There are many fantastic Southwest vacation tour adventures awaiting for you to experience.
Kingman taxi cab can supply you with a Route 66 map for your itinerary so you can visit the famous Route 66 attractions while on your way to the Grand Canyon. Visit the Geology Museum, Planes of Fame Museum, Route 66 Zip line and the Grand Canyon Deer Farm, to name just a few.
Grand Canyon Entrance
There are also a variety of Grand Canyon tours throughout the Grand Canyon National Park available for you to participate in. Located at the entrance of the Grand Canyon National park is an introduction of the Arizona’s wilderness and its inhabitants; Bearizona is a drive thru adventure at the gateway to the Grand Canyon. View American wildlife in their natural environment from the comfort and safety of your vehicle.
Grand Canyon Rafting
Most would say one of the highlights of a Grand Canyon vacation is to experience professionally guided Grand Canyon raft tours and self-guided or “private” river trips. Exploring the Grand Canyon in the Colorado River is an experience unlike any other.
Theodore Roosevelt called it “the one great sight which every American should see.”
On your dream vacation you can discover hidden waterfalls and paradisiacal side canyons. The view to these areas of the Grand Canyon National Park are accessible only by being on the river. And if you are an experienced kayaker, you are a perfect fit for a kayak trip. Bring along your own kayak or raft – Kingman AZ taxi cab can get you, your guests, luggage and all of your gear there!
Grand Canyon West Rim
Visit Peach Springs on the way to the Grand Canyon West Rim. This is the tribal headquarters of the Hualapai Tribe. The Tribe maintains the Grand Canyon’s most famous attraction, The Skywalk. There are no words to describe the magnificence.
Grand Canyon South Rim
Take the very popular mule trip down into the Grand Canyon! A very unforgettable activity on the south rim. These mule rides will take you past historic petroglyphs. Your experienced tour guide alerts you to the additional captivating points of interest during your ride.
Bicycle tours, camping, and beginner-to-advanced hiking trails are also wonderful ways to experience some of the canyon’s rich natural beauty and its immense size. Bird watching and photographic opportunities appear everywhere, so make sure you have your camera ready!
Grand Canyon Village
The South Rim in the Grand Canyon Village is the center of tourism activity and the transportation hub for the South Rim of the park. If you are not afraid of heights, then a helicopter trip of the South Rim is amazing. These trips are spectacular and take you inside the heart of the canyon, providing unforgettable aerial views that you will cherish forever. The Grand Canyon village is the only place where the railroad reaches the rim of the canyon. In the Village you will find the Historic District. It is the heart of development on the South Rim, predominantly built by the Santa Fe Railroad during the first half of the 20th Century. Since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway has been taking people on an incredible trip into the heart of one of the seven natural wonders of the world. For those fortunate to have traveled on this iconic train, the Grand Canyon Railway is more than just a mode of transportation,
“It’s a trip back in time to what many consider the most awe-inspiring place on Earth.”
Grand Canyon East Rim
In addition to the Grand Canyon rafting and other outdoor activities, take a relaxing drive along the Desert East Rim View. Open all year, it’s a beautiful drive around to the east entrance of the park.
Grand Canyon North Rim
The North Rim, is closed during winter because of heavy snow. Accessible if you’re vacationing in the spring or summer, it is a worthwhile trip for those who enjoy the road less traveled. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is visited by only 10% of all its vacationers and is a wonderful Grand Canyon tour to experience.