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The only challenge was the weather. The tour is worth taking.
arrived at the pick up hotel in santa monica, when mini bus arrived they had no record of our trip on their itinery, driver took us anyway to anaheim after contacting his office, after that we booked in at anaheim but still did not appear on several itineries on our way to vegas , trip went well apart from fact no one told us the imperial palace had been renamed the quad even after arriving in vegas, overall the trip was great despite the distance travelled
We had a great trip! Vegas lives up to its name 'Sin City', but the true highlight was visiting the Grand Canyon. We went on Christmas and was confronted by a snow covered Canyon (we'll at the top of the canyon), which contrasted brilliantly with the wonder.
Pickups were well organised and always on time. Buses were comfortable and drivers and guides informative and friendly. We got a lovely room at the Imperial Hotel - it was clean and comfortable. Grand Canyon was beautiful. We got good value for money so it was 3 days well spent.
Very pleased we did this but would have liked to have seen more of the Hoover Dam and the Canyon. Not possible because of the distances involved.
So much fun. The bus ride to and from LA to Las Vegas was a lot of fun and the service was brilliant. The accommodation was very central, straight across from Cesar's Palace and up the road from the Bellagio Hotel for the fountain performance which was amazing. The tour to the Grand Canyon was long, but worth the wait when you got to see the Grand Canyon. Lunch on this tour was not great though... Overall a good package to do if you have the time.
The tour and the guide was much better than i expected. Especially the Grand Canyon tour guide.
The bus arrived on time at our pick up location in Santa Monica and transported us to the main terminal in Anaheim where we boarded our bus to Las Vegas. The company and transfer was efficient and organized. We received two snacks and two drinks during our ride and stopped in Barstow along the way (going and returning). The bus hostess on the way to and from Las Vegas was somewhat irritating, but I'd say she was suffering from job burn out. Otherwise, we were extremely happy with our driver and guide on the second day and our 14 hour excursion to the Grand Canyon. Our guide was extremely pleasant, interesting, informative and truly positive. We also enjoyed his videos on the history of Las Vegas Part 1 and 2 and the Terry Fator Las Vegas ventriliquist show video on the way back. I'd definitely recommend this 3 day tour to those who are in a hurry and have a limited amount of time. Although it was a great trip to the GC, we only spent about a total two hours in two different viewpoint locations there--long drive for little time spent at the GC. Otherwise, no complaints!
Good value for money, especially since the buses from LA to Vegas to Grand Canyon are so comfortable. The only downside is that I wish there was more time at Grand Canyon, but I guess this is all that can be squeezed into one day. Overall, a very affordable and comfortable tour that also gives you ample free time in Las Vegas.
The destinations are definitely great, but it's so short you can't get enough of it. Also the trip details mention that the first 2 days would be in Las Vegas while the third would be in Grand Canyon, but instead we were taken to Grand Canyon on day 2, so by next day we were really tired to make use of the third day, which is actually half a day. The hotel was so-so. Otherwise it was enjoyable.
Our guide from Vegas to the Grand canyon was REALLY BAD!!! It was a six-hour bus trip with really bad jokes, bad music and bad service!! The tour itself was absolutely fantastic - it snowed in Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon was AWESOME.
The Grand Canyon was fantastic!! We had 2 hours to explore, which was just enough. Las Vegas-not so great. The hotel I stayed at was Hampton Inn Tropicana. It was not on the strip and no info was provided about means of transport. I spent probably $100 on taxis (I did go to the outlets though).