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Las Vegas: Grand Canyon National Park Day Trip with Lunch

1. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon National Park Day Trip with Lunch

Set out from Las Vegas on a guided day trip to discover the scenery of the Grand Canyon, with hotel pickup included. Hit the road on Route 66, take in the views at the Grand Canyon National Park, and cross the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. Enjoy lunch and breakfast along the way. The first stop on your journey will be in historic Seligman, Arizona where you will have a chance to see some of the history of the famous Route 66, the 'Mother Road' of the USA Continue on to the Grand Canyon National Park, where you’ll enjoy stops at Mather Point and Bright Angel Lodge. Choose between traveling to each point by bus or, for the more adventurous, walking along the paved road with your guide between the sites. Soak up the breathtaking views — stop along the trail to take photos as you take in the unforgettable colors and rock formations around you.  After visiting both sites, begin the return trip to Las Vegas. Along the way, enjoy a stop in Arizona to catch a bite to eat at a local American diner (at your own expense).  Travel over the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge and see the Las Vegas skyline illuminated to top off your experience, before being dropped back at your hotel.

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Bus Tour with Guided Walk

2. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Bus Tour with Guided Walk

Admire the Grand Canyon on a guided day trip from Las Vegas. Find out where best photo spots are, see hidden Grand Canyon scenery, and look for wildlife and native plant species. Travel aboard a comfortable and climate-controlled bus.  Be picked up in Las Vegas pickup and sit back and relax as you travel towards the Grand Canyon. Your guide will share facts and stories along the route. At Grand Canyon West, ride the shuttle with your tour guide to the first lookout, Eagle Point.  Gaze out at an incredible view of the eagle-shaped rock formation. At Eagle Point, there is a Native American Indian Village, with dwellings formerly used by Native American tribes. Stop at Guano Point, which known from its appearance in many movies. Admire the views from this point, which are completely different than those from Eagle Point, but maybe even more impressive.  Follow the dirt trail along the edge of the canyon to see spectacular views from different angles. Have the option to pay for admission to the Skywalk during the tour. On the way back to Las Vegas, make a photo stop at Hoover Dam and enjoy a 30-minute stop for dinner after. Finally, head back to Las Vegas, where you will be dropped off in the late afternoon.

Las Vegas: Private Grand Canyon National Park Tour

3. Las Vegas: Private Grand Canyon National Park Tour

Take an exclusive group tour for 1-14 passengers to the Grand Canyon's South Rim, while traveling in the comfort on a luxury SUV or a Mercedes Sprinter van. Your trip will begin with a stop at the iconic "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, where you will have some time to take photos. Then, right before you depart from Las Vegas, you will stop at a local coffee shop for a caffeine break to kick start your memorable journey. Your journey’s first destination will be just off of Route 66 at the historic Grand Canyon Caverns. Here you will get to take a 1 hour break to explore and relax. If you want to add even more adventure to your day, you can take an optional 40-minute caverns tour. This tour leads you deep underground to see the incredible natural caverns. After this stop, you will continue on to the South Rim. Your South Rim walking tour adventure will last for approximately 2 to 3 hours, and you will have the opportunity to see such sights as the Bright Angel Lodge, Kolb Studio, Lookout Studio, El Tovar, Hopi House, the Visitor’s Center, and much more. See all the breathtaking views while your tour guide gives you facts and history at each point. Walk along the paved walkway, which will provide you with the most amazing photo opportunities.  On your trip back to Las Vegas, enjoy a dinner stop at a local Arizona family diner. Then return to Las Vegas and be dropped off directly at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Grand Canyon Caverns

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4.5 / 5

based on 406 reviews

I was staying at the Linq but the tour picked up at The Flamingo. The distance walking there wasn't horrible but exactly where the tour picked up wasn't terrible self-evident. We just got there a little early to give ourselves time to figure out it. They had snacks for us which was cool and the bus was pretty comfy. Didn't take too long to pick up the other guests from other other hotels. I though the breakfast wasn't too bad but not worth $15. We made another stop just for a restroom break and if I could do it again I'd have just bought snacks there in lieu of paying for their breakfast. Our tour guide Gia was VERY knowledgeable and kept us pretty engaged all the way to the canyon. The views were beautiful, there wasn't a terrible amount of walking or anything like other tours I've done which is good. It was also a good time of year because I think it may have been 40 degrees but with the sun it wasn't super cold and I got to avoid the 100+ degree heat of summer.

The day before departure the manager will send you an email to inform you exactly what time the meeting will be and what time it will be. Usually, if it's not in your hotel, it's somewhere nearby. The bus arrived on time and on the same I was able to use the wifi and recharge the phone. The road is a bit long, but it is worth a bit of effort to see the grand canyon. The guide was fantastic and available to take lots of photos and tell the local anecdotes. The sandwich was very good. In general, absolutely recommended experience

I travel from California to Arizona often. So my daughter I decided to get a tour to the grand canyon. We choose this agency for a the tour. Brandon was one of the best tour person. His knowledge of the tour and scene and years was on point. Knowing everyone name was key to me. I didn't felt like just a customer. He was funny and polite. Nelson is one of the best drivers I seen to drive a bus like that. Keep up the good job.

Great experience from beginning to end. Amazing tour guide Jaren and bus driver Brandi. The food they provided was pretty good. The bus was clean and comfortable. I would definitely book this company again

We knew this was going to be an all day tour! It was so worth it. We had an amazing time seeing the sites. We went on the walking tour and it was great. The sites were breathtaking!!