Hoover Dam And Lake Mead Tours

One of the best ways to enjoy Las Vegas is to take a daytrip to nearby Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. After enjoying a Vegas show or gambling for a while, you need to escape to nature. Grand Canyon Destinations can make this possible. Our tour bus company provides one of the best Hoover Dam and Lake Mead tours you can experience. The bus journey begins at 8:00 am, with timely pick-up at your hotel.

Convenient And Affordable

We collect passengers in a luxurious Mercedes Sprinter, featuring tinted windows, USB charging ports, and WiFi. Take a picture of the iconic Las Vegas sign and share it with friends on Instagram or Facebook. Once you arrive at the Hoover Dam, our friendly guide will provide factual details about the amazing structure. From there, you will visit the Old Exhibit Building, where a large number of photos and artifacts present the dam’s and area’s history.

After touring the Old Exhibit Building, your guide will direct you to the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge for another picture-taking session. You can walk the bridge and see great views of the Dam and Colorado River. The highlight of the journey is a boat cruise on beautiful Lake Mead. Guests savor the scenery for 90 minutes on a three-deck riverboat. Take pictures of nearby wildlife and interesting and massive rock formations.

A Perfect Day Trip For Vegas Visitors

By booking one of our Hoover Dam and Lake Mead tours, you will enhance your Vegas trip, and get to see sights in both Nevada and Arizona. Our well-trained guides will enlighten you with Hoover Dam trivia to make the trip even more interesting.

The Hoover Dam and Lake Mead tours we offer provide some of the most exciting opportunities for experiencing adventure and natural sights on a Vegas trip. Book a trip in advance so you can include it easily in your Vegas itinerary. Make that call today and check out our website for all the details.

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.