A full-day tour of the Grand Canyon was held on May 29th and 30th.
The guests on the 29th were a family of four stationed in New York, a couple stationed in Chicago, and a total of eight men and women studying abroad in Los Angeles.
The guests on the 30th were a family of three stationed in New York and a couple studying abroad in San Diego, for a total of five people.
Everyone came to the Grand Canyon for a trip during the holidays of Memorial Day.
We were able to guide the tour as planned without the expected heavy congestion during the consecutive holidays.
It may be that the soaring price of gasoline makes it difficult to go out in your own car.
On May 28th and 29th, we held a one-night, two-day Grand Circle tour.
There were a total of four guests, a couple residing in Houston and a couple residing in Michigan.
We had you participate in the trip of the Grand Circle using the consecutive holidays of Memorial Day in the United States.
Although there are differences depending on the region, most areas in the United States will be in full swing from Memorial Day to summer vacation. For people living in the United States, this summer vacation is likely to continue to focus on travel within the United States.
After all, summer is the season for national parks, so it seems that the tourist spots in the Grand Circle will be crowded for a while.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on May 24th and 25th.
The customers were two men and women who came to travel from Japan.
The number of customers traveling from Japan is increasing little by little, but it is often the case that mixed-ride tours are still reserved like this time.
It's a tough situation for us to organize the tour, but I think we're very lucky for the customers who participate in the tour.
Please come to the Grand Canyon for sightseeing, aiming for a high charter rate before the overseas travel is revived in earnest and you are busy.
We held a one-day tour of the Grand Canyon on May 22nd and 23rd.
The customers on the 22nd were a total of 4 people, 2 couples who came from Japan for a trip.
The guests on the 23rd were a total of eight people, including a family of four stationed in South Carolina and four women studying abroad in the United States.
Everyone was overwhelmed by the magnificent scenery of the Grand Canyon, which cannot be seen in Japan or other states in the United States.
We held a tour of the Grand Circle for 2 nights and 3 days from May 16th to 18th.
The customers were a couple studying abroad at a university in San Francisco from a Japanese company and a woman living in Hawaii, for a total of three people.
At the Grand Canyon, I was able to see the moving sunset and the sunrise in the best weather.
In Monument Valley and Antelope Canyon, I learned a little about Native Americans through the guidance of the Navajo tribe.
At Bryce Canyon, I saw a group of mysterious rocks up close and took a lot of pictures.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on May 14th and 15th.
The customers were three men and women who came to travel from Japan.
As a result, the mixed-ride tour was chartered, and at the request of the customer, we skipped the Sedona sightseeing on the first day and slowly visited only the Grand Canyon. I was very happy to see the Grand Canyon to the sunset, such as walking along the trails and going to the observatory, which is not usually guided by tours.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on May 13th and 14th.
The customer was a married couple stationed in Michigan.
On the first day of this tour, we will visit Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Lake Powell and stay at Flag Staff in the town of Route 66.
On the second day, explore the Grand Canyon, play at Bear Arizona in the Wild Animal Park, and return to Las Vegas.
In the best weather on both days, we enjoyed the tour that was reserved for the couple until the end.
We had a one-day tour of the Grand Canyon on May 11th, 12th and 13th.
The customers on the 11th were a total of 3 people, a man who came from Japan and 2 women who live in San Francisco.
The customer on the 12th was a couple who came to travel from Japan.
The guests on the 13th were two men and women living in Florida.
The number of participants in the tour is still small, but the frequency of the tour has increased.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on May 9th and 10th.
The customers were three parents and children who came to see their daughter studying in the United States from Japan.
He said that what impressed me most about this trip was the sunset and the sunrise that I saw at the Grand Canyon.
We had a one-day tour of the Grand Canyon on May 6th, 8th and 9th.
The guests on the 6th were a couple who came from Japan and a man stationed in Reno, Nevada, for a total of three people.
The customers on the 8th were three men who came to travel from Japan.
The customers on the 9th were a total of four people, a man and a woman who came from Japan and a couple who are stationed in Los Angeles.
Every day was sunny and I was impressed by the magnificent view of the Grand Canyon.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on May 5th and 6th.
The customer was a couple residing in Alabama. Before returning to Japan this month, I had you take a tour on a domestic trip.
At first, he thought about using a rental car to go around on his own, but he decided to go on a tour because of the long distance and soaring rental car costs. During my assignment to the United States, I couldn't travel as I expected due to the Korona-ka, so this time I was looking forward to sightseeing in Las Vegas and nature.
We held a one-day tour of the Grand Canyon on May 4th and 5th.
The customer on the 4th was a couple who came from Japan on a trip to Golden Week.
On the 5th, there were a total of 5 guests, a couple stationed in San Diego, a parent and child stationed in Tennessee, and a woman who came from Japan on a Golden Week trip.
I was impressed by everyone who participated in the tour because I was able to see the scenery of the Grand Canyon from afar on the tour in fine weather for both days.