Travel from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon West Rim on a One-day bus tour!
• Explore the West Rim of Grand Canyon with many options to choose from
• Experience the new and recently-constructed Skywalk bridge
• See the world’s largest and oldest Joshua Tree Forest
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• Certificate of liability Insurance
• Experienced Tour Guide/Driver
Grand Canyon West One-Day Tour
An exclusively arranged tour that allows you to intimately experience the raw majestic beauty of the Grand Canyon West Rim along with the culture of its local inhabitants, the Hualapai Indians. Along the way, travel across the Hoover Dam Bridge and wind your way through the vast rugged desert wilderness en route to one of the “Seven Wonders Of The World”, the Grand Canyon.
This tour will take you off the main highways and cruise amid 21 miles of one of the world’s largest and oldest Joshua Tree Forests. As you get close to your destination, enjoy the sight of high cliffs and canyon walls before arriving at the Hualapai Indian Reservation. From there freely roam and explore the West Rim or upgrade to the other packages for even more ways to enhance the already fantastic experience. With many options to choose from, let us custom tailor the tour to your liking to make it the trip of a lifetime.
05:45am: 1st Hotel pickups
09:00am: Enter Grand Canyon West Rim. Tickets with lunch will be taking inside west rim.
13:00pm: Depart for Las Vegas
15:00pm: 15 minutes sightseeing at the bridge overlooking Hoover Dam
17:00pm: Arrive and drop-off at 1st hotel
Helicopter & Boat:
To truly experience the Grand Canyon, one must descend to the canyon floor, but in order to do that, it would normally on average take weeks of relatively rigorous hiking and camping. Do not fret however, we offer the chance to make it to the canyon floor minus the hassle. By taking our helicopter & boat package upgrade, we offer a way to save all that time and effort so you can better spend it elsewhere! Start by climbing aboard a million-dollar helicopter equipped with forward facing seats and large vista windows and be awe-struck by the seemingly expanding and deepening stone walls as you descend a mile below the rim to the canyon floor. Upon landing, switch gear and board a waiting pontoon boat for a cruise down the Colorado River, the same river that helped carve the Grand Canyon.
Next, re-board the helicopter for your ascent back to the canyon rim above for another chance at marveling at its spectacular view from below. Then take break at Guano Point where you have the chance to grab some lunch and feel free to walk the rim to see even more amazing views from the top. Next, move on to Eagle’s Point where you will have the option to enhance the tour with the “Skywalk” Experience. Then visit the Hualapai Tribe Village at your own pace. We recommend checking out the native dances and shows, along with the opportunity to pick up hand crafted jewelry and so much more.
The combined flight time in the helicopter is approximately 12 minutes and the boat ride is about 15 minutes. The helicopter can take 5-6 guests depending on their combined weight.
Experience the new and recently-constructed Skywalk bridge, an attraction like no other. This state-of-the art open-air glass walkway is an architectural marvel which extends 70 feet from the cliff of Eagle Point rim and hangs over 4000 feet above the canyon floor. Built by the Hualapai Tribe at the Canyon’s West Rim, the Skywalk provides a stunning new perspective, allowing 720-degree breathtaking views of one of nature’s most fantastic landscapes.
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