WHY YOU SHOULD GO
Want to experience the glass Skywalk at the Grand Canyon? Take in the sights at 4,000 feet above the Canyon floor! Explore the Grand Canyon for 4 hours and see Native American cultural performances. Hotel pick-up and drop-off service included. Experience the Grand Canyon Tour in your own native language, narration provided in; English, French, Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish
Grand Canyon West By Luxury Limo Van w/Skywalk Highlights
- NEW ** 2018 ** Tours are now Narrated in; English, French, Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish all on departures!
- Walk The Sky! Experience The Grand Canyon Skywalk At 4,000 Feet Above The Canyon Floor
- Lunch Overlooking The Grand Canyon
- Eagle Point & Guano Point Included
- Exclusive 4 Hours At The Grand Canyon West Rim
- Drive Through The 900-Year-Old Joshua Tree Forrest
- Luxurious, Air-Conditioned Mercedes Sprinter With Panoramic Windows
- Photo Stop Of The Hoover Dam
Grand Canyon West By Luxury Limo Van w/Skywalk Inclusions
- Skywalk Tickets Included
- Pick-Up Is Available At Most Hotels On The Las Vegas Strip Or Downtown
- See Native American Cultural Performances
- 4 Hours To Explore The Grand Canyon
- Mercedes Sprinter Is Not Wheelchair Accesible
- Service Dogs Are Allowed To Travel With The Correct And Current Paperwork, Small Oxygen Tanks Are Allowed
- Cameras And Most Personal Items Are Not Allowed On The Skywalk - Lockers Available On Site To Store Such Items
The following items are prohibited on our Mercedes Sprinter tours due to security restrictions at the Hoover Dam: luggage, large backpacks, suitcases, briefcases, coolers, and alcohol. If an item has not been listed, please verify with your reservations agent prior to booking.
Get ready for a wild west adventure at the Grand Canyon west rim! En route to the Grand Canyon west rim from Las Vegas, sit back and relax in true luxury onboard our luxurious Mercedes sprinter, television monitor, reclining seats, footrests, and large vista windows for the best sight-seeing experience. Your tour will begin with a photo stop of the Hoover Dam taken from the amazing O’Callaghan Tillman bridge, with enough time to enjoy the majesty of this engineering masterpiece and take some photos.
Listen to your friendly & knowledgeable audio guide offer expert narration as you travel from Las Vegas through the ancient Joshua tree forest en route to the west rim of the Grand Canyon for approximately 4 hours of sightseeing.
At the Grand Canyon west rim, visit the Hualapai Indian country and take advantage of the many photo opportunities with your hosts, the Hualapai Indians. Experience the ancient geological rock formations of the Grand Canyon from guano point. As you take in the sights and sounds of your surroundings, be prepared to be awestruck by the views from this truly unique lookout point. Meet Hualapai Indians in full tribal dress performing the traditional dance (subject to availability).
Visit eagle point, as lifelike as its name, that has been shaped over thousands of years. Dine at the newly opened skywalk cafe overlooking the Grand Canyon for a truly unique lunch experience. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Grand Canyon from eagle point, where you can experience the latest attraction – the Grand Canyon Skywalk (tickets for this attraction are optional). After these two amazing lookout points, head on down to the Hualapai ranch and take in a wild west show with old west gunfights! (subject to availability.)
Learn about the history and geology of the Grand Canyons from your hosts, the Hualapai Indians.
After approximately 4 hours at the west rim, we’ll return you to your Las Vegas hotel safe and sound – there's no better way to spend your day!
About Grand Canyon West Rim
Grand Canyon West and the Grand Canyon Skywalk are the closest, most accessible portion of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, Nevada. The Glass Skywalk, which is sometimes called the glass skybridge, glass walkway, glass balcony, and glass floor, has become the main attraction at Grand Canyon West. Due to it’s proximity to Las Vegas and the Skywalk, Grand Canyon West has become the 2nd most visited location at the Grand Canyon. Experiencing over 1 million visitors annually now.
Grand Canyon West is located on the Hualapai Indian Tribal Lands and is NOT a part of Grand Canyon National Park. However, this is the Grand Canyon regardless of whose lands it is administered or protected by.
The Skywalk at Grand Canyon West has become a highly sought after experience at the Grand Canyon. While walking on the Skywalk, which juts 70 feet out over the Grand Canyon, you can look down and see ……nothing – nothing but air between you and the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Until recently, a sensation like this could only be experienced in dreams.