Up-close looks at the dramatic West Rim of the Grand Canyon
Photo stop at the Hoover Dam, an icon of great engineering
Chance to hike to the rim's highest lookout at Guano Point
Option to visit the glass-floored viewing point at Skywalk
Hassle-free transportation in modern, air-conditioned coach
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Grand Canyon's West Rim
Continental breakfast and lunch
Roundtrip transportation to and from Las Vegas Strip and downtown hotels
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children 1 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult, provided they sit on a parent's lap.
This activity has limited wheelchair access.
Participation is not recommended if you have flights scheduled or show tickets for the same day.
Hotel pickup takes place from 5:45 AM–6:45 AM. You will receive confirmation of your exact pick-up time when you call to confirm your reservation.
Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.
What you can expect
Experience the majesty of the American Southwest on a guided tour to the Grand Canyon's West Rim. With a drive through desert landscapes flecked with Joshua trees and stops at impressive sights like Hoover Dam, Eagle Point, and Guano Point, this day trip is sure to awaken your inner nature lover.
From your hotel, board a luxury air-conditioned coach and begin your ride. Make a quick breakfast stop to charge up for a day full of activities, and then reach Hoover Dam, where you can try and cram all 725 feet (220 m) of the dam's face into your camera's frame. Listen to commentary about the engineering efforts it took to create this colossal structure and then continue on to the Grand Canyon.
Weave down roads flanked by the clumpy branches of old Joshua trees as you approach the Grand Canyon's West Rim. When you arrive, take in the hues of deep orange, indigo, and muted yellow etched into the immense, 6-million-year-old rock formations. For a bonus viewing treat, hike to the top of Guano Point—the highest peak at the rim—and admire the Colorado River as it winds along the canyon floor.
Stroll around on nearby hiking trails, chat with your guide about the area's geologic past, consider opting for a dizzying visit to the glass-floored Skywalk viewing point, and then hop back on your coach for the scenic return ride to your Las Vegas hotel.