See The Grand Canyon

See Grand Canyon views on your next Vegas vacation! You may wonder which attractions to visit if you plan to take a Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas. Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, The Grand Canyon is one amazing place. Therefore, it is easy to understand why you may want to know more about some of the more popular attractions.

Popular Attractions

People often hike the Rim Trail when they visit the South Rim of the Canyon, or they take the shuttle to the various sites inside Grand Canyon Village. You may also be interested in taking a Grand Canyon tour bus to the West Rim, which is the home of the glassed platform Skywalk. The thick safety glass enables visitors to see thousands of feet down into the canyon.

Grand Canyon Tour South Rim

Most first-time visitors take a bus to the South Rim, as it features a visitor’s center within the entrance that introduces guests to the park. They can also take trails that are not too far off of the beaten path.

You can find a number of attractions at the South Rim, including scenic viewpoints, such as Yaki Point. The previously mentioned Rim Trail leads to Hopi Point and Maricopa Point – both which offer spectacular canyon views.

Grand Canyon Village, within the South Rim’s entrance, allows you to go back in time – as far back as the early 20th century. Experience life in Grand Canyon National Park, as it was in the early 1900s. Again, you can conveniently shuttle to each building in Grand Canyon Village or walk and take the shuttle over the span of this section. If you prefer, you can also rent a bike and cycle near the village. Rental bikes and cycling tours can be found about two miles from the village.

See The Grand Canyon On A Great Adventure

Whether you visit the West Rim or South Rim, you will be rewarded with interesting trails and attractions. See Grand Canyon views by contacting a tour company, such as Grand Canyon Destinations today.

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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.