Encounter the People
Grand Canyon West & the Skywalk
Tour the Grand Canyon West Rim on the Hualapai Reservation. Grand Canyon West is owned and operated by the Hualapai Tribe. Opened in 1988 to tourists the Hualapai Tribe offer a spectacular tourist destination with many different hotspots to visit, the most well-known being the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Information about the various destinations and what is offered is described below by each viewpoint.
All Grand Canyon West tour packages include a convenient Hop-On-Hop-Off shuttle system that continuously operates, giving you the freedom to create your own experience. You choose the sights to see and how much time you would like to spend at each one.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
The glass bridge 4,000 feet (1,200 meters)above the Grand Canyon floor.
Native American Village
A walking tour of authentic Native American dwellings depicting multiple tribes.
Live Native American performances from multiple tribes demonstrated continuously all day.
Creations by Native Hands
Features handmade, authentic Native American jewelry and crafts.
Offers breathtaking panoramic canyon views of the Grand Canyon and Colorado River. Visit the remnants of a historic tram that stretched 8,800 feet across the canyon to a guano mine.. Dine right on the edge of the Grand Canyon with uninhibited 360 degree canyon views.
Interact with Tribal members offering Native American jewelry and crafts.
Bat Cave Mine at Guano Point
Enjoy western hospitality, cowboy entertainment, wagon rides and more. Learn how to rope, quick draw and tomahawk toss the cowboy way.
Guided 30-minute rides to the rim and 90-minute rides along the rim.
Stay overnight in western cabins facing the canyon rim.
Join the cowboys making S’mores and telling stories around an open fire.
- Grand Canyon West Viewpoints ( http://www.grandcanyonwest.com/viewpoints.php )