FAQ – Sedona Information
"Which hotels do you pick up from?"
We pick up from all hotels in Sedona and Flagstaff City Limits.
"What should I bring and what should I wear for my trip to the Grand Canyon?"
You should wear comfortable shoes, a hat to keep your head protected from the sun, sunglasses, and sunscreen. It may be cool in the early morning or evening and can get very hot in the afternoons. A light shirt, shorts and a rain jacket are recommended in warmer months. It does rain in Arizona so you may also want to carry an umbrella. Light day packs are great for carrying everything you will need and for filling up with all of the wonderful souvenirs that you will find at the many gift shops. Of course, don’t forget your camera with plenty of film.
For those going on the Colorado River Rafting Adventure, please wear shoes that are ok to get wet. There will be an opportunity for swimming; swimsuits & towels are optional.
"What will the temperature be at the Grand Canyon?"
Spring and Fall weather is extremely unpredictable. Be prepared for sudden changes in the weather during these seasons. Summer temperatures on the South Rim are relatively pleasant (50°s – 80°s F / 10°s – 20°s C). Inner canyon temperatures are often extreme. Daytime highs often exceed 100° F / 38° C. In the winter you can expect cold weather and possibly snow.
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"What is your cancellation policy?"
All prices are subject to local sales tax and do not include gratuities.
15% - 20% is the average gratuity if you enjoyed your tour.
Full refunds are offered on cancellations made 48 hours prior to the scheduled tour departure with the following exceptions:
All Train bookings require 72-hour cancellation for a refund.
Antelope Canyon Tours requires 72-hour cancellation and Guests must have good mobility. Colorado River Float Trip Tour: 7-day prior cancellation notice, no exceptions.
We recommend trip cancellation insurance for all travelers. Cancellation details for any custom tour program will be contained in your group contract. Please refer to your contract for details. Cancellations must be received in writing or by facsimile to Arizona Tour & Travel Group.
· Tour prices and availability are subject to change without notice.
· *Children 8 and under must be in a guest-owned car seat or booster seat.
"I have trouble walking. Are wheelchairs available?"
Yes. Let us know if you may need it and we will reserve it for you.
"I am uncomfortable giving my credit card information online. Is your site secure?"
Yes. Our reservation page is a secure page. Your credit card information is safe. If you prefer to make your reservation on the telephone, be sure to let us know that you found us on the web and you will still receive the internet discount.
"I can’t decide between the Colorado River Rafting Adventure and the Grand Experience Tour. What do you suggest?”
If you have not already seen the Grand Canyon, then choose one of our Grand Canyon tours. The Colorado River Rafting is above the Grand Canyon in Glen Canyon. This tour focuses more broadly on the Northern Arizona area, whereas our Grand Canyon tours focus almost entirely on the Grand Canyon. You will not see the Grand Canyon from the rafting tour. The river rafting tour is a wonderful compliment to one of our Grand Canyon tours, and it’s a lot of fun!