There Is More For Vegas Vacationers Than The Strip

If you want to explore nature close to where you are staying in Vegas, you can do so. While you can enjoy the night lights of Las Vegas, you can also see a whole new venue close to the gambling and entertainment capital of the world. Bus tours from Las Vegas enable Vegas vacationers to take a daytrip and experience the natural wonders of the desert Southwest.

While a number of bus companies offer this type of excursion, you will get the most for every dollar spent by contacting a company, such as Grand Canyon Destinations. Doing so will allow you to enjoy a luxurious journey, one where you can lie back in a cushioned, adjustable seat and savor the view from a panoramic window. An individually controlled and set AC will keep you cool on a hot desert day. These amenities make bus travel fun and exciting.

The Best Guides At The Best Price

The bus tours from Las Vegas featured by Grand Canyon Destinations are led by friendly and knowledgeable travel guides. These tour professionals can share the background and history of each site and attraction. Guides also direct Vegas vacationers to the best spots to take pictures so they can upload them to Facebook or Instagram.

When Vegas vacationers book travel with us, they don’t have to worry about renting a car or paying too much money. Grand Canyon Destinations picks you up from your hotel and drops you off at the same location at specific times. You don’t have to think about anything except lying back and enjoying the sites and scenery. By taking one of the Grand Canyon bus tours from Las Vegas, you can enjoy a whole new diversion on your Vegas vacation.

Book Your Excursion Today

If you plan to see Vegas soon, now is the time to reserve a seat on one of our tour buses. We recommend all Vegas vacationers book in advance so they don’t miss out. Contact us now to add a Grand Canyon daytrip to your Vegas itinerary.

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.