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From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim Full-Day Tour

1. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon South Rim Full-Day Tour

Visit Grand Canyon National Park where you can relax, hike the trails, explore the beautiful surroundings, and take in breathtaking views from the South Rim. You’ll have a full 3 hours at the Park. When you arrive at the Visitor's Center you’ll have the option of walking along the 2.5 mile paved trail leading to Mather Point and Grand Canyon Village. From these locations you can enjoy panoramic views of the Canyon, the Phantom Ranch, and the Colorado River. Along the trail you’ll enjoy the breezes that pass through the pinion and juniper pines. You can walk out to the railed rim and view the majestic beauty of one of the 7 Wonders of the World. If you like, you can continue hiking along the rim, finishing up at either Grand Canyon Village or Yavapai Point. Another option is to simply hop on the shuttle bus and head back to Grand Canyon Village! Your tour includes a nutritious breakfast and bottled water, in addition to a box lunch to enjoy at your leisure. The picnic-style box lunch includes a choice of a roast beef, ham, turkey, or vegetarian sandwich.

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What people are saying about Phantom Ranch

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 78 reviews

Such a great day trip! Lorena and Melissa were wonderful drivers who kept us entertained throughout the long drive. I wish I could have had a longer time period to spend at the Canyon but I have more incentive to return at a later date.

The tour was a bit long, but it was worth it and the guide was always very friendly and enthusiastic. They also gave us breakfast and lunch (both complete) and returned us to our hotel as indicated by the tour.

Long day of travel but worth it. Bus makes plenty of stops and you get to see Hoover Damn and RT 66. The 3 hours at the Canyon is plenty of time to see what you want and also take a hike around part of the rim.

Something everyone should do once.

Great tour. Wally was our bus driver and guide. It does make for a long day but I don’t regret it one bit.

Or tour guide was great! It was along day but so worth it to see the Grand Canyon for the first time.