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Visited Guano Point as part of an organised tour. The view from here is breathtaking. It was a stunning place to sit, relax and take in the views. Also had lunch here and the food was extremely tasty and fresh.
After you finish Eagle Point, be sure to check out this area... Not nearly as busy as the Skywalk, but this isn't to be missed. Seeing the remaining equipment and learning the history of this place was really interesting, and it gives you an appreciation...More
This was awesome! Bucket list item crossed off!
The Hualapai tribe are the tour operators. We purchased the legacy ticket. It's the baseline ticket and only option for sale at that time. The skywalk, horse rides and Zipline were all closed due to bad weather....More
Dropped off here, after visiting Eagle Point. Views great but again no guard rails, so you could fall in the Canyon.
We had tickets with food included. It was like queuing for school dinners. Food served on portion plastic plates. We had mashed potatoes with...More
Just a short bus ride from the Eagle Point and there it is a stunning view of Guano Point. There’s an eatery too. The choice of set meal is either beef or chicken with small bowl of salad, mashed potato with gravy, a quarter of...More
Good way to spend the day. Do ity for the experience. Guano Point is just a hop, skip and a jump on the shuttle and the view is spectacular. Very rural & untouched. Hike to the "High Point" to get a 360' view of the...More
Went there from Las Vegas. Was totally worth 2.5 hour trip with Pink Jeep Tours Las Vegas. The road to the Canyon goes through Joshua tree forest. How cool is that.
Both Guano Point and Eagle Point are great but I must say that the...More
Wit a spectacular view and an open area to take photos, this place can be overwhelming. Sometimes you have to pinch yourself and remind yourself that this is not a Hollywood backdrop. It is real and it is massive and it is smack dab in...More
Response from Suria_Nataadmadja | Reviewed this property |
Guano Point is part of the Grand Canyon West, so as the Eagle Point where the skywalk is. The parking spaces are free at the ticketing and Hualapai ranch area. To reach the Guano and Eagle Points can only be done by hoping... More
Guano Point is part of the Grand Canyon West, so as the Eagle Point where the skywalk is. The parking spaces are free at the ticketing and Hualapai ranch area. To reach the Guano and Eagle Points can only be done by hoping on the bus which is complimentary. The Grand Canyon West is run by the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation. Day pass to visit Guano Point, Eagle Point, and Hualapai ranch is $49,92 include tax.
Response from Cshastry2 | Reviewed this property |
Best option would be to go to West rim. Apart from Sky walk, you can opt visit Eagle point, Guano point, Tribal village etc., You can enjoy freshly baked corn too... Include Hoover dam & its surroundings in your schedule... More
Best option would be to go to West rim. Apart from Sky walk, you can opt visit Eagle point, Guano point, Tribal village etc., You can enjoy freshly baked corn too... Include Hoover dam & its surroundings in your schedule. You can just park your car and enjoy nature...