- Most Popular Tour!
Visit and experience the Hoover Dam from Las Vegas without wasting a whole day! Nearly 7 million people visit the Hoover Dam every year, making it the most visited dam in the world!
The Grand Canyon is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. It is a bucket-list trip for people from around the world. Once you visit the Grand Canyon you will forever be a part of it. It is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Nearly two billion years of Earth’s geological history have been exposed as the Colorado River and its tributaries cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau was uplifted.
This is a small group tour, to ensure your comfort and make sure you have a personal and enjoyable trip, which is our top priority.
Elevate your experience by adding an optional Skywalk, available at Grand Canyon West. Not included during the tour, but is available with an additional upgrade.
The drive from Las Vegas is about 2 ½ hours with a stop about halfway to stretch. Our drive will take us through a beautiful Joshua Tree Forest where we will stop for a photo opportunity of the Joshua Trees as well as the Grand Wash Cliffs.
Once we arrive at the Canyon we will check in and have a few moments to find that perfect souvenir.
From there our Grand Canyon journey begins with several stops where we will experience breathtaking views, amazing hikes, and unforgettable photos.
First stop – Eagle Point
Enjoy unparalleled views of one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders await you at Eagle Point. This may be some of your finest photography.
Home of the world-famous Skywalk bridge (Optional)
This breathtaking 10-foot wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extends 70 feet out over the rim of the Grand Canyon, giving you a clear view 4,000 feet to the Canyon floor below. There’s simply no thrill like stepping out on glass thousands of feet in the air, yet there’s no need to be nervous — Skywalk is strong enough to hold seventy fully loaded 747 passenger jets.
Authentic Native American Village
For a glimpse at local and regional tribal heritage and traditions, take a stroll through Eagle Point’s authentic Native American Village. Stroll along the path lined with traditionally built housing, ovens and sweat lodges and be amazed at the unique architecture, style and functionality of each structure and feature. As you explore the grounds, imagine a simpler time when Hualapai, Navajo, Plains, Hopi, Havasupai and other Native American tribes roamed the lands.
After you’ve worked up an appetite, we’ll stop by the Sky View Restaurant where you can savor American favorites while enjoying the 360-degree views of the Grand Canyon.
Next stop – Guano Point
One of the most dramatic viewpoints of the Grand Canyon, this location is anything but a quick stop. Take the “Highpoint Hike” for stunning, 360-degree views of the Canyon. Be careful because there are no railings. Visit the remnants of a historic tram that once stretched 8,800 feet across the canyon to a guano mine.
If you are feeling adventurous you may want to climb the Anthill, a small mountain perched at the tip of Guano Point. The view from the top cannot be beat!
At the end of your unforgettable Grand Canyon experience you simply sit back and enjoy the ride back as we head for Hoover Dam.
We will drive across the top of the Dam to the Arizona side to various viewpoints where will stop for photo opportunities.
Hoover Dam, a National Historic Landmark, is the highest concrete dam in the Western Hemisphere, standing at more than 725 feet above the Colorado River. With 17 generators producing 4 billion kilowatts of electricity a year, it’s also one of the country’s largest hydroelectric power facilities. Operation and maintenance of the facility are solely supported by revenue from power sales.
Mike O’Callaghan Pat / Tillman Memorial Bridge
We will park and walk up to the bridge where you will enjoy a bird’s eye view of the Dam from almost 1,000 ft above the Colorado River.
Completed in October 2010, the Mike O’ Callaghan – Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge offers spectacular views that were once only available by helicopter. Visitors have access to drive across the bridge and see the dam from a high vantage point. Located about 1,500 feet south of the Hoover Dam, the walkway on the bridge is approximately 900 feet above the Colorado River.
At the end of your incredible day of adventure you simply sit back and relax as we drive you back to your hotel.