A Grand Canyon vacation can be many different things. Whether you’re seeking an adrenaline-filled backpacking adventure to the remote reaches of the canyon, a leisurely day tour along the rim, or a thrilling day hike to uncover hidden secrets and breathtaking inner canyon vistas, Pygmy Guides has you covered. Our experienced team has dedicated years to exploring the vast wilderness of the Grand Canyon.
Unsurpassed Views and Ancient Ruins
When you choose Pygmy Guides, you’ll have the opportunity to tour the Grand Canyon National Park rim, offering unsurpassed views, encounters with ancient ruins, delicious meals, and the chance to spot local wildlife. Stand on the rim and gaze out at the awe-inspiring beauty that has captivated visitors for centuries. Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of the area as our knowledgeable guides share fascinating insights along the way.
Hidden Treasures and Adventure Below the Rim
Venture below the rim on one of our thrilling day hikes and unlock the secrets of the Grand Canyon. Discover ancient rock art, uncover hidden fossils, and catch a glimpse of the majestic California Condors soaring above. Feel the rush as you touch the Colorado River, encounter Big Horn Sheep, explore secret caves, go fly fishing, and swim under pristine waterfalls. Experience the true solitude and beauty of the backcountry with a Pygmy Guides backpacking adventure.
Simplify Your Backcountry Experience
We understand that planning a backcountry trip can be overwhelming, but with Pygmy Guides, we’ve got you covered. Choose from our Porter or Support Guide services to simplify your Grand Canyon National Park experience. Let us handle the logistics while you focus on enjoying the breathtaking surroundings. Our all-inclusive trips provide meals, eliminate worries about parking and high gas prices, and ensure you have knowledgeable medically trained guides by your side. With all fees paid, you can relax and have a hassle-free adventure. Contact Pygmy Guides today to embark on an unforgettable journey through the Grand Canyon.