From the mystic desert rock formations in Monument Valley down to the lush forest creek in Sedona, Flagstaff is a convenient hub for planning your guided tours. With many services to choose from taking you to an array of locations you can view some of Arizona’s most scenic views with the comfort that you don’t have to drive. Let the professionals handle the driving while they tell you the history and culture of this diverse area. Enjoy the ride.
The southside of the railroad tracks in downtown showcases the diversity of Flagstaff, providing a community for early 1900s working-class minorities. Every step you take echoes the intertwined history of Native Americans, Mexican-Americans, African Americans and Basques that established the area. Tour the obvious, as well as hidden gems of the city’s oldest, most eclectic and historic neighborhood.
Also knows as “The Mother Road,” Route 66 continues to bisect Flagstaff today, and the road is lined with relics from the route’s hey day. Travel along the original alignment through the redeveloped Southside Historic District. This self-guided tour begins at the Historic Train Station, passing by classic drive-in motels and Flagstaff landmarks of old.
Meander through historic 1900s era downtown Flagstaff, reveling in stories about the lynching of outlaws, fires that destroyed entire blocks, friendly saloon owners and other early day characters. Learn how and why the town was permanently relocated across from the train station. Guided tours also offered seasonally.
With more than a century of haunted history and ghostly legends about bank robbers, ladies of the night, eccentric hotel guests and unfortunate lovers, Flagstaff has earned the reputation as one of Arizona’s most haunted cities. Stroll through Flagstaff’s paranormal past with a free self-guided brochure. Guided tours also offered seasonally.
- 1 E. Route 66 ·
- (928) 213-2951
The Flagstaff Selfie Trail consists of 15 locations throughout Flagstaff where a self portrait or "selfie" can be taken along with an iconic Flagstaff building. Each location is marked with a metal ground medallion placed in the perfect place to snap the selfie. Additionally, three seasonal seflies are mentioned for the best summer, winter and fall-time images. Free guide is available at the Flagstaff Visitor Center or by download. #flagstaffselfie
- 732 Deer Valley Rd. ·
- (480) 991-5557
Westwind’s exclusive tour routes take you over the most beautiful parts of Arizona, to view the grandeur in style and class, in a way like no other – from the air. The indescribable beauty of the Grand Canyon is the high point on most tours from all locations. Experience the emotional impact of flying at low elevations over the widest and deepest part of the Grand Canyon 'on the South Rim tours, a must-do for “Bucket-Listers” of any age. Or, grab your family or loved one and enjoy Westwind’s unique options like a combination of a plane, helicopter, boat ride, and the Glass Skywalk on the West Rim tour or continue on to Antelope Canyon or Monument Valley. From quiet contemplation to a wild and exciting adventure, Westwind has an itinerary that will fill your day with memories that will last a lifetime. Make your reservation today!
- 1500 E. Cedar Ave. ·
- (928) 526-4575
Since 1987, Rivers & Oceans has been the complete source for connecting people to whitewater rafting in Grand Canyon. Our Adventure Booking Specialists will find the best Grand Canyon river trip for you at no extra cost. Besides offering multi-day expeditions, we offer 1 & 2 day whitewater adventures in the Grand Canyon with plenty of availability for 2018. Whether you are a solo traveler or a large group, you can book today and raft tomorrow!
- 400 S Malpais Lane ·
- (928) 440-5079
Grand Canyon Adventures offers top-rated sightseeing and hiking tours to the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, and Horseshoe Bend. Grand Canyon Adventures also offers fully private tours that can be customized to create the trip of your dreams.
- 1051 S Milton Rd ·
- (928) 525-1552
Since 1999, offering guided hiking, backpacking and kayaking tours in Grand Canyon and across the Southwest. Choose from full-day or half-day hiking tours in Sedona or Grand Canyon. Also offering multi-day lodge-based hiking and sightseeing tours including Sedona, Grand Canyon, and other northern Arizona destinations. Local, professional guides.
- PO Box 2997 ·
- (928) 526-0924
Canyoneers is the oldest commercial rafting company running the Colorado River through Grand Canyon. They offer oar powered and motorized river adventures ranging from 3 to 14 days with knowledgeable, friendly and professional guides. The equipment is state of the art and meals are healthy, hearty and offer great variety. Canyoneers is family owned and operated and has been under current ownership since 1956. Their roots run deep and guides love showing customers what Grand Canyon river country is all about. Rafting with Cayoneers is truly a new reality as you leave your old life behind, and drop into the depths of the Grand Canyon gorge, riding on the swells of the mighty Colorado River. The canyon formations, colors and river movement are your new reality for the duration of your trip. Don't just run the Grand. This year, be a Canyoneer!
- PO Box 2157 ·
- (928) 284-8654
We offer small group adventure tours for women with destinations that are especially scenic AND offer an array of fun ways to explore the outdoors. Our trips are multi-activity, and very often include visits to spiritual places such as native ruins that guests connect with. We offer all inclusive pricing, and invite our solo travelers with no single supplement.
- 1821 W Soft Wind Lane ·
- (928) 266-1299
Canyon Country Grand Canyon Tours is a family friendly locally owned tour company. We offer Sightseeing Day Tours and professionally guided Photography Tours. Guides are local, trained and familiar with the Grand Canyon area history and geology. All tours are a maximum of 8 guests unless booked as a private tour and all can be reserved as PRIVATE TOURS.
- 2420 N. 3rd St. ·
- (928) 814-8887
The Grand Canyon National Park and Four Corners region experts. Our mission at All-Star Grand Canyon Tours is to help our guests find and thoroughly enjoy the best activities and experiences the Southwest's Four Corners region and Grand Canyon National Park has to offer. Our tours are fully customized to individual needs and desires and we pride ourselves on doing so in an environmentally responsible manner. Our company has over 86 years combined experience and our professional Guides possess the knowledge needed whether guests would like to see the National Parks from the inside out with hikes or focusing on photography, geology or native peoples and history. We also provide daily public tours to Grand Canyon, daily hikes, backpacking, cycling, rafting / float trips, charters and much more! TripAdvisor Award of Excellence 2012 through 2017.
- 22 E. Birch Street ·
- (928) 213-9233
The 15 passenger trolley is part bicycle, part pub crawl and 100% fun! Enjoy a cold beer as you pedal your way to Flagstaff's great breweries, pubs, and restaurants. The ONLY bike trolley in town you can drink on. The six passenger "crab" bike is a human-powered party on wheels. Information can be obtained through the employees at Hops on Birch.
- 3101 N. Fort Valley Rd. ·
- (928) 774-5213
Experience unparalleled opportunities to discover and explore the Colorado Plateau on outdoor adventures with experts, archaeologists, geologists, botanists, writers, artists and guides. Diverse itineraries include: hiking, backpacking, camping, van tours and lodge-based excursions. Custom tours can be designed for groups and families.
- 800 W. Route 66 Suite 2 ·
- (928) 637-6575
Located in an authentic 1960s Dixie gas station directly on Route 66, Eaglerider's multilingual staff will help you realize your rides with everything you need. They offer guided tours with a support vehicle or self-guided tours with the most popular models of Harley Davidson motorcycles. Visit their Route 66 Vintage Shop.