Start the day by visiting the Grand Canyon Visitor Center to learn about the park's history, geology, and hiking trails.
Take a hike along the Rim Trail, which offers stunning views of the canyon and various photo opportunities.
Watch the sunset over the canyon at Hopi Point, one of the best sunset viewing spots in the park.
Rise early and take a guided tour of the South Rim on a mule ride, which is an unforgettable experience and offers a unique perspective of the canyon.
Visit the Desert View Watchtower, a historic structure that offers panoramic views of the canyon and surrounding landscape.
Take a leisurely stroll through the Grand Canyon Village and visit the historic El Tovar Hotel, built in 1905.
Take a day trip to the North Rim and hike the North Kaibab Trail, which offers incredible views of the canyon and unique geological formations.
Visit the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass-bottomed observation deck that extends 70 feet out from the edge of the canyon.
End the day with a scenic flight over the canyon, which offers breathtaking aerial views and a memorable experience.