(480) 256-8268

Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon 1-Day Tour

Luxury Mercedes Sprinter Van - Seats 14 - $1249 
(National Park entry fee of $8 per-guest, taxes, lunch, fees and driver gratuity is not included).

  • Competitor Price Comparison -  7 Guests x $170 = $1190
  • 100% Private - Competitors Are Not Private
  • What you'd expect traveling 1st Class
  • Wide comfortable soft leather seats
  • Room to stretch your legs
  • TV/Blueray
  • Table
  • Quiet interior
  • Rear entertainment system
  • ​Beverages included
  • ​Book below, or call (480) 256-8268
  • ​email Todd direct at todd@toddscarservice.com

Hoover Dam - Photo Stop

Grand Canyon National Park

Seilgman - Route 66

Grand Canyon National Park encompasses canyons, river tributaries, and surrounding grounds. The Grand Canyon is situated in Arizona's northwestern quadrant. With millions of visitors making the trip to the canyon each year, this park is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. In addition, the park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.

The Grand Canyon had a long and arduous road to becoming a national park, beginning in the 1880s with several failed congressional bills. After making multiple visits to the area, Theodore Roosevelt declared the Grand Canyon a National Monument in 1908. The bill to grant national park status to the area was passed in 1919 and signed by then-President Woodrow Wilson.

Hoover Dam, originally known as Boulder Dam from 1933 to 1947, when it was officially renamed Hoover Dam by a joint resolution of Congress, is a concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between the U.S. states of Nevada and Arizona.


It was constructed between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression and was dedicated on September 30, 1935, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Its construction was the result of a massive effort involving thousands of workers, and cost over one hundred lives.

Why take your Tour with us?

  1. People - Your tour guide becomes part of your Group/Family; not simply the person driving the vehicle.
  2. Privacy - It's just you and your family/group.  What you need, you get.  Need to stop, we stop.
  3. Freedom - Make changes, stay longer/shorter, skip that to see this.  You're in charge.
  4. Convenience - Pickup/Drop-off where you're staying.  No traveling to pickup location.
  5. Vehicles - Only first class vehicles.  Comfortable wide leather seats, quiet interior, and room to stretch out and relax.

Luxury Van - Seats 8 - $949 
(National Park entry fee of $8 per-guest, taxes, lunch, fees and driver gratuity is not included).​

  • Competitor Price Comparison - 5 Guests x $170 = $850
  • 100% Private - Competitors Are Not Private
  • ​What you'd expect traveling 1st Class
  • Wide comfortable soft leather seats
  • Room to stretch your legs,
  • Quiet interior
  • Rear entertainment system
  • ​Beverages included
  • ​Book below, or call (480) 256-8268
  • ​email Todd direct at todd@toddscarservice.com

​​​The Seligman was on the original U.S. Route 66 from 1926 through 1978, when Interstate 40 bypassed it a few miles south. Seligman experienced its real heyday after World War II, when returning veterans and other motorists hit the road and made the Southwest a popular tourist destination.


The Seligman Commercial Historic District protects the historical central area's early 20th century commercial buildings along Historic Route 66, a revived popular tourist destination

​Luxury SUV - Seats 6 - $849
(National Park entry fee of $8 per-guest, taxes, lunch, fees and driver gratuity is not included).

  • Competitor Price Comparison - 4 Guests x $170 = $680
  • 100% Private - Competitors Are Not Private
  • ​Loaded luxury vehicles
  • Leather seating
  • Ultra quiet interiors
  • Many have entertainment systems
  • Beverages included
  • Book below, or call (480) 256-8268
  • email Todd direct at todd@toddscarservice.com