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If in Las Vegas, Then Take a Grand Canyon Coach Ride
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By: Susan Bissonnette Email Article
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Arizona is home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders in the World, the Grand Canyon. Millions of people travel there every year to behold the beautiful work of nature. The best way to visit the canyon is to go on a fun tour like a bus tour out of Vegas. Prices for the tours vary so you can find one that fits your budget.

Coach trips that depart from Las Vegas are very popular with vacationers. Some take travelers to the West Rim, while others visit the South. The North Rim is virtually inaccessible during winter. The South and West Rims are open all year though and offer plenty of fun things to do.

In case you don't know, the Grand Canyon is huge at 18 miles wide, one mile deep, and 277 miles long. It's also incredibly ancient, having been carved out of solid rock by the Colorado River over millions of years.

Bus tour participants get to see Lake Mead and Hoover Dam on the outbound leg from Las Vegas to the canyon. When the bus gets to the canyon, the passengers can get out and explore the area on foot. Check with the tour operator if you have any questions about timing or other issues relating to a Grand Canyon bus tour.

South Rim Trips

You can take in the amazing scenery at the South Rim on a bike, mule, or by foot. Lodges, hotels and campgrounds are available for people who wish to stay overnight, and there are plenty of restaurants, shops and other facilities at Grand Canyon Village. Catching the glorious sunsets from lookout areas like Yaki or Mojave Point is always a favorite with travelers because they provide some of the most spectacular views at this rim.

Bus Tours To The West Rim

The West Rim has plenty of beautiful sights too. As you're strolling along the rim you'll be able to see the Colorado River as a silvery ribbon far below. Two lookout points you don't want to miss at the West Rim are Guano Point and Eagle Point. The Grand Canyon Skywalk (the "glass bridge") and Hualapai Ranch are two of the West Rim's other popular attractions with passengers on motorcoach tours.

No matter which rim you visit, you'll see the canyon in all of its magnificent natural glory. Several tour companies operate Grand Canyon bus tours which originate in Las Vegas. So before you book a tour, be sure you read the terms and conditions so you understand all the fine details about the tour before you buy. Also, it is a good idea to learn what you can about the Grand Canyon itself so you have a better idea of the kind of tour you want to take. The basic tour takes you to the canyon and then you buy upgrades for the activities you want to enjoy such as taking a hiking trip, riding on a helicopter all the way down to the canyon floor, and walking out on the glass bridge above the canyon.

The Grand Canyon is truly magnificent, which explains why a trip to this National Park is on so many people's bucket lists. All it takes to have a fantastic time is choose the right tour operator and the tour that allows you to do the activities that excite you most.

The writer strongly endorses these Grand Canyon bus tour companies in addition to these promotions that make coach trips more cost-effective

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