The Best Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas
Here are the best Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas! There are so many things to see and do at all three Rims. At Grand West, you can visit the famous Skywalk bridge, enjoy the views from Guano Point and Eagle Point, go below the rim, take a boat tour or raft the Colorad River and visit the Hualapai Indian village. At the South Rim you can admire the views from Mather Point and Yavapai Point and hike along the Bright Angel Trail. At North Rim (operational during spring-summer-fall) you can ride an ATV and a take guided Polaris Ranger tour. The most popular ways to get to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas are helicopter rides, airplane tours and jeep tours . All of these tours include transportation from/to hotel.
Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours
The most incredible way to explore this impressive natural wonder, of course, taking Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas by helicopter. No wonder that helicopter tours are so popular in Vegas - they are affordable, and the panoramic views of the canyon itself and the horizon are to die for, and if you take photos or video you will be able to relive the experience over and over again. Descending into the canyon by helicopter is included in many other tours - the trip usually lasts no longer than 10 minutes each way.
Grand Canyon Skywalk Tours
Skywalk is one of the most impressive structures in the world - if you don't believe me, look at the photo. You can't beat the 360° aerial view of the canyon even with a helicopter flight! You can find Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas to the Skywalk for any taste and budget: from the most luxurious tours that include Skywalk, helicopter and landing at the bottom to quick and easy day trip from Las Vegas by coach with Skywalk and Hoover Dam.
Grand Canyon Air Tours
Choose Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas by airplane for a fast and efficient way to explore this magnificent National Park! Airplanes fly from Las Vegas to the West, South Rim and North Rim of the canyon and can take from a couple of hours to an entire day. You can combine your airplane flight with a descent on a helicopter to the bottom of the canyon, with a boat ride, a visit to the Skywalk or you could spend an entire day at a real Western ranch!
Grand Canyon Jeep Tours
Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas by Pink Jeeps are very popular thanks to their comfort. Once you arrive, you have multiple options such as taking a helicopter ride or a boat ride with Skywalk.
Most of the Grand Canyon jeep tours I recommend here take place in luxury Pink Jeeps, which are comfortable air conditioned jeeps/SUV, specifically designed for sightseeing. But if you prefer an extreme off-road experience, you can find an excellent Hummer tour.
Grand Canyon Rafting Tours
One of the most exciting ways to explore the Grand Canyon is rafting Colorado River. There are many different Grand Canyon tours in oar, paddle or motorized rafts. Tours last anywhere from 1 day to two weeks - for the most adventurous. Most rafting tours operate between April and October, but you can also find tours that work year round.
Grand Canyon Bus Tours
Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas by bus are a great introduction for beginners. Not to mention that they are usually cheaper than other trips! Some of these Grand Canyon bus trips include optional Skywalk, which is a new observation point with the most breathtaking view of the Grand Canyon. Other tours include airplane or helicopter flight, or an optional boat. You can easily customize most tours to include or exclude the optional upgrades.
Grand Canyon Multi Day Tours
There are many extended multi-day Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas that also include other parks (Yellowstone, Bryce Canyon, Zion) and cities such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other attractions such as Universal Studios or Disneyland. There is no better way to explore the wonders of the world than taking Grand Canyon vacation tour with one of the most trusted tour companies that we carefully researched and are happy to recommend.
Grand Canyon Train Tours
Train tours are probably the most fun way to get to the Grand Canyon. Most of the trains depart from Williams, Arizona, so you will probably need to drive there by yourself, take a shuttle bus or get one available Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas by train with transportation.
Some Grand Canyon tours by train are conducted in a restored, authentically looking train that reminds you of the 1950s. On the train, you will be entertained by country music and other shows! Only one train tour departs from Las Vegas, with a bus transfer.