This tour includes a visit to Hoover Dam followed by 3 hours at the Grand Canyon West Rim on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. Hoover Dam is the highest structure of its kind in the world, and a spectacular sight for its enormous dimensions, complex design and construction.
The tour includes a trip to the Visitor Center and Historical Displays, views from the “interior” base of the dam into the Generator Room, the fascinating Hoover Dam Movie, the Top of the Dam, and Lake Mead, the world's largest man-made reservoir, the eastern edge of the chasm in Arizona where you'll experience fabulous views of the dam.
In addition, you will walk across the top of the Dam into Arizona where there are wonderful photo ops of the new Hoover Dam Bridge. As a bonus, you'll stop at a local park where herds of Big Horn Sheep often come down from the surrounding mountains to graze. Afterward, you'll cross the striking High Desert of Arizona and visit the incredible 900-year-old Joshua Tree Forest, Eagle Point & Guano Point (with 3 hours to explore the rim of the Grand Canyon). You’ll enjoy a picnic lunch at the rim, stroll the wooden boardwalk of the Hualapai Ranch & Western Town and see Native American dancing and dwellings.