- 12 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
Hit the highway out of Las Vegas and spend the day touring the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam. On this day trip you'll have four hours at the Grand Canyon, with the option of walking on the popular Grand Canyon Skywalk for panoramic 360-degree views.
- Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
- Lunch included
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Round-trip transportation by air-conditioned coach
- 15-minute Hoover Dam photo stop from the pedestrian walkway
- Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option selected)
- Helicopter and 15-minute river boat ride (if option selected)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- All taxes and fees
- Entry/Admission - Grand Canyon West Rim
- Entry/Admission - Guano Point
- Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option not selected)
- Helicopter and 15-minute river boat ride (if option not selected)
Traveler pickup is offered
Returns to original departure point approximately 12 hours after hotel pickup, subject to local traffic conditions
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Gray Line Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV 89139-5948
A brief check-in at the Gray Line terminal for check-in, restrooms available, and a full-service cafe available with breakfast items for purchase. Travel time between Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon is around three hours each way. Your driver will provide an expert commentary along the way, returning you to Las Vegas in time for a night out on the town. Motor coaches are climate controlled and equipped with restrooms, reclining seats, video monitors and over-sized windows.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Hoover Dam Bypass, U.S. Route 93, Las Vegas, NV
Leaving Las Vegas behind, you'll enjoy an approximate 15-minute Hoover Dam Photo Stop from the pedestrian walkway along the new Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge!
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: Joshua Tree Forest, Pierce Ferry Rd, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Travel through the ancient Joshua Tree Forest en route to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon - the road gets a little dusty and bumpy here!
Stop At: Grand Canyon West Rim, Las Vegas, NV
Once at the West Rim you will have 3 hours of unguided time at the Grand Canyon. It's up to you to spend as little or as long as you wish at each of the following attractions.
Helicopter - Boat Combo Upgrade:
Why not complete your Grand Canyon experience with a thrilling helicopter flight to the floor of the Grand Canyon. You will be flown 4,000 feet to the base of the Canyon where you will board a pontoon boat for an approximate 15-minute ride on the Colorado River. Enjoy the Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option selected) and the panoramic view.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Grand Canyon Skywalk, Eagle Point Rd Grand Canyon West, AZ 86434
The spectacular Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option selected) where you can take a walk over the edge of the canyon on a glass bridge. At the Indian Village, explore Native American history and culture with replica dwellings and performances of traditional dance
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Guano Point, Pierce Ferry Road Pearce Ferry Airport, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Enjoy spectacular views over the Colorado River at Guano Point, home to the old Guano mine. Lunch options are available here!
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Hualapai Ranch, Quartermaster Point Rd, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Old western style town with wild west show, amenities and lunch options
Duration: 30 minutes
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infants 23 months and under are considered a lap child. If Skywalk ticket is purchased, infants must be carried on the Skywalk.
- Children ages 2 years and up require a seat
- Adult pricing applies to all passengers
- If you did not select the Helicopter and Boat upgrades, please enter N/A into the weight field.
- Collapsible wheelchairs can be accommodated providing the passenger is accompanied by someone who can assist them to board and disembark the bus.
- Buses equipped with a lift are based upon availability and might not be available. Should a bus equipped with a lift be required, a three day advanced notice is required, and you must contact the local tour operator immediately after booking to confirm your request.
- Motor coaches are climate controlled and equipped with restrooms (for emergencies), reclining seats, video monitors and over-sized windows
- There may be waiting periods at any point or attraction due to weather or passenger volumes
- No personal items such as mobile phones, cameras, backpacks and purses are allowed on the Skywalk; complimentary lockers are available for storage
- Hotel pickup is available for this tour/activity. Depending on the hotel, buses may not be able to access or enter every property. In this case, pickup may be redirected to a central bus stop or nearby hotel. Exact pickup details will be provided to the guest upon reconfirmation with the local tour operator.
- 30-minutes of complimentary wi-fi is available, additional time may be purchased from the local operator directly.
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Infants must sit on laps
- Most travelers can participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
I enjoyed the actual bus trip and the driver. The only way I was aware that the bus may pick up at another hotel is because I read some reviews before booking. I called the day before to see pick up location and time. The pickup time was 1.5 hours before the time indicated they in the confirmation and the hotel was different then mine. Fortunately it as only across the street. If I had not checked them we would have missed it. But the tour it self was good.
Walking on the Skywalk offered an amazing view directly above the canyon floor. Observers can stand on the glass skywalk and look down at the bottom of the canyon. You will be required to wear protective sleeves over your shoes when walking on the bridge. You will have to go through a metal detector to prevent visitors from bringing foreign objects onto the skywalk. Phones, cameras, keys, coins, and any other metal objects are prohibited. I recommend that your hats are left in the provided lockers to prevent them from blowing off into the canyon. I did witness a gentleman lose his hat when a gust of wind came along. There are several stops along the route and the reservation offers a free shuttle between stops.
Loved this tour. Took us to places those are very popular. Clean vehicle. Punctual. Well-managed. Reasonable priced. Hassle-free.
Thomas was a great driver for this trip. He kept us informed and entertained. The first two sites were amazing. The third stop at the ranch was rather disappointing as there was nothing to see or do. We were disappointed in the pick up from the hotel. There were too many buses and no organization on which bus we were to get on.
We booked the regular bus tour but had the opportunity to upgrade to luxury tour at the last minute so we jumped at the chance. It was worth every penny! You will pat yourself on the back at the end of the day for choosing the upgrade. It's well worth it.
A great tour covering everything you’d like to see. Well organised great driver with extra tips for a great day, thanks Felix
We truly enjoyed this trip. The stop at the Hoover Dam was just long enough for photos, which is all we really wanted from the stop. The drive was pleasant, but I didn't really enjoy the recording that was played as we made the drive. My in-laws were unable to hear it. The Grand Canyon was incredible in person, and the Skywalk was beyond breathtaking. I'm terrified of heights, but it was so worthwhile to step out onto the bridge. One major problem - you can't take your camera and the only pictures are those that the Native American tribe that owns the skywalk provides. It wouldn't have been an issue except they only had two photographers at the time we arrived, so it took a very long time to stand in line and get the pictures taken, which then cut into our time at the other stops at the West Rim. We loved the pictures, though, so it was worth it in the end. We all loved the experience and would highly recommend it.
This tour to the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam was fantastic. It was well organised with a great driver who was knowledgeable gave us as much time as possible at each stop. I would highly recommend it as it is well worth the money. It was our first time to the Canyon and it was stunning, many thanks to all that made it possible
What a wonderful trip to see the Grand Canyon. The long bus ride from Vegas was not so long after all. Our driver Felix was the greatest... he kept us entertained and was a wealth of information about the Canyon and Las Vegas.... Thanks Felix!
Thomas was fantastic! He was knowledgeable and funny, plus a really great driver! Skywalk was cool. Grand Canyon is amazing!
Great experiance Wayne driver was great funny make the trip more fun...very punctual service..gray line services.
We had a great time on this trip! It was well organized, very professional staff at Grayline. Out busdriver Thomas was phenomenal and super courteous!!!!
loved every minute of the tour from time we eventually got on the road....only issue is that after being collected from hotel we were brought to their offices in an attempt to get us to trade up the tour. bit like timeshare...was unnecessary waste of time but once on the road it was fantastic trip....we did western rim with sky walk and really enjoyed it...driver was very informative and lunch was great
fantastic trip, long day but worth it. goes by pretty quick, skywalk at eagle point was awesome. Lunch at the ranch was fantastic!
We really enjoyed this tour! We had Felix who was great! Bus had restroom on it if need and TVs. Seats recline as well. You travel approx 45 minutes to the Hoover Dam where you get 20 minutes (don’t worry, that’s enough time). Then you get back on the bus for a 2 hour ride to the Grand Canyon. Once you get to the GC, you are taken to a central station with facilities, food and gift shop. You had 3 hours to do as you wish, which was nice. There are shuttle buses that run every 10 minutes (sometimes quicker). There are 3 stops - stop with the Skywalk, stop with the ranch, and another stop that has great views of the canyon. The shuttle ride is approx 7-8 minutes to each stop. If you do the skywalk, you can’t take anything in there with you, there’s a choice to get in the line with a photographer to go with you to take your photos or a line if you don’t want your photo alien. Photos are $16 each or all the pics on a USB for $65.
Once you get back on the bus, you travel 1 hour 15 minutes to a rest stop then continue on to Vegas. We had a great time! Liked how we had time to nap on the way there and on the way back!
This is a great option if you do not want to be all day on a Bus! The driver was great, quick stop at Hoover Dam for pictures, 4 hours in the Sky walk and West Rim of the Canyon. Food was okay.
What an amazing place to see. The day trip was excellent value for money and the lunch time meal was delicious.
A really nice day trip from Las Vegas. It did not disappoint. The beauty of the GC is awe inspiring. To go out on Skywalk was scary, yet amazing. Our driver/ guide Thomas was fantastic; informative and fun. Although some people on the tour arrived 35 minutes late for the clearly stated departure time, Thomas kept his composure and handled the situation so well.
I went on this tour because my husband wanted to. I didn't really want to go, but we both thoroughly enjoyed It! Thomas was an awesome guide, very funny and knowledgeable. Loved him!! I would definitely recommend this tour!
We traveled from Northern Ireland and this was one of the highlights of our holiday. Our driver on the day Dwayne was a font of knowledge and had a great way of getting information to us all. Dwayne has a great sense of humour. The tour was good value for money with a good snack at the end of the visit. I would diffently recommend Viator.