Take this self-driving audio tour to explore the magnificent Grand Canyon, the world's natural wonder carved over the course of millions of years by the gradual Colorado River erosion.
The tour starts at the Visitor Center, where you can learn how the canyon's geology was formed and developed over millions of years.
For thousands of years, the Grand Canyon was inhabited by the Native Americans, whose rich and unique culture you will explore at the recreated Hopi House.
You'll also see the remains of one of the first campsites, as well as the old El Tovar Hotel with its rustic charm, and Bright Angel Lodge with the fireplace built of rocks from every period of the Grand Canyon's history.
Grand Canyon is all about the awe-inspiring views and special atmosphere. To get a deeper experience, you'll visit the Kolb Studio, an art and photography exhibit on the edge of the rim.
Next, you will come to Maricopa Point and learn about a prospector who could have become a millionaire (Spoiler: he didn't!). Then, you will see Powell Point, a place where a ceremony to declare the Grand Canyon a National Park was held. From Hopi Point, you will observe majestic hills named after the Egyptian Gods.
Lastly, you'll come to Hermit's Rest, a scenic spot and a perfect conclusion to the tour before going back to Grand Canyon Village.
Note: a part of Hermit Road after Kolb Studio is closed to vehicles except for the free shuttle buses from March to the end of November.