Gray Line tours make for majestic adventures
Las Vegas is more than just exploring grand-scale hotels, dining at lavish restaurants and rubbing elbows with celebrities at some of the most popping nightclubs in town. Tap into your adventurous side while experiencing Mother Nature at her finest with a round-trip tour from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and many other unique destinations offered through Gray Line.
Travel in style and comfort by motor coach or a luxury Mercedes Sprinter limo van to one of the most majestic places in the world: the Grand Canyon. While enjoying a Grand Canyon West Rim or South Rim tour, hear historic tidbits and fun facts from your tour guide (who does double duty as your driver). Pass through Boulder City (more than 20 miles southeast of Las Vegas) and see sights like Railroad Pass Casino, Hoover Dam Lodge and other parts of the city before arriving at your first stop—the iconic Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. Climb to the top of the stairs and walk to the center of the bridge for breathtaking views of the Hoover Dam below.
On the West Rim tour, retreat to Guano Point and Eagle Point to take advantage of wonderful vistas of the canyon. Then shop for Native American keepsakes at the gift shop, enjoy dance performances by Hualapai Indians, and take in the sights from the glass-bottomed Skywalk (additional fee)—one of the most popular options at the West Rim. On the South Rim tour, get ready to “ooh” and “aah” over the extinct volcano Fortification Hill, which happens to overlook Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. Stop at places like Bright Angel Lodge, Mather Point and Yavapai Point for photo opportunities, dine at the National Geographic Visitor’s Center for lunch and watch an IMAX film (naturally!) about the Grand Canyon.
Pique your interest with a variety of other Gray Line sightseeing tour options, including a Hoover Dam half-day tour with guided access, a Hoover Dam and Lake Mead combo tour and evening Lake Mead dinner cruise on select nights. One thing to make note of is that you can enhance your Grand Canyon or Hoover Dam experience with skydiving, river rafting and helicopter excursions.
But why stop there? Journey to the Valley of Fire, Nevada’s oldest state park, visit Red Rock Canyon, zipline through and beyond Bootleg Canyon, fly through the sky on a helicopter night tour of Las Vegas, head out to Laughlin for the day on a casino gaming tour or prepare for the ride of your life on the only ATV tour that takes you through Lake Mead National Park to the Colorado River. Make plans to return to Las Vegas during the winter season for Gray Line’s signature multiday tour with stops at the Grand Canyon South Rim, Monument Valley and Zion National Park.
If you can imagine it, odds are Gray Line can make it happen.
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