Fabulous views and great shuttle service. Good General Store but early start recommended to avoid parking problems
About Grand Canyon South Rim
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We drove from out rented home just 20 miles outside Flagstaff. It took us 50 minutes to get there. The signs said that the parking lots were almost full. We paid the $30 for a 7 day pass and parked in the #2 lot. Seven...More
There is so much to see at the south rim. Take the ground transportation and expect to wear yourself out. Give yourself two days minimum.
Truly a natural wonder of the world. You have to get there early to park at the visitor center and take the convenient park bus (we got there at 9:30 and the lots were closed by 9:50 due to being full). Crowded, yes absolutely, but...More
This was our first time to visit the Grand Canyon! It is amazing! We arrived in the late afternoon and were able to enjoy the sunset at Yaki Point(on the Orange Shuttle bus line). We would HIGHLY recommend this!! The next day we arrived early...More
They say seeing is believing, but in the case of the Grand Canyon even when you see it, it barely looks real...it's just so massive. I had decided to go because I was coming to Sedona which is fairly close by. Ironically the Grand Canyon...More
Very easy to find, and lots of parking available. The visitor centre had a good range of gifts and a small cafe selling snacks.
Spectacular views. We visited two different areas of the Canyon. The Canyon itself was amazing but the tour company was lacking. Gray line tours herded hundreds of people onto busses , but then some were doing a helicopter ride and others could do a jeep...More
You can walk the rim pretty easily as most of the main areas are paved, so even if you don't hike, you can still see a lot of great stuff and ride the free shuttles to many viewpoints.
You callus hire a bike get a bus or drive which I did. Plenty of places to stop to see the views and to take pictures