Arizona is well recognized for its infamous natural landmark–the Grand Canyon, but this bustling state embodies so much more than its namesake. As the sixth-largest state in the United States, Arizona is truly an adventurer’s paradise.
Settled on the Historic Route 66, the Grand Canyons Caverns airport is just a 15-minute drive to the nearby community, Peach Springs. This quaint town is the capital of the Hualapai nation and the inspiration behind the town of Radiator Springs in the Pixar film Cars. Peach Springs is regarded as the gateway to exploration with the Grand Canyon Skywalk—a 4,000 foot glass-bottomed bridge hovering above the canyon floor, Hualapai River Runners whitewater river-rafting, and the Grand Canyons Caverns cave tours.
Consisting of miles of hiking trails through diverse landscapes, both aboveground and underground, when you finally land at the jet charter airport in Grand Canyons Caverns, expect to encounter extraordinary historic communities with welcoming and inspiring people.
Previously known as Dinosaur City, the Grand Canyon Caverns is a hub of family fun and just a six-minute drive from the airport at Mile Post 115 on Route 66. Explore 45-minutes or 210 feet below the earth’s surface on a guided cavern tour. When you’re finished, enjoy delicious mouth-watering grub at the local restaurant or settle in for a few nights at the nearby Inn or campground.
If you’re ready for an action-packed trip that is fun for the whole family, consider booking with Stratos and flying directly to the jet charter airport in Peach Springs. It’s sure to be unforgettable.