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What Not To Do At The Grand Canyon

There are many things to do in Grand Canyon. Comedy On Deck Tours provides everything from a picturesque lunch at the Canyon Rim to a helicopter ride over the canyon. The Grand Canyon may steal your breath away. However, it is crucial to remember that its beauty often masks situations that could be potentially dangerous.

Things you must not do at the Grand Canyon:

  1. Avoid visiting during peak season

To make the most out of your money and the experience, it’s better not to book your trip during the peak season in June, July, and August. The summer season is always the busiest due to the amount of both locals and tourists traveling.

However, the best season to go there is between April and June when the weather is just right, and avoid the scorching summer heat.

  1. Don’t arrive at peak times.

Showing up at the right time is important for you to enjoy the Grand Canyon. Millions of people go each year to see the beautiful view, however, arriving at peak times will make it less enjoyable due to the sheer amount of people being there with you.

It is advisable to arrive at viewpoints at dawn or before sunset to witness the picturesque sunrise. Going there early will give you the experience to see the slivers of bright vermillion hues piercing through the dark skies before your eyes.

  1. Don’t forget to stay hydrated

Dehydration is a major safety concern due to the hot weather, activities, and surrounding deserts.

Comedy on Deck Tours offers an upward climb to the Guano Point to reach the peak to witness a near 360-degree view of the Grand Canyon. That is why it is important to bring your own water to ensure that you are hydrated at all times while enjoying the scenic view.

  1. Don’t underestimate the altitude

You may not have noticed but you have been ascending an incredibly large mountain, approaching the Grand Canyon. Its rim’s high elevation (7,000 feet) and the effects of thin air possess a number of health risks, including shortness of breath, altitude sickness, and light-headedness.

These careful considerations are a must to ensure that you enjoy touring the Grand Canyon safely. Comedy On Deck Tours, Las Vegas not only provides expert comedian tour guides, but also an itinerary so that you can be well-prepared for your Grand Canyon bus tour.

So are you ready for a fun and memorable bus tour in Las Vegas? Contact our team at Comedy on Deck Tours or call 702.384.3325 to book a tour with us!

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