You’ll find info about Grand Canyon travel restrictions, quarantine policies and much more by going to our Covid-19 Travel Advisor.
It’s impossible to predict what the future holds, so it’s good to know that you can cancel or change your Grand Canyon holiday package. If you booked in the last 24 hours, you may be eligible for a refund. If it’s an older booking, your airline, hotel or car rental company may charge a fee. Visit our Customer Service Portal to learn more.
If you’re eager to see well-known sights such as Grand Canyon National Park and Mather Point, head straight for Grand Canyon Village. You might want to stay a few extra nights to fully experience this vibrant city.
The ideal time to travel to Grand Canyon comes down to personal preference. If you’re holidaying on a limited budget, you might want to avoid September, which is considered to be the most expensive time of year. January is usually when you’ll land the best prices. To enjoy the atmosphere of peak season, pack your bags for July, June, May. October, December, November are the least popular months to visit and a good idea if you want to get away from the crowds.
It can be difficult to know when is the ideal time to book your holiday to Grand Canyon. But generally the earlier you book, the cheaper the prices. Sometimes, you can secure your flights and hotels up to a year prior to your departure date. If you’re hoping for a last-minute getaway, no need to panic! There are great bargains popping up on Expedia all the time.
Tailor deals that match your budget with an Expedia package. Hotels, flights, rental cars — we have everything you need to plan your escape. You’ll save precious dollars just by bundling your bookings. Whether you’re heading away on a ski adventure or kicking back on a warm beach, your ideal getaway is only a few clicks away.