Commercial Bus Tours Return to the Grand Canyon!
Long awaited news for the tourism industry in the Grand Canyon has arrived! The following was included in Grand Canyon Nation Park’s newsletter email. Please visit their website for more information by clicking here.
“Commercial bus tours will again be a regular sight at Grand Canyon National Park in the coming weeks. The following two commercial vehicle occupancy models have been established and are effective May 8, 2021:
- Operators committing to have all customers/passengers either vaccinated or tested immediately before the trip (72 hours) will be permitted to operate in the park at 100% capacity.
- Operators that cannot commit to having all customers/passengers either vaccinated or tested immediately before the trip (72 hours) will be limited to 50% of vehicle capacity, or 10 persons (including driver, guide), whichever is greater.
- Continued COVID-19 mitigations and other CDC recommendations will remain in place for commercial operators.
- Operators will sign a certification document. Their signature on the document certifies they understand and agree to comply with the established parameters. This document will not need to be presented at entrance stations but should be carried in the tour vehicle.
Operators will be responsible for conducting their operations in a manner that is safe and protects the health of employees, customers and the public.”
The Grand Canyon East Entrance will open on April 8, 2021!
For more information about the East Entrance opening and what to expect please visit this link:
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