While you may think visiting Vegas is sufficiently “grand,” you really have not experienced the full benefits of this type of travel activity unless you add a visit to the Grand Canyon. If you visit from March through May or from September through November, you will have a less crowded trip. At these times of the year, the crowds thin out and you can stay in Vegas as well as at Canyon lodges.

Two visitors at Grand Canyon South Rim enjoying the view on a sunny day

Customize a Trip and Save Money

Grand Canyon bus tours, as those featured by Grand Canyon Destinations, allow you to customize a trip to your liking and save money at the same time. By relying on a travel provider, you will make the trip much safer for you and your friends and family. Visitors should never hike alone in Grand Canyon National Park, unless they are extremely familiar with the site. Even then, you need to let others know where you plan to hike and when you plan to return.

Learning More about the Wildlife

You also need to play it safe when meeting or encountering some of the park’s wildlife. When taking a bus tour in Las Vegas, you will be given information about the various animals who call the park home. This will give you a chance to learn more about the fauna and take the necessary precautions. By taking a tour via bus, you can play it safe and enjoy your Grand Canyon adventure even more.

The Best Times to Go

When choosing a trip for the first time, it is better to go from March to May or from September to October. At these times, you won’t run into the crowds and the temperatures and weather will accommodate your travel plans. That is why this type of trip is so appealing to Las Vegas travelers. Even during hot times, you can enjoy the interior coolness of a luxury travel bus.

Now Is the Time to Plan a Trip

If you want to know more about Grand Canyon bus tours, you need to review the trips we offer here at Grand Canyon Destinations. We can tailor a trip that will take you to vistas that come close to seeing heaven on earth. Why not schedule a trip today and add it to your Las Vegas itinerary? We can answer all your questions about Canyon activities, including nature viewing and hiking. If you want to arrange a small group tour, we can help you include the tour into your planned Vegas activities. Contact us today and start planning.

About the Author

Kyle Gooverton

Kyle Gooverton

A Grand Canyon enthusiast! A local Las Vegas resident that loves the flora and the fauna of all things Southwest.