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The Grand Canyon bus connects the Grand Canyon and the sights and parks of the southwestern USA with each other and with Las Vegas, San Francisco, Phoenix and Salt Lake City.

Known as the Bundu Bus, this is a Grand Canyon backpackers bus, and unescorted tour bus, that also visits Monument Valley, Bryce Canyon, Death Valley, Yellowstone, Canyonlands, Zion and a whole lot more.

You can make reservations for the Bundu Bus online. Please also check out the routes, schedule and destinations serviced.

One Day Grand Canyon Bus Tour

Not only is this the most popular one day Grand Canyon bus tour, it is also the longest.  No other one day tour spends as much time at the Grand Canyon!  The cost of this tour is $85 per person for two to six people, $82 per person for seven to 10 people, and $79 per person for 11 or 12 people.  If there are more than 12 people in your group, please contact us and we can work out a special price and tour just for you.  If you are traveling by yourself, the rate is $100.

For additional information on this tour, or to make a reservation, please call 1 800 724 7767, or (USA) 435 658 2227, or mail us.

Tour Details

You'll travel to the Grand Canyon in a luxury motor coach, with videos and movies to keep you entertained on the way. 

The first stop is at Hoover Dam, shortly after the bus has crossed over the towering dam wall from Nevada into Arizona.  There is a brief, but spectacular, photo opportunity of Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, and the Colorado River far below.  As we continue on, you will see the fortification hill that was built to protect the dam wall during World War Two.

On the way you'll learn about the history of the Grand Canyon, the native American tribes, and the early settlers. 

The next stop is at Kingman, Arizona, where you'll have the opportunity to stretch your legs and grab a quick bite to eat.  From Kingman you'll travel to Williams, Arizona.  Williams is a quaint little western town, home to, amongst other things, the Grand Canyon Railway.  In addition to enjoying the buffet lunch at Max and Thelma's Restaurant (included in the tour price), you will have time to shop for souvenirs and browse the railway museum and depot.

After lunch, it's time for the main event, as we travel the 50 miles north to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon!  Your first destination is the new state-of-the-art Visitor Center, followed by stops at Mather Point (the deepest part of the canyon), Yavapai Point (the widest part of the canyon), and Bright Angel Point, regarded by many as the most panoramic. 

There is also additional time to browse Bright Angel Lodge and its various gift shops, restaurants and museum, as well as the surrounding buildings of historical significance, particularly those designed by Mary Colter, who designed so many of the great National Parks buildings of the early 20th Century.  It is only a short walk to Hopi House, the Indian Art Museum and gift shop.

Unfortunately it is now time to leave the Grand Canyon and return to Las Vegas.  On the way back there is once again a short stop in Kingman, to stretch your legs, before you once again drive back across the Hoover Dam, through Boulder City, arriving in Las Vegas at about 8.45 p.m.

For additional information on this tour, or to make a reservation, please call 1 800 724 7767, or (USA) 435 658 2227, or mail us.



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