We planned to go to Grand Canyon and specially go to the Skywalk. Over two hours of driving to get there. Staff were so friendly and helpful all around. Place was clean and organized. Souvenirs were priced well and unique.
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Words or even pictures can describe the beauty of what you will see. You absolutely need to see it in person. I rated this average because of the beauty but the cost and danger associated with it was totally not worth it in my mind....More
If this is the only chance you have to see the Canyon, go for it. There is nothing like it in the world...BUT...if you can go the south rim, make a few days out of it and head there. West rim is not run by...More
My son and I just did a 1500 mile RV road trip in Arizona and Utah and GCW was one of our first stops. After the whole 2 week trip, which included 4 national parks, rafting and horseback riding, he said this was his favorite...More
Drove out with my girlfriend on a day trip from Vegas but left feeling ripped off. I was very dissapointed with the price. It costs 49 dollars per person to visit. All you get for that is the shuttle bus to three different points one...More
My husband and I had planned only 2 days in Grand Canyon. Going to west rim was not in our plan although I convinced him and we were on our way from Vegas to Grand canyon West. Amazing drive through desert. We stopped on the...More
Good distance from Las Vegas clean facilities paid for the tour that included a meal and three stops to include the glass U-shaped bridge that went on over the canyon for a family of four it was $300 the pictures that they shot were roughly...More
We're so glad you and your family had a great visit with us. Thank you for coming and for your kind words in the review, Shane.
I don't know what the other views of the canon are like but the West rim is the best situated when traveling from Las Vegas. We rented a new convertible Camaro and drove there through the desert. What an experience. The best view of all...More
We drove a couple of hours frm Las Vegas to an area The Haulapai control the land that boarders the canyon. Just before you see the canyon the highway ends at a tribal parking lot. The tribe offers a passto see the canyon from two...More