Activities and Tours

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Grand Canyon South Rim

Experience the South Rim like no other site offers. After arriving at the Visitor’s Center at the Grand Canyon, you have the option to hike the 2.5 mile paved trail that allows you to walk from Mather Point to Grand Canyon Village and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the canyon, Colorado River and the Phantom Ranch. Along the trail you will enjoy the breeze through the pinion pines and juniper pines as well as view earth’s most mysterious and spectacular of landscapes; it’s a place like nowhere else. Walk along the railed lookout and view the majestic beauty of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. You may continue on the rim trail and finish your hike to the Grand Canyon Village; or from Yavapai Point, you may take the bus shuttle to the Grand Canyon Village.

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Grand Canyon West Rim

Relax and spend time in the beautiful surroundings of Eagle and Guano Point. Feel free to hike the trail at Guano Point leading to the highest point where the scenic vantage offers a majestic view of the Colorado River, or just simply relax and enjoy the peacefulness that the Grand Canyon West Rim has to offer. The tour duration is approximately 11+ hours.

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Zion & Bryce Canyon

On the way to Zion National Park, you’ll go through the amazing Arizona Strip, with the view as impressive as the one from the floor of the Grand Canyon, but without a few thousand feet hike to see it. This park has a stunning beauty which has often been compared to paradise or Yosemite of Southwest. Bryce Canyon is a paradise of odd shaped rock towers. Erosion has shaped colorful limestones, sandstones and mudstones into thousands of spires, fins, pinnacles and mazes that collectively are called “Voodoos”. These unique formations are whimsically arranged and tinted with colors that truly emphasize their beauty. At the higher elevations, near the Bryce Canyon visitors center, the forest of ponderosa pines, fir, spruce trees and meadows of wild flowers fill your senses with clean air and clear skies.

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Hoover Dam Tour

oin us at the Hoover Dam as we show you what has been known as one of the engineering wonders of the world: Hoover Dam is also known as Boulder Dam. When completed in 1935, it was both the world’s largest electric power producing facility and the world’s largest concrete structure. It is currently the world’s 34th largest hydroelectric generating station. During the tour you will be able to view the seventeen turbine- generators that generate a maximum of 2,074 megawatts of hydroelectric power. Sweetours will also show you the Arizona spillway and the Arizona Look Out. (This is not the hard hat tour.)

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Hoover Dam & Lake Mead Tour

oin us at the Hoover Dam as we show you what has been known as one of the engineering wonders of the world: Hoover Dam is also known as Boulder Dam. When completed in 1935, it was both the world’s largest electric power producing facility and the world’s largest concrete structure. It is currently the world’s 34th largest hydroelectric generating station. During the tour you will be able to view the seventeen turbine- generators that generate a maximum of 2,074 megawatts of hydroelectric power. Sweetours will also show you the Arizona spillway and the Arizona Look Out. (This is not the hard hat tour.)

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