Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim by Bus
Take the bus to the Grand Canyon's West Rim
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From Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim, hop aboard our relaxing, trustworthy, and air-conditioned Gray Line motor coach. With panoramic views of the breathtaking canyon, we will stop at Eagle Point, Guano Point, and the Hualapai Ranch to give you the best experience possible. Visiting the West Rim of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas is a cant-miss opportunity!
Our guide to Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim by By Bus
Get ready for a styled Wild West adventure, heading to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas!
En route, sit back, and relax in true luxury on board our luxurious motor coaches equipped with large vista windows that offer panoramic views and the best sightseeing experience.
Listen to your friendly & knowledgeable guide that will provide expert narration as you travel from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim through the ancient Joshua Tree Forest for approximately 4 hours of sightseeing.
Pass by Diamond Bar Ranch Located some 50 miles as the crow flies northeast of Kingman, Arizona, between the Grand Canyon and the second-largest Joshua Tree forest in the state, this historic ranch has changed hands numerous times in the last couple of decades and still boasts an area of around 106,000 thousand acres (42896 hectares), yet at its peak, the ranch encompassed 1.45 million acres.
At the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, visit the Hualapai Indian Country and take advantage of the many photo opportunities with your hosts, the Hualapai Indians. Experience the ancient geological rock formations of the Grand Canyon from Guano Point. As you take in the sights and sounds of your surroundings, be prepared to be awestruck by the views from this truly unique lookout point. Meet Hualapai Indians in full tribal dress performing the traditional dance (subject to availability).
Visit Guano Point, Guano Point is a pyramid point made of rock. Those willing to expend a bit of effort and climb/hike to the top of the rock pile on the promontory point are rewarded with an amazing 360-degree view of the Colorado River snaking its way through the bottom of the Canyon. At Guano Point, there are remnants of a historic tram that stretched 8,800 feet across the canyon to a guano mine.
Visit Eagle point, as lifelike as its name, this point has been shaped over millions of years to resemble a majestic Eagle with its wings spread across the Canyon walls. Dine at the newly opened Skywalk Cafe overlooking the Grand Canyon for a truly unique lunch experience. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Grand Canyon from Eagle Point, where you can experience the latest attraction – the Grand Canyon Skywalk (tickets for this attraction are optional).
Learn about the history and geology of the Grand Canyon from your hosts, the Hualapai Indians.
After approximately 4 hours at the West Rim, we’ll return you to your Las Vegas hotel safe and sound – there's no better way to spend your day!
Daily, year round.
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim by Bus
- This tour is only available from Las Vegas.
- Advanced reservations are required. Please select your preferred date at the time of booking.
- If a motor coach with a lift is required, we must have a 72-hour prior notification to the date of travel all buses with lift equipment are subject to availability.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off are available from all hotels located around the ‘Strip’ and Downtown areas of Las Vegas.
- Wear sensible shoes and don't forget your camera!
- CANCELLATION POLICY: Free cancellations for bookings canceled with the operator up to 72 hours before your chosen activity date. No refunds are given for cancellations made within 72 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions for Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon West Rim by Bus
- What should I bring?
Layered clothing is recommended through the months of March to September, and winter clothing should be worn from October to mid-March. The ground at the Grand Canyon is rough, rocky, and uneven, thus it is important to wear sturdy, toe-covering shoes that can handle rough terrain. Sneakers or hiking boots are highly recommended. Don’t forget your camera! Cameras and phones are allowed and encouraged but please be aware that the use of "Selfie Sticks" and extending camera poles is strictly prohibited in and around the aircraft. Finally, all passengers booked on this tour must have government-issued forms of identification.