Grand Canyon Limo Tours
Las Vegas limo Diaries invites you to explore Grand Canyon National Park, which is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, a designated World Heritage Site, and one of the Crown Jewels of the USA National Park System. There are variety of Grand Canyon tours, ranging from helicopter tours, plane tours, limousine or party bus tours, coach bus tours to rafting tours and combination tours created for the most ultimate Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam experience. Call Las Vegas limo Diaries for more information and today’s specials.
This canyon is a gift that transcends what we experience. “Its beauty and size humbles us. Its timelessness provokes a comparison to our short existence. In its vast spaces we may find solace from our hectic lives”.
The Grand Canyon can be experienced from three main areas: the South Rim, North Rim, or the West Rim, which includes Havasu Canyon and Grand Canyon West. Which side you decide to visit depends on several factors, such as the time of year you’re traveling, who you’re traveling with, how much time you have to spend, and what kinds of activities you would like to take part in on your Grand Canyon vacation.
Declared a national park in 1919, the mile-deep, 277-mile long gorge attracts millions of visitors annually. The remote nature of the park, and the fickle Grand Canyon weather and harsh terrain can make Grand Canyon a challenging place to visit, though the greatest site you will ever see.
Grand Canyon West Rim Grand Canyon West is a Native American Tribal Park owned and operated by the Hualapai Indian Nation. Open year-round, it garnered sudden international fame with the opening of its star attraction in 2007:
the Grand Canyon Skywalk. In addition to the Skywalk, Grand Canyon West also has an airport, café, Western town, Indian Village, and an amphitheater where visitors can watch Native American dances or cultural performances.
Grand Canyon South Rim Considered by many to be the “true Grand Canyon,” Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim features the vast, expansive views most often seen in magazines and on TV. From the South Rim, you can experience the Grand Canyon from close to two dozen viewpoints, each with their own unique attributes, and many that allow you to peer all the way down into the heart of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River. Grand Canyon South Rim is also recommended for those traveling with young children, as there is more for them to do – and more that they can do – at the South Rim than at the North Rim or West Rim.
Grand Canyon North Rim
Though part of the same National Park, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is strikingly different from her Southern sister. A full 1,000’ higher in altitude, the North Rim runs about 10 degrees cooler than the South rim, and supports plant and animal life that the drier South Rim cannot, such as aspen, birch, maple and oak trees, and the Kaibab Squirrel with its metallic gray coat and distinctive tufted ears.
Grand canyon East Rim The far eastern portion of the Grand Canyon along both the Colorado River and Little Colorado River falls within the borders of the Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation. Though “Grand Canyon East” is not yet formally known as a Grand Canyon park, many Grand Canyon visitors do end up passing and stopping for a view of the Little Colorado River Gorge.