See the Grand Canyon when in Vegas

Going to Las Vegas on vacation? If so, you don’t want to miss the chance to take a day trip to the Grand Canyon. Las Vegas tour bus packages to the South Rim and West Rim leave daily, and are offered by premium tour operators, such as Grand Canyon Destinations. Why should you rent a car when you can take a luxury bus and leave all the travel details to an experienced tour company?

While Las Vegas has plenty to keep you occupied, you still won’t want to miss a chance to view the scenic vistas of Grand Canyon National Park or look deep down into the canyon’s depths on the glass Skywalk, located at the West Rim.

The Las Vegas tour bus experience

Your Las Vegas tour bus trip begins around 7:30 AM. Tour buses pick passengers up directly from their hotels or nearby locations. From there, the bus takes vacationers to Lake Mead and Hoover Dam to take pictures. This stopover, which lasts about 20 minutes, allows passengers to get acquainted with the desert scenery.

If you want to experience a no-hassle Las Vegas tour bus trip, you should go to a well-respected tour operator, such as Grand Canyon Destinations. Not only will you enjoy cushioned adjustable seats and controlled AC, you can sit back and savor the view from our impressive panoramic windows.

Choosing which rim to visit

Trip-goers can explore the South Rim and Grand Canyon National Park or head toward Hualapai tribal land at the canyon’s West Rim. Whichever way you chose to go, you will find each destination offers unique attractions and sites.

Take a Las Vegas tour bus to see the canyon

For instance, if you visit the West Rim, you can see attractions, such as Eagle Point which is home to the amazing glass Skywalk bridge. You can also visit Guano Point which features the historical remains of a former guano mine operation. The tram at that time stretched 8,800 feet across the terrain. The Hualapai Ranch features cowboy entertainment and an amphitheater with Native American shows as well.

South Rim attractions include Mohave Point, Pima Point, Hopi Point, Mather Point, and Desert View – all great places for witnessing the canyon in all its natural glory.

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Kyle Gooverton

Kyle Gooverton

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