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We do not currently have intercity buses to and from Grand Canyon, AZ. In the following list, you can find the cheapest bus connections around Grand Canyon, AZ as well as alternative means of transportation.
  • Tucson, AZ
    Flagstaff, AZ
      12:30 PM
      5:35 PM
    21 Jul
    FlixBusFlixBus
    from $9.99
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Tucson, AZ
      6:15 PM
      10:55 PM
    21 Jul
    FlixBusFlixBus
    from $9.99
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Tempe, AZ
      6:15 PM
      9:15 PM
    21 Jul
    FlixBusFlixBus
    from $9.99
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Apache Junction, AZ
      2:05 AM
      8:25 AM
    1 Aug
    Greyhound USGreyhound US
    from $21.00
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Riverside, CA
      6:15 PM
      4:45 AM
    27 Jul
    +1
    FlixBusFlixBus
    from $28.06
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Las Vegas
      2:30 PM
      8:05 PM
    7 Aug
    Greyhound USGreyhound US
    from $29.00
  • Apache Junction, AZ
    Flagstaff, AZ
      1:55 PM
      8:00 PM
    1 Aug
    Greyhound USGreyhound US
    from $32.00
  • Kingman, AZ
    Flagstaff, AZ
      10:05 AM
      12:30 PM
    8 Aug
    Greyhound USGreyhound US
    from $37.00
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Kingman, AZ
      1:15 AM
      3:40 AM
    8 Aug
    Greyhound USGreyhound US
    from $38.00
  • Flagstaff, AZ
    Cambridge, OH
      2:15 PM
      12:50 PM
    10 Aug
    +2
    Greyhound USGreyhound US
    from $122.00
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One of America’s most phenomenal natural treasures is the Grand Canyon, which exposes almost two billion years of geological history on the Colorado River. For thousands of years, the region was continuously inhabited by Native Americans, who constructed settlements within the canyon and its numerous caverns. President Theodore Roosevelt advocated the canyon’s preservation and visited several times on hunting trips and to enjoy the scenery.

The two main points of entry in the Grand Canyon are the North and South Rims. The South Rim features multiple driving tours, scenic outlooks from Hermit’s Point, Mohave Point, Hopi Point and the Powell Memorial. Hikers will especially enjoy walking tours of the Rim Trail, with convenient shuttles to bring travelers back to their point of origin. The North Rim offers multiple roads to lookout points, such as Point Imperial, Cape Royal and Roosevelt Point. Travelers can even take advantage of mule rides! Hikers opting for this section can enjoy the Widforss Trail, Uncle Jim’s Train, the North Kaibab Trail and the Transept Trail.

Today, the Grand Canyon is among the world’s top natural attractions and has nearly five million visitors each year. The Grand Canyon can easily be accessed from Flagstaff via shuttle or from Las Vegas via tour buses, such as Grand Canyon Tours.

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S Entrance Rd , 86023 Grand Canyon, AZ (USA)


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