What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $45 for a five-hour Hoover Dam tour ($71 value)
- $109 for a 14.5-hour tour of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim ($165 value)
- $139 for a 11-hour tour of the Grand Canyon’s West Rim ($177 value)
The Hoover Dam bus tour showcases the one of the world’s largest electric power–generating facility and concrete structures. Groups get an opportunity to see 17 turbine generators on a power-plant tour and visit the Arizona Spillway and Look Out during their two hours at the dam. The tour includes pickup and drop-off for Strip hotels and unlimited bottled water.
On the Grand Canyon bus tour, visitors spend three hours at the national park, exploring the South or West Rim. On an optional 2.5-mile trail walk, South Rim tourists marvel at panoramic views of the canyon as well as the Colorado River and Phantom Ranch. West Rim trips, on the other hand, include an optional helicopter ride and skywalk experience on a glass bridge overlooking the canyon. Along the way, the bus stops at the Hoover Dam and the towns of Williams or Seligman along Route 66. The tour also includes hotel pickup and drop-off, morning snack, lunch, and unlimited bottled water.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 16, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 5 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. 24 hour cancellation notice required. Limited availability for larger parties. Includes pick-up and drop-off at any Strip hotel. Vouchers are valid starting November 1st, 2015. Blackout dates: Dec. 15th, 2015 - Jan. 5th, 2016 Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
The Grand Canyon. The Hoover Dam. Death Valley. The American Southwest is filled with marvels both natural and man-made, and the professional tour guides at Sweetours know all of their secrets. Whether they're venturing onto the Skywalk on the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, exploring the art of hydroelectric power at the Hoover Dam, or gazing at the series of colorful Navajo-sandstone cliffs that make up Zion National Park’s Grand Staircase, tour groups shuttle between their hotels and their eventual destinations via comfortable coaches. At the helm of each trip is a knowledgeable guide capable of answering questions and deflecting circling vultures with a single withering glance.