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Grand Canyon Activities - See the National Park by Motorcoach

Justine Moriarity
 


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If you are looking to tour a park that was created entirely by the forces of nature, then the Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most spectacular ones on the planet. It consists of a 277-mile gorge carved by the Colorado River that is famous for its overwhelming size and colorful landscape. If you don't know your way around the canyon, you most likely will not have any clue on how to find the canyon's most breathtaking views. If you are looking for a cost effective and enjoyable trip around the area, then you should consider a Grand Canyon bus tour.

This premier tourist attraction is recognized all over the world due to its unique features and spectacular views. Some of the recreational activities that are popular with most tourists include hiking the South Rim's Bright Angel trail and viewing the beautiful orange sunsets on the horizon. Instead of the Grand Canyon bus tour, some also book rafting tours on the Colorado River.

In reference to a coach trip, most of them will go to two main locations: The South Rim and the West Rim. A trip such as this will begin at the first sign of daylight and not end until after the sun goes down. The average coach trip will accommodate pick up and drop off points at many of the hotels that are located on the Las Vegas Strip.

If you want to get a good view of the Yavapai, Yaki and Mather points, then you should opt for a South Rim bus trip. All three of these points have different views for you to see. The historic Grand Canyon Village is one of the many stops that the coach trip goes to. This is a fine opportunity for the tourists to experience the tasty foods of the restaurants, the beauty of the galleries and the history of the museums. The bus tours that offer this particular trip will normally leave about 7:30 in the morning and come back at about 9:00 at night. Plan to spend your whole day on the tour.

The tour to the West Rim will involve a round trip drive of five hours from Las Vegas. Along the way, one can view features such as sparkling Lake Mead and the epic Hoover Dam. Locate a tour company that includes stops along Eagle and Guano points in addition to the Hualapai Indian Village. In this Indian village you will see things such as tee pees, an outside amphitheater and traditional Indian homes.

Most of these touring packages have distinctive attractions that you will enjoy. One of the best packages will take you to the bottom of the canyon via a helicopter, on a Colorado River boat excursion and also give you an limitless amount of Skywalk tickets. This is what you can get if you want to get the best that the canyon has to offer.

If you would rather get a customized tour, most of the firms can provide this as a premium package. Since there is only a certain amount of seats on each bus, this really makes it easier to get a customized package. The trip is not as long as the South Rim tour. The sightseeing experience is also enhanced due to unrestricted access to guides. The meals on your tour will also be more to your satisfaction. You might consider booking a minimum of two weeks in advance if you plan on touring the canyon with a large group of people.

Do a little research on the internet for a good tour group, if you are intent on experiencing a Grand Canyon bus tour. Online, you can also make a reservation and complete the payment. You can locate touring companies that have extras such as meals and trip bonuses. Make sure you make your reservations early so that you can get the trip that you want.

Next Steps.

Want to see the Grand Canyon by motorcoach? Start by visiting www.GrandCanyonBusTours.org and particularly its webpage listing the best specials: http://www.grandcanyonbustours.org/coupons.html

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