The Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a great way to experience it is by taking a camping trip to appreciate its rock formations and wholly enjoy its uniqueness.
There are various different opportunities for camping in this, the most famous national park in the United States.
Here you will find inspirational landscapes and breath taking splendor that cannot be beaten anywhere in the start of Arizona.
It is a dream camping destination for campers as certain areas have been designated to provide people with an experience that is more in touch with nature.
Alternatively, if a camper prefers a few home comforts then the more built up sites have good basic facilities. The Mather and Desert View campgrounds are highly recommended especially for people with younger families.
Any trip can include tours at the canyon tops, fishing trips and even helicopter rides. When deciding to take a hike it is usually better to find a local guide, which usually means getting much more from your outing.
Hiring a guide will also avoid the risk of getting lost, many people assume that they can find their way around and end up getting hopelessly lost.
If you have a desire to camp out in the desert this is very different from pitching a tent in the ground. Specialized equipment is necessary so take advice before you embark out onto the sand.
Whichever way you chose to enjoy this magnificent destination it will almost certainly be a vacation to remember.