Grand Canyon Tours | from Las Vegas | Incredible Adventures

Enjoy a Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas with Incredible Adventures!

We offer trips to different areas of the Grand Canyon, each providing distinct experiences.

Our Grand Canyon West Rim Tours visit the tribal lands of the Hualapai Indians. Here you can also enjoy the Grand Canyon Skywalk: a glass U-shaped bridge hanging over the precipitous canyon below! Whether traveling to the rim by air or ground, you will be treated to live-action cowboy and Indian dance performances, and will get to see some of the rich history of this area of the desert.

The Grand Canyon South Rim is a more rustic option. Enjoy the breathtaking views from Bright Angel Lodge, and experience some of the most unbelievable vistas to be found in the United States. You can even take a helicopter INTO the canyon! This is the most popular Grand Canyon destination, and when you visit you will understand why.

With so many tour options, we’re sure to have a Grand Canyon trip for you!


The Grand Canyon is quite literally a slice into history. Six million years ago, the mighty Colorado River began to carve away layers upon layers of 1,840 million year old rock. As the river carved down into the rock, the Colorado Plateau went through uplift and erosion, creating the stunning canyon that is seen today. 

For thousands of years, Native Americans have been settled in and around the Canyon. Today, the Hualapai, the Havasupai, the Paiutes, and the Navajo, once early residents, now manage parts of the land.

The first Spanish explorers sighted the Canyon in 1540, but it wasn’t until the 1850s, that several expeditions were led into the canyon to explore the area. In 1869, Major John Wesley Powell led his first boat expedition up to and through the Grand Canyon. It was General Powell who first started calling it, “the Grand Canyon”, instead of the “Big Canyon” as it was still known at that time.

The Grand Canyon was first federally protected as a Forest Reserve in 1893, and in 1908, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt established the area and surrounding forest lands as a National Monument. Finally in 1919, it gained National Park status. Now, the Park receives close to 5 million visitors each year.

Best Time To Visit

It’s always a good time to visit the Grand Canyon! While summer will provide you with warm weather, vivid colors, and the occasional rain storm, winter in the Grand Canyon is also spectacular. White snow sprinkled over top of the sprawling rock formations is a sight not many get to see, as it is typically less crowded in winter. Shoulder seasons, March-May and September-November, typically offer milder weather than winter and fewer crowds than summer. 

Each season brings new beauty to the canyon, and it is always well worth a visit!

Featured Tours

For those crunched for time, our Grand Canyon South Rim Small Group Tour offers pick-up and drop-off in Las Vegas and approximately 4 hours of free time at the South Rim. Use this time to hike the trails, or opt for a 45-minute helicopter flight over the canyon. We also offer small group day trips to the West Rim, or go the more economical route and take a bus tour instead!

Day-trippers wanting a truly spectacular experience may be interested in our Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours. With air transportation from Las Vegas, you’ll make quick time out to the Grand Canyon, where regardless of whether you choose the West Rim or South Rim, you’ll have the opportunity to fly over and through the canyon like a California Condor! With additional time to explore the area with your feet firmly on the ground, these tours are truly once in a lifetime experiences!

A Day Tour just isn’t enough, you say? We’ve got you covered! Check out our 3-Day National Park Camping Tour from Las Vegas or one of our other fabulous multi-day tours! In addition to the Grand Canyon, you’ll visit Zion National Park, Bryce National Park, Lake Powell, and Monument Valley. From red rock monoliths to spiny hoodoos to mesas named by the Navajo, this tour is the ultimate Southwest road trip. 

Tours of Grand Canyon National Park


Southwest Highlights Tour (7 Days) | from Las Vegas

7 days | $1695 book now

The ultimate national park camping adventure! Spend 3 FULL DAYS hiking & exploring the great outdoors: Grand Canyon, Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, and more!


National Parks 3 Day | from Las Vegas

3 days | $710 book now

The ultimate national park camping adventure! Spend 3 FULL DAYS hiking & exploring the great outdoors: Grand Canyon, Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, and more!


Grand Canyon Overnight Tour | from Las Vegas

2 days | $385 book now

The ultimate Grand Canyon camping adventure! Spend 2 FULL DAYS hiking and exploring the great outdoors in the amazing Grand Canyon South Rim after a stop at Hoover Dam and Route 66, and stay overnight with camping or lodging options available!


Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour

10 hours | $139 book now

Spend a day exploring the West Rim of the breathtaking Grand Canyon. Here you will see Hualapai Indian grounds, be entertained by tribal dance and cowboy antics, and may even walk across the amazing Skywalk (not included).


Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour

15 hours | $119 book now

Explore the widest and deepest points of the Grand Canyon on this day tour to the amazing South Rim (also includes views of Hoover Dam and Lake Mead).


Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours | from Las Vegas

4 hours | $ book now

See the Grand Canyon like you’ve never experienced before! Take a luxury helicopter high above the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, over and down into Grand Canyon National Park, as you bask in the vast views of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.

Choose from a variety of helicopter options, you can’t go wrong with any tour you take!


National Parks Winter 3 Day Tour | from Las Vegas

3 days | $795 book now

The ultimate national park overnight adventure! Spend 3 FULL DAYS hiking & exploring the great outdoors: Grand Canyon & Zion National Parks, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, and more!


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