Full-Day Grand Canyon South Rim Audio Driving Tour

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Flagstaff, US
2.5 (2)
Flagstaff, US
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Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Grand Canyon South Rim on a full-day audio driving tour. Explore in the comfort of your own vehicle while you take in breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon's South Rim. Make stops along the way at hikes, overlooks, and historic sites! An expert audio guide will share insights into the history and geology of this awe-inspiring natural wonder as you drive - it's like having a personal guide through your smartphone! With the freedom to explore on your terms, you can pause the app and go as you please. This tour combines education, exploration, and adventure for an unforgettable experience. Get ready to be amazed by the vibrant colors, panoramic vistas, and the sheer magnitude of the Grand Canyon. Don't miss the opportunity to create memories that will last a lifetime.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 8 hours - 12 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedGuided Experience
  • Tours never expire
  • Offline audio guided tour: hours of audio narration with stories, travel tips and music
  • Offline map (map and gps work completely offline - no wifi or data needed)
  • Take the tour when you want - download the tour and choose the day that works best for you
  • Tour highlights with activity and restaurant recommendations
  • Turn-by-turn directions using gps
  • Freedom to explore at your own pace - pick the stops you want, skip the ones you don’t
  • Audio narration that plays automatically as you drive
  • Private transportation
  • Parking fees
  • Meals and refreshment
  • Entrance fees

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Welcome to the Full-Day Grand Canyon South Rim Audio Driving Tour! Get ready to experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Grand Canyon's South Rim in the most immersive and flexible way possible. This GPS audio driving tour allows you to explore the stunning landscapes, hikes, overlooks, and historic sites at your own pace, all while receiving expert commentary from our audio guide through your smartphone. It's like having a personal guide right by your side as you embark on this unforgettable adventure.

What to expect?

On this tour, you can expect to be captivated by the breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon's South Rim. As you drive along, our audio guide will provide insights into the history and geology of this natural wonder, enriching your experience and deepening your appreciation for its wonders. You'll have plenty of opportunities to pause the app and explore the South Rim on foot, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the grandeur of the surroundings. This tour combines education, exploration, and adventure, ensuring that you have an unforgettable day filled with awe and wonder.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for anyone who wants to discover the beauty of the Grand Canyon's South Rim at their own pace. Whether you're a solo traveler, a group of friends, or a family, this audio driving tour will cater to your needs. It's designed to provide flexibility and freedom, allowing you to stop and explore wherever catches your interest. This means that you can customize the tour to suit your preferences and make the most of your time at the Grand Canyon. No matter your age or level of outdoor experience, this tour is accessible to all and promises to leave you in awe of nature's wonders.

Why book this?

Booking the Full-Day Grand Canyon South Rim Audio Driving Tour gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Grand Canyon in a unique and flexible way. With the freedom to explore at your own pace, you can tailor the experience to your preferences and create lasting memories. The expert audio guide will provide fascinating insights, enriching your understanding of the Grand Canyon's history and geology. With the convenience of the tour on your smartphone, you can easily navigate the route and take in the breathtaking views without any hassle. This tour is not just a sightseeing experience – it's a chance to connect with nature, deepen your appreciation for this natural wonder, and create a truly unforgettable adventure.

Good to know

During the tour, you'll have the opportunity to make stops at various viewpoints, hikes, and historic sites. Take advantage of the picnic lunch break in the shady ponderosa pine forest, giving you a chance to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery around you. Be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, and plenty of water, as you'll have the opportunity to explore on foot. The app will guide you to the tour ending point, and you can choose from two different routes. Remember to allow plenty of time to fully experience and appreciate the grandeur of the Grand Canyon's South Rim.


Previous travelers who have experienced the Full-Day Grand Canyon South Rim Audio Driving Tour have been amazed by the beauty and flexibility it offers. They praised the informative and engaging audio guide, which enhanced their understanding and appreciation of the Grand Canyon's natural wonders. Reviews also highlighted the convenience of having the tour on their smartphones, making navigation and exploration seamless. Many travelers expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to explore the South Rim at their own pace, tailoring the experience to their preferences. Overall, the reviews reflect the awe-inspiring nature of the tour, with travelers left in awe of the grandeur and beauty of the Grand Canyon's South Rim.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Your Itinerary

Little Colorado River Overlook

View the Little Colorado River Overlook.

Tusayan Ruins and Museum

Archeological site and interpretive museum of ancient Puebloan village circa 1100 AD.

Lipan Point

At 7,360 feet above sea level, Lipan Point offers some of the most expansive and clear views of the entire canyon.

Navajo Point

Navajo Point offers a great view of Desert View Watchtower, as well as panoramic vistas to the west and a view north up the Colorado River.

Grand Canyon Desert View Watchtower

Explore this Mary Colter-designed structure. Also offers gift shop, grocery store and ice cream parlor services.

Lipan Point

Named for famed nature artist Thomas Moran, Moran Point is an excellent place to see the vibrant colors of the Grand Canyon Supergroup and basement rocks like Vishnu Shist.

Grandview Lookout Tower

Fire lookout tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936. It is approximately 10 miles east of the Tusayan Ranger District Office and houses an observation deck and informational signage.

Buggeln Picnic Area

Enjoy a picnic lunch in the shady ponderosa pine forest while stealing glances of the canyon through the trees.

Grandview Point

Viewpoint along Desert View Drive that once housed the Grandview Hotel, Pete Berry's mining enterprise. From here, you can hear the Hance Rapids below.

Duck on a Rock Viewpoint

Viewpoint along Desert View Drive that features a Kaibab limestone formation that has eroded into the shape of a duck.

Twin Point Overlook

Two quick pullovers for taking in more great canyon views.

South Kaibab Trail

The trailhead located at Yaki Point that connects to the Bright Angel Trail before descending to the canyon floor.

Pipe Creek Vista

The first viewpoint on Desert View Drive.

Mather Point

Named for Stephen Mather, the first director of the National Park Service, Mather Point is located a short walk from the Grand Canyon Visitor Center and parking areas.

Yavapai Geology Museum

From Mather Point, walk less than a mile along the flat, paved Rim Trail to the Yavapai Geology Museum. Here you'll learn more about the geology of the Grand Canyon through interpretive panels and a topographical relief map of the entire canyon. The museum used to be the Yavapai Observation Station, so it offers some of the best panoramic views you'll see all day. Also has a gift shop on site.

Grand Canyon Village

The Grand Canyon Village was the first spot at the South Rim to offer tourist accommodations. With over 120 years of history here, you can explore the historical buildings and Native artwork, shop for souvenirs and grab a bite to eat at iconic restaurants like Fred Harvey Burger Diner.

Verkamp's Visitor Center

A visitor center, curio shop, and family home that's been in the park for over a century.

Hopi House

Commissioned by the Fred Harvey Company in 1904, Mary Colter built this "Indian Arts Building" in the style of a 1,000 year-old Native American Pueblo village dwelling. These days it houses local Native American art and a gift shop.

El Tovar Hotel

The first luxury hotel built on the South Rim in 1905.

Bright Angel Lodge

Built in 1935 as a "moderately priced" alternative, the luxury El Tovar, Bright Angel Lodge offers historic rooms, cozy cabins, two restaurants, a gift shop, and instant access to the South Rim.

Lookout Studio

Mary Colter designed the Lookout Studio in 1914 as a refuge for tourists and artists to sit, relax, and gaze out at the beauty of the canyon. Today, tourists can still do just that, but now there is an added bonus of a gift shop.

Kolb Studio

The original photography studio of Emery and Ellsworth Kolb is now an art gallery, bookstore and curio shop.

Grand Canyon Railway Depot

Before the time of automobiles, the trains were the lifeblood of the canyon, bringing in tourists and supplies. Check out the original log depot with signs and memorabilia to get a feel for the train depot's heyday.



2.5 (2)


The Audio tour was a joke....it had us going in the direction to leave the park and not to enjoy it the park using the open auto roads....luckily we were able to maneuver it on our own!


The commentary and app were great but it took a bit of getting use too. I wish they advised to download everything the night before and practice using it. We lost 35 mins+ driving trying to download huge files in the car and then figure out the driving directions as well. Once you get use to it it’s easier but planning ahead would have saved a lot of stress when we were trying for an early 6 am departure.
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