We held a one-day tour of the Grand Canyon on January 15th.
The customer this time was a family of four who came to study abroad at a university in California from a Japanese bank.
At first, I was worried about a mixed-ride tour with two small children, but as a result, I was able to charter four people and enjoy the tour with peace of mind.
The weather in the Grand Canyon has been stable since the beginning of the year. The winter vacation in the United States is over and the park is quiet.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on January 10th and 11th.
The guests were a total of five people, a family of three living in New York and two females living in Oklahoma.
In this course, we went sightseeing in Sedona, Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon and so on.
The weather was good for two days, and there were few people in any of the tourist spots, so I enjoyed the scenery slowly.
A two-day, one-night Grand Circle tour was held on January 4th and 5th.
The customers were two women studying abroad at a university in Minnesota.
The weather was good overall this week and this tour was also the best sightseeing day for two days.
At the Grand Canyon, I saw the sunset and the sunrise in the cold, but I was pleased to see the sunset on the horizon and the sunrise ascending without any clouds in the sky.
Due to the congestion during the year-end and New Year holidays, the city of Las Vegas is very busy with the large-scale convention CES being held this week. I've heard that many people have stopped participating in CES from Japan due to the emergence of Omicron strains, but I still see many Japanese.
Usually, many college students come to see the Grand Canyon on their graduation trips in January and February until the graduation ceremony, but this year's graduates also go abroad on their graduation trips, as they did last year. I'm in a difficult situation.
If anyone can still come to see the Grand Canyon, this is welcome!
Sightseeing spots can be visited as usual without any harmful effects.
In that case, please let me know.