– Grand Canyon South Rim, Arizona
– Sunset at Grand Canyon
The sheer size of Grand Canyon can be overwhelming if it’s your first time visiting. To put things into perspective, it takes 5 hours to drive from the North Rim to the South Rim.
You can access the North and South Rim by the National Park Service. The west side is also accessible along with Havasu Falls but is owned by the Hualapai Nation Tribe — you’ll have to pay extra to explore as your park pass won’t grant you access to this section.
The natural beauty of the North Rim and the South Rim are drastically different because of the elevation difference.
If you prefer a quieter experience, visit the North Rim where you’re surrounded by nature.
The South Rim is the most visited part of Grand Canyon, offering more viewpoints. Keep in mind it can get really busy here since there is lodging on-site and other various amenities.
– Havasu Falls, Havasupai Indian Reservation
– Grand Canyon North Rim
The Grand Canyon is one of the most breathtaking natural destinations in the world. The size and depth make it a spectacle that you need to see for yourself.
In fact, this is North America’s most iconic national park, with a wide range of awe-inspiring geological features and landscapes.
Are you ready to check one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world off your bucket list?