Welcome to Sweetours
Thank you for visiting our website. Sweetours offers an array of structured tours as well as custom
tours that you can create and tailor to your needs. This can be a one or two day tour. We
use state of the art vehicles in several sizes to also meet your needs. Click on any of the images
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a tour, request information about a tour or create your own memorable adventure.
- Providing private charter buses with 4 - 57 seats per bus. Transporting customers since 2000 for Tours, Corporate Travel, Private Charters, Educational, School Events, F.I.T. Travel, Airport Shuttle and more.
Death Valley - Largest National Park in the lower 48 states. See Devils Cornfield, Stovepipe Wells, Mesquite Dunes, Salt Creek, Harmony Borax Works, Mustard Canyon, Devil's Golf Course, Badwater, Artists Palette and much more.
Grand Canyon South Rim -
A Powerful and inspiring landscape, the Grand Canyon South Rim overwhelms our senses through its immense size. The Grand Canyon South Rim is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles across (at Mather Point) and 10 miles across at Bright Angel Lodge. The depth of the canyon is 1 mile. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate the canyon, make it a must see adventure.
Grand Canyon West Rim -
There are approximately one million acres at the West Rim that are privately owned by the Hualapai Indians. It’s very quiet and back to nature and offers a different experience than that of the South Rim. The Hualapai are very proud of their native history and share it with us in various displays at the Grand Canyon West Rim.
Grand Canyon North Rim -
The local’s secret! Most travelers to the Grand Canyon are familiar with the South and West Rims, but area locals have managed to keep the North Rim a secret. The secret is out! The North Rim is only 10 miles directly across from the South Rim (as the crow fly). Everything is so different at the North Rim; vegetation, wildlife and the weather. The North Rim offers three viewing points: Bright Angel Point (Visitor’s Center), Point Imperial (The highest point in the canyon 8,800 ft), and Cape Royal (Angel’s Window). Extreme winter weather conditions allow the park only to be open from May 15 to October 15.
Hoover Dam -
Hoover Dam is a spectacular testimony of our country’s ability to build this project during the depression. It took less than five years to build the largest dam of its time. It is rated as one of the Seven Modern Engineering Wonders. You will
explore the dam inside and out with the Government Power Plant tour which is included in your tour of the Hoover Dam.
Zion and Bryce Canyon -
Utah’s Zion National Park portrays the type of beauty that stops us in our tracks. As you take in the views, you will see that nature’s extreme forces and the violence of Mother Nature have created perfection in the heart of Utah’s color country. Utah is also home to Bryce Canyon. This phenomenal National Park has some of the most unusual erosional forms on the planet. Due to the snowfall and higher elevation, we only visit Bryce Canyon from May through October.
Hoover Dam Lake Mead Lunch Cruise -
The best way to experience Hoover Dam is to combine it with a smooth, relaxing cruise aboard a paddle wheel vessel, known as the Desert Princess, which was built especially to cruise the clear blue waters of Lake Mead. This adventure gives you an up-close look at Mother Nature in all her raw beauty while you enjoy a deli lunch and beverage.
Neon Lights - After a short stop at Hoover Dam for photos, it's off to enjoying the night life of the Las Vegas Strip. This experience will have you enjoying Las Vegas in the best way possible. Getting your picture taken in front of the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign, watching spectacular water shows, awesome erupting volcanos and catching light shows under a canopy at Glitter Gulch on Fremont Street downtown, are a few of the things that you will experience
on this exciting Neon Light Tour.