This journey to the Grand Canyon West Rim features scenic views, a chance to explore Eagle and Guano Points, eat lunch on the edge of the canyon and see a unique Native American cultural attraction.
Your tour begins with a flight and amazing aerial views of over Lake Mead, the largest manmade lake in the United States, and Hoover Dam, one of the seven manmade wonders of the world.
Once you land at the West Rim, venture on an exciting ground excursion to the Hualapai lands. A shuttle bus will take you on a self-guided tour of both Eagle Point and Guano Point.
Eagle Point is the site of the Grand Canyon Skywalk overlooking the canyon. Admission to the Skywalk is not included in this tour, but you can purchase it at the West Rim. While at Eagle Point check out a collection of Native American dwellings, stop by the amphitheater where Native American dance performances take place throughout the day and visit the café and a gift shop with native crafts.
Guano Point features another chance to get views of the canyon. There’s a hiking trail and you can see the remains of an old tram that used to go 8,800 feet across the canyon to a guano (bat droppings) mine. There’s also a chance to eat on the edge of the canyon as well.
This tour includes a lunch voucher that can be used at either Eagle Point or Guano Point.
Return by plane to Boulder City and relax in a motorcoach ride back to your hotel.
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