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3 Rims • 277 Miles Long • One State

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World

Where is the Grand Canyon?

How many states do you think the Grand Canyon is located in? One, Two or Three? Well, if you answered One, then you are correct! The Grand Canyon is located entirely inside the state of Arizona in its northwestern region. This great chasm is 277 miles long and up to 18 miles wide. As one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the views are so awe-inspiring some say they would make Vincent Van Gogh cry. With three spectacular rims, each majestic in its own way, planning Grand Canyon vacations or holidays is easy with DETOURS. Why? It’s our specialty. For over 17 years, DETOURS has been taking visitors to experience this stupendous natural wonder. Our travel experts help you maximize your time at the Grand Canyon. Knowing where to go, what to see and what to do is how we make your Grand Canyon vacation unforgettable! Now, let’s explore each rim…

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Grand Canyon South Rim Vacations

There are plenty of hot spots in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, ranging from its world-famous sunrises to its not-so-known watchtowers. Each item holds a unique experience, pick and choose what you like and let us build your dream vacation itinerary. And regardless of how much time you have to spend, we have a variety of pre-planned trips to enjoy. We’ve detailed some points of interest we believe everyone should know of before their visit. With more than 5 million people visiting the Grand Canyon each year, it’s easy to spend more time finding a parking space than it is walking along the bright angel trail and taking in the tremendous views! With the South Rim open all year long, it’s the perfect rim to vacation no matter what time of year you like to travel.

Grand Canyon West Rim Vacations

Welcome to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon! With so much to explore, you will soon find out why this Rim of the Canyon is so treasured. Home to the world-renowned skywalk, visitors can get a unique birds-eye view directly down into the canyon. The West Rim is also unique, as it belongs exclusively to the Hualapai Tribe. Guests will be delighted to know there is plenty of Native American culture to be shared and experienced while visiting! DETOURS is equipped to deliver, traverse, and inform you on all there is to know about this beautiful and unique side of the Grand Canyon.

Grand Canyon North Rim Vacations

The best part about the North Rim, if you ask us, is that this side of the canyon captures the essence of being undiscovered and out of sight of the crowds of tourists. Even at the peak travel and vacation season, it is no sweat to experience the kind of solitude one would hope for when visiting a location such as the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. If solitude is high up on your vacation want list, then this may just be the rim for you.

Want To See All Three? Let’s Plan A Private Tour.