Play Safe With Us

The safety and well-being of guests and employees is our top priority. 

Our safety measures continue to remain consistent with guidance from health officials including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), appropriate state and local agencies, and expert consultants.

  • The CDC understands "outdoors" to refer to any open-air area.
  • The CDC defines crowded, outdoor areas as instances where physical distancing (at least 6 feet between individuals of different households) cannot be maintained.
  • As outlined below, masks are required in certain situations. U.S. law stipulates that face coverings can be briefly lowered or removed while actively eating, drinking or taking oral medication. 

 

Please read the location-specific mask requirements outlined below, as well as a general warning regarding COVID-19:

 

 


 

 

TOURS DEPARTING SEDONA

Once tours cross its boundary, the Navajo Nation (which includes Antelope Canyon) requires that masks be worn by all guests. Similarly, once tours cross the boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona), guests are required to wear masks while in inside tour vehicles and Park buildings. 

The Navajo Nation stipulates that only masks covering nose and mouth will be accepted; face shields and exhaust valves are not accepted substitutes.

 

  Navajo Nation Grand Canyon National Park
INDOORS    
Enclosed Areas YES YES
OUTDOORS    
Crowded Areas YES No
Uncrowded Areas YES No
Designated Areas YES YES
VEHICLES    
Open-Air YES YES
Enclosed YES YES

 

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General Warning Regarding COVID-19

 

 


 

 

TOURS DEPARTING GRAND CANYON

Once tours cross the boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona), guests are required to wear masks while in inside tour vehicles and Park buildings. 

 

  Grand Canyon National Park
INDOORS  
Enclosed Areas YES
OUTDOORS  
Crowded Areas No
Uncrowded Areas No
Designated Areas YES
VEHICLES  
Open-Air YES
Enclosed YES

 

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TOURS DEPARTING LAS VEGAS

Due to high levels of covid transmission in Clark County, masks are required in all federal buildings. This affects tours visiting Hoover Dam and Red Rock Canyon State Park, as masks must now be worn inside both visitor centers, as well as during the Power Plant tour at the Hoover Dam.

Once tours cross the boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona), guests on the Grand Canyon South Rim Tour will be required to masks inside tour vehicles and Park buildings. 

 

  Hoover Dam Red Rock Canyon Grand Canyon National Park
INDOORS      
Enclosed Areas YES YES YES
OUTDOORS      
Crowded Areas No No No
Uncrowded Areas No No No
Designated Areas YES YES YES
VEHICLES      
Open-Air No No YES
Enclosed No No YES

 

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TOURS DEPARTING PIGEON FORGE

At this time, masks are not required on Pigeon Forge Tours.

 

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TOURS DEPARTING BRANSON

At this time, masks are not required on Branson tours.

 

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WARNING REGARDING COVID-19

Any interaction with the general public poses an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19. By visiting us, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure.

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Updated: 07/01/22