Enjoy one of the Seven Wonders of the World with just your private group and your expert tour guide. You will see all the most scenic lookout points of this natural wonder. This is completely private tour to ensure the most personalized experience.
Step back in time to the era of gunslingers and saloon rumbles on a full-day ghost town and wild west tour from Las Vegas. Accompany your guide along Route 66, past the Hoover Dam and through Arizona’s historic ghost towns to visit places seeped in lore like the Oatman Hotel, home to a local poltergeist. Along the way, see an authentic cowboy shootout, hear entertaining facts and tales, and soak up stunning desert landscapes.
Enjoy a day tour to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim, inside Grand Canyon National Park. Travel in a deluxe motor coach. Drive through the Mojave Desert, cross over the Colorado River on the famous Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.
See the dramatic scenery change as you gain 5,000 feet of elevation. Desert plants and animals change to scenery and wildlife from the Colorado Rockies, with 100-foot tall pines, giant elk, and mule deer.
Once you arrive at the Grand Canyon, you’ll have 3 hours to explore the deepest and widest part of the canyon at the South Rim. Enjoy popular attractions such as El Tovar, Hopi House, Kolb Photo Studio, and Bright Angel Trail.
Oatman is a village in the Black Mountains of Mohave County, Arizona that began as a small mining camp. Two prospectors struck gold here and created one major strike after another until it reached $10 million dollars worth! This find led to Oatman's population growing by more than 3,500 people within just 1 year period - this place has always had something special about it though you would never know if you didn't live there or visit.
The town of Oatman was named after Olive Oatman, a young girl who was captured and enslaved by Indians during her journey westward with her family. She later was traded away in 1856 to the Mohave Tribe, but they tattooed her face like theirs as it was their custom of the time.
Our well-known Tour Guide is locally cultivated; He grew up exploring the wonders of Northwest Arizona from its History, Desert Terrain, and Wildlife. His ancestral roots date back to the 1800s and his family's vintage collections have been featured in the local Museum of History.