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Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades

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icon12 hours  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
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iconOffered in: English

Keeping you safe during COVID-19
What you can expect during your visit
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
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Overview

Experience one of the seven natural wonders of the world from the land, air, and water on this guided, full-day tour from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon. Travel through a Joshua Tree forest en route to the Grand Canyon’s West Rim for sightseeing how you wish. Upgrade to add a thrilling walk on the glass-bottomed Grand Canyon Skywalk and/or a helicopter flight into the canyon coupled with a pontoon boat ride on the Colorado River. A hot lunch at the Grand Canyon and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
  • Day trip to the Grand Canyon West Rim by coach from Las Vegas
  • Opt to check out the Grand Canyon Skywalk
  • Enjoy scenic views over the Grand Canyon from Eagle Point and Guano Point
  • Includes a hot lunch available from your choice of locations
  • Upgrade to include a helicopter and pontoon boat combo
  • Relax with pickup and drop-off from select Las Vegas hotels

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

This flexible West Rim coach tour offers optional activities to enhance your experience.
This sightseeing tour to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon begins with a hotel pickup in Las Vegas. Hop aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned motor coach equipped with restrooms, reclining seats, video monitors and large windows. Then make the trek east, passing through Joshua Tree forests and the Mojave Desert, and past the famous Hoover Dam and beautiful Lake Mead to the Grand Canyon.

Upon arrival at the Grand Canyon, enjoy hours of self-guided exploring at the West Rim. Hike to the Eagle Point and Guano Point overlooks to take in the amazing views. Visit the Hualapai Ranch for a wild west show and enjoy a delicious hot lunch available from a variety of different outlets (included in tour price). There are many options and a variety of exciting possibilities.

There are also two upgrades to consider during this time frame. First, consider adding a thrilling walk on the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass walkway nearly 4,000 feet above the floor of the canyon. Secondly, there's a stunning helicopter/boat ride. Lift off high above the canyon in a helicopter, then swoop down between its walls and land on the canyon floor. Walk around, get an up-close look at the many layers of the interior of the canyon and gain an even greater appreciation of the immensity of this natural wonder. Additionally, enjoy a pontoon boat ride along the Colorado River, looking up at the canyon’s many beautiful colors and stunning rock formations.
Itinerary
Stop At:  
Las Vegas Strip
After hotel pick-up, you'll have a brief check-in at the terminal where there is a full-service cafe available with breakfast items for purchase. Travel time between Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon is around three hours each way. Your driver will provide an expert commentary along the way. Motor coaches are climate controlled and equipped with restrooms, reclining seats, video monitors and over-sized windows.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
Pass By:  
Arizona's Joshua Tree Forest
Travel through the ancient Joshua Tree Forest en route to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. The road gets a little dusty and bumpy here!
Stop At:  
Grand Canyon West
Once at the West Rim you will have 4 hours of unguided time at the Grand Canyon. It's up to you to spend as little or as long as you wish at each of the following attractions. ** Helicopter - Boat Combo Upgrade **: Why not complete your Grand Canyon experience with a thrilling helicopter flight to the floor of the Grand Canyon. You will be flown 4,000 feet to the base of the Canyon where you will board a pontoon boat for an approximate 15-minute ride on the Colorado River. Enjoy the Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option selected) and the panoramic view.
Duration: 3 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Grand Canyon Skywalk
The spectacular Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option selected) is where you can take a walk over the edge of the canyon on a glass bridge. Next to the Skywalk is the Indian Village where you can explore Native American history and culture with replica dwellings and performances of traditional dances.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Guano Point
Enjoy spectacular views over the Colorado River at Guano Point, home to the old Guano mine. Lunch options are available here!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Hualapai Ranch
Old western style town with wild west show, amenities and lunch options. After your time at the Grand Canyon, you will head back to Las Vegas.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades?
A:
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
See all safety measures taken by Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades.
Q:
What is the policy on sanitization during Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades?
A:
The policies on sanitization are:

  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
See all safety measures taken by Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades.
Q:
What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades?
A:
The policies on staff health & safety are:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
See all safety measures taken by Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 56 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour from Las Vegas with Optional Upgrades.

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Awesome
Randy_C
, Aug 2020
Great trip great people very. A view of a life time. Lunch was not the best. Ordered food looked much better. Are hoist was very knowledgeable. She was over all a great person.
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good
Alexandra_C
, Aug 2020
Was nice for the view .. I was expecting more guide .. more information about the grand canyon .. something better . The sky walk is nice but boring .. nobody said nothing about the structure .. about the things that happend there .. I think that when you go in a tour .. you re expecting the story about every thing ...
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Pretty good but could have been better
JOYCELYNN
, Aug 2020
The experience was fun and I really enjoyed being able to check off something from my list of things to do in life (Going to the Grand Canyon). However, my personal experience was not all that good. The coach was very hot and not as air conditioned as mentioned in the advertisement. I hope that they will better ventilation and cooler air conditioned vehicles if they are going to have this experience in the ot month of July. Also I paid for an extra attraction to go to the Sky walk and my ticket was given to another guest. The tour driver did pay for my replacement ticket but the whole thing took time away from my visit and I was not able to see the second site because of this and I just wish that the company would check IDs before giving out tickets, especially the extra ones that people pay for to have a better experience.
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Buying a Meal Ticket wastes your time at the canyons
Russell_H
, Aug 2020
7/28/2020 Grand Canyon West Tour-We rode in a smaller shuttle bus-air was good-screens on windows make it hard to see out, but it helps block the hot sun. Makes it a blurry view. Our driver would throw the brakes on every time he would talk. He commented that he’s a really good driver in the beginning-the irony. Made some of us a little nauseated & it would jerk us back & forth-it was rough at times. He needs to be aware that he’s not just touching, but throwing the brakes on hard when he starts speaking & he does it repeatedly as he’s talking. Trust me it’s not the curves, ups/downs, & bumps of the road -it’s his braking when he talks that gets you. Several of us would comment out loud about it,, but he couldn’t hear us. His dialect also made it hard to understand him. He was friendly & informative when I could understand him-just hard to make out his words. We stopped on the way there & back for a restroom break & snacks. I do like how he got us there quickly & back. I would say it was mainly the braking during his commentating that got to us & was disappointed about not being able to understand him when he shared info. I would also warn other customers to take & turn in your meal ticket early at the eagle point cafe-maybe right after you see the eagle point canyon because it takes at least 45 min. to get your prepackaged meal-no lie. So, after you turn your tickets in walk to see gift shop & little museum inside the skywalk, then walk outside to see teepees at the back side & then come back to cafe & hopefully your meal may be ready. Otherwise you will be very upset to wait that long for dry bread sandwiches or wraps for that long which wastes valuable time to go to the next site at Guano. The cafe should have a sign to let customers know that it takes at least 40-45 min. to get your meal ticket food. So many people were upset & frustrated over this. It would save those cafe employees from hearing less disgruntled customers if they would either get more help in there or let people know it takes a while. People ordering fresh burgers, etc. would get their food before the meal ticket tour people. It was frustrating & we lost a lot of time because of having to wait for 4-water bottles, 4-dry sandwiches, 4- bags of chips & 4- small oranges in a plastic bag. After picking it up we then had to wait to catch a shuttle to Guano with less than an hour to visit. Had we known this was going to happen we would have turned in that meal ticket way earlier. Be warned-this was the most frustrating part of this trip. I would say don’t get a meal ticket at all. Wasn’t worth missing time to visit the Guano canyons.
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Flying High
Crystal_F
, Aug 2020
Great experience although temperature were too high to go all the way down in the canyon in the helicopter they still took care of us 100%
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Views views views
Stace
, Jul 2020
Our driver Danny Ho was very entertaining and informative. Took us safely to and from the West Rim. I would recommend it!
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West Rim tour
Mark_H
, Jul 2020
Danny Ho was great. Very knowledgeable. We learned a lot. A good amount of time was allowed at each stop. Would recommend this to families with teenagers.
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Awesome Grand Canyon Experience
Monica_S
, Jul 2020
Bus and driver were good Mr Ho was courteous and very knowledgeable gave good information on all tourists sights and he was funny!! The Grand Canyon experience was awesome !!
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The service and views
Luis_O
, Jul 2020
It was a great experience despite the horrible storm at the canyon !fast drive and super great tour guide he was amazing
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Overpriced
Maxim_L
, Jul 2020
I'm not talking about Canyon itself. I'm talking just about the service. When I called too operator first time night before the tour, there are was answering machine, and it's ok. The message in this machine says "we will call you at 4.30Am to confirm by the time of pick up" at 5.30 I didn't recieved any calls. When I was trying to call, there are still was the same message. They answered just after 6am. They say because of covid, hours have changed. It's it hard to change the message on your phone??? In web advertising it say there are gonna be a breakfast and a bus with inclined seats and toilet. Finally there are was a small shuttle bus without anything. And no breakfast. Driver arrived exactly in time, but she told me, she will not take me back to the same place and will drop me off 1/2 mile away from there. Because it inconvinient for her. Nice service! Appreciate it! Lunch was a cold sandwich which chips and bottle of water. They give a coupon for it. And if you don't have this coupon is 19$. It's only worth 6$ in my opinion, but, if there is a coupon, it's mean I already paid by for it. And finally, when the driver chicken me out from the bus, with all other last people's, there are was 108 degree outside. And I had to walk this half a mile in that hit, because of a driver inconvinience? Oh, and there are supposed to be a stop at Hoover dam, but it was closed. So, at the end of the story, I think this service is overpriced say least twice. Very disappointed. Not recommend to anyone

Product code: 3951WESTDLX

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