Grand Canyon

Drone this way: Our favorite Las Vegas drone videos

Drone this way: Our favorite Las Vegas drone videos

Take it from this newbie who just got hip to the unique video-taking trend — these Las Vegas drone videos will blow your mind. These bird’s-eye views of Sin City got this blogger thinking, Wow — do I really live here? Let’s just call it out: Not everyone agrees with how drones operate.…

Father’s Day the Vegas way

Step away from the grill, this will NOT be another typical day with your dad. Vegas has just about anything you could ever want to try, see, or eat. So on this Father’s Day, you should treat dad like the man he was before he had to change diapers and…

Off-the-Strip fun for the whole family

Vegas is a lot like a zoo, filled to the brim with strutting exotic beauties, the supremely loud and sometimes ugly, and things that will just plain leave you scratching your head. Since we’ve spent all this time showing you what you actually can do with your kids in town,…

Grand Canyon South Rim re-opens

Under a deal between state and federal governments, limited areas of national parks have re-opened including portions of the Grand Canyon. President Obama’s administration has OK’d the re-opening with the caveat that the states must pay for the operation of the parks. Arizona has agreed to pay $651,000 to re-open…

Vegas Experts: Behind the Scenes at the Grand Canyon

VEGAS.com goes behind the scenes to experience the sweeping views, unparalleled vistas and colorful landscape of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is a short journey from the bright lights of Vegas. To learn more about the Grand Canyon,…

Vegas tours bring the heat this winter

We know what you’re thinking. Why in the world would anyone want to take a tour this time of year? After all, nothing sounds better than snuggling up in a sweater by the fireplace or in the confines of your hotel room. Despite the cold temperatures, we suggest you don’t shy…

Take a grand drive to the South Rim

[flagallery gid=64 name=”Gallery”] It’s called the “Grand” Canyon for a reason – and with a guided driving trip to the South Rim you’ll find out exactly why. Many tourists fly to the Grand Canyon because driving can be a lengthy trip. It’s about 300 miles there and back from Las…