You will be chauffeured in a custom Tour Trekker throughout your journey, driven by an experienced guide who holds a deep passion for the area and will be able to answer any of your questions along the way! As you drive through the Mojave Desert on your way to the Grand Canyon, you may notice the change in surroundings including Joshua trees that line the road you travel. These trees are native to the Mojave Desert, and are not found anywhere else in the world! Your guide will be able to tell you more about these interesting and one-of-a-kind trees!
Dive into Hualapai Nation as you reach Eagle Point and watch cultural tribal dance performances and listen to stories told by native members of the Hualapai Village. Find yourself at Hualapai Ranch, a western-themed town where the Wild West comes alive before your eyes with cattle drives, cowboy games and gunfights in the square. Before leaving Eagle Point, you will have the chance to talk out over the Grand Canyon Sky Walk, a glass and steel walkway that stretches 70 feet away from the rim of the Grand Canyon and gives you a dizzying view of the canyon walls and floor 4,000 feet below you.
Visit one of the most breathtaking viewpoints in the Grand Canyon at Guano Point, were you will be able to get out of your Tour Trekker and take panoramic photos and peer over the edge to see the historic bat cave that housed 100,000 tons of guano at one point. You will drive by Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the US and formed by the Hoover Dam, creating a body of water that stretches 112 miles when at maximum water capacity. You will start the Hoover Dam portion of your excursion by touring the Hoover Dam Power Plant and learning about the Dam's history and operations, as well as showing you the enormity of the Dam and its operational features through live, audio, and film presentations and exhibits. Step out onto the observation tower and look into the waters of the Colorado River that rests below you. This tour is an unforgettable look into one of the most majestic New Wonders of the World and a massive engineering feat. Make sure to bring your camera on this excursion, as you will have numerous opportunities to get out of the Tour Trekker to take pictures!
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Drive By Colorado River in Las Vegas, NV
One of the most distinctive rivers in the southern part of the United States, the Colorado River runs through many different states as well as the northern region of Mexico. The Colorado River also is home to plenty of great activities such as kayaking, and is most notably the river that runs through the Grand Canyon.
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Tour Stop at Eagle Point near Las Vegas, NV
Eagle Point is situated on the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. This site features amazing 360 views of the canyons.
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Tour Stop at Grand Canyon Sky Walk near Las Vegas, NV
Located in the west area of the Grand Canyon, the Grand Canyon Skywalk offers a unique experience to guests. The walking area is shaped like a horseshoe and offers panoramic views of the canyons below. The Skywalk is made of glass and is located 4,000 feet above the riverbed.
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Tour Stop at Guano Point near Las Vegas, NV
Located on the Western side of the Grand Canyon, Guano Point features a trail that leads to the area, which provides some of the most picturesque views. The point sits above Guano Mine, and guests are provided food and beverages at the top.
Drive By Hoover Dam
The Hoover Dam is probably the most popular dam in the entire United States. It runs across the Black Canyon area of the Colorado River and is responsible for providing water and electricity to the surrounding area. It created Lake Mead.
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Tour Stop at Hoover Dam Power Plant near Las Vegas, NV
The Hoover Dam Power Plant is one of the most magnificent man-made structures in the entire U.S. It is also known as the world's largest hydroelectric power plant and created the country's most voluminous reservoir, Lake Mead. Tourists can explore the dam and learn about the processes.
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Tour Stop at Hualapai Indian Reservation near Las Vegas, NV
If you are looking for a great place to pick up a few things, make sure to check out the Hualapai Market. The market features a butcher who cuts fresh meat, cakes and other goodies, gas, and even hot lunches.
Drive By Lake Mead near Las Vegas, NV
Lake Mead is the largest (by volume) reservoir in the entire United States. Created by the Hoover Dam, the lake is situated on the Colorado River and is only 24 miles from Las Vegas.
Drive By Mojave Desert Las Vegas, NV
The Mojave Desert is a significant landmark that stretches from California to Nevada as well as some parts of Utah and Arizona. The Mojave is home to gorgeous sands, dunes, and canyons and offers interesting places to see. Check out Eagle Point, the Grand Canyon, and more.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.
Recommended Attire - Comfortable shoes and clothing is recommended, as guests will have the opportunity to climb around some landmarks and take pictures. Hats and sunscreen are suggested, as well as a jacket, as the Canyon can experience high winds.
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Lunch provided on tour.
Unlimited complimentary water.
Narrated and guided tour.
Grand Canyon Sky Walk Experience (not included in price).
Views and stops at Eagle Point, Guano Point, and Lake Mead.
Stop at Hualapai Indian Village, Ranch, and Market.
Hoover Dam Tour.