Grand Canyon bus tours can add an exciting twist to your Vegas vacation

An excursion to the Grand Canyon is an exciting twist on any Las Vegas vacation, and bus tours give you a great way to experience this glorious region. More than five million people are drawn to the National Park each year, and many do not want to fly or are on a limited budget. Fortunately, these travelers can take one of the many coach trips available.

The gorgeous Vegas Strip is the starting point for most Grand Canyon motorcycle trainer tournaments. Typically, they provide complimentary drop-off and drop-off service to travelers staying at Vegas Strip hotels. This is a frightening risk because traffic can get bad in Vegas and letting another person drive can prevent a lot of stress. Don't worry if your hotel is not on the Strip – you can always take a taxi to the designated pickup spot.

You will see some amazing sights during your Grand Canyon coach tour. The nearest rim to Las Vegas is the West Rim, about 120 miles away. There you will have great views of the Colorado River, Eagle Point and Guano Point, among other highlights. The Grand Canyon Skywalk ("Glass Bridge") is also in the West Rim and gives canyon visitors the opportunity to walk 70 meters beyond the edge. If you want to experience this unique thrill, add a Skywalk pass to your tour package. You save money by including your pass on your tour instead of buying it after you arrive at the park.

Grand Canyon coaches can also take you to Rim South, more than 275 miles from Vegas. The promotion lasts 5 hours each way, but time spent well spent. You will see the same views of Hoover Dam and Lake Mead that you will see on a West Rim tour, but then you will head for the Kaibab Plateau of Northern Arizona. Once you reach the park, you will see the Grand Canyon Village (location of Tovar Hotel and Bright Angel Lodge) along with some key requirements like Mather Point.

Personally, I think one of the best things about Grand Canyon bus tours is that they are all-inclusive – they include everything you need to really enjoy the experience. In addition to the Strip hotel pickup and stop service I mentioned earlier, your bus tour will include lunch. If you better eat at one of the West or South Rim restaurants or snack bars, the prices are reasonable.

Your tour will last throughout the day, no matter which edge you visit. The drive from Las Vegas to West Rim takes 2. Hours. At Rim South, the drive is 5 ½ hours and you will not return to the Strip until 9:00. Don't make any shows or dinner reservations for that evening. You will be too tired to do much even if you go back in time. Believe me – you'll sleep like a rock after this trip!

The Grand Canyon coaches give you a great way to see the canyon with your friends and family. Buyers are only in 6th place and 19th aircraft, but you probably didn't know everyone on the plane. Grand Canyon coaches are different – they can handle large groups of people traveling together. They are also comfortable. These are luxurious motor coaches with wrap seats, personal climate controls, plasma TVs, food trays and an onboard spa. If that sounds good, I & # 39; will see you in the car from Vegas to the canyon, because bus rides are the way to go!