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Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour & Hoover Dam Photo Stop with optional Skywalk

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This Grand Canyon day tour has it all! Avoid the crowds at the canyon as this tour picks up from select hotels, giving you more time to enjoy your destination! Enroute to the West Rim and exclusive to this particular tour, you'll enjoy a hot, sit-down breakfast at a restaurant. This tour also includes a bonus stop at the Hoover Dam Memorial Bridge where you can capture incredible photos of the Dam! Continuing onto the Grand Canyon, your tour guide will tell you all about the Canyon and the Hualapai Indians. Included is admission to the West Rim, VIP bus access at the Canyon (an exclusive benefit for this tour only), Breakfast, BBQ lunch on the canyon rim and two bottles of water. Return to Las Vegas at approximately 5pm.
US$99.00 per adult
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manohpc wrote a review Nov 2020
Arlington, Texas11 contributions5 helpful votes
It is a place that you have to visit at least once in your life, one day is not enough to know this wonderful place
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Date of experience: November 2020
WaitForIttttt wrote a review Nov 2020
Hazlet, New Jersey1,795 contributions276 helpful votes
My husband and I have visited Grand Canyon National Park twice, most recently as part of a hiking trip we took to still travel while being COVID-safe. The view from the South Rim is absolutely breathtaking. There are many viewpoints and a paved path that makes it easy for hikers of any skill level to enjoy the rim. As breathtaking as the view is, the views look very similar along the rim. It's worth taking in at different times a day (sunrise, daytime, and sunset) but I'd recommend a hike down into the canyon for a more varied view. We were comfortable with our time here despite the pandemic. Most hikers were respectful of one another's space. Some chose to wear masks but many just stepped off the path to distance themselves. I would recommend visiting if you're itching to travel safely during the pandemic.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Offield wrote a review Nov 2020
5 contributions
First time visitor to the Grand Canyon and it really is spectacular. It was a shame that the Visitor Center was closed due to COVID but that was to be expected. Had a great time hiking down into the Canyon.
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Date of experience: October 2020
MerelyATourist wrote a review Oct 2020
936 contributions142 helpful votes
My wife and I visited in early November last year on a road trip through Arizona. I add this "review" merely for the sake of completeness. I couldn't possibly say anything about the place that has not been said before except to provide one more personal perspective for whatever that is worth. We spent two days and two nights in the park, staying at Yavapai Lodge. Online reviews indicated that it is better to stay in the park itself rather than in nearby Tusayan and I have to agree just based on the convenience factor. It can be more expensive to stay in the park but then again how many times in your life are you going to visit? My wife and I are not hikers so during our time in the park we did not venture on any of the trails leading down into the canyon itself. If you choose to do so, remember that you still have to come back up. (There is limited camping and very limited lodging down in the canyon and only by prior permit/arrangement). We stuck to the "trails" on the canyon rim at each of the viewing points we visited, which included the majority of them from the Desert View Watchtower east of Grand Canyon Village to the many viewing points west of the village. We spent a few hours in the village itself to visit the shops and historic hotels. We also spent a couple of hours in the Grand Canyon Visitor Center near Mather Point. We caught a sunset at Mather Point and a sunrise at Yavapai Point. Were two days at the canyon enough for us? Had we wished to do more adventurous activities such as hiking down into the canyon or taking a helicopter ride, we would have most likely needed a third full day. But for what we had planned to do, our time there was sufficient.
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Date of experience: November 2019
LoveNewExperiences wrote a review Oct 2020
Bartlesville, Oklahoma976 contributions186 helpful votes
Was a bit concerned that with the South gate being the only entrance open the park would be overly crowded; however, that was not the case. We didn’t have any issues with parking and enjoyed being able to walk around he rim. Be sure to visit the Village area and walk through some of the historical buildings dating back to 1908.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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