Road Trip USA, 26 Days + BONUS Fly FREE return to LA*
Day 1 Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Get ready for the road trip of a lifetime, starting in the one and only Los Angeles then it's straight to Las Vegas. After a drive through the Mojave desert, start your stay in Las Vegas with a cruise down the Strip. Then round things off with a party bus. Day 2 La...
Travel Dates: 11 April - 17 October 2018
Coast to Coast, 24 Days + BONUS Fly FREE return to LA*
Day 1 New York to Washington DC to Philadelphia. Get to know the wolfpack on the journey to Philadelphia before we reach DC. Tonight, see Washington all lit up on an illumination tour then get to know the crew at dinner. Day 2 Washington DC. DC is the land of memorials, museums and monuments. H...
Travel Dates: 24 May - 4 October 2018
Did you know the 7.2-billion people on earth wouldn’t even come close to filling up the giant chasm that is the Grand Canyon? ‘Grand’ is certainly no exaggeration – its sheer scope is a guaranteed jaw-dropper. Arguably America's leading natural attraction, the Grand Canyon is a hugely popular tourist hotspot. Flight Centre has a wide range of Grand Canyon tours that either feature the Canyon as the main event, or work it in with several other must-see sights.
Don't miss these Grand Canyon attractions
- Grand Canyon Railway day trip
- Helicopter sightseeing flights
- Grand Canyon, Vegas and San Diego combo tours
- Grand Canyon Skywalk
- Hummer tour from Las Vegas
Get the camera ready for inspiring landscapes
Most tours to the Grand Canyon depart from Las Vegas or Phoenix; however, many longer trips around the United States include at least one stopover for a comprehensive journey. Bus tours are one of the most popular ways to head to the Canyon, exploring the South, North or West rims.
The Canyon is 446 kilometres long and 29 kilometres wide, so it’s no small feat to visit this majestic site. Some bus tours even travel along the remnants of the old Route 66, and include a stop at the historic Grand Canyon Railway, a walk around Yavapai Point and a visit to Hopi House.
Plenty of ways to take in the Canyon
One unique way to see the grandeur of the Grand Canyon is by stepping onto the Grand Canyon Skywalk – a glass-bottomed horseshoe-shaped loop that takes you right over the edge. More adventurous travellers might test their limits with black water rafting along the winding Colorado River.
Jeep and SUV tours, as well as tours on foot or bicycle are all fantastic ways to cover ground and see the many sights of the Grand Canyon National Park, where there are hundreds of viewing points and trails to traverse. For something completely different, try soaring above the rocky red outcrops on a helicopter or light aircraft tour for panoramic views you’ll never forget.