The El Tovar Hotel is widely considered the crown jewel of the National Park Lodges.
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Fight vertigo on the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass-bottomed bridge 4,000 feet above the canyon.
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Located along the South Rim, Hopi Point is the perfect place to watch the sunset.
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Head to the East Rim to snap a picture of Instagram favorite Horseshoe Bend.
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Hike into the canyon on the North Kaibab Trail, then spend the night at the Bright Angel Campground.
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White-water rafting through the Grand Canyon offers a memorable adventure.
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Plan ahead and score a permit to see Havasupai Falls.
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On your first visit to the Grand Canyon, walk the Rim Trail to see the main sights.
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Cool little park in the heart of the CBD. Originally the home of the Impala Stampede sculpture that is now on the Main Street pedestrian mall, and donated by the founder of Anglo American and De Beers. The park struggled In the CBD’s down years, but has now been relaunched as part of the rejuvenation of the CBD. They even added a sculpture of young bokkies to harken back to the original sculpture.