To explore the Grand Canyon’s South Rim, you need to find a reliable tour service. Doing so will give you an opportunity to see the breath-taking scenery of the South Rim. If you are traveling to Las Vegas in the near future, you need to book travel to the Canyon. Doing so will help you avoid the traffic congestion and parking problems that take place if you drive there yourself.

To realize your goals in this respect, book Grand Canyon South Rim tours with Grand Canyon Destinations. Take a luxury bus tour in a vehicle featuring state-of-the art facilities. Keep in mind that the South Rim attracts the biggest crowds in the summer while the crowds tend to taper off in the winter, or from November through February. During this time, the weather may not be as favorable.

Grand Canyon South Rim Tours Attract 5 Million Visitors Annually

Grand Canyon South Rim Tours Attract 5 Million Visitors Annually

Regardless of when you plan your trip, you will be rewarded with an adventure you will never forget. Grand Canyon Destinations offers nonstop and direct service to the Grand Canyon, including guided tours. During the trip, passengers can marvel at an engineering wonder of the world – the Hoover Dam. Professional guides highlight details about visited sites, thereby providing a more interesting travel experience.

Once you book one of our Grand Canyon South Rim tours, you can sit back and relax in our deluxe tour bus on your day trip form Las Vegas. Your journey will start with a hotel pick-up from where you are staying in Las Vegas. Adjust your seat and enjoy the view in a bus that provides comfortable climate-controlled air conditioning. The bus features a unisex lavatory and hand-washing for your convenience as well.

The South Rim of the Grand Canyon features a large number of attractions and restaurants – these sites and eating establishments attract 5 million visitors annually. By taking one of the Grand Canyon South Rim tours, you can see popular destinations, such as the following:

  • Mohave Point – a beautiful place to see at sunrise or sunset
  • Pima Point – see distant views of the Colorado River, about 40 miles away
  • Hopi Point – an excellent site to view the Grand Canyon in all its glory
  • Yavapai Point – more panoramic views await at this site
  • Mather Point – enjoy an unforgettable view (about 25% of the Canyon)

Other stop-offs include Yaki Point and Desert View

Now is the time to book one of the Grand Canyon South Rim tours featured by Grand Canyon Destinations. If you plan to visit Las Vegas, you will want to plan a day trip to the Canyon too.

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.