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  • From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim with Snacks & Lunch

    1. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim with Snacks & Lunch

    Escape the city for a day with a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park from fabulous Las Vegas, with transfers, snacks, lunch, and free time at the South Rim included. 

    After your Las Vegas pickup, enjoy some light breakfast snacks and you are also welcome to bring your coffee or tea in a container with a lid. 

    Sit back and relax as you travel along Route 66 to your first destination, the Grand Canyon Caverns. Here you will stop for 1 hour to grab some lunch and have the option to add a caverns tour to your adventurous day.

    Following lunch, enter into the Grand Canyon National Park with your first stop at Mather Point for approximately 45 minutes. Then the driver will collect all interested guests and transfer them to Bright Angel, the Visitor Center, for approximately 2 hours. 

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    My husband and I booked this day trip from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon and we would highly recommend it. It was a very long day but worth it. We got picked up at 6:10am at a nearby hotel. This company was easy to communicate with. We all had to hand sanitize and get a temperature check before getting on the bus. Everyone was great about wearing their masks on the bus so we both felt safe in terms of COVID. There was a bathroom on the bus in case of emergencies but we stopped every 1-2hrs for either food or a restroom break. Lunch was a sandwich, chips and cookies but you could purchase food at several of the locations we stopped at. We picked up lunch very early (around 8:30am) so some people ate right away and others saved it.We had the option of a guided tour in the Grand Canyon (an extra $20 per person) but chose to go on our own. The path was very easy to follow ourselves. There was a free shuttle if you didn't want to walk. All in all, an excellent trip.

  • Las Vegas: Small Group 3-Hour Hoover Dam Mini Tour

    2. Las Vegas: Small Group 3-Hour Hoover Dam Mini Tour

    Enjoy a compact guided tour of the Hoover Dam from Las Vegas, and take the chance to see this man-made wonder up close. Admire views of the dam and Lake Mead — America’s largest reservoir. Benefit from pickup and drop-off at selected hotels.

    Get picked up in Las Vegas and relax in air-conditioned comfort on the 40-minute drive to the Hoover Dam. Arrive at the dam and cross the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, where your guide will park. 

    Head up to the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge Walkway on foot and take in the spectacular bird’s-eye view over the dam and the nearby Colorado River. Stop at Hemenway Park, where you’ll notice some desert bighorn sheep often hang out.

    Continue onto the Lake Mead Lookout for panoramic views of the man-made aquatic wonder. After this, drive across the dam to va...

    Leisurely tour with a few stops to get out & take pics. Guide provided a few nuggets of information, related to the sites & facts about Vegas.

  • Las Vegas: Hoover Dam Walk-on-the-Top Tour with Lunch

    3. Las Vegas: Hoover Dam Walk-on-the-Top Tour with Lunch

    The "Best of the Best" in Hoover Dam Tours! Fully guided walk over Hoover Dam and Power Plant generator tour, Boulder City plus the Boulder Dam Museum, with a stop at the Hoover Dam bypass bridge to get a unique look at the front side of the dam. Once we leave Boulder City we will be heading for lunch at the Omelet House on the outskirts of Las Vegas. Stop at the Las Vegas welcome sign and take some photos of the landmark, without having to wait in line. First Class all the Way This is the "Best of the Best" Hoover Dam 2:30 Express Tour! One of the very few fully guided Hoover Dam tours left in Las Vegas. This tour is everything you could want in a tour of the Dam, it includes: our signature Walk On The Top tour, the Nevada Power Plant Tour, the Boulder Dam Museum, lunch at the 

    This tour is just perfect. Your tour bus picks up close to your hotel and drops you off back there. The lunch included is amazing, the tour is very informative and beautiful!!! Harrison was our tour guide and he was very funny, knowledgable and caring.

  • From Las Vegas: Lake Mead National Park ATV Tour

    4. From Las Vegas: Lake Mead National Park ATV Tour

    On this motorized tour, you see the beautiful scenery of Lake Mead National Park on a journey to the Colorado River. At the halfway point, you'll stop at the Colorado River for a photo opportunity and, in summer months, to have a dip in the water. Learn the history of the National Park, Colorado River and the mines of El Dorado Canyon while on this scenic ATV tour. Your one of a kind scenic motorized ATV tour begins with pick-up from your hotel on the Las Vegas strip by a master tour guide in a luxury shuttle. The complimentary shuttle service acts as a private guided tour and you'll get to see Lake Mead National Park, Colorado River and Las Vegas. You will drive through the Scenic Mojave Desert and enjoy a stop for a 15-minute photo opportunity. Revel in the awe-inspiring views of this man-made wonder as you stand 900 feet above the Colorado River. You will then arrive at the staging ...

    It was fantastic!! We had two teens and 2 adults and it was everyone’s favorite adventure of the entire trip!! The burgers after we’re great as well!! Our guides were well versed in the terrain and very friendly and kind!! Thanks for a great experience!!

  • Grand Canyon West & Hoover Dam Combo Tour

    5. 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. ...

    It was a long day but knew that going in. Our pick up time was 7:25 but didn’t arrive to hotel till 7:50am. I realize traffic is out of your control but a phone call or text let party to be picked up notified. Was concerned we were in wrong place. After pick the trip took upswing to fun and folic. The Hoover damn along to Grand Canyon west rim was wonderful, down right cold at the west rim making our visit there short and a little afraid we would be blown off the rim. I’m glad an option to do both on same day is nice. The meal for lunch was on the reservation and food was very good. It was nice to have the chance to stop and get close to the Joshua tree in the Joshua tree national forest. Thank you Scoot for bring us to and fro and keep us safe.

  • Grand Canyon: South Rim Small Group Tour

    6. Grand Canyon: South Rim Small Group Tour

    After pickup between 6:00 and 7:00 AM, you'll be offered a delicious snack for breakfast to enjoy along the way. Your first stop will be just off Route 66 at the amazing Grand Canyon Caverns. Here you will have the chance to take an optional 40-minute caverns tour deep underground. Your trip will then continue with landscape views of the Mojave Desert until you reach the Grand Canyon. Stops at Grand Canyon National Park will include Mather Point (45 minutes) and Bright Angel Lodge (2-hours). Your bus will take you to each point, or if you prefer, you can walk along the paved road between the two points and enjoy the absolutely breathtaking views. After visiting both points, you will begin your trip back to Las Vegas. Along the route, you will also make an additional dinner stop at a local Arizona family diner. There are lots of great dinner options you can purchase while you have the c...

    We had an amazing tour guide, Rigo. He was knowledgeable not only about the Grand Canyon, but also about the route there and the towns along the way. The small tour was great because we felt like old friends before the day was over.

  • From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West by Coach and Helicopter

    7. 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 V...

    No question, a MUST DO for your Vegas trip. The sights and experience from the helicopter are unforgettable. From the moment we were picked up to the end of the day, Mitch & Robbie were excellent hosts who had the whole bus laughing and intrigued by the weird and wonderful facts of Las Vegas. We upgraded on the bus to include the boat tour which means you actually land at the bottom of the canyon. So for an extra $30 each, this was much better value than the Sky Walk. You will get just as good photos standing next to the Sky Walk so not worth it in my opinion. Hoover Dam was good to see too, but a bit dark for photos towards the end of the day. +ve’s - friendly informative tour service, good lunch/snacks provided, comfortable transportation, amazing views/photos to take home -ve’s - if you sit on the right hand side of the bus, you’ll get better photos passing Hoover Dam... we were sat on the left. Also you don’t get to walk across the dam which would have been a bonus.

  • Las Vegas: Hoover Dam and Lake Mead Half-Day Tour

    8. Las Vegas: Hoover Dam and Lake Mead Half-Day Tour

    Take a short trip away from the Las Vegas strip (pickup starts from 7 AM) to Boulder City, home to the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. Travel in comfort and style in an air-conditioned vehicle as you make your way to your destination. When you arrive at the Hoover Dam, you will be guided to the Visitor Center. Here you will have time to learn about the historical significance of the Hoover Dam. Travel back in time to the 1930s and discover the technology and labor force that went into the construction of the Hoover Dam, dedicated to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. See exhibits, models, and photo displays sure to provide you with an in-depth overview of this man-made marvel. Take sight of this famous structure and snap photos of what was once the tallest dam in the world. You'll also be able to enjoy views of the glimmering waters of Lake Mead, one of the largest reservoirs in the United Sta...

    Marvin was great. He knew a lot about the area and adjusted our time to better accommodate us.

  • From Las Vegas Grand Canyon Full-Day Trip by Flight & Bus

    9. From Las Vegas Grand Canyon Full-Day Trip by Flight & Bus

    Did you know that the Grand Canyon is only a 1-hour flight from Las Vegas? Make the most of your visit to the south-west and visit the spectacular Grand Canyon with an inclusive airplane tour directly from Las Vegas. This tour features a round-trip flight to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon from Boulder City Airport, just 30-minutes from the center of Las Vegas. The scenic flight includes a multi-lingual audio commentary designed to enhance your ability to identify famous landmarks below. On arrival at the Grand Canyon Airport, the tour continues via motor coach into Grand Canyon National Park. Once inside Grand Canyon National Park, your guided tour will last approximately 3 hours with stops at many South Rim overlooks including the Bright Angel Lodge and Mather Point. In addition, you will have opportunities to discover the Grand Canyon independently. We encourage you to take advan...

  • From Las Vegas: VIP Small-Group Hoover Dam Excursion

    10. From Las Vegas: VIP Small-Group Hoover Dam Excursion

    Located in Black Canyon on the Colorado River, Hoover Dam is 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 great heights on the chasm's sheer walls. You'll stop at the eastern edge of the chasm in Arizona, which provides fabulous views of the dam and Lake Mead, the world's largest man-made lake. In addition, there are fabulous photo ops of the new Hoover Dam Bridge. Before returning to Las Vegas, you'll stop at a local park, where herds of bighorn sheep often come down from the surrounding mountains to gather and graze on the sweet grass.

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My husband and I booked this day trip from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon and we would highly recommend it. It was a very long day but worth it. We got picked up at 6:10am at a nearby hotel. This company was easy to communicate with. We all had to hand sanitize and get a temperature check before getting on the bus. Everyone was great about wearing their masks on the bus so we both felt safe in terms of COVID. There was a bathroom on the bus in case of emergencies but we stopped every 1-2hrs for either food or a restroom break. Lunch was a sandwich, chips and cookies but you could purchase food at several of the locations we stopped at. We picked up lunch very early (around 8:30am) so some people ate right away and others saved it.We had the option of a guided tour in the Grand Canyon (an extra $20 per person) but chose to go on our own. The path was very easy to follow ourselves. There was a free shuttle if you didn't want to walk. All in all, an excellent trip.

Our tour guide, Layla, was well informed during our entire trip. She was patient with all passengers with questions. Our driver, Victor was also helpful and an excellent driver. I would recommend this trip to any who want a well informed trip and an excellent tour guide.

We loved the tour, unfortunately the weather didn't help but Marvin and his partners did an excellent job and helped us in what they could, they were super punctual with the schedule which made us very happy.

Our guide Chris was awesome. He made us all feel welcome! Super knowledgeable and you could tell he really enjoyed telling all about the area! Would highly recommend this mini tour!

Our guide Jorge was amazing! Very patient with all of us and he was very knowledgeable and entertaining. I really enjoyed the tour with my boys.