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Hummer Tours at Grand Canyon National Park

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North Canyon Tour with Hummer Excursion

This Grand Canyon adventure begins with a helicopter tour over the deepest and widest regions of the South Rim, and includes ground transport to multiple scenic lookout points aboard an open-air Hummer vehicle.

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Grand Discovery Rim to Sky

Explore the Grand Canyon National Park from all angles with this combo airplane tour and Hummer ground excursion. You'll see views of the canyon expanse from the sky, then travel to multiple famous lookout points on an open-air Hummer vehicle.

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Family standing near the edge of the Grand Canyon with a Buck Wild Hummer in the foreground.

The Signature Tour

This Grand Canyon South Rim ground tour takes place aboard a customized open-air Hummer vehicle, which will take you to several famous lookout points with time to explore at each!

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How far is the terminal from our helicopter tour to the hummer terminal?

  • The Buck Wild Hummer Tour facililty is located about 1.6 miles (2.5 km) or about a 4 minute drive from the helicopter air terminal at the Grand Canyon National Park.

How many passengers can a Hummer tour vehicle accommodate?

  • The Hummer vehicles are fitted with 4 individual seats in the back row, then two rows of bench-style seating, which can accommodate several children or adults depending on their sizes. Typical Hummer excursions can transport up to 12 people.

Is the hummer tour bumpy?

  • The Hummer tour operates only on paved roads across the Grand Canyon National Park, so your ride will be rather smooth.

Which viewpoints will we see on a Hummer tour?

  • Your professional driver and guide will select 3-4 viewpoints across the Grand Canyon National Park, which could include Yavapai Point & Geology Museum, Pipe Creek Vista, Duck on a Rock, Grandview Point, Mather Point, Moran Point, and Grand Canyon Village. Your driver will base his decision on areas that have the least amount of foot traffic so your sightseeing experience can feel more secluded and private.

What kind of hummer do you operate?

  • Buck Wild's hummer fleet are repurposed military vehicles that once served as troop carriers, command centers, and even ambulances. These vehicles have been modified to feature forward-facing seating, a high-end speaker system for your guide's narration, and an open-air construction with a convertible enclosure that can be used in cooler weather.