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Since 1910, Gray Line has been a trusted provider of traveler experiences and sightseeing tours in the world’s most sought after locations. Helping you discover a new destination – that’s our passion! With hundreds of local offices, our team of on-site experts is there to help you see the sights and do the things that you just can’t miss.

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Gray Line Las Vegas the Local Expert. Choosing the right tour is an important decision. Choosing the right tour operator is an even bigger decision. Don’t leave your vacation to chance. Insist on the best… Guided tours or adventure activities? Iconic landmarks or hidden gems? We’ve got you covered – now it’s up to you to FIND A REASON TO GO!


Grand Canyon South Rim Motor Coach Tour from Las Vegas


Grand Canyon West Rim Motor Coach Tour From Las Vegas


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The Bucket Life Original Video Series

We say life is MORE than a to-do list...

It's a journey to live for! To celebrate the true meaning of travel, its beauty, and its ability to bring us together as a human race, Gray Line has launched a new video series: the Bucket Life.

Take a minute from your busy day to watch this video and imagine yourself in Las Vegas.

Or, watch the original trailer here for The Bucket Life.

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Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Helicopter Ride...Get ready for a Wild West adventure at the Grand Canyon West Rim!

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Visit an American Icon on a Hoover Dam Tour from Gray Line Las Vegas

Built over five years during the Great Depression, Hoover Dam is one of the United States' most incredible architectural wonders. Hoover Dam sits on the border of Arizona and Nevada, about 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas. The dam sees over one million visitors a year who come to learn about the history and operation of the dam. Take in the sweeping views across Black Canyon, the Colorado River, and Lake Mead.

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