To start your trip, the bus will pick you up at your hotel between 7.00 and 8.00am. The luxurious fleets come complete with air conditioning, panoramic windows and airline-style seating to make your ride as comfortable as possible! After a quick breakfast snack, you will make your way to the Grand Canyon Caverns, the largest dry caverns in the U.S. Guests will have the opportunity to take a tour of the caverns during this 1-hour lunch stop. Taking a tour consists of following a guide into the caverns 210 feet below the ground.
The trip continues through the desert landscape towards the Grand Canyon West Rim, home of the Hualapai Tribe. Starting at the Welcome Center, you will have up to four hours to experience the beautiful and extensive landscape of the West Rim and can choose your own activity.
For the adventure seekers, there will be the option to take a helicopter ride (note: this is not included in the price of your tour). For those who would like to have a more leisurely experience, there is a shuttle to transport guests to Eagle Point, which offers spectacular views and a visit to a Native American Indian Village. Last but not least, the most thrilling views come from the Skywalk. This glass-framed overlook sits 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon with a 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge peering over the West Rim of the Canyon (note: the Skywalk ticket is separate from the tour price).
The second stop is Guano Point, a lookout that Hollywood films old and new have depicted countless times for blockbuster views. Visit the remnants of a historic tram that once stretched 8,800 feet across the canyon to a Guano mine, grab a bite to eat at Guano Deli or browse Native American jewelry and crafts at the Hualapai Market.
After Guano Point, the tour group heads back to the Welcome Center for the return trip to Las Vegas. Guests can plan for a hotel drop-off time sometime between 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM.