Grand Canyon Insider’s Secrets For The Best Day Trip

Grand Canyon Insider’s Secrets Guide:

Avoid crowds and still see more than the average visitor! In just one day, this ancient and wondrous crevasse will create amazing memories to enjoy for many years to come…

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  • including insider tips, maps and directions
  • fascinating information throughout your route
  • and tons of photos because 'a picture is worth 1000 words'
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Grand Canyon Insider’s Secrets; Grand Canyon National Park attracts over 4.5 million visitors per year. People come from all parts of the world to stand on the rim and view the glory of the rock chasm below. However, visitors are frequently frustrated by the vast geography when attempting to experience the park in one day. This tour reveals insider secrets on how to plan a satisfying day trip to the Grand Canyon. You’ll see more than the average visitor will by avoiding heavy crowds at peak times. Flagstaff travel writer Stacey Wittig knows the area and leads many visitors along this extraordinary, lesser-known route. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Grand Canyon Insider’s Secrets Highlights

  • Intro to Perfect Day Trip
  • Flagstaff to Navajo Rez
  • Avoid Delays at East Entry
  • Amazing Desert View Drive
  • Canyon View Info Plaza
  • Bright Angel Lodge/El Tovar
Transportation By Car
Specialty Highway/Countryside, Highway/Countryside
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
And much much more…

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  • Make the most of your Grand Canyon Day Trip by pre-planning. Make dinner reservations at El Tovar. Gas your vehicle the night before. Avoid Arizona's dry heat by bringing refillable water bottles and packing sun hats for the entire family.
  • Teddy Roosevelt said that the Grand Canyon is 'one of the great sights which every American should see.' Grand Canyon National Park is rich in history. Discover its secrets in any of six distinctive information centers spread throughout the park.
  • Desert View Watchtower is positioned for optimum views of the Grand Canyon, yet many miss this architecturally intriguing landmark. Don't pass up this highest point on the South Rim. Inside, spiraling stone staircases transport you to magical encounters with Hopi culture.
  • Four to five people die in the Grand Canyon every year. Dehydration, hypothermia and falling from the rim are your biggest safety hazards. Drink water, shield the sun, and take extra caution near the edge; it can be unstable and dangerous.
  • Admire, but don't pick wildflowers. Ancient ruins are fragile treasures; don't sit on ruin walls. Taking even a small piece of pottery or bit of an arrowhead is a federal offense. Touch, but return it to where you found it.

Stacey Wittig

Stacey Wittig is a freelance writer based in Flagstaff, Arizona. Her hiking adventures have led her up the Inca Trail in Peru eating fried caterpillars and roasted guinea pig, across the plains of northern Spain on El Camino de Santiago enjoying tapas and steamed barnacles, and through the vineyards of Cinque Terre sipping Chianti Classico. Tasty!


  1. Tracy L. Perry

    I purchased this book because I was looking for something to help me get the most out of the very limited time that I was going to be at the Grand Canyon. Everything in the book was accurate and helpful. The historical info given was very interesting and the pictures were great.

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