YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ – Grand Canyon National Park possesses a breath-taking scenery of colorful rock revealing millions of years of geologic history. Camping, hiking, and river trips are now up for you to explore this 2021 summer. To make the most of your experience, consider the following advice from the National Park Service.
1) Plan your trip and have a backup one
You will plan the best for your routines, so you should do the same for your back-to-nature vacation. Search for your desired Grand Canyon trip in the brand-new NPS APP to get the most detailed information for your travel plan. Always be alerted for any unconditional changes, such as road closures, weather conditions, etc.
2) Reserve your place to spend the night
Many excited visitors want to visit Grand Canyon National Park, so it is best to check the availability and make the reservation of the lodgings and campgrounds suitable to you. When you intend to camp for the night, remember you can only do so in a designated area.
3) Keep the wildlife as it is
You may have the humble heart by intending to feed the elks or wanting to pet the squirrels and bring them home, but it’s best not to do such when you encounter them. Wildlife animals in Grand Canyon have injured many people, and you don’t want to experience one, so let nature do it for them.
4) Pay attention to safety and health protocols
Keep your path on the route provided and never litter the site because nature deserves their rights to be beautiful for you. Be aware of your health condition, keep wearing masks and maintain social distancing at least six feet with others. Remember, you want to travel with excitement and go home with joy, not a disease.
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