Articles on the Grand Canyon
Bus tours from Las Vegas are an outstanding way to visit the Grand Canyon. En route, your two main sources of information is your bus-driver guide and pre-recorded tour narration. To fill in the gaps, I recommend reading any of the articles below.
- Prices - Las Vegas to Grand Canyon
There's a Grand Canyon bus tour from Las Vegas for everyone! Coach trips are extremely versatile and can be upgraded to include Grand Canyon Skywalk tickets, helicopter flights, boat rides and more. Here are latest prices...
- Grand Canyon Bus Tour Coupons
Guess what? The most economical way to visit the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas just got cheaper! Bus tours, in my opinion, are already a steal. But when you combine them with coupons that knock down the price by an additional 30%, these trips become an absolute must-do...
- Best Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tours
If you are looking for a Grand Canyon tour that's a total steal, take a bus trip. These tours depart Las Vegas every day of the year and check out not only the Grand Canyon but also every major landmark and point of interest between Sin City and the National Park! Bus tours go to the West Rim or the South Rim (there are no trips that combine both because of time-constraints)...
- Best Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tours
More and more people are discovering the Grand Canyon South Rim bus tour from Vegas. The attraction? Value! This tour comes with some much to see and do that at its nearly a giveaway at its current price. Prices for this tour average about $80 person. I don't see it changing anytime soon. Why? Because there's so much...
- Best Grand Canyon Bus Tours
If you are looking for a Grand Canyon tour that's a total steal, take a bus trip. These tours depart Las Vegas every day of the year and check out not only the Grand Canyon but also every major landmark and point of interest between Sin City and the National Park...
- Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tours From Las Vegas
Ready for a day full of adventure? Then definitely consider taking a Grand Canyon bus tour to the West Rim. Located 120 miles away from Las Vegas, this rim is loaded with things to do and see. Moreover, it's the only place in the National Park where you can ride a helicopter to the bottom...
- Premium Grand Canyon Bus Tours
Prefer a more personalized Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas? Try a custom bus trip. Perfect for small groups, premium bus packages have limited seating, which makes them more efficient, intimate and comfortable...
- A Brief Introduction To The Colorado River
The Colorado River is considered as one of those water systems that are the most important in all of the United States. It drains watersheds (approximately 242,000 square miles worth!) from seven different states and is divided into two key districts: the Upper Basin (Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico) and the Lower Basin (California, Arizona and Nevada).
- Grand Canyon National Park: A Great Destination
If you are scratching your head trying to figure out a vacation destination for you and your family, how about Grand Canyon National Park? It's a stunning place with beautiful scenery punctuated by mountains and ethereal peaks. The Park is situated in Arizona USA. The internationally famous region covers over 1,218,375 hectares (more than a million acres). It attracts millions of visitors each year. You can also see its magnificence from the seat of your car.
- Historic Grand Canyon Village is the Heart of the National Park
Everyone loves going on a vacation, as this is a time that can be fun and enjoyable for the entire family. One fine place to spend a vacation that has become quite popular is the Grand Canyon. And, if you make it up this way, it's almost assured that you'll spend time in Grand Canyon Village.
- Visiting Grand Canyon West
Grand Canyon West is a top tourist attraction area to visit. The area has a lot of spectacular views, which would impress any holiday goer. You need to research and collect as much information about the area as possible in order to make your visit a success. It is important to collect as much information first before going off on your journey.
- Understanding Grand Canyon Weather Vital to Trip Planning
Traveling to see the natural beauty present any of the U.S. National Parks can be difficult at times. This is when it behooves visitors to familiarize themselves with the different kinds of weather found at the Parks, particularly at the Grand Canyon. Gain this knowledge and discover the best times to visit the canyon.
- General Information About the Hoover Dam
The Hoover Dam is a massive concrete dam that is located on the Colorado River. Construction on the iconic structure began in 1931 and was finished in late 1935 and, although it was commissioned by President Roosevelt, it was named after Herbert Hoover. Its presence led to the formation of Lake Mead and currently serves the country as one of the largest sources of hydroelectric power. Thanks to its location near Las Vegas and its unique architectural style, the dam is also an extremely popular tourist destination.