Declared a National Park in 1919, the jewel of Arizona now welcomes approximately 5 million people a year. Explore the North Rim (open May-October), if you are travelling from Las Vegas or the National Parks of Utah or alternatively, the busier South Rim (open year-round), if you are coming from Arizona. This national treasure can be explored by hiking, train, mule, a jeep tour, helicopter ride and for the adventurous, white water rafting. Please enquire for further details of rafting and helicopter excursions.
Situated over two hours from Phoenix and an hour and a half from the Grand Canyon National Park, Flagstaff is an ideal and more affordable option to staying within the park itself. Flagstaff was once a stop on the famous Route 66 en route to California and today you can still follow the historic route which includes a walking tour of the visitor's centre, Santa Fe Plaza and several restaurants and motels.