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      Offering 5 tours from the new Wild Tour into the newly discovered caves to regulary guided tours. These caverns are nearly 300ft below the surface and are one of the largest dry caverns in the world.  The Grand Canyon Caverns offers a short tour that is wheel chair accessible.  If you’re really looking for an adventure check out the Explorer Tour which goes off the beaten path on un-marked climbs.


      Trail rides by horse or wagon are available through A Cowboy’s Way Ranch. Overnight rides or real cattle drives are some of the activities you can experience on the real western excursion.

      ☜ White water rafting

      One and two day motorized whitewater trips in the Grand Canyon.  The rafting trips cover the last 70 miles of the canyon and include some of the most spectacular views from this vantage point.  The trip involves 9 different breath-taking sections of rapids including some milder relaxing parts to heart pumping white water excitement.

      historic tours ☞

      With photos from the archives of the Mohave Museum of History & Arts, author Jim Hinckley transports guests through time with historic district walking tours.  Driving Tours and Trips available through Desert Wonder Tours.

      ☟ our playground ☟

      Grand Canyon West provides you with a unique Grand Canyon experience.  This destination is home to the World’s only Skywalk that takes you out on a glass bottomed horse shoe shaped walk way 4000 ft above the canyon floor.  At 40 mph the new Zip-Line screams across the canyon over 1000  ft above the Colorado River.  With 3,200 ft on two separate runs, this will truly make you fly.  Hungry?  They have a dining view along the rim of the Canyon at Sa’ Nyu Wa.  Experience more of what the Grand Canyon West has to offer by visiting their website.
      12 scenic miles from Kingman Hualapai Mountain Park with elevations up to 8417 ft is a pine covered desert oasis.  2300 acres of hiking, campin, biking, and even fine dining at Haulapai Mountain Lodge this destination is truly a  wonder of the area.
      No your not on a safari in Africa, welcome to Keepers of the Wild in Valentine Arizona, 30 miles east of Kingman on historic Route 66.   Keepers of the Wild is an internationally recognized sanctuary and has been featured in National Geographic, History Channel, Billy Connolly’s Route 66, Documentaries, magazines and more.  Lions, Tigers, and Bears oh my.
      Modern décor, combined with brand new service facilities, media and presentation capabilities make this the preeminet center for conferences, weddings, parties, fundraisers, exhibits and will hold up to 350 guests.

      Beale Celebrations is more than just a large, beautiful events center; it is also your total events solution.

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