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We recommend that you keep around an hour to walk around Guano Point and relax at the cafe. There is a small hill which you can climb to enjoy better views but even if you are unable to climb over rocks, the views are still...More
Out of all the places we went to in Vegas and the the Grand Canyon, Guano point has to be the most amzing place I have ever been to and seen, totally breath taking, I`d fly to Maccarren airport 12.5 hrs, sit on a coach...More
Did not remember that much of my previous visit six years ago with my son except the Skywalk and the Guano story. The views are magnificent and awesome. Don’t know why I don’t remember much. Grand Canyon is indeed, Grand, no matter where you go....More
We saw Guano Point as part of our Grand Canyon West visit. Make sure that you get off the shuttle bus at this stop. It has got to be of the best views of the Grand Canyon. It was worth the entrance ticket price just...More
Went to Guano point during my Grand Canyon west rim tour. The two small mountain trail and the clear view of colorado river was just awesome. Family with kids must stay together as it can be dangerous on the edge. Otherwise its realy the natures...More
I’m giving this a 5 because what you’re going for is the view and it’s really fantastic here, as well as the rocks are fun to climb and Safe enough.
My advice is eat before you visit - the cafe has only one option -...More
Rented a car and drove from Vegas... long drive in the wilderness but an adventure nonetheless. Stock up on snacks and drinks on the way.
Beautiful views can be had at this location but the pricing is deceptive and the Skywalk is by far the...More
Beautiful spot to view the Grand Canyon: stay away from the edge:). We flew in by light plane then had a helicopter flight over and down into the canyon for a cruise on the Colorado River. Short bus trip from the air/heli port to Guano...More
Guano Point is at the Grand Canyon West Rim (not to be confused with South Rim or North Rim) and this is on an Indian reservation and so at the "entrance" you have to park, buy a ticket ($47) to get onto the property and...More
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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.