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Top 5 Photo Opportunities When Visiting The Grand Canyon

Posted by vegas on June 27, 2017

Whether it's your first time visiting the Grand Canyon, or your fifth - finding the perfect photo spot is difficult. You want that breathtaking view you can save in your camera roll for years to come. An incredible memory for you, your friends, and your family to enjoy for years to come. Here are 5 must-see sights when visiting the Grand Canyon. Pack your bags and make sure your camera's ready to go, you won't want to miss these views. 

1. West Rim Eagle Point

The scenic views at West Rim should not be missed. From the Grand Canyon Skywalk to Hualapai Market, you'll be sure to capture an incredible photo and make memories to last a lifetime. Try taking a motorcoach tour along West Rim to make sure you see everything.

2. South Rim Visitor's Center 

Here's your one-stop destination for information about park activities, the bus system, and more. You'll get to watch Grand Canyon: A Journey of Wondera gorgeous short film that takes you around the Grand Canyon. Don't forget the various exhibits that will let you view artifacts, view maps, and learn exciting information. Stop by the gift shop for souvenirs to remember your amazing trip. 

3. Hoover Dam State Line 

Have you ever wanted to take a picture in 2 places at once? Here's your chance! The gorgeous bridge at the Hoover Dam is perfect for sunset photos. Walk along the bridge for calming views for your whole family. 

4. Joshua Tree Forest 

Capture a photo of the classic Joshua Trees at this forest. You won't want to miss these gorgeous desert trees. 

5. Lake Mead 

If you love the beauty of water flowing, Lake Mead is the place for you. This gorgeous reservoir can be experienced through boats or by finding a perfect hiking trail.

Planning a picture-perfect tour of Grand Canyon doesn't have to be hard. For more information on photo opportunities, sightseeing tours, and more, please make sure you contact us.

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