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.
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.