Turn your motorcoach trip to the Grand Canyon National Park into a ground tour you'll never forget when you upgrade to include a Hummer excursion! After your roadtrip from Las Vegas to the South Rim you'll arrive at the park and board a custom Hummer vehicle and travel to the best sights in the area.
Departure: Las Vegas
Destination: Grand Canyon National Park
Duration: 14 - 14 Hours
Transportation: Bus | Hummer
Upgrades Available: One
Make your Grand Canyon dream a reality on the Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour! Start with complimentary hotel transfers to the nearby bus depot, then sit back for the scenic journey to Grand Canyon National Park in a luxury motorcoach. Enjoy air-conditioning, restrooms, panoramic windows perfect for photography, as well as television monitors in your vehicle.
At the Grand Canyon National Park, you'll grab a meal at the National Geographic Visitor's Center to fuel up before setting off on a thrilling Hummer tour. Each open-air Hummer is customized with stadium seating and an open-air roof to offer an extraordinary sightseeing experience. You'll be taken to several incredible viewpoints, some of which may include Duck on a Rock, Yavapai Point, and Moran Point. This daylong excursion concludes with an equally scenic drive back to Las Vegas, where you will be returned to your hotel.
Approximately 14 hours, not including hotel transfers
Approximately 5.5 hours each way
Time Spent at the Grand Canyon
Approximately 2 hours
Guests are picked up from most major hotels in Las Vegas approximately 1-1.5 hours before departure.
Check in at the bus depot and board an air-conditioned motorcoach for an immediate departure to the Grand Canyon National Park.
Arrive at the National Geographic Visitor Center to enjoy a meal.
Grand Canyon National Park
Tour the Grand Canyon National Park in a Hummer specifically designed for sightseeing and learn about its creation and history. Stop at some of the most popular observation points to capture amazing views of the canyon.
Return to the motorcoach for transfers back to Las Vegas.