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“Flights into the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport from major hubs average around $700, but you can find lower prices, especially if you fly during the week rather than on the weekend, or at times that are not quite so popular, like late evening.”

Flying into Beautiful Grand Canyon

Phoenix, Arizona is the perfect place to begin your exploration of The Grand Canyon, since many flights to Phoenix are available and it’s only about 180 miles away from the park. An amazing 277 miles long, The Grand Canyon boggles the senses with its astonishing array of colors, textures, and scenery.
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How Do I Book a Flight To Phoenix?

Flights into the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport from major hubs average around $700, but you can find lower prices, especially if you fly during the week rather than on the weekend, or at times that are not quite so popular, like late evening.

What Is the Best Way To Get To and From the Airport?

If you plan to spend a lot of time at the Grand Canyon, a rental car is your best bet. Some area hotels also offer shuttles to and from the airport, as well as taxis downtown that will run about $20. There is no public transportation to the park, although there are private companies which offer daily tours.

Are There Any Nearby, Inexpensive Hotels?

Americas Best Value Inn Downtown Phoenix is a great priced hotel at only about $70 a night with an included breakfast. Reviewers commented on how clean the hotel is. The hotel is within walking distance of downtown Phoenix, and readily accessible to public transportation.

Can You Hike and Camp in the Grand Canyon?

There are developed campgrounds on both the North and South Rims, but you will need a permit if you want to camp anywhere else. Hiking is also available, but keep in mind that hiking and camping in the Grand Canyon are not for amateurs as this is a difficult, desert landscape which requires certain skills.

Are There Any Additional Travel Tips?

All the major airlines fly into Phoenix, but some of the smaller airlines like Jet Blue also offer flights and have great deals. If you have time and enjoy art, Sky Harbor has one of the largest airport art collections in the United States. Free exhibitions are located throughout all terminals and are viewable 24 hours a day. The Grand Canyon National Park is a truly astonishing sight and something everyone should see. Whether you enjoy camping, hiking, or just witnessing beautiful scenery, you should visit the park.

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