West Rim Bus Tour

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Starting At: $134

Destination: Grand Canyon West
Leaving from: Las Vegas
Duration: Approximately 12 hours, not including hotel transfers
  • Hotel Pick-up
  • Views of Hoover Dam, Mojave Desert, and Grand Canyon
  • Comfortable Seating, Large Windows
  • Multilingual headset narration available in English, Spanish, French, Japanese, and Mandarin
  • Onboard Restrooms
  • Onboard Video
  • Meal
  • Multiple Grand Canyon Viewpoints

Please note, the stop for views of the Hoover Dam can be before or after the Grand Canyon experience.

Tour Duration

Approximately 12 hours

Drive Time

Approximately 3 hours each way

Time spent at Grand Canyon

Approximately 4 hours

Hotel Pick-Up

Guests have complimentary pick-up from most major hotels in Las Vegas


Guests depart the depot for Grand Canyon West Rim

Hoover Dam

Photo opportunities of Hoover Dam from the memorial bypass bridge

Joshua Tree Forest

Travel through the Joshua Tree Forest which has been dated at 900 years old

Arrive at Grand Canyon West

Guests are then transferred to the 'Rim Shuttle System'

Eagle Point

Located here is a uniquely shaped eagle-like rock formation which is how this point was named. Explore the canyon views and see replicas of tribe dwellings at the Indian Cultural Village.

Guano Point

Guano Point provides an incredible viewpoint extending far out into the canyon, offering visitors nearly 360 degrees of canyon view.


Lunch can be enjoyed right on the canyon's edge at either one of the stops


Return to your Las Vegas hotel

Come enjoy one of the finest views of the mighty Grand Canyon on our West Rim Bus Tour, which combines desert southwest scenery and history in one unforgettable day. Shuttle service is provided from your hotel to our bus depot, where we’ll whisk you away in a luxury motorcoach through the sublime Mojave Desert. You can take a postcard-perfect shot of Hoover Dam from the O’Callaghan-Tillman Bridge before journeying to Grand Canyon West, situated in the tribal lands of the Hualapai Native Americans.

Along the way you’ll marvel at open forests of the evocative Joshua tree, the wild-looking yucca plant of the Mojave Desert. The Hualapai — known as “the People of the Tall Pines” — have lived proudly beside the Grand Canyon for centuries. You’ll have an unparalleled introduction to their culture at Grand Canyon West. From the examples of traditional indigenous dwellings to cultural dance performances at the Indian Village, there is so much available to educate and entertain.

Of course, there are the panoramic views. Eagle Point, which is home to the Skywalk glass bridge, allows you to gaze upon one of the world's most famous landmarks while standing as close to the canyon rim as possible. You can also enjoy the canyon landscape from any of the tables at the well-known Guano Point BBQ cafe. After four hours of adventure and jaw-dropping vistas, we’ll return you to your hotel in Las Vegas.

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