Explore The Grand Canyon In A Day

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The Grand Canyon is one of the most magnificent natural wonders of the world. This massive structure is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and 6,000 feet deep. So to encompass all of this in a single day is obviously quite impossible. Just to travel from one rim to another would take about 6 hours, without any stopovers.

There are so many different points to see, and views of the Grand Canyon to enjoy. The Grand Canyon has four Rims and every rim has its own characteristics and a completely different landscape. Like the Grand Canyon West Rim has a rugged landscape with plenty of natural rock formations. While the South Rim is the popular Rim lush forests, plenty of fauna and hiking trails too.

The South Rim is more commercialized and hence the most popular of the other parts of the Grand Canyon. If you don’t have enough time to visit the Grand Canyon, the South Rim would be the best pick. It’s perfect for a one-day trip to discover the best spots of the Grand Canyon.

Grand Canyon National Park Bus Tour

One of the best ways to explore the Grand Canyon is to take Grand Canyon bus tours from Las Vegas. Grand Canyon Tours that will take you to explore all of Grand Canyon in a single day, while making sure you are comfortable can be difficult to find.  But with the Grand Canyon bus tours from Vegas.Expert you will get exactly what you wish for.

Not only will you get to visit the Grand Canyon South Rim you will get to visit the Hoover Dam too. This Grand Canyon Tour includes Mather Point and Bright Angel Lodge at the Grand Canyon national park. You will get to see Hoover Dam and Route 66 en route to the park. Along with a stop at the In-n-Out Burger to try their delicious burgers.

Stops On The Grand Canyon Bus Tour

Hoover Dam: A man-made wonder and a must-see destination is another great part of this Grand Canyon Tour. A lot of tours tend to skip Hoover Dam, but you don’t have to worry about that with Vegas.Expert. Get stunning pictures at Hoover Dam and River Colorado and explore the dam as a part of this bus tour. To explore Hoover Dam in-depth you can also opt for one of our Hoover Dam Tours.

Hoover Dam Tours

Mather point: One of the most popular points to get panoramic views of the Grand Canyon. Mather Point is conveniently located near the visitors center. It is the first point to check out the great views of Grand Canyon. It’s the First stop on your Grand Canyon bus tours.

Bright Angel Lodge: Another iconic spot on the Grand Canyon Tour is the Bright Angel Lodge. Enjoy the breathtaking views as you walk from the Mather Point to Bright Angel Lodge. It is a great place for an overnight stay at the Grand Canyon.

Route 66: En route to the Grand Canyon you will get to visit the famed Route 66. A visit to the gift shop and comfort stop in Seligman, Arizona to refresh you. The famous signs and vintage cars from the 40s and 50s will leave you feeling nostalgic.

Grand Canyon Bus Tours

In-n-Out Burger: On your way back from the Grand Canyon your to Las Vegas, there will be a delightful stop for you! The California-based In-N-Out Burger is where you will get to try their famous burgers. Vegetarians have the option to eat at Chipotle.

Perks Of Booking With Vegas.Expert

When you book the Grand Canyon Bus tours with Vegas.Expert you will be making the most of your experience. Make memories to last a lifetime as you explore all the classic landmarks on the Grand Canyon Tour. On booking the Grand Canyon bus Tour you will enjoy the following advantages –

  • Hotel pickup and drop off from select Las Vegas hotels.
  • Live commentary during the bus ride.
  • A tour guide to keep you informed about all the facts and info on the various places in the Grand Canyon Bus Tours.
  • Included stop at Hoover Dam and Route 66.
  • Our staff will lead you to all the perfect places with pictures taking opportunities.
  • Included lunch and snacks with the Grand Canyon Bus Tours.
  • You can also include a walking tour in your Grand Canyon Tour.
  • Enjoy the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip as you return to the city.