On November 29, 2013, the Grand Canyon experienced a rare meteorological event that filled the Grand Canyon with fog. Cool air rose from the bottom of the canyon and met the warm air from above creating a thick carpet of fog. Known as a temperature inversion – the phenomenon lasted until temperatures were warm enough […]
During the summer the Grand Canyon experiences rain storms called monsoons. Heating over the Southwestern deserts draws moist air from the Gulf of Mexico and Pacific Ocean. Days will often start clear, but by the afternoon clouds build creating thunderheads. Rain from these storms often evaporates before it can reach the ground. The thunderstorms can
Another great review from one of our guests! “…booked the Grand Canyon Safari and Rim Walk tour at the last minute. Our guide, Scott, gave us the most stupendous and memorable tour we have ever experienced…” Check out the whole review at Tripadvisor.com.
I just wanted to write to say thank you so much for an awesome day! Last week, my roommate and I spent the day with Scott on the Grand Sunset Deluxe Combo Tour. It was my first time visiting the Grand Canyon/Southwest. Scott was fantastic! He was a lot of fun, and very knowledgeable. The
This bear was spotted on the Grand Sunset Tour in the Kaibab National Forest. Bear sightings are uncommon and this was a rare treat for our customers to see.