Las Vegas To Grand Canyon National Park Tours
Grand Canyon National Park Luxury Bus Tour
Grand Canyon National Park is a trip that is easy, fun, and affordable with Grand Canyon Destinations. We are here to provide you with the best Las Vegas to Grand Canyon tours available. Our full day trips from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon South Rim are available and leave daily.
Travel In Comfort
On the way to the canyon, we want our guests to be comfortable. The entire luxury bus tour Vegas to Grand Canyon is designed so that you can travel in style and comfort. That is why our luxury buses are fully set with WiFi, snacks, water, and entertainment. There is a restroom available in the bus as well. We’ve made comfort and relaxation a priority for your trip.
An Overview Of The Journey
Our Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park tours start in Vegas, travel through the Mojave Desert, then arrive at Grand Canyon South Rim. We travel the historic Route 66 through the quaint town of Seligman, Arizona. Once there, we will take you to popular sites including Grand Canyon Village, Bright Angel Trail, and Mather Point.
Your trip to the Grand Canyon South Rim is going to provide you with a number of photo-worthy stops. The journey is filled with impressive views and stunning photo ops all day long. The Grand Canyon is a beautiful place to visit, and it’s unlike any other natural. We are here to ensure you have the experience of your life when you see it for yourself.
Grand Canyon National Park
The main focus of your trip, of course, will be to see the Grand Canyon. Impressively grand, over 1.2 million acres of land is protected in this park. Additionally, over 5 million people visit the park yearly so that they can see everything that it has to offer.
Hundreds of rare animal and plant species and historical landmarks are found throughout the Grand Canyon South Rim as well. Grand Canyon National Park is one of the largest National Parks in the United States. This makes it a must-see for anyone visiting this area of the country for the first time.
Arriving At Grand Canyon National Park
The Visitor Center at Grand Canyon National Park has all of the information that you’ll need in order to fully enjoy your trip to the Grand Canyon. It has a beautiful view and a wealth of information about the park and its history. This is also where you can connect with Park Rangers. They are able to provide you with endless information about the park. They can also show you where to pick up brochures and other information you may want for your trip.
What You Will See On A Tour
During your tour, you will stop at Mather Point. Mather Point is one of the most famous viewpoints at the Grand Canyon. With its amazing overlook into the canyon and easy accessibility from the paved path, this is a great place where you can take in the famous Grand Canyon view. We make it a point to bring all of our Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park tours here to see the impressive sight.
Another favorite spot for visitors is Yavapai Point, found on the Grand Canyon South Rim. This unique panoramic viewpoint allows you to see a large portion of the canyon from one vantage point. This allows for some outstanding pictures that you may not be able to get in any other part of the park.
Bright Angel Trail
The Bright Angel Trail and Lodge is another place that you will want to visit in the park. Bright Angel Trail is one of the best trails in the park. It is the most accessible trail in the park, and has a lot of natural landmarks and beautiful places to see. It is also rated the safest option for first-time visitors to the park. The Bright Angel Lodge is a historical building that has been at the canyon since 1935. The lodge has a shop, a dining area, and a history room filled with a wealth of information about the history of the region.
These are just a few of the things that you will get to see on our Las Vegas to Grand Canyon tours. We are always making adjustments and additions to our trips so that we are able to provide visitors with the best trip possible.
For the most up to date information on the national park, visit the Grand Canyon National Park website.
Typical Las Vegas To Grand Canyon National Park Tours Itinerary
Itineraries are approximate and subject to change due to unexpected circumstances, including traffic, weather, or illness. This is just a quick look at a typical itinerary based on our standard daily tours.
Arriving At Grand Canyon National Park
After that, the tour completes the drive to Grand Canyon National Park. There, you get to visit for 3 hours. Your lunch is included in your trip to the Grand Canyon so you will not have to buy food there. If you want to however, there are plenty of great restaurants and quick stops with food available.
Lunch On Your Trip
You can eat your included deli sandwich in the comfort of the bus or you can enjoy the beautiful Grand Canyon South Rim while you eat. Water is also provided for you on your tour, as is a breakfast snack to get the day started.
Dinner on the way back to Vegas
Then, on the way back from your Las Vegas to Grand Canyon tour, we’ll stop to pick up dinner. You can enjoy a delicious meal with the new friends you’ve made on the trip. There are several delicious dinner options to choose from at our family dining cafe.
All together, your trip to the Grand Canyon, including the drive time, takes approximately 15 to 18 hours. It is a full day from start to finish that is sure to be fun, informative, entertaining, and memorable.
Important Information About Our Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park Tours
Many people are curious about what to expect on our Grand Canyon tours. Here is some information that may answer your questions and shed some light on how the typical tour runs.
- If you’re staying at a local hotel in Las Vegas, check out our list of pick up and drop off locations when booking your tour. If your hotel is not included in that list, please feel free to contact us and we’ll help you to sort out where you should go for pick up the morning of your tour. Pick up is at approximately 6 AM for this Grand Canyon South Rim tour.
- Our drivers are knowledgeable and kind. They will treat you with the utmost professionalism and will do everything possible to ensure that your trip is the best it can be. They are also tour guides, so they can answer any questions you have about your tour or the canyon.
- The luxury buses that we utilize for our Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park tours are clean and comfortable. They have a variety of amenities, which allow you to enjoy your drive to the canyon. Our buses can hold about 55 passengers each. There is also a restroom on board the bus to allow for comfortable travel.
Frequently Asked Questions
Everyone has questions when they’re trying to plan a luxury trip, especially if they’re going on one of our Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park tours. What will you see, what will you do, and how can you prepare for it are some of the common questions and concerns people have before booking a tour. Here are some of the most common questions from potential visitors, and our best answers for them.
What food is included in the cost of my tour?
When you go with us on a Grand Canyon trip, you will have access to unlimited bottled water throughout the trip. We also provide light breakfast snacks when you board the bus in the morning, as well as a fresh deli lunch on the tour. Your deli lunch includes your choice of sandwich, chips, fruit, and a cookie. Our dinner stop on the way back is at your own cost if you would like to purchase something. Additionally, any food you would like to purchase at the canyon is at your own expense. When budgeting for your trip, be sure to include extra funds for these costs.
What can we expect from the weather at the Grand Canyon South Rim?
The Grand Canyon does have typical seasons, much like other parts of the United States. Therefore the canyon can be quite hot and sunny in the summer and very cold and snowy in the winter. The most moderate weather for Las Vegas to Grand Canyon tours occurs during the fall and spring seasons. You can always get an accurate weather report from the national park website. Be sure to do so the day before your tour is scheduled, so that you can dress appropriately. As long as the weather conditions aren’t of concern, your tour will go on as normal.
What do we need to wear on our trip?
A good pair of shoes is always necessary when visiting Grand Canyon National Park. For the majority of the year, you also want to have a hat and sunglasses, and put on sunscreen regularly. Layers are always a good idea, especially as you get toward the winter months as the weather can vary greatly throughout the day.
Do I need to be in top physical condition to visit Grand Canyon National Park?
While some tours may require their tourists to be in peak condition, we do not do so. Our trips are designed so that you can enjoy the trip at your own pace, which makes it easier for you. You have a few hours available so that you can sightsee as you wish, and we only go on trails that are easy for everyone to enjoy.
What are your cancellation policies?
If you need to cancel your tour, it’s absolutely free up until the 24 hour mark before your tour. If, for some reason, you are unable to cancel until less than 24 hours before your trip, contact us directly. Email or call us and we will work out the relevant details.
What amenities are on the bus?
We offer free Wi-Fi on the bus, dependent on having a clear signal for cellular devices. We also have a restroom on board for your convenience. Televisions are within sight of every seat, and movies are available to watch while on the bus tour.
What should I bring with me?
If you are taking a helicopter ride, then you will have to have your photo identification with you. Cameras are always welcome, but the gear must fit on your lap during the trip. You want to have sunscreen, sunglasses, cash or card to purchase souvenirs or food, and comfortable walking shoes.
What about tips and gratuity?
We always appreciate tips for the work that we’ve done on our trips! Industry standard is 10%, but you are welcome to give your tour guide and bus driver whatever you feel is appropriate. We also never charge additional fees or surcharges on our trips.
If you did not find your answer, contact us directly for all your Grand Canyon South Rim questions. If you want to plan your trip, we are ready to help you have the best Las Vegas to Grand Canyon tour available. We hope that you have a wonderful time when you go with us and our team. Contact us if you have additional questions, we are glad to answer them for you.
Tell Us How Your Grand Canyon National Park Tour Was
Your enjoyment of your luxury bus tour Vegas to Grand Canyon is important to us. Therefore, we will do everything possible to ensure that your trip is the best that it can be. Let us know ahead of time if there is a special accommodation that we can make for you. That way, we can do our best to achieve it. Also, we love to hear from our guests and get your feedback on your personal tour experience. You can contact us on our website or on our social media pages. Like us on Facebook to share your tour experience as well. We can’t wait to hear from you!
- Guests will spend approximately 3 hours at the Grand Canyon National Park, including the Visitor Center, Mather Point, Yavapai Point and Bright Angel Lodge.
- We provide pick up and drop off near and around most hotels. Don’t see your meeting spot for pick up on the list? Please contact us to help arrange for transportation to a convenient meeting spot for pick up.
- We do make comfort stops for you to take a break, stretch, and go to the restroom.
- What’s a tour without a meal? Yes, lunch is included. Your deli sandwich lunch can be enjoyed on the bus or right at the canyon. Enjoy a Breakfast Danish as an early morning snack.
- Our drivers care about you. Our drivers and tour guides are professional, knowledgeable, and friendly.
- Plenty of water is provided on tour.
- We provide luxury buses that are clean and comfortable.
- We offer the best Grand Canyon bus tours from Las Vegas.
- Want to see the Canyon from top to bottom? We offer helicopter rides too.