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.