The ultimate bird’s eye view is possible when travelers book their vacation rentals in Arizona and visit the Grand Canyon’s Skywalk. Provided by businessman David Jin and the Hualapai tribe, the structure is a glass horseshoe-shaped walkway that extends 70 feet beyond the edge of t
he Grand Canyon wall. The remarkable creation stands 4,000 feet above the Colorado River and can physically hold approximately 800 people on its surface.
After travelers receive special surgical booties provided by Skywalk employees, they can step out onto the walkway and witness miles upon miles of the Canyon’s wondrous ridges and cliffs appearing as tall as the clouds. The glass bridge is strong enough that visitors do not have to fear the 4,000-foot drop below them.
Another activity that will test travelers’ comfort with heights is a hot-air balloon ride over the Grand Canyon or overlooking the vast Sonoran desert. The same unobstructed view will be available, offering vacationers the opportunity to let their photography skills run wild.