Visiting the Grand Canyon is one of the quintessential American experiences, along with voting in free elections and crashing on the Statue of Liberty’s couch. Pledge allegiance to a natural wonder with this Groupon.
$76 for Tour of Grand Canyon’s South Rim (Up to $129 Value)
Spend 5–8 hours exploring the sweeping vistas of Grand Canyon National Park. Each tour includes a picnic lunch, icy sodas and water, and pick-up and drop-off services for all hotels in Flagstaff, Williams, and Tusayan. Browse the FAQs for more info.
Angel's Gate Tours
The experienced guides at Angel's Gate Tours might not live in the Grand Canyon, but they come pretty darned close. They spend most of their days traversing the trails of Grand Canyon National Park, picking up tidbits of local lore and wilderness knowledge as they go. All of this recon work pays off during their all-inclusive explorations. After transporting guests to and from select area hotels in air-conditioned vehicles, they share their stories and expertise during tours along the canyon’s rim or adventure hikes into the rugged backcountry. Whether they’re traversing one of the canyon’s sky islands or descending into stalactite-strewn caverns, guests remain in capable hands; in addition to their expertise in geology and wildlife, all guides also bear certification in wilderness medicine.
100% of 13 customers recommend
“My daughter and I took a tour to the Grand Canyon from Sedona on December 27. The tour guide was excellent, very knowledgeable and made the tour interesting, we...”
“My daughter and I took a tour to the Grand Canyon from Sedona on December 27. The tour guide was excellent, very knowledgeable and made the tour interesting, we really enjoyed it.”
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“It was the best! The tour of the grand canyon turned out to be a once in a life experience. We were there on November 29 2013, when the phenomena of the fog covering...”
“It was the best! The tour of the grand canyon turned out to be a once in a life experience. We were there on November 29 2013, when the phenomena of the fog covering the grand canyon appeared. The tour guide, Richard was the best. Kept me hanging on his every words. His life experiences revolving around the Sedona history and his own experiences was a spiritual journey,”