A great day trip to see the famous sites near Las Vegas This was a fantastic trip - it was great being picked up from the hotel and delivered home at night. The views at both the Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon... read more
Gran tour Excelente tour, muy recomendado nos recogió en el hotel muy puntual nos llevó a el famoso cartel de welcome to Las Vegas, seven magic mountains, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon West... read more
A fabulous day out We were picked up promptly from our hotel by our friendly and helpful guide, Luis. The minibus was very comfortable and, as promised, Luis provided snacks and much needed cold... read more
Brilliant day trip! Fantastic day trip from Las Vegas. Our guide was brilliant and nothing was too much for him. Water and snacks were provided throughout the day. Visited 7 magic mountains, stopped... read more
Enjoy an easy morning before your late pickup from your Las Vegas Hotel
First Stop: The Hoover Dam. Walk out on the second-highest bridge in the United States for a sweeping view of the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead
Lunch: Grab sandwiches at Subway for a quick bite in the van or a picnic at the Grand Canyon, or eat at one of the options available at the Grand Canyon
Guano Point: Take 1 hour and 15 minutes to soak in the sweeping views of the Grand Canyon at Guano Point
Eagle Point: You will have another 1 Hour and 15 minutes to step out on the Skywalk, enjoy more Grand Canyon views, learn about Native American history, and shop in the gift shop
Get dropped off back at your Las Vegas hotel between 7-8 PM
This tour stops at the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Seven Magic Mountains, the Hoover Dam, and the Grand Canyon – it also includes our signature bonus stops, where our guides will introduce you to some hidden gems that only locals know about.
Highlights on Day 1 include the Grand Canyon National Park, Hoover Dam, and Route 66. Stay overnight in Arizona before continuing to Horseshoe Bend, and Lower Antelope Canyon on Day 2.
Major stops include the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Seven Magic Mountains, a walking tour across the Hoover Dam, and the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge for sweeping views of the face of the Hoover Dam.