Tour from Flagstaff
"This scenery-packed tour begins with a drive along Highway 89a dubbed one of the most beautiful roads in America. The route continues through Flagstaff and then winds through fascinating lava flows at the base of Sunset Crater Arizona’s youngest volcano. It’s easy to see how this unusual peak earned its name. Next visit ancient Native American ruins at Wupatki National Monument. These prehistoric dwellings provide a glimpse into the culture of the area’s earliest residents.Of course the highlight of this comprehensive tour is the visit to Grand Canyon National Park. Nothing prepares visitors for the magnificence of this Wonder of the World. Stop for photos at breathtaking overlooks on the East and South Rim drives as your guide shar history flora and fauna of the Canyon and surrounding environs. Be sure to keep watch for abundant wildlife along the way. One of the stops will be Grand Canyon Village
From $153.00

More Transportation in Chiricahua National Monument

a great stopover

Chiricahua National monument is located 120 miles east of Tucson. Exit Interstate 10 at Willcox, and follow Arizona Route 186, 36 miles south to the Monument. There is a $5 per person charge to enter...
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richiecdisc
May 23, 2009

A Car is Needed

To get to Chiricahua you will need your own car. From highway I-10 exit at Willcox, then follow State Route 186 36 miles to the monument. There is no gasoline available in or near the monument, so be...
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KimberlyAnn
Apr 06, 2009

Get your gas in Willcox

Get your gas in Willcox. There is nothing from Willcox until Chiricahua National Monument. That is approx 35 miles to the park and another 10 once inside the park until the parking lots for hiking....
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paulscuba
Jun 17, 2007
 
 
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