West Rim and Hoover Dam

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West Rim and Hoover Dam Details

Location: Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam
Tour length: 10 hours
Minimum Age: 3
Departure Times: 7 AM
Visit Skywalk?: Yes
Lunch Included?: Yes
Wheelchair accessible: Yes

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We would like to take this Tour. We will be staying at Circus Circus. Does the bus pick up passengers there?
Yes, pick up is at any Strip hotel you may stay at.
What's the minimum age for this tour?
Children must be 3 years or older.
Description
  • Travel in style in a custom Tour Trekker vehicle
  • Enjoy free lunch and admission fees (Skywalk fee not included)
  • Immerse yourself in Hualapai tribal culture at Eagle Point
  • Get a bird's eye view of the Grand Canyon on the Skywalk--a glass walkway, 4,000 feet above the canyon (added fee)
  • Take panoramic photos at Guano Point and learn about the area's strange mining history
  • Take in stunning views from Hoover Dam's Observation Deck
  • Look down onto the Hoover Dam as it holds back Lake Mead from the 900-feet-tall Michael O'Callaghan—Pat Tillman Bridge
  • Visit the Boulder Dam Museum inside the historic Boulder Dam Hotel
  • Collapsible wheelchairs acceptable when accompanied by another adult.
  • Children must be 3 or older on this tour

See two of the most amazing sights in the world on one tour -- the Grand Canyon and the Hoover Dam.

Start out by driving through the scenic Mojave Desert, dotted with Joshua trees, visit the community of Dolan Springs and then head to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. The West Rim displays the Grand Canyon's natural beauty with no crowds, no guardrails and stunning views as far as the eye can see.You will have a guide on the tour who will teach you about the history, culture, geology and flora of the Grand Canyon.

Your transportation on the tour is a 10-passenger Tour Trekker, a vehicle that is ideal for sightseeing and off-road adventures. This tour also includes a two-hour stop at Hoover Dam, which includes photo opportunities of the Hoover Dam bypass bridge, the Colorado River and Lake Mead. You'll have time on your own to explore this engineering masterpiece including visiting the exhibit gallery and the observation room in the power plant that houses massive generators. Lunch is included on the tour.

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