Kick back and relax as you live it up on your way to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. You'll board a luxury bus with TV monitors, restrooms and reclining seats more comfortable than those recliners you took from your parent's basement.
Make sure you've got your cameras ready because your first stop is on the gigantic O'Callaghan-Tillman Bridge that overlooks the Hoover Dam. Then it's back on the bus for a drive through the Joshua Tree Forest. You probably didn't even know what that was before Bono told the world (don't worry, we won't give away your secret).
When you get to the West Rim, you've got about four hours to explore everything. And you're gonna need them. There's a lookout on Guano Point, the Hualapai Ranch, a Native American village and some pretty cool cultural performances. Lunch is totally up to you, because you can eat at the BBQ Buffet, the Skywalk Café or Cowboy Cookout at the Ranch.
You'll also stop at Eagle Point. You'll know it when you see it because, um – it really does look like an eagle. Of course, an eagle that literally took a thousand years to wear into the stone. Oh, and if you want to see the Skywalk, that's here too so now's the time to do it.
Bonus point: you get free show tickets when you book the tour. Go ahead and do your happy dance, we'll wait.
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