How COVID Will Impact Spring Travel at the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon National Park is an obvious place to plan your next vacation in the time of COVID-19. On top of exploring one of the Wonders of the World, there’s so much room, you don’t have to worry about being too close to other people. If you’re planning your next trip with us, here’s some helpful tips to remember for your stay!
- Masks are required when you cannot be more than 6 feet apart. Make sure your mask is in an easy to reach place! They are required when riding shuttle buses or when you can’t socially distance from others. While there’s typically lots of space to spread out, make sure you’re prepared!
- Bring extra water. Some water fountains are temporarily out of service to help reduce the spread of COVID. If you’re able to pack extra water jugs, you may want to do so! Check out the official Grand Canyon National Park website for more information about what’s available during your stay.
- Plan ahead for ways to avoid other people. Plan ahead to rent one of our Polaris vehicles to explore. You can take your own path or follow one of our pre-loaded routes. Adventuring on your own terms will make it easier to relax and enjoy your trip while sightseeing!
- Talk to locals. A great perk of visiting restaurants or local shops is that the people who live and work in the area are happy to share some of their favorite spots with you! They’ll make it easy to go off the beaten path and view the Grand Canyon from a new angle!
- Purchase tickets in advance. Almost everything now offers an online option for booking or tickets. For day passes into the park, you can visit here. You can also complete our online booking form so then when you arrive to Grand Canyon Rentals Adventures, all you have to show is your driver’s license!
Whether you’re visiting for the first time or are a Grand Canyon pro, we’re happy to help you along the way to navigate the best possible trip! Contact us by phone, email, or via Facebook and we will answer any question you may have!