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Have you ever wondered what exactly there is to do at the Grand Canyon? We have the answers you need. Learn about the best activities, viewpoints, and trails to see at the Grand Canyon South Rim.
(PRUnderground) December 10th, 2019
The Grand Canyon South Rim
The desert scrub featured among the South Rim attractions receives only about 15 inches of rain annually. Therefore, you will see a lot of pinyon and juniper trees in this desert forest. These trees have small leaves to accommodate the warm and arid climate. The monsoon rains that hit the South Rim often in the summer, make up most of this precipitation.
This contrasts sharply with the trees seen at higher elevations, which absorb more moisture farther from the canyon’s rim. For example, ponderosa pines intermingle with Gambel oaks to form dense thickets in higher and cooler zones.
South Rim Attractions
These variations in elevations, plants, and climate draw continual interest from visitors who take Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas to the South Rim. Besides the incredible rock formations, passengers who embark on travel with tour operators, such as Grand Vegas Tours, find plenty to see and do in South Rim attractions. Along with the varied and beautiful scenery, travelers can visit Grand Canyon Village, a designated National Historic Landmark District.
Some people have said that the village is underrated, and find taking a trip here to be as exciting as it is impressive. You can hop on a shuttle or walk through the village, and witness the canyon at stop-offs featured along the way.
Amazing Viewpoints From The South Rim
Indeed, taking one of the Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas by luxury bus should be included on every Vegas visitor’s itinerary. For example, you will want to stop at one of the most well know South Rim attractions- Yavapai Point and visit the Yavapai Museum as well. The museum, which was built in 1928, was renovated 50 years later. Witness the Grand Canyon’s story through photos, fossil exhibits, and a geologic time clock. The building’s glass front enables you to see tines of lightning span the horizon in late summer while you can witness the South Rim’s cover of snow in the winter time.
Other South Rim Attractions
Go from Yavapai Point to Hermit Road or start at Hermit Road and travel to Yavapai Point by taking one of the Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas. See all of the historic structures that make up Grand Canyon Village. The Village also is a great place to venture down one of the walking paths in this part of Grand Canyon National Park.
Take time today to learn more about the South Rim travel attractions and tours featured through Grand Vegas Tours. Book travel now and add even more value and excitement to your Vegas vacation stay.
About Grand Vegas Tours
Grand Vegas Tours provides travelers with exciting Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam tours that let you experience the natural beauty and history of the Southwest.
We are a family owned business, so we offer authentic local experiences. All of our luxury bus tours include a professional tour guide that will lead you to the most popular and incredible lesser known viewpoints at your destination.
If you prefer, you can enjoy a more personalized and interactive small group experience. Guests can travel with our professionally trained tour guides while learning about the flora, fauna, geology, and the history of the Southwest. At Grand Vegas Tours we know how to deliver the ultimate travel experience and leave each guest appreciating the natural elements that surround them.
If you are planning a special event, wedding, family reunion, or an office retreat we also have the perfect tour! Our qualified sales team can assist you in planning any excursion you are looking for!
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