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The Grandest Canyon of them all

The Grand Canyon is one of the seven wonders of the natural world. It is both magnificent and awe inspiring. Vast in size and just a wonder to look at, the Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, about 18 miles at its widest point, and around 6,000 feet deep. This National Park is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Described as an overwhelming experience, it is hard to prepare for this impressive sight. The enormous canyon is millions of years in the making, carved by the Colorado River. Nowhere else on Earth displays so many volumes of the plant’s history in such pristine condition.

 

What to do when Visiting The Canyon

  • Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with VIP Skywalk Access. On board a modern helicopter made especially for sightseeing, you will get aerial views of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the Colorado River. After an unbelievable helicopter ride, you will be treated with a VIP admission to the famous glass-bottom Skywalk. Feel like you are walking on air hanging 4,770 feet about the canyon floor. Fantastic photo-ops await!
  • Jeep Tours and Safaris. What a fabulous way to see the canyon. This is an unforgettable experience. You will be guided down forest back-roads to the most spectacular in the canyon.
  • Hiking trip to Havasu Falls. This beautiful waterfall is on the bucket list of many. Visiting Havasu Falls is the opportunity of a lifetime. Located in the middle of the arid desert landscape of the canyon lies a tropical paradise with lush vegetation. This waterfall with its blue-green pools is a sought after destination for hikers.
  • Lookout Points. Mather Point and Lipan Point are two viewpoints where you can see the immenseness of the canyon with its layers of red rock revealing millions of years of history. In fact, there are some spots where the rock layers exposed in the canyon display over two billion years of geologic history.

 

Even though the Grand Canyon is not the widest, deepest, or longest canyon on the planet, it is considered by most the “grandest” canyon of them all. With its magnificent and unsurpassed vistas on the planet, it leaves its visitors with a sense of wonder. If visiting, you will definitely want to take some pictures and videos. Attaching your videos to a VideoDrop is the perfect way to remember your trip for years to come.

 

“In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which, so far as I know, is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world.”  – Theodore Roosevelt

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