If you have already decided to visit Las Vegas, you will not want to miss traveling to the Grand Canyon too. In fact, you can book a day trip to the South Rim with an experienced luxury travel bus company. By choosing Grand Canyon Destinations, you will enjoy a day trip that will make any trip to the Canyon a feast for the eyes. Our buses feature state-of-the art facilities. Therefore, you can ride in comfort to the Canyon’s South Rim.

When you make this type of booking, you can avoid the hassles that come with renting a car. Our dependable tour service schedules timely pick-ups and drop-offs at Vegas area hotels. Bring your camera along because you will want to record the experience.

We are noted in the travel business for our Grand Canyon South Rim tours – day escapes that satisfy the adventure seeker and casual traveler alike. When you book a tour on a luxury bus, you can get to your destination non-stop. You do not have this type of advantage if you rent a car to see South Rim sites. In fact, you often run into crowds and traffic that can easily ruin a sight-seeing trip.

By booking a luxury bus tour with Grand Canyon Destinations, you can marvel at the South Rim’s scenery from panoramic view-friendly windows from your comfortable and adjustable seat. Needless to say – when you take one of the South Rim tours, you will ride in style. That is why taking a Grand Canyon South Rim luxury bus tour offers excitement for the Vegas traveler. Stay cool in the bus with individually controlled air conditioning and enjoy amenities, such as the unisex lavatory and hand washing station, both located onboard.

One of the popular Grand Canyon destinations, the South Rim serves as a home to a large number of dining establishments and attractions. It’s no wonder that this location attracts almost 5 million visitors annually. When you take a Grand Canyon South Rim tour, you can see some of the following exciting sites:

  • Mohave Point, also referred to as “Sunset Point.”
  • Pima Point, located near the very end of the Canyon. See the Colorado River from this vantage point.
  • Hopi Point. See more of the glorious beauty of the Grand Canyon here.
  • Yavapai Point. The view here can only be described as panoramic, as the rock-scape stretches from Havasupai Point in the west to Desert View in the east.
  • Mather Point. Another stop-off that offers immense Canyon views.

Other stopping-off points include Desert View and Yaki Point.

You simply cannot visit the South Rim without seeing Grand Canyon Village as well. This site is a National History Landmark District location. If you are a history buff, you will greatly enjoy this part of a South Rim trip.

If you love to hike, you will want to explore the Bright Angel Trail, featured on one of the South Rim tours offered by Grand Canyon Destinations. This moderate hiking trail spans for seven miles and offers many one-of-a-kind Canyon views.

As you can see, a visit to the South Rim is a must-do activity. If you are planning a trip to Vegas soon, give us a call at Grand Canyon Destinations to book a South Rim trip now.