Rated 5 out of 5
by Maryland Jack was awesome and the views were beautiful
Very informative, courteous guide, the bus was clean and the instructions were easy to follow
January 4, 2017
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rick1206 Don't waste your money
This location this tour takes you to is breathtaking! That being said, the tour itself was a waste of money. You would be much better off to rent a car for $40 and drive out to the reservation yourself.
The tour description mentions a drive through the Joshua Tree Forest. While this is true, you will see plenty of joshua trees, it is only because the road to the Indian Reservation runs right through it.
Once you get to the reservation, you board the reservation shuttle buses to the old west town, the Grand Canyon Skywalk (an additional $22 per person to walk on), and then Guano Point. I won't diminish this part of the tour. The scenery at the skywalk and Guano Point is awe inspiring and I am very glad to have seen it. The old-west town, however, is very cheesy. We chose to stay there for only 5-10 minutes before we hopped the next shuttle to the skywalk.
After returning home I researched the cost. Private individuals can get the same exact tour (shuttle service to all 3 locations PLUS admission to the skywalk) for about $80.
The boxed breakfast provided was decent: a muffin, an apple, some crackers, and juice. The BBQ lunch provided at Guano Point was also pretty good, but nothing stellar.
Our tour guide, while seeming knowledgeable about the areas we drove past, should not be in a position of working with the public. He was very condescending and rude to about everyone there. I was especially turned off by his pandering for tips (he was requesting 10% to 20% of the ticket price), while complaining that he and the bus driver work for minimum wage.
December 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by JandE Grand Canyon
We totally enjoyed this bus trip. The driver and guide were great! We were very impressed with the West Rim views. The lunch was not so great; the breakfast box was an unexpected treat and they had plenty of water.
December 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by MsNikkiBaby The must-see Grand Canyon views!
My fear of heights were tested on this amazing tour of the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. The views were spectacular and didn't fear the views, but rather felt more at ease with easy vantage point of the Canyon. The Skywalk was a must-see! You fell like your walking on air looking down deep into the Canyon walls. The tour guide was knowledgable, however, him and the driver refused to let me back on the bus 30 minutes early. They were rather rude about it. Other than that it was definitely worth time time and distance to see the amazing Grand Canyon.
November 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stevenvw Jack is very knowledgable and entertaining!
Very easy to use and prices are unbeatable especially hotel and air
November 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by Emelie28 Our driver Robert and tour Guide Adam the best team all in all.
Thank you for the best day ever we experienced.
The place very best beyond description you need to go there to experience for it yourself. Breakfast and Lunch included in the tour excellent. Unlimited water dispense from our tour. You need it to the grand canyon walk.
I will recommend this vegas.com for your tours.
November 16, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wengeo Very informative
If you have a day to spare while in Las Vegas you really should take this trip to the Grand Canyon. Lots of information given about the surrounding countryside as well as the Canyon itself.
October 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by GrandCanyonFun The Grand Canyon was amazing!!
The Grand Canyon was amazing!! Breath taking views, no matter where you looked. The lunch was delicious and the vehicle we were in was great.
The tour guide though, he was interesting. He made us a bit uncomfortable. It started off when a family did not arrive on time. He had them take a taxi to meet us at another pick up spot. Their confirmation papers had the wrong pick up time. Instead of just apologizing for it, he kept talking about how it was not his falt and not to blame him. He kept complaining about how it put us behind.
On the way to the Grand Canyon, he talked about facts about the surrounding areas and it was very interesting but I guess we were not lively enough for him so he kept asking us if we were awake. He asked us like 15 times if what he was saying was interesting because he said we looked bored. Then after awhile he started telling us over and over again that if we did not believe what he was saying we can Google it or look it up. Because he thought we looked like we doubted him. I know he did not want to appear defensive but he was. He told us about his last tour group and how they were fun and rowdy and how we are reserved. I guess he did not like it that we were not as lively as the previous group.
Then when we get on the bus after the tour, he counts us then gets on the microphone and says "good night " sarcastically and comments about how we are so reserved. After a while he starts giving us history about the area again. It was just a little bit uncomfortable.
October 5, 2016