If you're looking for an experience that will forever change the way you see nature and our planet, consider one of the coach trips from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon bus tours give travelers a great way to see and explore the most famous of all the American National Parks. They're also really affordable!
Grand Canyon bus tours leave from Las Vegas and drive to the South Rim or the West Rim. Both trips begin early in the morning and don't end until 8 or 9 in the evening. It's a full day of sightseeing and explorations, and you'll apparently just want to relax at your hotel afterward. That's why I suggest not buying any show tickets for that evening.If you want to learn more about national park bus tours you may browse http://www.experienceparktours.com/.
It's best to book your bus tour ahead of time no matter when you'll be traveling, but it's particularly important for tours between April and November because those months are the canyon's peak tourist season. Booking ahead is the best way to assure that you'll be able to enjoy the popular West Rim side trips, and it usually guarantees that you'll get a tour on your desired date.
Coach trips include free hotel pickup and drop-off at the Vegas Strip hotels, a light breakfast, lunch, the services of an expert tour guide, and entry into the National Park. While you're driving to the canyon you'll see Lake Mead and stop for photos at Hoover Dam. The deluxe, climate-controlled motor coaches have clean restrooms, large windows for sightseeing, and comfortable, recliner-type seating.
Book your coach trip online – it's the simple and cheapest way. You'll pay a higher price if you make the mistake of buying your tickets through your hotel concierge, at a street kiosk or at a local booking office. The tour operators' websites offer the best deals on Grand Canyon bus tours. I book there myself, and I've saved as much as 30% off the regular price. I advise you follow the same strategy.