Daily Grand Canyon Sightseeing Tour from Williams - Tour Route
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Our daily Grand Canyon Sightseeing Tour from Williams is the only tour that provides a "Loop" of the Grand Canyon ensuring a short visit to the Navajo Indian Reservation. This tour is available year round and provides round trip transportation from any of the properties in Williams, AZ. Williams pickup times are between 9:00-9:10am and guests are typically get back between 5:30-6:00pm, (during busy seasons the tour may get back a little late due to traffic) this is a full day tour!
Our Professional Guides are experts in the most incredible places and the best times to visit view points in Grand Canyon National Park. Please see below for a list of attractions on our Daily Grand Canyon Sightseeing Tour.
Daily Grand Canyon Day Tour- Stops
- Grand Canyon Village
This section of the park contains a number of historic buildings, the Grand Canyon Railway Station, shops and restaurants.
* This is where we go for lunch during the winter when a picnic lunch isn't the best option.
- Yavapai Point
This vista is the most expansive view of Grand Canyon and is home to Mary Colter's Yavapai Observation Station.
- Mather Point
This viewing area is quite extensive - the point has two narrow, railed overlooks built on projecting rocks and is beside the Visitor Center.
- Grandview Point
This viewpoint was the original destination for Grand Canyon Tours, started in 1892 by Pete Berry as a copper mining operation. This view point is reached by a one mile side road, that juts out on a peninsula providing expansive views of the Grand Canyon.
- Tusayan Ruins
The Tusayan Ruins and Museum are excellent places to take a glimpse into the lives of the native peoples of the region.
* This is where we enjoy our picnic lunch.
- 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.
- Desert View
This is the eastern most view point 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.
- Cameron Trading Post
This is our last stop of the day on the Navajo reservation. It gives our guests a chance to shop and support the native people of the area. This is a brief stop, and not the main focus of the tour