RVing to an international travel destination like the Grand Canyon is an experience you should never miss. A historical place where millions of visitors from different parts of the world stay and explore its majestic beauty. It is also one of the best RVing hot spots and if it’s your first time RVing at the Grand Canyon, here are some videos that you should check out before taking your trailer there.
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Always plan ahead of time. That includes preparing for the long drive, re-routes and unpredictable weather which GPS cannot predict as well. Take advantage of the flexibility in traveling in an RV, stop and go anytime and anywhere you want to. Have the following things handy:
- Easy to fold-up chairs
- Portable tables
- Standing umbrella or gazebo
- Tour planner/guide
- Emergency kits
Getting a camping pass or RV parking in advance is definitely a good idea. Plus, make sure that you have packed for up to a week’s supply of food and clothing since that is the average trip to the Grand Canyon but always travel light.
Enjoy exploring Arizona’s preserved historical site in your RV.