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Grand Canyon Resort Corp
City: Peach Springs
Tel: +1 928 769 2419
Offering hiking, ATV and helicopter tours of the Grand Canyon, guided and narrated van tours of Diamond Creek, white-water rafting excursions, and trophy game hunting on the Hualapai Indian Reservation.

Oak Tank Outfitters
City: Peach Springs
Tel: +1 520 769 2817
Oak Tank Outfitters is 100% owned by Hualapai tribal members with more than 14 years of experience in Grand Canyon guiding. Our tribe, the Hualapai, owns over 100 miles of magnificent canyon land. The side canyons were home for our Hualapai people. Our oral history is rich, with knowledge of the native plants and animals. A trip into the Grand Canyon offers a look into the Earth's creation... magnificent lava beds carved by the great Colorado River, crested by layers of vermillion sandstone and fossilized limestone. Don't miss a chance to travel through time.

Grand Canyon Caverns
City: Peach Springs
Tel: +1 928 422 3223
Grand Canyon Caverns is located on Historic Route 66 just 25 miles west of Seligman, Arizona and 60 miles east of Kingman, Arizona. We are not part of the Grand Canyon itself nor are we part of the National Park system. The South Rim Village is 123 miles north east of us on Highway 64. Havasu Canyon is 65 miles northwest of us on Indian Highway 18. We are the nearest facility to the turn off to the Hualapai Hilltop parking lot, the jumping off point for the hike into the Havasupai Indian Reservation and Havasu Canyon with its beautiful Havasu Creek and waterfalls.

Hualapai Lodge
City: Peach Springs
Tel: +1 928 769 2230
The Hualapai Lodge is set in the Native American culture of the Hualapai Nation in Peach Springs, Arizona. The culture permeates the Lodge as you pass through the main doors entering the gathering place of the Lodge. The lobby features high vaulted wooden ceilings, Haulapai art, a river-rock fireplace and a nest of comfortable seating. An atmosphere encouraging visitors to begin or end the traveling day with shared adventures.

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