Seeing Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon in one trip is an exciting proposition. You can make it happen if you know who to call about traveling to the Canyon. Plan a day trip by bus, and add to your vacation experience. People love to visit the Canyon, as the scenery is beautiful and they can see some awesome, if not one-of-a-kind, sights. By booking travel with a bus company, such as Grand Canyon Destinations, you can make the most of this memorable travel experience.
If you are seeking the best Grand Canyon tour that money can buy, you only have to call us here at Grand Canyon Destinations. By choosing our tour company, you can visit the Grand Canyon at an affordable price. We cater to customers by providing luxury buses, each equipped with adjustable and comfortable seating, panoramic windows, and on-board restroom facilities.
We offer Grand Canyon bus tours from Las Vegas and specific trip options, such as Grand Canyon South Rim tours, or tours to the West Rim. Therefore, you can get closer to nature and enjoy historic sites, such as Grand Canyon Village. Some visitors to the Canyon enjoy hiking, cycling, or rafting. We can design a customized tour option, if you so desire.
If you choose to take a Grand Canyon South Rim tour, you will visit sites, such as the Visitor Center and Mather Point. This part of the journey gives you a better idea about the features of the Grand Canyon and offers great views of the surrounding landscape.
If you enjoy walking or hiking, take a more casual walk by following the Rim Trail. This path, as the name suggests, follows the rim of the Canyon. Almost anyone can take the trail, because it is level and offers a good amount of shade. If you do not have time to take the 13-mile trail, you can always walk west to Yavapai Point from the Mather Point Overlook. From there, walk toward the Geology Museum.
If you choose to take part in one of our Grand Canyon South Rim tours, we will pick you up at your hotel in the early morning. We also will take you back at night during the journey. Marvel at the lights and neon of Vegas on the trip back.
When you visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, you can enjoy a number of exciting attractions, including dining options. This part of the Canyon welcomes about 5 million visitors per year and is home to places, such as Mohave Point, Hopi Point, and Pima Point – all offering incredible views.
As noted, you can also stop off at Grand Canyon Village, known as a National Historic Landmark District. If you have some time, or more than a day, walk the famous Bright Angel Trail. This small journey spans seven miles, and is hiker-friendly. Learn more about these Grand Canyon experiences by contacting us here, at Grand Canyon Destinations. We want to make your travel experience truly special and unique.