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Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour

by SWEETours
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Nonrefundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • Visit to the largest & deepest segment of the Grand Canyon

  • Informative stops on historic Route 66

  • Breathtaking canyon & river panoramas on scenic trail hikes

  • Grand Canyon Village & lookouts at Mather & Yavapai Point

  • Deli lunch & comfortable transportation for hassle-free day

Highlights

  • Visit to the largest & deepest segment of the Grand Canyon

  • Informative stops on historic Route 66

  • Breathtaking canyon & river panoramas on scenic trail hikes

  • Grand Canyon Village & lookouts at Mather & Yavapai Point

  • Deli lunch & comfortable transportation for hassle-free day

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Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour

Activity Location

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Village 86023

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pick up

    3162 West Teco Avenue

    Las Vegas 89118


Description

Explore one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World on a tour of the Grand Canyon that evokes both awe and inspiration. From Las Vegas, traverse the South Rim as you gaze down into the largest and deepest part of the Canyon, hike through spectacular natural landscapes, and enjoy snacks during stops on the fabled Route 66.

Embark on your adventure with hotel pickup and enjoy a light, nutritious breakfast as you cruise through the desert in a comfortable coach. On your way to the South Rim, pull over along Route 66 for a delicious deli lunch before proceeding to the Grand Canyon Visitor Center.

Stretch your legs with a walk along a 2.5-mile (4-km) paved trail from Mather Point to the Grand Canyon Village. Lined with pinyon and juniper pines and featuring epic views of the canyon and the raging Colorado River, this walk warrants several photo stops. Pause with your camera at the railed lookout of Yavapai Point, and then choose to continue on foot or catch a shuttle-bus back to the village for some free time before your journey back to Vegas.


Inclusions

  • Guided bus tour of the Grand Canyon South Rim

  • Admission fees

  • Morning snack and lunch

  • Bottled water

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your Las Vegas hotel via air-conditioned coach

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Know Before You Book

  • Children 1 and younger are complimentary provided they sit on a parent's lap.

  • If you have flights scheduled or show tickets for the same day, you should not take part.

  • Your ride to Grand Canyon National Park from Las Vegas takes approximately 6 hours each way. You will have around 3 hours to explore inside the park.

  • Hotel pickup takes place between 5:45 AM and 6:45 AM. You will receive confirmation of your pick-up time when you call to confirm your reservation.

  • Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.

  • IMPORTANT Tours reserved for dates starting April 1, 2020, will have a USD20pp entrance fee to be paid to Sweetours on the day of their tour.

  • This tour includes the choice of deli lunch. Please contact the tour provider in advance to make a selection from the following: Turkey, Ham, Roast Beef, Vegetarian Sandwiches or a Large Garden Salad as a Vegan alternative.


Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour ratings based on 425 Verified Reviews

Expedia Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

5/5 1 Mar 2020

Long day, but well worth it. Good value for the money. Pick up and drop off at our hotel. Guide was knowledgeable and entertaining.

5/5 27 Feb 2020

Our trip to the south rim took the whole day, but it was well worth it. The Grand Canyon south rim is incredibly beautiful, nothing less than spectacular, and a must see once in a life time. Our bus driver (didn't get his name, the British fellow), did a fantastic job, he is very knowledgable and he did everything to make the trip enjoyable. Here are two successions for improvement: 1. Find a better parking spot at the Hoover dam for photo taking. The "ports potty" toilettes don't cut it, and the view isn' that great. 2. Change the stop in Kingman, that service station is a dirty as a pig stay. The deli counter should be reported to the health inspector.