My family and I visited the Grand Canyon on July 27th 2018 and I am very excited to write this review on it.
The Grand Canyon is located in Arizona, 2 miles away from a small town called Tusayan. The Canyon is open 24 hours a day everyday including holidays. The visitor center is open from 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. during the busy season, (May through September) and from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. during the off season (October through April).
The entrance fee is $30 per Vehicle and $25 per motorcycle.you can also shop for souvineres at grand canyon village, the visitor center and Yavapai Geology Museum. Parking is available in lots. I would suggest wearing whatever seasonal wear makes sense for the occasion, always wear sneakers because it’s a lot of walking. In Arizona, it gets really hot in the summer, it still snows in the winter though. It is also really dry in the summer. It can get up 120 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer.
Bring snacks, lots of water, A camera, and if it is summer, even more water, sunscreen and a hat. If you go to the grand canyon some things you have to do are: Hike the Canyon, the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, Grand Canyon Village and the Yavapai Geology Museum. If you decide to go to the Yavapai Geology Museum, you should definitely go just before sunset, it is beautiful.
It should take you about 1-2 days to explore the canyon and all of the other attractions depending on how much of the canyon you hike. When we hiked the trail it was hard and we did a small trail, so i would not recommend bringing any small children unless you think they can hike a steep hill for several hours.hiking was really fun but also hard. I expected it to be harder but we stopped halfway through our trail. I hope you enjoy the Grand Canyon as much as my family and I did!
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