Grand Voyager

Book Now! One look at the Grand Canyon, even on your computer screen, and you’ll start to feel it: the urge to get to the bottom of it. Then you find out you have to make reservations for a campsite or bunk bed a year in advance, and that it’s a hot, dusty 20-mile trudge […]

Indian Country Adventure w/Skywalk

Book Now You were all excited to see the Grand Canyon Skywalk on your trip to Las Vegas — until you found out you’d have to drive 5 hours round-trip to get there. There’s no need to cross this man-made marvel off your bucket list. Just get off the road, and take to the sky!  […]

Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour

Book Now If you’re like most Las Vegas visitors, you travelled a long distance just to get here. A 5-hour drive, even to see a world wonder like the Grand Canyon, is just not happening. Solution? Sit back, relax, and let someone else do the driving!   On the Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour, you’ll […]

Hualupai Tribe

The Hualapai People – The People of the Tall Trees – while once occupying up to 5 million acres south of the Colorado River, now reside on the Hualapai reservation: 1 million acres of land stretching 108 miles along the Colorado River and Grand Canyon.  Tribal membership varies between 1500 and 2100 members who primarily […]

How to choose a tour

The Grand Canyon is the most popular tourist destination in the American Southwest. There are a number of ways to see the West Grand Canyon, but the most time efficient is a tour departing from Las Vegas. A road trip from Las Vegas to Phoenix is a great way to see all the sites, but […]

Skywalk information

The skywalk, located on Hualapai tribal lands, is the main attraction at Grand Canyon West’s Eagle Point.  Grand Canyon West is remote: it will take a 3 hour drive from Las Vegas, a 6 hour drive from Phoenix, or a 5 hour drive from the south rim of the Grand Canyon.  However, the long trek […]