Grand Canyon West Rim is the home of the famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, which is run by the Hualapai Tribe. Visitors of Grand Canyon West must purchase a "Grand Canyon tour package" that transports visitors from a parking area outside of the Reservation to the Visitors' Center and Skywalk. Other attractions and points of interest are available through these tour packages such as Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and air tours over the Grand Canyon. The West Rim of the Grand Canyon is also near the put-in for many Colorado River rafting and float trips. Havasupai Falls, the gorgeous, turquoise waterfalls, can also be accessed near the West Rim. Visiting Havasupai Falls requires advanced permit reservations. Here's all the information you need to visit Havasupai Falls.
Grand Canyon West is most commonly visited by those starting their journey in Las Vegas. You'll find that air tours, helicopter tours, and day tour shuttles to the Grand Canyon are common. This is certainly one of the best ways to experience this Wonder of the World in style. Las Vegas tour operators are second to none, but if you'd like to stay in Boulder City or Kingman, these too, are fine places to catch a Grand Canyon West Rim tour.