Grand Canyon Visitors Travel Back In Time

Grand Canyon visitors to Grand Canyon National Park witness the canyon as it once was. If you don’t take a day trip to the Grand Canyon, but choose, instead, to stay overnight, you might think about staying at lodging in Grand Canyon National Park. Doing so will allow you to see more of the canyon or take part in more activities.

If you choose to stay in more rustic accommodations, you will find the experience to be somewhat surreal. It is like you traveled back to another time. Nothing beats gathering outside a log cabin and sharing stories under a canopy of stars.

Customized Tours

Tours of Grand Canyon National Park areas can be customized to your preferences. You just need to know who to call to plan this type of journey. Las Vegas vacationers often book travel with tour operators, such as Grand Canyon Destinations, as doing so makes it possible for them to see the canyon for a lower price.

Once you journey to the canyon by bus, you will feel like you have been transported to another time and place. You don’t need a GPS or have to rent a car. All you need to do is be at a convenient pick-up point in the morning. The bus will take you to where you want to go.

Why It is Better to Travel by Bus

Tours of Grand Canyon locations are more fun and rewarding when you can go by bus. It is like going on a field trip. Sit back and relax in cushioned and adjustable seats while you listen to the travel guide share interesting facts about the attractions.

You simply don’t get this same level of entertainment when you reserve a rental car and drive to the canyon yourself. Don’t worry about fighting the crowds or finding a parking space. That is why many people like to take day trip from Vegas to the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. Others, as noted, stay over one or two nights, and return to Vegas one or two days later.

Grand Canyon National Park is about five hours away from Las Vegas. However, taking a bus is easy, as the pavement to the canyon is smooth and well-traveled and will not take you off-road into a remote area. The best tour to take is to the South Rim as it is less secluded than the other popular destination, or the West Rim. You can combine walking with shuttle transport, once inside the park, to see most of the South Rim’s major sights and attractions.

Book A Grand Canyon National Park Trip Now

Learn more about the exciting tours of Grand Canyon National Park for yourself. If you are traveling to Vegas, book a Grand Canyon bus tour with Grand Canyon Destinations now.

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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.