Diríjase hacia el borde oeste del Gran Cañón en una excursión de un día desde Las Vegas, y deténgase en Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge para tomar una foto de la Presa Hoover. Cuando llegue al cañón, tendrá cuatro horas para explorar puntos de vista y maravillarse con las vistas de esta maravilla natural. El almuerzo está incluido, y las opciones de actualización están disponibles si desea agregar un vuelo en helicóptero, un viaje en bote por el río Colorado o la admisión al Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Escape Sin City para una excursión de un día al Gran Cañón West Rim
Disfruta del transporte de ida y vuelta desde Las Vegas con una parada para tomar fotos en la presa Hoover
Pase tiempo libre en el cañón para explorar cómo lo desea
Mejore su tiempo con actualizaciones opcionales como el Skywalk, un recorrido en helicóptero o un paseo en bote en pontón
Thank you so much for your excellent review traveling with National Park Express to the Grand Canyon West Rim. We are thrilled you had a good time, and appreciate the positive comments about the guide.
The pick up was late and then at last stop at the hotels to pick up other tourist we stopped for over 20 mins and no one got on the bus. The guide told all the information in two or three languages and the English version was very hard (if at all) able to understand. The stop at Hoover dam was a waste of time. The bathrooms that we could use were port a potties and they were NASTY. Once we got to the Grand Canyon we were on our own and it was very nice. The employees at the Grand Canyon were very friendly and accommodating. The dinner that was provided was very good. Then back to the bus where thing were okay until we were almost back to Vegas and the guide came around and told us we all had to tip him and the driver $8. There was 5 of us and 2 were children that we had to tip($8 each) for also. I don't like being told how much to tip someone. And to my understanding none of the tip went to the employees at the canyon who were nice and informative(they are not employed by the tour company). The "tip" was for the guide who we only saw on the bus and we couldn't understand and the driver who was a grump. If the tour company wanted them to be "tipped" they should include it in the price and not informed we had to give the tour guide an $8 "tip" at the end. This was not in any of the info I saw in the trip price. I would have rated higher if not for the "tip" and the listening to information almost non stop for 2 hours that I could barely understand the English version.
They were late to pick us up and then we sat at the last hotel stop for over 20 mins. before we left. We had to listen to the guide tell us everything in 2 or 3 languages and you could barely(if at all) understand the English version. We stopped through the Hoover Dam for a quick stop on the AZ side and a bathroom break but the bathrooms that we could use were NASTY. The bathrooms were port a potties. In my opinion that was worthless stop. Maybe the tour company could contract to stop at one of the gas stations we passed to use as a restroom break. Once we arrived at the Grand Canyon it was much better. We were on our own once we arrived at the Canyon and the people who run the tour there were all very friendly and nice. The dinner that was served at the last stop was very good. If I was to do this again I would drive myself in a rental car.
This tour started with problems on the pickup. Pickup first was preponed 45 minutes (6:30am to 5:45am) just the day before, then my pickup was "forgotten". Had to call at 5:55am to make them pick me up.
Unfortunately this tour operator does a mixture of chinese and western tourist on this tour, with the majority being chinese. Also the tour guide was chinese and despite him claiming living 15 years in Las Vegas he was really hard to understand with his accent.
The visit at the Grand Canyon was OK. It is done there by the local indian people and should be the same for everyone who visits there.
The return time was scheduled for 1:30pm and we were told in the morning by the guide to be on time. Unfortunately many of the other tourists did a helicopter tour, which took them very long. So they were allowed to come back later to the bus. This ended in us wating for nearly one hour in the bus for them.
At the end every participant was more or less "forced" by the guide to pay a so called "service fee", although gratuity should be voluntary, even in the US.
As a conclusion: Visiting the Grand Canyon is a great idea. But better chose a different operator than this one.
Was very unhappy. We were put on a very small bus with all Asian folks who couldn’t communicate or socialize. When the tour was done the driver told me to go gather everyone up. No children on board and played the minion dvd.
Garantizamos el precio más bajo en las más de 200 000 experiencias que vendemos. Si encuentra el mismo producto a un precio inferior en los tres días posteriores a la reserva o durante la estancia, le reembolsaremos la diferencia.
Es fácil hacerlo
Recopila la información
Adjunta el número de tu reserva de Viator o el número de referencia del itinerario y el documento de prueba del precio más bajo que has encontrado.