To celebrate the launch of Benoic.com, we are giving away 10 Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tours, redeemable for a full year!
We’ll announce one winner every week for five weeks. Each winner gets to bring a buddy for FREE. Twice the fun!
How to enter:
- Like Benoic Ventures’ page on Facebook
- Like the giveaway post
- Tag a travel buddy in a comment on the giveaway post
You must enter by noon on Oct 27th, 2016.
See details and terms and conditions.
“Always WIN; travel with Benoic.”
We know you’ve been waiting, and we’re finally ready to bust open the doors! Benoic.com is live and ready to take you on your next great adventure — and that could be sooner than you think.
Starting Monday, September 26, we’re kicking off five weeks of giveaway goodness and sending five lucky winners (plus the travel buddy of their choice!) to a real Wonder.
If Vegas is home, then the Grand Canyon is Benoic’s backyard, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate our stunning new site than by taking you on a top-rated tour to one of our favorite destinations in the U.S.: the Grand Canyon South Rim.
The Grand Canyon South Rim Premium Bus Tour culminates in breathtaking panoramic views of the canyon and its rich red rock layers, but it is a true experience from the time your expert guide picks you up from your Las Vegas hotel to the time they drop you off later that night. The views are spectacular, and the experience is unforgettable.
To enter, all you need to do is like our Facebook page and giveaway post. Then, tag a travel buddy in a comment and you’re good to go.
Don’t forget: The festivities kick off on Monday, so stay tuned and follow us for updates.
“Always WIN, travel with Benoic.”
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In honor of Labor Day Weekend, here are some of our all-time favorite Vegas day trips. All of them are two hours from the city or less, which means you won’t be wasting too much valuable long-weekend time on the road.
Having trouble making a decision? Find out more here: The Best Day Trips From Vegas.
Related: Labor Day Weekend Itinerary: 3 Days in San Diego
If you’re planning your first trip to Las Vegas, odds are the Grand Canyon is somewhere in your itinerary. The Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and one of the most popular travel destinations in the United States. Although the Grand Canyon (Arizona) is in a different state than Las Vegas (Nevada), you can easily drive to the Grand Canyon from Vegas. After living in Vegas for sometime, the most common question I get besides “Which buffet is the best?” is “Should I go to the West or South Rim?”.
The West Rim, home of the transparent Skywalk bridge, is privately owned and managed by the Hualapai Indian tribe, while the South Rim, also known as Grand Canyon National Park, is managed by the National Park Service of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Since it is a four-hour drive from the West Rim to the South, it is rare for travelers to visit both, and important to know the differences between the two before making a decision.
With theme parks cropping up left and right, it’s time to get back to nature for your next family vacation and make the trek out to the Grand Canyon. It has long been a quick stop on the cross-country road trip or a fly-over zone for Vegas helicopter rides, but the natural wonder has so much more to offer.
Why not stay longer and see every side of the Grand Canyon, from West Rim to South? There are cabins, camping and hotels all within a rock’s throw of this fissure in the Colorado Plateau. Native Americans, Spanish explorers and American explorers all set their sights on this desert land. The unique plants, animals, and fossils are what make this place a world wonder, and it is a great place to spend some serious time.
Aside from casual sightseeing at the South Rim (averaging 7,000 feet [2,100 m] above sea level), rafting, hiking, running, and helicopter tours are popular. The floor of the valley is accessible by foot, mule back, or by boat or raft from upriver. The Hualapai Tribe opened the glass-bottomed Grand Canyon Skywalk on their property, Grand Canyon West. Only on the Skywalk can you stare down into the heart of the canyon.
Another great option is the Grand Canyon Railway. A trip on the train is a perfect family friendly way to entertain young kids and see awe-inspiring sights at the same time. This incredible backdrop is all you need for a nature-inspired vacation everyone will love.
Call us to embark on your journey: (800) 675-4157.
The next time you’re in Las Vegas, set one morning aside to wake with the sun and climb aboard a bus bound for wonder at nearby Grand Canyon National Park.