The Grand Canyon is the second most visited national park in the US, bringing 6.4 million people to witness its wonders in 2018. There are 2 ways that we like to visit to not coincide with those 6.4 million people – visit the North Rim (it’s less crowded year-round) or visit in the fall! The fall sees far less visitors than the summer months, so you can enjoy the vastness of the park without battling your way to the edge.

Here are 5 other reasons we love visiting the Grand Canyon & Sedona in the fall:


Public Lands Day

September 22, 2019 marks Public Lands Day and the Grand Canyon celebrates by offering FREE entrance all day!


Sedona Winefest

In September, Sedona hosts their annual wine festival to showcase their local wineries, food, art, and live music. Grab a taste, learn from the experts, and get down to some local jams.


Naturalization Ceremony at the Grand Canyon

Join the US Citizenship and Immigration Services Phoenix field office to welcome our newest citizens! September 28, 2019 will be a day that will change many people’s lives, and the Grand Canyon is the perfect backdrop to witness such an event.


Sedona Arts Festival

Sedona is a leading community in the cultural arts of the Southwestern United States, and this October festival is the time to celebrate it! 125 artists from across the US will be showcasing their work amongst the stunning red rocks of Sedona.


Abundant hikes in America’s Day Hike Capital

Sedona is full of trails for any range of hiker, so when the temperature drops in the fall months, you can explore them all! Okay, maybe not all, but you can hit as many as your legs can handle.


And this is just the start. Visit the Grand Canyon & Sedona yourself this fall! Trips are still available July – October 2019. Contact us now to book your spot and enjoy the beauty of the Southwest and all it has to offer.

Want to know our 3rd and final choice for Fall 2019? Read on here.