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From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West by Coach and Helicopter

1. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West by Coach and Helicopter

Explore the Grand Canyon from above and below on a guided helicopter and bus tour departing from Las Vegas. Entry tickets, lunch and snacks, and hotel pickup and drop-off are all included. Start with your pickup in Las Vegas and enjoy your breakfast snack as you watch the Mojave Desert landscape pass you by. Arrive at the Grand Canyon West Rim, and next it’s time to climb aboard your helicopter. Fly into the canyon and enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful, colorful rock formations. Land at the bottom of the valley and take in the scenery all around before flying back to the Welcome Center.  Enjoy lunch before catching the hop-on, hop-off shuttle bus to Eagle Point, where you can brave the Skywalk (if the option is selected). Continue onto Guano Point for more dramatic views, and explore Hualapai Village.  Board the bus for a relaxing drive back to Las Vegas, passing the famous Hoover Dam on the way. Get dropped off at your original pickup point, where your tour will come to an end.

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Grand Canyon: Bus Tour with Guided Walking Tour

2. Grand Canyon: Bus Tour with Guided Walking Tour

Tour the Grand Canyon with a walking guide, who will point out exciting viewpoints and sites. Your guide knows where all the best photo spots are, as well as hidden Grand Canyon scenery, and can point out local wildlife and native plant species. After your Las Vegas pickup, enjoy some light breakfast snacks. You are welcome to bring a coffee or tea in a container with a lid. Sit back and relax as you travel along Route 66, listening to your guide share facts and stories along the route. At Grand Canyon West, you will ride the shuttle with your tour guide to the first lookout, Eagle Point. The incredible view of the eagle-shaped rock formation is something that can only be truly appreciated in person. At Eagle Point, there is a Native American Indian Village, with dwellings formerly used by Native American tribes. Next, stop at Guano Point, 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. You can also choose to pay for admission to the Skywalk during the tour. Finally, head back to Las Vegas, where you will be dropped off in the late afternoon.

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Grand Canyon West & Hoover Dam Combo Tour

3. Grand Canyon West & Hoover Dam Combo Tour

This amazing day includes a wonderful tour of Hoover Dam followed by 3 full hours at the Grand Canyon West Rim on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. Hoover Dam is located in Black Canyon on the Colorado River.  It’s an outstanding achievement, noteworthy not only for its enormous dimensions, complex design and intricate construction, but also for its illustration of man's outstanding ability to overcome the desert's summer sun, the vagaries of a treacherous river, and the extreme hazards of the great heights of the canyon’s sheer walls. This tour includes the Visitor Center and Historical Displays, views from the “interior” base of the dam into the Generator Room, the fascinating Hoover Dam Movie, with ample time for breathtaking views from the Top of the Dam, Lake Mead, the world's largest man-made lake, the eastern edge of the chasm in Arizona where you have fabulous views of the dam. In addition, you will walk across the top of the Dam into Arizona where there are wonderful photo ops of the new Hoover Dam Bridge. As a bonus, stop at a local park where herds of Big Horn Sheep often come down from the surrounding mountains to gather and graze on the sweet grass. Cross the beautiful High Desert of Arizona and visit the incredible 900 year old Joshua Tree Forest, Eagle Point & Guano Point (with 3 hours to explore the most beautiful natural locations at the rim of the Grand Canyon). You’ll have a romantic picnic lunch at the rim and see Native American Dancing and Dwellings. This is the “family outing” of a lifetime!

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What people are saying about Grand Canyon West Rim

The tour is on time and it's a huge bus. We have so much fun in Grand Canyon skywalk and the over looking view. Laila our tour guide is knowledgeable, accommodating, she's really nice. She treat every one as her friend. Distributed sandwiches and water. Monitor people. She also took photo for us. the last thing happen after taking photos in Colorado River. We can't handle the hot no more, we have 11yrs old and we feel like we're gonna passed out anytime. We went to the bus, it's On & been running so for sure it's cold inside. We knock the door and ask Nelson driver if he could let us In because we have a child and we try to tell him more, but I was disappointed with him. We left and walk back again and wait for Laila so we can get in the bus. I thank God we all survive from the super hottest weather - Jocelyn

The trip was comfortable. The guide was knowledgeable and courteous. While we spent more time than needed at some of the sites - like "Last Stop" - I would have enjoyed a stop on the way back at the historic 'Boulder City'. The helicopter tour could have been longer by ten minutes helping see both sides of the canyon closer. The boat ride was very good.

The tour was a great experience because we were lucky to have a small group. Our tour guide (Derek) was absolutely amazing! Made our trip fun! Definitely well worth it!

This tour was exceptional we have a bilingual people in this tour and guided was wonderful so we didn't miss a spot at this great place. Thanks so much...

My frist adventure to the grand canyon, the best of my life