You will not use any photographs (including film, still, video, or otherwise) of the Tribe’s land and the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, and Skywalk), directly or indirectly, for profit (including any advertisement, news release or publication), without first obtaining the necessary written approvals and permits. management reserves all rights.
So while I was there if I had taken a really good picture i can’t sell it all? What the hell? I can understand if it’s a picture of the Skywalk. But holding the rights to the Grand Canyon itself and the Colorado River? Good thing i didn’t take any good pictures while there! As a photographer this just really sucks. Anyway i think that’s pretty ridiculous what they are asking for. I’m even part Cherokee Indian and i believe its unbelievable. Also on the ticket it releases them from any accident you get into while you’re on their land, which would be completely fine if their bus drivers didn’t drive like maniacs. Every time i got on a bus I prayed for my life, and that is no joke. Overall I think if your coming from Las Vegas its the easiest option to see the Grand Canyon. They offer white water rafting, the Skywalk which really looks like a unique experience, helicopter rides, and different bus stops along the rim. But if you’re students or photographers and you’re driving across country i think the Grand Canyon park north and south rim are the options to take.
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