Grand Canyon Village
The Grand Canyon Village, which is the sightseeing base of the Grand Canyon National Park, has a visitor center, lodging facilities, restaurants, and stores, and is an area that visitors to the Grand Canyon must stop by. The area is also home to some of the most famous viewpoints on the South Rim, such as Mather Point and Yavapai Point, and is always crowded with people.
The Grand Canyon, located in northern Arizona, is famous for its spectacular cliffs created by deep canyons averaging 1,200 meters in depth. The Colorado River, which flows through the Colorado Plateau, has carved the rocks over tens of millions of years to create this huge canyon. The center of the tourist attraction is the South Rim, which is located on the south side of the Colorado River, where you can see different beautiful and magnificent views from various viewpoints.