We booked a couple of months in advance with Leon (who is not very prompt in returning calls or emails), and on the day of the tour were called with a request for change due to weather conditions. Of course, the weather related changes are ok, but the guide was late and the tour was shorter than promised. The guide seemed very knowledgeable about the canyon, and Native American history, and I enjoyed the explanations a lot, although it seemed quite scripted and the guide showed no enthusiasm for many side questions.
The canyon is beautiful and full of signs of Native American history, although you cannot see the biggest prize - Spider Rock - for that, you must drive on your own on the South Rim.
We were lucky to have witnessed a large group of Native Americans riding horses, including several small kids riding without saddles. Quite a site!
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