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If you're going to be in Las Vegas this holiday season, then you should know that the Grand Canyon is just 120 miles away from the bright city. If you're looking for something different to do, why not take a bus tour to the National Park? Tours go to both the South Rim and the West Rim, so if you book soon, you could have a Christmas holiday like no other.
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We have completed two articles on Tent Camping in the State of Texas. As the state is so large, we will dedicate another article to this magnificent State. Because of the extensive size of the State, in one week, you could go with the laid-back attitude in East Texas to the Hill Country in central Texas with its Country Western Music.
Grand Canyon South Rim is home to the official National Park. It's a huge, majestic place, and the best way to see it is by helicopter. In this article I list my Top 3 South Rim flights. The National Park covers a lot of ground, and that's why taking a helicopter tour is the best way to see a large portion of it during a single trip. The longer tour that gives you 50 minutes of air time actually flies over 75 percent of the whole park. The tour begins in Tusayan and then flies over to the remote wilderness area of the North Rim and includes a leg to the eastern edge of the park.
The July 4th vacation weekend break is on its way. If you are going to Nevada and you would like to do a coach excursion to the Grand Canyon, it is recommended to reserve it now or it will likely be sold-out. Discover ways to get your seat before they are all gone. Look at this article.
Vegas helicopters fly directly to the West Rim, which means that you'll fly over the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead on your way out there. This is a great addition to the flyover that you will enjoy at the Canyon, and there's still much more adventure for those that are willing. One of the biggest benefits of taking a West Rim flight is that you can land at the Canyon. You can choose to land at the top of the rim, the bottom, or even both.
Are you thinking of heading to Las Vegas for a helicopter tour to the Grand Canyon? You won't find a better adventure, but even so, there are some things you can do to make sure that your trip goes ahead smoothly and according to plan. To ensure that you get the most out of your trip, I've put together these 5 simple tips that you can follow when you're organizing your next vacation.
Memorial Day Holiday is on its way so if you're planning to do a Las Vegas bus trip to the Grand Canyon, I suggest that you book it real soon. Get more information why... Tours operate pretty much all year round, and they will be running on a regular schedule for Memorial Day. Bus tours depart early once a day from The Strip and give you a full day of travel before returning to Las Vegas around 9 p.m.
Memorial Day is around the corner. And if you plan on taking an air tour from Las Vegas or Grand Canyon during that time, book it now as flights sell out. There are tours at the West Rim from Vegas, and the South Rim from the town of Tusayan in Arizona. Tours from South Rim are all-air while landing tours are exclusively available from Vegas to the West Rim, and you can pick if you like to go to the top or bottom of the National Park.
Going to the Grand Canyon this Memorial Day holiday? Then you've got to do an airplane tour. With flights leaving from Las Vegas and South Rim, you're bound to find the adventure you are looking for. Vegas is closest to the West Rim, but you can also tour the South Rim from the town of Tusayan in Arizona. From Tusayan you can take the flight directly, or if you're in Vegas, you can choose to fly to the West or South.
Memorial Day holiday is fast approaching. If you're going to Vegas, yes, you'll want to do a Grand Canyon helicopter tour. Vegas tours come in two varieties. There are flyover tours, and then there are landing tours. Whichever option you choose, you will follow the same route on the way out to the Grand Canyon.