Covid-19/Flu Policy

REMEMBER:  Our tours are 100% private, so other than your Guide, no one outside your family/group will be on your tour.  This offers us the flexibility mixed tour companies cannot match.

Social Distancing:  Your Guide will maintain “Social Distancing”.  Our goal is that EVERYONE feel 100% comfortable.

Masks: 

99% of Arizona currently has a MANDATED MASK policy.  In a nutshell, if you’re inside a vehicle and there’s ANYONE outside your family/group driving (Guide/Driver), EVERYONE MUST WEAR A MASK.

We’ve included a link to the mask mandate if you’d like to read it yourself.

OUR SOLUTION – BARRIER:  There’s NOTHING comfortable about wearing a mask, all day long.  For this reason we’ve modified our vehicles to include a clear barrier between the front part of the vehicle (front two seats), and the rear passengers.  By having the Guide in a separate area/space, removed from the guests, neither the Guide of your family/group needs to wear a mask.  Of course the front passenger seat will not be available for guests until the mandatory mask ordinance is no longer active.

    • GUIDE:  Masks are required to be worn only when 6 feet of separation is not possible.
    • GUESTS:  Masks will NOT be handed out to Guests.  You’re required to bring your own mask/s if you deem necessary.

Cleaning: 

While we are leaving it to our Guests to determining the level of CDC guidelines followed; as a company we are doing the following to safeguard our Guests.

    • Guides will not conduct tours if sick.  Each is asked to report ANY illness, and tours will be reassigned as needed.
    • Vehicles will be cleaned and sanitized before, during and after each tour.
    • Hand sanitizer will be available.
    • Tours will focus on the less dense areas within the National Park (which happen to be the best areas anyway).

MORNING CANCELATION:

The safety of our Guests and that of our Guides is TOP PRIORITY. 

If your Guide has concerns with the health of member of your group, he/she can choose to cancel the tour THAT MORNING.  EXAMPLE:  A member of your group has a deep chest cough, and looks to be battling an illness.  While your group my think it’s OK to continue, your Guide has the authority to cancel the tour.

    • If a member of your group is ill, have them stay home.
    • There is NO REFUND for cancellations the morning of the tour due to health concerns.