A guided tour is one of the best ways to acquaint yourself with a new city, second only to proclaiming yourself its king and observing the types of local produce that get tossed at you. Hit the ground running with this Groupon.
$89 for a Grand Canyon South-Rim Bus Tour ($179.99 Value)
The full-day tour begins when a professional driver picks up participants at their hotel amid the bright lights of Las Vegas and then heads toward the vast, colorful landscape of the Grand Canyon. The air-conditioned coach shuttles passengers across the Pat Tillman-Mike O’Callahan Bridge and Lake Mead, stopping first in Kingman and Williams, Arizona—home to the Grand Canyon Railway and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Riders munch on included lunches before reboarding the bus and traveling to Grand Canyon National Park. Tours stop at the visitors' center and then continue on to the deepest (Mather Point) and widest parts (Yavapai Point) of the canyon and the destination with the most panoramic views (Bright Angel Point). At the end of the day, the bus returns patrons to Las Vegas, but not before a stop in Kingman to stretch and snack. Tours end as the bus drops tourists off at their hotel and immediately turns back into a pumpkin full of poker chips.
89% of 3,713 customers recommend
“Angela was a fabulous tour guide. Leave plenty of time in your schedule, as it was 7 hours from the time we left the hotel until our return. But well worth it!”
“Jackie, our driver was excellent and entertaining. She answered questions and added a lot of interesting facts about the land on the way to Hoover Dam.”
“The bus coaches are nice. The drivers were very informative. I've traveled on tours before and this was one of the best. Make sure that you bring your phone chargers...”
“The bus coaches are nice. The drivers were very informative. I've traveled on tours before and this was one of the best. Make sure that you bring your phone chargers as there are chargers on the bus. There are a few stops before arriving to the Grand Canyon and one even included lunch. Make sure that you eat prior to arriving to the Canyon because you won't stop again until later that night and that's at McDonald's or bringing snacks could help as well. We had a blast on the trip and even recommended it to some people staying at our resort.”