Arizona Mexico and Copper Canyon

I have heard great things about Copper Canyon in Mexico, is it 4 times bigger than the Grand Canyon and can you tour the region?

This is an amazing place to visit and can be combined with say Arizona and compare yourself to the Grand Canyon and other great Mexico locations.

We have found a great option and have posted the details below.

Some information about these destinations:

Arizona

Vast canyons. Towering sandstone spires. Untouched forests. From the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley to the White Mountains – featuring the charming towns of Pinetop-Lakeside and Show Low, Northern Arizona dazzles at every turn – and offers countless ways to excite your spirit and indulge your soul. So grab your sense of adventure – and some good hiking boots or skis – and head out for one of these top destinations:

For more information see the official tourist information site – Arizona

Copper Canyon Mexico

It’s been a long but very worthwhile journey. You’ve reached the heart of the Tarahumara Mountains in the northeast corner of Chihuahua state and find yourself standing atop the majestic heights known as Las Barrancas del Cobre (Copper Canyon), a name that derives from the stunning greenish copper hue of the canyon walls. Spanning a total length of 59,545 km. (37,000 miles), these canyons are longer and deeper than the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Their mighty walls conceal remarkable legends, traditions and surprises.

One such surprise awaits you in the vibrant community of the Raramuris or Tarahumaras, where indigenous people have made the canyons their home for centuries and their lives are intertwined with the mountains. Living in this remote region, their way of life has largely been preserved.

For more information see the official tourist information site – Copper Canyon Mexico

Here is the tour we recommend

10 Day Arizona Mexico and Copper Canyon

We found this and many thanks to them at www.sightseeingtours.co.uk

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