Buck Wild Hummer Tours is open daily from 8 am-5 pm. During the Summer Months, the terminal is open from 8 am-6:30 pm. You can reserve online 24 hours a day. Send us an email at [email protected] anytime and we’ll answer quickly between 8 am -8 pm Arizona Time. Emails received outside of those hours will be answered first thing in the morning.
We can pick you up for your Hummer Tour at hotels/campgrounds in the Town of Tusayan or hotels/campgrounds inside the Grand Canyon National Park.
We do NOT provide pickup if you are located outside of those areas. We do not provide pickup from Valle AZ, Williams AZ, Flagstaff AZ, Phoenix AZ, Las Vegas NV, or any other areas besides the Town of Tusayan, or inside the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim.
Where do we go and What do we see?
The Hummer Tour takes place on paved, public roads (there is no off road travel permitted in the Grand Canyon National Park), and stops at 3-4 viewpoints, that could include: .
Yavapai Point & Geology Museum
Pipe Creek Vista
Duck on a Rock
Grand Canyon Village
We do not ‘go below the rim’ on the Buck Wild Hummer Tour, the only way to ‘go below the rim’ is to hike, or do a 2 day mule trip.
There are no roads that ‘go below the rim’, there is no ‘off road vehicle use permitted in the Grand Canyon National Park’, and there are no Ground Tours that will take you ‘below the rim’.
Buck Wild Hummer Tours stay on paved, public roads and your guides will choose the best viewpoints for your adventure, and provide a lot of history and information about the Grand Canyon and surrounding areas.
No, the Hummers will drive along paved, public roads during the tour. Grand Canyon National Park prohibits any off-roading.
The Grand Canyon really is incredible, each and every day throughout the year. As the sun moves through the sky, the light changes throughout the day at the canyon, so the colors and vistas are ever-changing. Some visitors enjoy the early morning light, while others prefer the colors of evening and sunset. Keep in mind that spring and summer are peak times at Grand Canyon National Park and the business seasons. Fall colors are stunning at the canyon, and winter is quiet and snowy.
Our tours operator rain or snow. We will not operate a tour if there is no visibility due to low clouds and/or fog. If it is raining or snowing, the hummers will be ‘enclosed’, the vehicles are heated, and we provide blankets and rain ponchos.
Dress warm with a jacket and hat, but our hummers come equipped with a heater and we have additional blankets to keep everyone comfortable.
Layered clothing is recommended through the months of March to September, and winter clothing should be worn from October to mid-March. Wear sensible shoes. The ground at the Grand Canyon is rough, rocky and uneven. It is important to wear sturdy, toe-covering shoes that can handle rough terrain. Sneakers or hiking boots are highly recommended.
Yes! And we would love for you to take a lot of photos! Be sure to share your photos on social media and tag us @buckwildhummertours!
We strictly prohibit Firearms and hazardous material aboard our vehicles, along with oversized baggage.
Kids and Babies
We welcome children of all ages! Under current California & Arizona law, a child in a passenger vehicle must be in a car seat or a booster seat if he or she is:
Younger than 8 years old, or
Shorter than 4 feet, 9 inches tall (57 inches)
Infant/Toddler Car Seats required for ages under 5
Booster Seat required for ages 5-7
Buck Wild Hummer Tours provides Car Seats and Booster Seats for no extra charge, be sure to choose them during your reservation process. You are welcome to use your own Car Seats or Booster Seats.
Select tours may be changed or cancelled without penalty up to 24 hours prior to departure, subject to availability. Cancellations within 24 hours of departure are non-refundable. No-shows will be charged in full with no refund.
Customers requiring boarding assistance must have a companion present to assist in boarding and disembarking the Hummer. A companion must also be present during the tour.
Wheelchairs and Walkers may be taken in the Hummer, as long as they are foldable.
There is not a ‘lot of walking’ involved in the Hummer Tours, but there is ‘some’ walking required. At each of the viewpoint stops, passengers will get out of the Hummer to explore the viewpoint, and passengers can enjoy the viewpoint with very little walking.
Guides will offer to take passengers ‘off the beaten path’ to explore the viewpoint from different areas, but this is not required for those with mobility issues to experience the viewpoint.