Grand Canyon West Rim
DEPARTS Las Vegas, NV
Vegas to the Grand Canyon Tour
- Get picked up at your hotel in a custom-built Pink Adventure Tour Trekker vehicle
- We take care of lunch, parking and admission fees so you can focus on your day of fun
- Pass by Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the United States
- Journey through a Joshua Tree forest, one of the most iconic plants in the Mohave Desert
- Arrive at the visitor center in the Grand Canyon, home to a Hualapai village
- Experience the Skywalk, a glass bridge that stretches 70 feet from the rim (added fee of $25)
- Visit Guano Point, one of the most stunning viewpoints at the Grand Canyon
- Stop at the Hoover Dam for a quick photo op on the way back to Las Vegas
- This tour is not appropriate for children under three years old
- We can accommodate collapsible wheelchairs with an accompanying adult
A trip to the Grand Canyon is simply incomparable, and our Grand Canyon West Rim Classic Tour ensures you will enjoy an authentic experience at this natural wonder. Plus, plenty of Southwest sights on the journey there and back. Our knowledgeable Certified Interpretive Tour Guides and custom Tour Trekker will make this one journey you’ll never forget.
To start, we’ll pick you up at your hotel and give you a comfortable ride with unobstructed views during the drive to Eagle Point. Along the way, you’ll see Lake Mead; as the largest man-made reservoir in the country, it contains enough water to flood the entire state of New York. You’ll also travel through a Joshua Tree forest that is unique to the Mojave Desert.
Eagle Point is home to the Hualapai Village, a native Arizona tribe whose ancestors date back to A.D. 600. Upon your arrival, you will be treated with a barbecue lunch with vegetarian options. Eagle Point is also home to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass and steel structure that extends 70 feet out over the rim and gives you views of the canyon floor over 4,000 feet below. It’s an experience that will make you feel like you’re walking on air. Skywalk admission is an additional $25 and can be purchased at the canyon.
Guano Point is another highlight of this tour. Walk out to the edge of the point for nearly 360-degree views. The natural bat cave located here was the location of a climactic scene in the film “Edge of Eternity” (Columbia Pictures, 1959). See if you can spot parts of the historic tram that stretched across the canyon to a guano mine.
After your time at the canyon, you’ll head back to Las Vegas. A quick stop for a photo op at the iconic Hoover Dam will showcase this concrete architectural wonder that holds back the waters of Lake Mead. The Hoover Dam is a National Historic Landmark.
There’s much to see and do during our Grand Canyon West Rim Classic Tour, but we’ll make sure you catch all the best sights. A combination of history and stunning beauty makes this journey unforgettable.
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Following are real guest reviews, voluntarily submitted and unedited.
The tour was comfortable and informative
Chris was a great guide. He made sure our needs were met. He called each passenger by name all day.
Brilliant day trip
Very informative with a relaxed feeling. Our guide was fantastic
Well ,your Pink Jeep tours have been our choice since our very first experience. We prefer the small group atmosphere, greater flexibility, comfort and your guides- are knowledgable characters! Always an educational and fun day! Thank you!
The tour would have been a great experience had we not been forced to have people going on a similar tour that include a helicopter & boat ride. As a result we along with other passengers were forced to wait around while the others took their tour. It felt like we were on their tour and not the tour we were promised. Our tour length was longer than originally advertised because of this.
Jeffrey John, 2019
We were very pleased with Chris. We took our Grand Canyon tour early in the week. Later in the week we found out that the elevators were not working in the Hoover Dam so we cancelled our Hoover Dam Tour. That is really what you go for is the inside workings of the dam tour. With Chris as our guide on the Grand Canyon Tour & the restroom stop at the dam on the way to the Canyon, Chris gave what we felt was a very good description of the dam, the construction history of the dam, and other related history to the dam.
Wonderful! Chris was fantastic, very knowledgeable, helpful and entertaining.
The ride was so comfortable and our guide was very knowledgeable about all the history. We were very happy with the service this tour company provided. Will highly recommend.