These are the largest dry caverns in the U.S. The tour reveals mother nature at her finest after 35 million years in the ... More
Grand Canyon Caverns
These are the largest dry caverns in the U.S. The tour reveals mother nature at her finest after 35 million years in the making! Guests are escorted via elevator 21 stories below ground to witness the beauty and grandeur of these rare dry caverns. Only 3% of the caverns are dry. The air is drawn in from the Grand Canyon through 60 miles of limestone caves and crevasses. The trails are concrete and are approximately 3/4 mile long. Half the tour is wheelchair accessible. The caverns are larger than three football fields- no worry about claustrophobia in here. Inside, view a 15 foot sloth and mummified bobcat. If you need more, there are also off-trail exploratory caverns tours.
When visiting the Grand Canyon, be the guest of the Hualapai Nation, as you stay at the Hualapai Lodge. Long
ago the Hualapai people made their homes in a side canyon of the Grand Canyon. At one time, they ...