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Grand Canyon Tours

Standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon, looking down into the chasm with the great Colorado River appearing like a thin line a mile below – this is truly a breathtaking experience that visitors to this remarkable destination will never forget. Maybe it’s the golden Arizonan rocks which make up the chasm, or perhaps it’s the sheer size of the gorge – its stretches for nearly 280 miles! Whatever the reason, Grand Canyon tours make for the best way to take in this natural spectacle.

Whether you’re looking at from the south, north or west rim, views of the Grand Canyon undoubtedly make your jaw drop. In fact, from the moment you set eyes on it you will understand exactly why this place is regarded as one of the natural wonders of the world. 

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Sheer stone cliffs in shades of vibrant reds and oranges extend as far as the eye can see and are contrasted against the bright blue Arizona sky. Meanwhile, the hot desert sun warms your back and the dry desert air fills your lungs. For many people, this spectacle of nature is difficult to believe – even when seeing it with their own eyes. The rim of the Grand Canyon offers a new and exciting view wherever you stand on it – bring a camera and snapshot a slice of the magic to take home.

If you are planning a trip to the USA, our Grand Canyon tours are a wonderful option. Not only will you get to see this landmark in all its glory, but you will also have the chance to explore some of the other fabulous destinations and National Parks that the USA has to offer.

At Titan, we work hard to be one of the best travel companies around. Our holiday packages are designed with our customers in mind and we endeavour to create a fantastic tour that offer great value for money while each day holds new adventures.

About the Grand Canyon 

Located in the state of Arizona, the Grand Canyon is considered one of the seven natural world wonders. It twists and turns through the desert for more than 277 miles and in some areas reaches a depth of more than 1.13 miles. 

It's believed that around 17 million years ago, the geological processes that formed the Grand Canyon began. The Colorado River slowly started to erode the layers of rock below, carving out the canyon as we see it today. 

For thousands of years, Native Americans built their homes in the canyon, using caves and outcroppings to provide shelter and safety. Other tribes considered the place to be a spiritual site and made yearly pilgrimages to see it. 

In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt visited the canyon and established the location as a protected space, stating: "Do nothing to mar its grandeur sublimity and loveliness...keep it for your children, your children's children and all who come after you, as one great sight which every American should see." 

Finally, in 1919, the canyon and the area surrounding it became the country's 17th national park. 

Exploring the Grand Canyon by helicopter

Helicopter tours of the Grand Canyon provide an unrivalled way to tackle this landmark. You’ll get to see it airborne, for a start, and looking down upon the Colorado river from the Canyon’s South Rim is nothing short of spectacular. 


Arizona's other natural wonders 
When planning a tour to the Grand Canyon, it's best to include the destination as part of a bigger tour of America, giving you the chance to discover other natural attractions along the way. 

Monument Valley

Another breathtaking feature of the Arizona landscape is Monument Valley. This location – with its towering buttes that seem to erupt out of the flat Colorado Plateau – will be instantly recognisable to anybody who has ever watched Western films and it has been used as a setting for countless other movies and television shows throughout the years. 

Painted Desert

There's also the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest. Both located in the Arizona badlands, the former is notable for its brightly coloured hills and cliffs – which are stratified to show different layers of silt and stone, giving a striped appearance to the region. 

Petrified Forest

Meanwhile, the Petrified Forest features large deposits of petrified wood and fossil-rich stone, making it a popular destination for those interested in prehistoric flora and fauna, as well as hikers, photographers and anyone who simply wants to see some exquisite scenery. 

Part of a bigger adventure 

As well as the natural wonders of Arizona, those on tours to the Grand Canyon may also choose to see even more of America. 

For example, cities like Dallas and San Antonio are steeped in history and give visitors a glimpse of the big and bold lifestyle of Texas. While Grand Canyon tours can also be easily combined with a trip to Las Vegas. 

Or why not a road trip across the US, with a trip along Historic Route 66? Running from Chicago, through St Louis, Amarillo, Albuquerque and finally to Long Beach, California, this is a fabulous option for those seeking great journeys through a number of states.