What's Included

  • Avoid the crowd. Tour aboard a 12 passenger custom touring vehicle.
  • Grand Canyon National Park
  • Multiple Rim Viewpoints
  • IMAX movie
  • Personally guided by a professional driver
  • Morning Snack & Lunch
  • Bottled water throughout the tour
  • Hotel Pickup

When people see pictures and video of the Grand Canyon there is a 90% chance that they are seeing Grand Canyon National Park. Situated in the center of the canyon 264 mile length, the South Rim (as its known) is the most geographically and visually dynamic. Grand Canyon South Rim Tours From Las Vegas take guests to this stunning natural wonder through the newly built O'Callaghan-Tillman Bridge with a brief stop for photos. Ground time at Grand Canyon is about 3.5 hours. As always, the trip is narrated and interpreted by a professional guide who doubles as your driver. Additionally, the trip is operated aboard a custom tour vehicle that features in-trip entertainment, and the ultimate in seating luxury and legroom.

Please note: For safety reasons, children under 2 are not permitted on this tour.

Itinerary

Tour Duration

Approximately 13 hours hotel to hotel

Hotel Pick-Up

Guests are picked up from most major Las Vegas hotels

Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge

A brief stop for photo opportunities of Hoover Dam from the O'Callaghan-Tillman Bridge

Rest stop in Kingman

A quick stop for a stretch and a snack

Lunch & IMAX Movie

Before the Grand Canyon experience, stop at the National Geographic Visitor Center for lunch and a short film about the history of the canyon

Arrive Grand Canyon National Park

Take advantage of the views from the most visited lookout points: Yavapai Point, Mather Point, and Bright Angel Lodge

Depart Grand Canyon

Return to the vehicle for the departure back to Las Vegas

Kingman Rest Stop

Quick stop for a stretch and restroom

Vegas Return

Guests are returned to their respective hotel

Add an Adventure

Helicopter

Marvel at Grand Canyon National Park by air when you add an incredible helicopter tour of the north rim