1 Day Grand Canyon West Rim from Las Vegas

Tour Code : GWN1

From Las Vegas to  Grand Canyon West Rim, travel through Hualapai Indian Reservation and Eagle Point  also drive through the Joshua Tree Forest and Grand Wash Cliffs.

See the mighty Hoover Dam as you pass over the new bridge.

Take the adventure of Skywalk to explore the beauty of Grand Canyon West Rim.


Price in USD per person : $195



Round Trip Transportaion via air-conditioned Coach

Professional Tour Guide

Admission Ticket : Skywalk 

BBQ Lunch 



Optional Tour: helicopter flight into the Grand Canyon & cruise along the Colorado River aboard a pontoon boat  $190

  • Prices are subject to change without notice
  • Admission fees may be paid to your tour escort upon arrival by cash.

Service fees for your tour guide and bus driver

Any private expenses



Tour Availability 

Available Mon.Thurs


Departure and Return Details  

6:45AM, Please meet tour guide at Excalibur Hotel “Group Check-in Counter”.

Address:3850 Las Vegas Blvd, South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Return at the same location in the evening


  • about 9 hours 








A Las Vegas,NVB Grand Canyon West Rim

Las Vegas, NV - Grand Canyon West Rim, AZ


6:45AM, Please meet tour guide at Excalibur Hotel “Group Check-in Counter”.

Excalibur Group Check-in Counter is located at the main level of the hotel rear entrance. It will be on your left hand side after entering the rear door.

Hotel address - 3850 Las Vegas Blvd, South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

*Please call our company one day prior to tour start date to reconfirm tour guide's phone number.

Depart Las Vegas in the morning and travel to Grand Canyon West.

We will enter the Hualapai Indian Reservation to reach Grand Canyon West. You will have a chance to walk along the rim of this great wonder of nature.

The Hualapai Indian Reservation 

It occupies a large area of the western Grand Canyon corridor, south of the Colorado, from Pearce Ferry at the upper end of Lake Mead, 56 miles due east to the boundary of the smaller Havasupai Reservation. This is rough, rugged land with few facilities and although a lot is rather flat, either open grassy plains or wooded plateaus, towards the north it falls away to a series of deep, branched canyons that in general become more impressive further east.

Most of this country can only be visited by lengthy hiking and/or driving on dusty dirt roads, though the Hualapai have developed one tourist center at Grand Canyon West, a small settlement on the rim 3,600 feet above the river, quite close to the Grand Wash Cliffs that mark the edge of the Colorado Plateau and the end of the Grand Canyon.


Since the opening of the Grand Canyon West Skywalk, the world now knows about Grand Canyon West and its unique beauty. 

Other attractions include The Indian Village with authentic dwellings. It also features The Hualapai Ranch, a western theme town with horseback and wagon rides.

Grand Canyon West is the place within the Grand Canyon where visitors can access the Colorado River at the bottom of the canyon on a helicopter.