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Grand Canyon Bus Tours and Excursions

When you want to lean back and relax, one of your best options is to leave the driving to someone else and take one of the many Grand Canyon bus tours. With departures from Sedona, Flagstaff, the Phoenix area and Las Vegas, you have several options in bus tours to the Grand Canyon. There are also bus tours that take in the Grand Canyon with the final destination of Las Vegas.
 

Get the Most Amenities with Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tours

Grand Canyon Bus ToursFor a first-time visitor to the Grand Canyon, the South Rim offers the most number of sites to view and options to take in, making it an excellent location for your vacation satisfaction. And, it’s accessible from a number of area cities. On the Grand Canyon Air & Ground Tour, you leave Las Vegas and fly in a small aircraft on a 45-minute flight right over the chasm. Once at the South Rim, you board a motorcoach for a two-hour guided tour. You’ll take in Kolb Studio, the Bright Angel Lodge and great views of the Grand Canyon at Mather Point. With the flight back to Vegas, this tour takes eight hours.

The Grand Canyon South Rim 12-Hour Jeep Tour places you in a modified Jeep called a Tour Trekker. Comfortable seats are in this rugged vehicle that motors you through a ponderosa pine forest and the Mojave Desert. At the South Rim, you take in amazing vistas of the Grand Canyon. There’s a visit to a Native American arts and craft store before returning to the lights of Sin City in the Trekker.

A Grand Canyon Ruins & Volcanoes Tour offers a full day of amazing sights through the leisure of bus transportation. You’ll see lava fields and dormant volcanoes. Then, the Wupatki National Monument gives you a glimpse of an ancient Indian civilization. Lunch is at the Navajo Nation’s Cameron Trading Post. You’ll walk the South and East Rims of Grand Canyon for a truly memorable experience.
 

Seek the Action in Grand Canyon Bus Tours from Sedona

There’s more to the Grand Canyon than just standing on the rim and looking down. With the Grand Canyon & Sedona 3 Day Adventure, you spend three days and two nights at this amazing national park. There’s traveling through the amazing Sonoran Desert from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon, relaxing in Sedona and seeing the deep red rock of the region, a breathtaking rafting trip down the Colorado River at the base of the Grand Canyon and a visit to the Glen Canyon Dam. You can do a similar version of these types of bus tours to Grand Canyon with the Sedona & Grand Canyon Tour – 2 Day venture.

Grand Canyon RailroadAdd the element of rail into the mix with the Sedona & Grand Canyon Rail Excursion – 2 Day, or the Sedona and Grand Canyon Rail 3 Day Tour. Both involve a motorcoach tour through the red rocks of the Sonoran Desert. Both also get you to Williams, Arizona, where you take a two hour and 15 minute ride with the Grand Canyon Railways to the deep gorge.

The Grand Canyon doesn’t need to be your final destination. With both the two-day Visit Las Vegas from Sedona with an Overnight in the Grand Canyon trip and the full-day Visit Las Vegas from Phoenix via Sedona and the Grand Canyon expedition, you witness the canyon’s South Rim, along with the beauty of the red rocks surrounding Sedona, Arizona. You also stay right at the Grand Canyon with the two-day tour. Both take you to the hotel of your choice on the Vegas Strip.
 

When in Vegas, go East on Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tours

It’s amazing just how close the Grand Canyon is to Vegas. Plus, with the Skywalk that opened in 2007 on the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, you have a matchless destination to this chasm that’s worth taking in. Las Vegas to Grand Canyon bus tours can include some sightseeing fun into your Vegas vacation.

On the Grand Canyon Flight and Skywalk, it’s only a 45-minute airplane ride from Las Vegas to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, where a bus moves you from Guano Point to Eagle Point along the edge of this deep precipice. VIP passes are included to allow you to skip long lines. Breakfast or lunch is served at Guano Point, where you get amazing 360º panoramic views of the Grand Canyon. Put an adrenaline-charged punctuation point on your visit by walking over the glass-covered cantilever bridge that extends 70 feet beyond the rim of the canyon. It’s called the Skywalk. You’ll understand why the owners, the Hualapai (pronounced WALL-uh-pie) Indians, or “people of the tall pines,” gave their bridge such a name once you walk on it and look down to the canyon floor hundreds of feet below you.

Taking Las Vegas Grand Canyon bus tours doesn’t need to include a motorcoach. On the Full-Day Ground, Air, and Water Outing to Grand Canyon, transportation from Vegas is in a luxury stretch SUV equipped with plush seating. Notice the distinctive 900-year-old trees in the Joshua Forest Parkway, or U.S. Route 93. You’ll also drive by Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. Amazing photographic possibilities leap out at you as your luxury SUV makes stops along the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Then, you’re into a chopper for a wonderful treat hovering up and down the abrupt cliffs of the canyon. You also take a pontoon float down the Colorado River. There’s even a nice picnic lunch awaiting you on this tour.

On the Grand Canyon West and Hoover Dam Jeep 2-in-1 outing, a Jeep takes you through the Mojave Desert to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon and then returns via Hoover Dam. Extraordinary photos of the 4,000-foot deep ravine are possible. You’ll travel over the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bypass Bridge, a 1900-foot bridge that opened on Oct. 19, 2010 in the Hoover Dam area.

The beauty about Grand Canyon bus tours is that you don’t have to worry about maps, directions and getting lost. Someone else does the driving and also provides a tour while you relax and take in the sights. Isn’t that what a vacation is all about?

Posted by: Howard Green