The Grand Canyon, incised by the mighty Colorado River, is immense, averaging 4,000 feet deep for its entire 277 miles. The sheer depth and magnitude of the Canyon truly makes it ‘incomparable’.
Want to make a day trip from Las Vegas to The Grand Canyon?
Book this tour departing Las Vegas every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday!
Las Vegas is home to:
- 17 of the 20 biggest hotels in the USA
- The world’s largest neon sign
- Famous casino-hotels including the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Mandalay Bay, and the Venetian-Palazzo among others
Have you been to Vegas yet? Enjoy spectacular shows, world class shopping, live entertainment, mega casinos, and upscale hotels in the Live Entertainment Capital of The World! Our tour guides will show you the best of the Vegas Strip on the guided city tour, help you to book seats at awesome shows such as Cirque Du Soleil and Jubilee, and of course give you the option of exploring this world famous destination on your own.
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Antelope Canyon is a beautiful natural canyon located on Navajo land in Arizona, USA. The canyon’s striking and unique geological features attract tourists and photographers from all over the world! The canyons passages and corridors have been carved by flash floods, rainwater, and other natural event over the course of hundreds of years. The result is a flowy, beautifully shaped slot canyon in various reddish and orange hues. Check out some of these photos taken by our tours guides at Antelope Canyon and check out our website to find a tour!
How was your Memorial Day Weekend? Leave us a comment telling us how you honored the men and women who have served. For many, Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of Summer-time activities!
Did you know that Disneyland was open for 24 hours between Friday and Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend? Disney Parks threw an all-night party with all of your favorite Princes, Princesses, Heroes, and Villains!
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In South Dakota’s Black Hills, not far from Mount Rushmore, lies Crazy Horse Memorial. This famous sculpture was started in 1948, and is still incomplete. However, if it is ever completed, it may earn the title of the world’s largest sculpture, measuring 641 feet long and over 560 feet high!
Who was Crazy Horse? He was a warrior of the Oglala Lakota tribe, and helped Native American triumph in the Battle of Little Big Horn, arguably the biggest and most important Native American victory over the US in the Great Sioux War of 1876. Our YMR7 Tour makes stops not only at the Crazy Horse Monument, but at the site of Battle of Little Big Horn, also known as Custer’s Last Stand. You can visit the site to learn about Crazy Horse and this famous battle against the United States’ 7th Cavalry.
Today the Little Big Horn Battlefield memorializes the site where this battle, one of the most well-known in America’s history, took place.
Have you ever been to South Dakota’s Black Hills? Tell us about your trip in the comments!