Our Grand Canyon Skywalk tour is one of the most popular things to do while visiting Las Vegas. For those unfamiliar with the Skywalk, it’s the glass walkway (bridge) that lets you stand some 3,500 over the bottom of the Grand Canyon. As you can imagine, it’s a thrilling experience for young and old alike.
The views from the Grand Canyon Skywalk are sensational. Directly in front will be spectacular Eagle Point, a canyon wall that looks like an eagle. This formation is also of high cultural importance to the native Hualapai Tribe.
Next, turn your attention north and you’ll get an excellent view of the Canyon and the Colorado River, the waterway that over hundreds of millions of years eroded the banks of the Colorado Plateau to create the National Park.
Adjacent to the Skywalk is the Indian Cultural Center. It’s an excellent place to learn about the Hualapai, the tribe that owns the 1-million-acre reservation upon which the Skywalk is located. Then there’s the free shuttle to Guano Point, the Rim’s most famous lookout and the one that takes you even closer to the Canyon’s gorge!
The West Rim is the outermost part of the Grand Canyon and is only 120 miles east of Las Vegas. The drive by luxury motor coach is 2 hours and includes a photo stop on the Arizona side of Hoover Dam. After which you will then travel over the Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge.
This Grand Canyon Skywalk tour is an all-inclusive tour and comes with free pick up and drop off at your Las Vegas resort-hotel. Also included are all taxes, fees, surcharges and a box lunch prepared by the Tribe (vegetarian available). Our tour is the only bus tour that takes you all the way to the rim. (Other companies drop you off 9 miles from the rim and waste your time waiting in line for a shuttle bus.)
Total tour time is approximately 10 hours and we’ll have you back in Las Vegas around 6:30 p.m. (other tour companies get you back at 8 p.m.!).
Our Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour Includes:
- Free morning snack-breakfast (pastries, coffee, juice, tea and water).
- Full, unrestricted access (admission) to the Skywalk.
- Lunch is included. It’s a box lunch and you can choose from turkey, ham or beef. Vegetarian is available upon request. Gluten-free and kosher are not available but you are free to bring such foods with you.
- Full 4 hours at the Canyon
- Free Hoover Dam photo stop.
- Deluxe luxury 56-passenger motorcoach w/ excellent amenities and climate control. We never use mini-buses.
Hotel Pickup: Our Grand Canyon Skywalk tour includes free pick up and return at your Las Vegas hotel. No pick-ups are available in the Summerlin area.
*Our service providers reserve the right to substitute vehicles based on operational needs (i.e. off-season, maintenance etc.). Free WiFi is on the majority of the buses. This is a complimentary service provided for our customers use. As with all Wi-Fi it is unpredictable and at times there is no reception.
No luggage is allowed on the coach. Small backpack/day bags are allowed and must be stowed under your seat.
Collapsible wheelchairs w/ removable wheels are permitted. Such passengers must be accompanied by a friend or family member who can assist in helping them on and off the bus. Push wheelchairs are allowed on the Skywalk and can be secured free of charge when you arrive at the ticket counter.
If a child is under the age of 24 months, they ride for free but must sit on an adult’s lap. Older than 24 months and a full-price ticket must be purchased.
The Hualapai Indian Tribe does not allow pictures to be taken on the Skywalk tour. The Hualapai Indian Tribe provides professional photographers. Cost is not included in the package. Lockers are also available free of charge for your personal belongings.
Grand Canyon Skywalk tour admission is included within the price. No cameras allowed on the platform. Professional photographers are available to take your picture (cost not included in tour). Free lockers are available where you can securely store you belongings.
Box lunch choices include turkey, ham, beef or vegetarian. There are no kosher or gluten-free options. Please let us know what your choice is on our reservation form under “special requests.” You are welcome to bring your own food if none of the above is appropriate.