Seeing the Grand Canyon in person is a must. That goes without saying. But how you go about seeing it, well, that’s the big question.
If you’re an active person who likes a little outdoor adventure, then the Grand Canyon West Hummer Tour is for you.
Imagine this. You’re whisked away from your hotel in a luxury Hummer H2 to one of the greatest natural wonders in the world. Along the way, you’ll take in scenic views of Lake Mead. You’ll also stop at (and then drive across) Hoover Dam. An engineering marvel when it was built in the 1930s, this dam is still damn impressive today.
After a quick rest at Rosie’s Den Café, you’ll head off the beaten path. This is when things get a little rougher – but not uncomfortably rough. You’ll enjoy the off-road feeling of weaving through the Mojave Desert via a Joshua tree forest (where you can snap a quick photo) en route to Grand Canyon West Rim.
Grand Canyon West is not part of the Grand Canyon National Park. Situated at the West Rim, it’s the nearest portion of the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas. Located on the land of Hualapai Nation, Grand Canyon West is home to a collection of traditional Native American dwellings and a western-themed town, where you’ll enjoy a hearty lunch.
From Grand Canyon West, you’ll also board a shuttle bus for a short ride to Eagle Point. The views from here are nothing short of amazing.
Throughout the tour, which takes between nine and 10 hours, you’ll be accompanied by a professional guide who will dispense tidbits of historical and geological wisdom. You can ask plenty of questions because you’ll be in a small group of up to six people. Some other perks of the Grand Canyon West Hummer Tour include complimentary bottled water,lunch, and a Big Horn Hummer Tours disposable camera.
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