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Grand Canyon Tours From Las Vegas
Looking for the best Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas? Grand Canyon Destinations is a luxury bus and small group tour company that provides amazing tours. Travel to the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Las Vegas, and Utah National Parks!
Explore the beauty of the Southwest and take a luxury bus or a Mercedes Sprinter from Las Vegas to all the Grand Canyon Destinations. Tours include Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim, the West Rim and Grand Canyon SkyWalk, Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam, and Utah’s National Parks! We are committed to offering you comfort, convenience, and satisfaction!
Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour
Grab a seat on our Grand Canyon tour bus and go sightseeing in luxury, comfort, and style. No check-in terminals, no waiting. Experience the Mojave Desert scenery as you travel along historic Route 66 to the Grand Canyon National Park.
South Rim Bus Guided Walking Tour
Here’s your chance to get the real scope! Learn about the history, flora, and fauna of the Grand Canyon. Hear our professional and friendly tour guide give a narrative about the beautiful natural wonders surrounding this gem.
Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour
It’s an adventure when you travel on our fully equipped luxury tour bus to the West Rim. It’s an excursion when you take in the magnificent scenery through our large panorama windows, and it’s an attraction once you see this landscape masterpiece!
West Rim Bus Guided Walking Tour
Vegas Bound? The Grand Canyon is a bucket list item and a must-see adventure of a lifetime. For first-time visitors, our professionally trained walking tour guides will lead the way creating a personal and interactive experience.
Hoover Dam Express Bus Tour
This express tour makes for the perfect short trip to the Hoover Dam! Love Instagram? Get your cameras ready for the stunning and dramatic photo opportunities. Show your friends and family that you had a fantastic time exploring the natural side of Nevada! A delicious breakfast snack and bottled waters are on us.
Zion National Park Tour
Impressive views, incredible hikes, and endless outdoor activities are just a few of the memorable things to experience on a Zion National Park tour. This one-day tour takes you to the famous Zion Canyon in Southern Utah to explore for the day then returns you back to Las Vegas that night.
Why Choose Us?
Grand Canyon Tours By Grand Canyon Destinations
Grand Canyon tours taken through Grand Canyon Destinations offer an adventure tour experience that is as memorable as it is fun. We offer canyon tours from Las Vegas. Our tours travel to the South and West Rim of the canyon as well as the Hoover Dam and Zion National Park. All of our luxury tour experiences travel in our well-equipped and comfortable fleet of tour buses or Sprinter vans.
Our Grand Canyon Tours
Grand Canyon tours can be provided for small groups as well as large groups. Whether you plan to see the Hoover Dam or take one of our Grand Canyon South Rim bus tours, Grand Canyon Destinations can be your guide from Las Vegas. Being the best Grand Canyon tour company from Vegas means that we put you first.
We will exceed your expectations when it comes to service and comfort. When taking one of our Grand Canyon tours, you will find different ways to explore. The following information will fill you in on what to expect when seeing the Grand Canyons West Rim or booking one of our South Rim tours through our Grand Canyon tours website.
Traveling In Comfort
When it comes to traveling, we know that you want to be comfortable. That is why all of our tours make this a priority by riding in our luxury fleet of vehicles. Our large tour buses hold up to 55 passengers. Each bus has an on board restroom, head and foot rests, TVs for entertainment, and individually controlled air conditioning. There is plenty of room to stand up as well as storage for bags and souvenirs.
If you choose to take a small group Grand Canyon tour, you will ride in a 12-passenger Mercedes Sprinter van. There is extra leg room and ceilings tall enough to stand in these vans as well. Having your own personal tour guide will allow your small group to customize your tour as well.
Guided Walking Tours
Guided walking tours to the canyon are featured by Grand Canyon Destinations too. This tour allows guests to learn about the history of the Grand Canyon along with desert animals and plants. Small tour groups can go by a 12-passemger, luxury Mercedes Sprinter van to see all that a South Rim day tour has to offer. We travel to the more popular areas of the Grand Canyon such as Grand Canyon National Park and the West Rim, as well as to scenic canyon areas in southern Utah. Whether you are traveling with your family, friends, or solo, we can help you find just the right option for a day trip from Las Vegas.
Grand Canyon Tours To Grand Canyon National Park
You will love taking one of the Grand Canyon tours to the park, as you can plan this journey anytime. The park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. While the South Rim is quite popular with tourists, the North Rim of the canyon is only open from the middle part of May to October. Therefore, North Rim tours are not as popular as a South Rim day trip or a West Rim bus tour.
Grand Canyon Facts
Before you explore the South Rim, it’s nice to know some facts about the canyon itself. A major attraction, the Grand Canyon is 277 miles in length. The Colorado River, at the canyon’s base, has carved out the rock of the canyon for about 6 million years. The South Rim part of the canyon became part of the US National Park system on February 26, 1919. The park is the second-most visited national park in the US after the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee. Grand Canyon National Park sees about 6 million Grand Canyon visitors annually.
How Long It Takes To Reach Your Destination
If you go on one of our Las Vegas tours by bus, it will take about 4.5 hours to get to the park entrance. That is why we leave early in the morning at 6:00 am for our regular and rim VIP trips. We want you to be able to spend at least three hours inside the park once we reach the South Rim. From Las Vegas the park is about 280 miles away.
Travel Along Famous Route 66
The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is visited the most often of any Grand Canyon location. You will love taking the rim day trip to the South Rim, as you don’t have to check in at a terminal, nor have to wait in line. Enjoy the desert-scape of the Mohave Desert, as one of our buses takes you to your destination along the famous Route 66.
Grand Canyon Village
One of the areas of the Grand Canyon most visited is Grand Canyon Village. This is one of the featured attractions of Grand Canyon tours and rim tours within Grand Canyon National Park. This trip from Las Vegas may be taken by luxury bus, as a guided walking tour, or as rim day trip for small or large groups.
Some Of The Rim Hotels
If you wish to spend a longer time in the park and not take one of the rim day trip excursions, you can arrange to stay at one of the rim hotels as part of your Grand Canyon experience. One of the popular hotels on the South Rim is the historic El Tovar, which features 78 rooms. The Bright Angel Hotel feature 86 units. Two hotels that sit on the canyon’s rim include the Kachina Lodge and the Thunderbird Lodge. Therefore, you have several options if you don’t want to hurry back to Las Vegas on a Grand Canyon holiday.
How To Make The Most Of Your Time In The South Rim
You will find, once you enter Grand Canyon National Park, that three sections are part of the Grand Canyon South Rim. These sections include Desert View Road, Hermit Road, and Grand Canyon Village. Each part offers a slightly different canyon experience when taking a Grand Canyon South Rim day trip.
These sections are well known by travelers to the South Rim, unlike the areas inside the Grand Canyon North Rim. The North Rim is more remote and does not feature interactive buildings and activities. It is also closed in the winter time, which makes Grand Canyon North Rim tours rare journeys.
For example, you may want to rent a bicycle and bike along the 7-mile-long Hermit Road at the South Rim. Hermit Road begins at Grand Canyon Village and ends at the landmark of Hermit’s Rest. You can either bike or visit the viewpoints along the road by shuttle. The shuttle runs from March 1 until November 30. You must hike or take a bike from December to February. We recommend biking along the road, as it is easier than hopping on and off a shuttle, and much quicker than walking.
Popular South Rim Viewpoints
The viewpoints in the South Rim will give you some stunning views of the surrounding rockscape. Some of the popular venues include Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and Bright Angel Lodge. Mather Point can be seen at the beginning of a South Rim tour, while Yavapai point is at the halfway point on a walking tour, and Bright Angel Lodge is the ending point. All provide amazing and different views into the canyon.
Walking The South Rim Trail Of Time
You might also want to walk the South Rim Trail. This trail accommodates hikers and walkers of various skills and abilities, as most of the trail is paved and flat. The trail, which follows the perimeter of the rim, stretches 13 miles or 21 km from Hermit’s Rest to the South Kaibab trailhead. If you don’t want to walk all the 13 miles, you can always choose a small part of the trail to walk and use the shuttle part of the time.
Bright Angel Trail
One of the popular trails on the South Rim is the Bright Angel Trail. This trail, which is easily accessible, begins at Grand Canyon Village. The path begins at the South Rim and finishes at Bright Angel Campground, close to the Colorado River. The trail, which is about 9.5 miles in length, descends almost 4,400 feet. Like the South Rim Trail, you can hike part of the trail on one of our day trips, as it is difficult to walk the trail and come back in the same day. Therefore, we recommend that you hike part of the trail and turn around.
When you take a Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas, you can make the trip extra special by adding some unique activities. As mentioned, our Grand Canyon tours are adaptable to allow you to add any excursions you are interested in. This may mean you want to include one of the airplane tours at the South Rim, which can be arranged if you book in advance. Seeing Bright Angel Lodge and the expansive South Rim of the canyon from an air tour is an incredible site to see. Keep in mind that many activities are not possible during a one-day tour. However, you can take a bus tour to the canyon, stay the night, and return the following day on our bus tour.
Whatever form your Grand Canyon tours take, Grand Canyon Destinations is here to make the trip fun and memorable. Taking one of our tours of the Grand Canyon or communicating with our tour guides makes day trip tours in Grand Canyon locations that much more memorable.
Shortening Your Excursion Along Bright Angel Trail
One of the hiking options you can take on a Grand Canyon day trip along Bright Angel Trail is walking 1.5 miles to the resthouse. The path is a 3-mile round trip that allows you to descend a switchback trail on the rim.
More ambitious hikers hike the Bright Angel Trail to the Indian Garden, which offers a 9-mile roundtrip adventure. After you past the resthouse on this trail, the path levels out, although you are still descending down the trail. Don’t try to go past the Indian Garden in the summer, as the thermometer can read triple-digit Fahrenheit temperatures.
If you choose to take the trail when it is cooler, you may pursue an adventure down Bright Angel Trail to Plateau Point. This 12-mile round-trip hike is beyond Indian Garden, and permits trail-goers to see a great view of the Colorado River.
A Tip For Hikers Who Hike Bright Angel Trail
One tip to remember when hiking the Bright Angel Trail is that going down the trail is much easier than returning, as you are walking up an incline. If you take the Bright Angel Trail, it is best to begin early, and arm yourself with plenty of water and salty snacks. You should also give yourself ample time to return from your hike, back to the rim. If you go on one of our day trips, you should pursue the 3-mile resthouse turnaround trail.
Visiting The IMAX Theater At The Visitor Center
If you want to forego hiking altogether, you can enjoy a movie at the IMAX theater in the park Visitors Center. The 34-minute Grand Canyon production may not be the same as seeing the canyon itself, but it will give you a good introduction to the canyon and its history. It also allows you to escape the heat in the summer in a comfortable, air-conditioned theater.
Visiting The Grand Canyon Skywalk At Grand Canyon West
You can also experience Grand Canyon tours to the West Rim and Skywalk. A Grand Canyon Skywalk tour will take you to Grand Canyon West, owned and inhabited by the Hualapai tribe. When taking a West Rim bus tour, you can travel on our fully equipped bus and take in the sights from panoramic windows. A West Rim guided tour is also included for day travelers. This type of trip is popular, as it permits visitors to interact and engage in the tour activity.
If you are vacationing with a small group in Las Vegas, ask about our VIP Grand Canyon West Rim bus tour for small groups. We can take up to 12 guests to the Grand Canyon West in a Mercedes Sprinter. One of our tour guides will serve as your personal tour escort.
Some Facts About The Skywalk
Indeed, the Grand Canyon Skywalk is a must-see attraction at Grand Canyon West. The bridge is made of reinforced glass creating a see-through platform that allows visitors to see down to the canyon floor. Don’t worry about the sturdiness of the glass bridge. It can hold as many as 70 jets, fully loaded with travelers. Only 120 visitors are allowed on the bridge at one time.
Zion National Park And Hoover Dam
We also can take you to Zion National Park, located in Utah. This popular tour option allows you to explore Zion Canyon in Southern Utah in the day and return to Las Vegas at night. If you would like to take a short, half-day tour to the Hoover Dam, we also offer this tour. You can take an express tour or one of our classic Hoover Dam tours, which includes an underground tour of the powerplant.
Unique Grand Canyon Activities
For example, you may want to include one of the helicopter tours in your itinerary. A helicopter flight can take some time. You can also find activities near Grand Canyon sites that you may want to experience. Outdoor activities on a popular tour may include a rafting trip along the Colorado River. You may also want to consider a Grand Canyon West Rim air tour by plane or a rafting tour in this part of the canyon.
A rim bus tour may lead to the South Rim, or Grand Canyon West. Grand Canyon tours can take various forms depending on what you would like to see and do. For example, you may want to schedule a mule ride as one of the activities on a Grand Canyon tours trip.
This type of pursuit must be scheduled well in advance, as it is one of the unique outdoor activities at the canyon. You just need to decide which of the Grand Canyon hotels you want to include on your itinerary. You may wish to fly to the Grand Canyon West Rim and view the Grand Canyon Skywalk, or go toward the Grand Canyon North Rim or South Rim on one of the Grand Canyon tours. We can customize a travel plan according to your needs and preferences when you tour Grand Canyon. In addition to our regular excursions, we can also work with you to plan a personalized journey.
Other Grand Canyon Travel Experiences
Considering how breathtaking the Grand Canyon is, it is easy to see why Grand Canyon National Park tours are such popular escapes from Las Vegas. Grand Canyon tours can also include the following activities:
- A Grand Canyon helicopter tour provides a great overhead view of the landscape.
- Grand Canyon National park tours can be lead by Grand Canyon Destination’s tour guides or led by rangers in the park.
- Grand Canyon rafting trips over the swirling and exciting Colorado River can be added on extended stays in the Grand Canyon.
- Grand Canyon railway excursions into the park by an old-fashioned steam locomotive. This type of adventure tour is available during the summer months.
- Grand Canyon Village is where you can see the historic sites of Grand Canyon National Park. You can take the shuttle or walk the length of the village, which has been proclaimed a historic landmark site.
- Hoover Dam tours are offered as half-day tours to the Hoover Dam. Grand Canyon visitors also make a short stop at Hoover Dam on their way out of Las Vegas.
Best Times To Visit
Grand Canyon Destinations can take you to Zion National Park, the Grand Canyon, or Hoover Dam. Peak season at the Grand Canyon are the summer months, leaving spring and fall less crowded times to visit. Not only is the weather more temperate, the number of people thin out during these times. If you travel from June to September, expect to see larger crowds.
By taking one of the Grand Canyon tours offered by Grand Canyon Destinations, you can get to your destination without worrying about parking or access. A day trip to the South Rim or West Rim is always a fun travel choice from Las Vegas. It also gives you a break in your regular vacation routine.
What To Expect On A South Rim Or West Rim Journey
The travel time to the South Rim of the canyon is longer than to the West Rim. Therefore, tour buses leave around 6:00 am for the South Rim. If you visit Grand Canyon West, our tour bus will pick you up from or near your hotel at around 7:00 am. Both Grand Canyon tours include a brief stopover at the famous Hoover Dam.
What To Wear At The Grand Canyon
When visiting any part of the Grand Canyon, make sure you dress in layers and wear sunscreen. The sun can reflect strongly off canyon walls. The weather can also change in an instant, especially if you go from one elevation to the next. Be prepared when you visit Zion National Park or the Grand Canyon. The walls of the canyons capture the heat of the sun during the summer and the trails can be especially dangerous when it snows.
While the surrounding sights around Las Vegas are beautiful, you still have to make sure that you stay protected from the outside elements. We can help with all your Grand Canyon travel needs. Take one of our Grand Canyon tours here at Grand Canyon Destinations, or choose to travel to Utah. Our friendly tour guides and well-equipped buses will make any initial tour of the sites informative and interesting.
Give us a call at (702) 888-1883 anytime. We operate 6:00 am to 11:00 pm 7 days a week. Whether you contact use about Grand Canyon tours or a trip to Hoover Dam or Zion National Park, we are ready to serve any of your tour needs. Call today or contact us online. Be sure to like us on Facebook and share your tour experience with us!