Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas go primarily to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, which is where the famous Skywalk is located. There are a few Grand Canyon tour operators that take visitors to the South Rim in Arizona, but you can usually assume that Grand Canyon tours being offered from Las Vegas go to Grand Canyon West. Tours to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon require a "tour package" as visitors are not permitted to drive themselves. The Hualapai Tribe runs the West Rim and the Skywalk, and this is the main source of income for the tribe. Because tour packages are mandatory, booking air tours, helicopter tours and multi-attraction day tours in Sprinters or HumVees are quite popular. Staying in Las Vegas and combining a Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon Skywalk tour all-in-one is not only time and cost-effective, but it's convenient and certainly done with Vegas style. Going on a Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas is certainly the way to go for those who want to see and experience this part of the Great Southwest, but with the most style and ease possible. Check out a full list our most popular Grand Canyon tours.