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Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Bus Tour with Hoover Dam Stop

1. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Bus Tour with Hoover Dam Stop

Embark on a full-day tour from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon with a narrated bus tour. Throughout the day, admire scenic views of the Joshua Tree Forest National Park, the Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, and the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Start with pickup from Las Vegas and meet your professional driver/guide who will provide information about the sights along the way. Have a light nutritious breakfast and your choice of turkey, ham or veggie wrap during the tour. Enjoy a 15-minute stop at the Hoover Dam for a photo opportunity and an amazing view of the Bypass Bridge. Upon arrival at the West Rim, enjoy your first views of the majestic Colorado River below. Take in the spectacular views from Eagle and Guano points. If you hike the trail at Guano Point, reach the West Rim’s highest point, where the views of the Colorado River below are breathtaking. Visit the Hualapai Ranch, a Native American settlement where you can watch a shootout, play cowboy games, or take a wagon ride. Afterwards, return to Las Vegas with drop-off at your hotel.

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Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Optional Upgrades

2. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Optional Upgrades

Explore the majestic scenery of the Grand Canyon and the world of the Hualapai tribe on a full-day tour to the West Rim from Las Vegas with lunch and transfers, plus optional helicopter, boat, and Skywalk experiences.  Your guide will provide a live narration as you travel, while you sit back and relax on a state-of-the-art luxury bus. Travel through the ancient Joshua Tree Forest en route to the West Rim. On arrival, explore the tribal village and Hualapai Market. Grab a bite to eat at the Skywalk Café, before getting panoramic views from Guano Point and Eagle Point. Brave the latest attraction here — the glass-bottom Grand Canyon Skywalk. Learn the history and geology of the Canyon from your local guide. Then meet some of the Hualapai tribe when they perform a traditional dance in their full tribal dress. Tailor the rest of the tour to include the experiences you would like from the options below.  Grand Canyon Skywalk option Walk across the sky on the glass bridge situated 4,000 feet above the Canyon floor. Get a complete 360˚ panoramic view of the Grand Canyon West Rim. Helicopter and pontoon ride combo Complete your Grand Canyon experience with a thrilling helicopter flight 4,000 feet down to the Canyon floor. Then, board a pontoon boat for a 15-minute ride along the Colorado River. Skywalk, helicopter, and pontoon boat combo This is the full package to see the Grand Canyon West Rim from top to bottom. Enjoy the glass Skywalk, thrilling helicopter flight to the base of the canyon, and a 15-minute pontoon boat ride along the Colorado River. Then, unwind as you are transferred back to your accommodation in Las Vegas after your day at the Grand Canyon.  

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Grand Canyon Skywalk Express Helicopter Tour

3. Grand Canyon Skywalk Express Helicopter Tour

Depart the famed Las Vegas Strip on your direct helicopter flight to the Grand Canyon Skywalk. On your flight, you will experience a bird’s eye view of the Grand Canyon, Lake Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and the Las Vegas Strip. Upon landing, get ready to witness a true engineering marvel, the Grand Canyon Skywalk. The Skywalk suspends more than 4,000 feet above the Colorado River, extends out more than 70 feet away from the edge of the West Rim, and features a glass bottom walking surface. Expedited admission to the Skywalk, VIP ground transportation and a Skywalk souvenir photo are included on this adventure. You will receive an estimated 45 minutes of ground time at Grand Canyon West before your return flight to Las Vegas

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Grand Canyon West by Helicopter: Full-Day from Las Vegas

4. Grand Canyon West by Helicopter: Full-Day from Las Vegas

Your excursion to the Grand Canyon begins with a thrilling helicopter flight taking you over Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, Fortification Hill and Temple Rock. You’ll fly through the majestic Canyon on the way to Grand Canyon West, our primary destination. Once we land you’ll have about 3 hours to explore Grand Canyon West, taking in the various overlooks. Visit Eagle Point, where you’ll see the Skywalk, an amazing feat of engineering. The Skywalk’s glass walking surface is suspended 3,500 feet above the Grand Canyon’s floor and extends a full 70 feet from the rim’s edge. From there go to a Native American village, where you’ll see the authentic dwellings of the Hualapai tribe. The next stops will be at Guano Point and “Highpoint Hike”, where you’ll have time to take photos of the breathtaking views of the Canyon and the Colorado River. You’ll also see remnants of the historic mining tram that stretched from this point across the Canyon.

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Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Rim & Helicopter Landing Experience

5. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Rim & Helicopter Landing Experience

This 10.5-hour trip to Grand Canyon West on the Hualapai Indian reservation is sure to be a memorable one. Grand Canyon West is a stunning location, where you’ll have 4 hours to explore the reservation and enjoy the natural untouched beauty of the locations along the rim. This action-packed historical and visual experience provides nearly 4 hours of activities. Stops include the magnificent Hoover Dam, the 900-year-old Joshua Tree Forest, Eagle Point (home to the world-famous Skywalk), Guano Point (with stunning east and north canyon views) and the Hualapai ranch. In addition, you’ll enjoy a romantic picnic lunch at the rim of the canyon, see Native Americans perform ancient dances and walk the world-famous Skywalk (optional, at an additional fee). See the Native American village and authentic handmade Indian jewelry and crafts. See authentic Native American dwellings and interact with tribal members and artists in their colorful dress at the Hualapai market. Fly in the world-class Eurocopter EC130 jet helicopter on the longest flight available into the Grand Canyon. You'll land at the bottom with an additional 20 minutes to explore and take photographs. It doesn't get any better or more exciting than this!

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Las Vegas: Small Group Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour with Meals

6. Las Vegas: Small Group Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour with Meals

The day begins with pickup from your hotel between 6 and 6:30 AM and stops by the infamous Las Vegas sign for a photo opportunity. Leave the bright lights of the city behind and head towards Henderson, Nevada where a tasty McDonald’s breakfast awaits to set you up for a day of adventure. After breakfast, continue onto the impressive Hoover Dam for a walking tour of this fascinating feat of human engineering. Arrive at the Grand Canyon West Rim at 10:30 AM and take a stroll along the Skywalk. From the Skywalk, marvel at the panoramic vista, admire Eagle Point, and see an array of Native American buildings. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy a tasty picnic lunch against the backdrop of the Grand Canyon landscape. Walk to Guano Point next, which boasts mesmerizing scenic views that stretch as far as the eye can see. Spend some time taking photos of this breathtaking vista, then enjoy a tour of a nearby Native village. At the end of an unforgettable day, soak up the last of the views as you depart the canyon and return to Las Vegas at around 5:00 PM.

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From Las Vegas: Guided Tour to the Grand Canyon West Rim

7. From Las Vegas: Guided Tour to the Grand Canyon West Rim

Depart from Las Vegas and travel west past Lake Meade and the Hoover Dam en-route to The Grand Canyon. Arrive in the morning and get on a native Hualapai transport shuttle up to the first viewpoint known as Eagle Point. Experience the famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, a horseshoe-shaped glass walkway that sits 4000 ft above the canyon floor and boasts spectacular one-of-a-kind views of the western rim of the canyon. After enjoying the skywalk take some time to visit the small Native American Indian village of the Hualapai tribe. Then, have a delicious lunch in the Skywalk Café. Next, continue to Guano Point where you will experience more magnificent views. Admire unique topography which has been featured in Hollywood movies for decades. Spend your time taking in the views or enjoy hiking one of the many trails in the area. One such trail will lead to the remnants of a historic tram site that used to ferry miners 8,800 ft across the chasm to the bat guano mines, which gave the area its name. After exploring the area, return to Guano Point and visit the native Hualapai market to browse their handmade arts and crafts. Finally, head back for an early evening arrival back in Las Vegas.

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What people are saying about Grand Canyon West Rim

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 12 reviews

I have good trip and the guide is really helpfull and explained many things about the place. Thank yòu Get Your Guide, your assistance in making a good trip is realy helpfull.

Very enjoyable trip. Our driver was very knowledgeable, sharing information about Hoover Dam as well as the Grand Canyon.

It was an awesome day. The weather was great. Our driver was excellent and very informative.

Robert was an excellent tour guide would highly recommend him veryKnowledgeable

Trip was awesome and very professional. Our driver was great and informative.