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“Amaging spot!” 5 of 5 bubbles
Review of Grand Canyon Caverns Tours

Grand Canyon Caverns Tours
Los Angeles, California
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7 reviews
5 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
“Amaging spot!”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 May 2014

Good Facility and memorable place. We have wonderful moment in caverns tour. they have many historical spot in cave.

Visited May 2014
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Cottonwood, AZ
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71 reviews
25 attraction reviews
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“Worth the Journey”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 May 2014

Grand Canyon Caverns is definitely worth seeing. It is privately owned and cost $20 per adult for the guided regular tour. It is ¾ mile long and is along concrete paths that go up and down through the different chambers 200-300 ft. underground. If you cannot walk at least a couple of miles on flat ground you would not enjoy the tour. It is the largest DRY cavern in the USA. Desiree was our guide. She has a bubbly young personality that compliments the quirkiness of the caverns history. Everyone had a great time. The caverns are off of historic Route 66 at mile post 115 northwest of Seligman about an hour west of Williams, AZ. From route 66 you pull off at the old motel, stay left and go about a mile to the restaurant and caverns. 35.517870, -113.219510 We live in northern AZ and will revisit this journey.

Visited May 2014
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San Diego, California
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149 reviews
57 attraction reviews
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“Was Skeptical But This Place Was Worth the Stop”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 5 April 2014

Maybe it is because it was my first time in a real cavern but this place was well worth my time and money and my kids and husband also really enjoyed it. Don't be turned off by the location or the dilapidated structures and roads leading to this attraction. The caverns located here are supposedly the largest dry caverns in all of the United States and took about one hour to see and walk through the whole thing. We took an elevator down 240 feet (22 stories) to get to the cavern area. The pathway was cemented and smooth with ambient lighting throughout making it very accessible for folks young and old who can walk without issue. There is no way one would feel claustrophobic inside. It was truly immense inside. Two of the caverns wereIMAX movie theater size to give people some perspective of the size. This place was also listed as an emergency shelter and one of these large caverns had enough supplies in there to hold over 2000 people for 2 weeks. Pretty large cavern if it can hold over 2000 people!

Visited April 2014
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Palm Springs
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358 reviews
114 attraction reviews
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“LARGEST DRY CAVERNS 22 STORIES UNDERGROUND”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 February 2014

The 3rd largest dry caverns in the world are 22 stories underground which you can tour via a 12-person elevator that brings you into a fascinating world of caverns large enough to hold a football field. At a perfect 65-degrees 14/7/365 days, nothing lives there. A mumfied bobcat that fell into the "hole" perfectly mummified. The have a guided tour - great! The even have a bedroom built-in and you can rent it for a 'pitch-black-no-sounds" evening of fun and frolic......a must see if you good to the Grand Canyon, which is 68 miles down the road....The caverns were originally called Dinosaur Caves, but they discovered that the only air in the caverns comes from the Grand Canyon South Rim, and travels the 68 miles underground feeding fresh air to the caverns.

Visited January 2014
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Thailand
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102 reviews
66 attraction reviews
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“Was a dry cavern”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 October 2013

This was a interesting cavern, but being a dry one, there was not too many interesting things to see. The stories about the bobcat being trapped in the cave and how it was discovered, was interesting. You can stay overnight at a cost of $550 per night.

Visited October 2013
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