Grand Canyon Sightseeing


Currently, the Park Service is not allowing us to mix groups due to COVID-19 safety procedures, so we are unable to provide this tour for less than 6 people. If you have a smaller group, please reach out to our company directly to discuss other options. Family-friendly sightseeing of the South Rim of Grand Canyon in style. Our customized Vans never have more than 9 guests, so you enjoy a comfortable tour with a knowledgeable, friendly, enthusiastic guide who loves what they do. We provide transportation from your hotel or campground in Williams, Tusayan, or Grand Canyon Village with everything you need to have a great time. Grab your camera and leave the lunch (Mar 15 - Oct 31)*, snacks, beverages, and driving to us!

Lunch ordered after booking: Roast Beef, Ham, Turkey, Vegetarian, PB & J. Gluten and/or dairy-free available upon request.

* In winter we take you to the El Tovar for lunch. You will be responsible for your own bill. The tour is automatically discounted $20 per person.


  • Mar 15 - Oct 31: A delicious picnic lunch is provided by Artisan's Kitchen
  • Please contact us with sandwich order after booking: Roast Beef, Ham, Turkey, Veggie, or PB&J
  • Gluten and/or Dairy Free sandwiches available upon request
  • A great selection of water, soft drinks, and snacks available all day. All you care to eat!
  • Spotting Scope All Fees and Taxes Hotel, Campground, Air B&B pickup and drop-off
  • Small group size limited to 10 people
  • Custom designed touring vehicle with leather bound captains chairs
  • Wheelchair and child car seats available

Departure & Return

Departure time

Around 10 AM, depending on the Hotel location

Pickup Time

After booking, the operator will contact you about pickup time.

Please Note

We offer pickup and full round-trip transportation from any Williams, Tusayan, or Grand Canyon hotel or campground, and from many Air B&B's.


Stop 1: Grand Canyon Village

This section of the park contains a number of historic buildings, the Grand Canyon Railway Station, shops, and restaurants.

Duration: 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 2: Yavapai Point

This vista is the most expansive view of the Grand Canyon and is home to Herbert Maier's historic Yavapai Observation Station.

Duration: 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 3: Mather Point

This viewing area is quite extensive - the point has two narrow, railed overlooks built on projecting rocks and is near the Visitor Center.

Duration: 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 4: Grandview Point

This viewpoint, developed in 1892 by Pete Berry as a copper mining operation, was an original destination for Grand Canyon tours. This viewpoint is reached by a one-mile side road, that juts out on a peninsula providing expansive views of the Grand Canyon.

Duration: 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 5: Moran Point

This viewpoint offers far-reaching views along a wide section of the Grand Canyon, approximately between river miles 87 and 72. The point is due south of Cape Royal on the North Rim.

Duration: 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 6: Tusayan Ruins and Museum

The Tusayan Ruins and Museum are excellent places to take a glimpse into the lives of the native peoples of the region. * This is typically where we enjoy our picnic lunch.

Duration: 1-hour

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 7: Lipan Point

This vista has the best view of the Colorado River on our Daily Grand Canyon Tour and is a favorite stop for our guides as well as guests.

Duration: 30 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Stop 8: Grand Canyon Desert View Watchtower

This is the easternmost viewpoint at Grand Canyon National Park and home to Mary Colter's historic Desert View Watchtower. The tower was built in 1932, right on the cliff edge and visible for many miles across this part of the Canyon. Duration: 45 minutes Admission Ticket Free