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Grand Canyon National Park Bus Tour

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Explore the natural side of Arizona with a day trip to the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim on our luxury bus tour. Your professional bus driver is trained to provide you with interesting facts about the history, flora, and fauna on one of the great wonders of the modern world.<br><br>Join us for a journey to the Grand Canyon South Rim! Along the drive to the canyon, you will get to stop along historic Route 66 to see the Grand Canyon Caverns. These 100 year old natural caverns provide an amazing tour experience all on their own. <br><br>Once you arrive at the South Rim, enjoy stops along the rim such as Mather Point and Bright Angel Lodge. Explore popular attractions in the Grand Canyon National Park such as El Tovar, Hopi House, Kolb Photo Studio, and the Bright Angel Trail and make memories of a lifetime!
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Timi H wrote a review Oct 21
Chesterfield, Virginia18 contributions10 helpful votes
We rented a car and drove from Las Vegas to visit this majestic place. Only about 2 1/2 hours drive from Vegas. Was a very beautiful ride . Words can't describe how beautiful it is. The employees were very great and answered our questions. Gave us a life lessons . Cars aren't allowed but there are shuttle buses . There's so much that I can say about the Grand Canyon but time and space won't allow me. I think everyone should visit . The West Rim is only a small part of it.There's places you can eat and sit outside.What a wonderful way to relax ,mediate or even propose . We witnessed one. If you can go visit Grand Canyon ; please go.
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Date of experience: October 2020
carolyn s wrote a review Oct 7
2 contributions1 helpful vote
My family and I were at Grand Canyon West. We rented a car and drove ourselves from Las Vegas. When we arrived it was like visiting a ghost town. Hard to find any employees to talk to and when we encountered an employee we were greeted with a condescending and down right disrespectful attitudes. Our visit became worse from there. We waited for 10-15 mins. for someone to sell us tickets for a Skywalk. We move up to get our tickets scanned and we were greeted by a woman who was busy playing on her phone. She looked up ' saw us standing in front of her and she continued to play on her phone while she laughed. By this time after no one to consult with; disrespect, fowl language, van ride, waiting for tickets and this employee on the phone; I had enough. I asked for a refund and just wanted to go home; she said "there were no refunds". I ask to speak to a manager; low and behold I was talking to the Photographer Supervisor/Skywalk Manager ( she so boldly exclaimed ) "that's are rules and we don't give refunds"! This woman I think her name was Rachel should not even have a job much less be in management. Is this a joke? or a nightmare ? We walked out and were able to receive a refund from the white domed building where we purchased our tickets. I told the concierge at our hotel about our experience she said "those are the stories we have been getting from all of our guests" she "could not remember the last time someone had said something positive about there experience at GCW".
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from GrandCanyonSkywalk, Marketing Specialist at Grand Canyon West
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Y3988QIcarolyns, We sincerely apologize for your experience at Grand Canyon West. We strive to provide the best experiences for all guests and that includes our customer service provided. This is unacceptable on part of our employees. Please email us at marketing@grandcanyonresort.com as we'd like to speak with you further regarding your experience.
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firemanJ3 wrote a review Sep 2020
Elkins, West Virginia25 contributions6 helpful votes
This was my wife and I’s 4th trip to Vegas, however we had 3 other couples with us for their first time. I always thought I flew over the Grand Canyon on the way into Vegas, that was good enough for me. Was I ever wrong. This place was worth the drive, and worth every penny. There are breathtaking views that you simply can no describe. You can get as close to the edge as you would like. The skywalk was also a great experience. I loved every minute of it. At the other bus stop, there is a huge hill of rocks that you can climb up for a 360 degree view. Again, at first I was skeptical at the price, but in the end, it was worth twice what we paid for the experience!
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Date of experience: September 2020
Debbie S. wrote a review Sep 2020
Riverside, California16 contributions6 helpful votes
It was a long drive from Kingman, but worth it! After one parks the car, you go into the white tent to buy your tickets. A bit pricey. $39 each. Mandatory in order to also get a ticket ($20) for the Skywalk. Then stand and wait for a shuttle that takes you straight to the Skywalk. The trip back includes a couple of stops. You can get off or not. We truly enjoyed our visit there. Food is available, too.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Michelle W wrote a review Sep 2020
Columbus, Ohio1,116 contributions95 helpful votes
We visited the Grand Canyon West on a Sunday- Drove the 2.5 hours from Vegas. The road to get there is very cool- tons of Joshua trees, and even saw a road runner! Had to wear a mask the whole time, which was pretty uncomfortable in the heat. PSA- if you are vegan, eat before you come- the options for food are very limited.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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