|By PR Newswire||
|August 1, 2014 08:23 PM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As soon you land in Las Vegas for the first time, it's easy to see why the city is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet. There's certainly plenty to see and do – so much that it can actually be a bit overwhelming. That's why it's such a great relief to take advantage of State Van rentals at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport for a number of reasons. When you rent a van, you can get around safely and comfortably, from the increasingly hip vintage old-school Vegas of Fremont Street to the newest and flashiest additions on the Strip. Of course, after a few days amid the lights, glitz and glamor, you might find yourself yearning for the chance to reconnect with nature, and that's where a State Van rental in Las Vegas, NV proves truly invaluable. Las Vegas happens to have been built within driving distance from stunning natural wonders like the Grand Canyon – and a van rental from State Van can get your group there without ever sacrificing comfort and style.
Grand Canyon National Park is a quick drive of about four hours from Vegas and, when making the trip in a rental from State Van, it will provide an experience that you'll never forget. It's true that the North Rim of the Grand Canyon has a short season due to snow accumulation – from May 15th to October 15th each year,. However, the South Rim of the Canyon is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including visitor services like camping, lodging, and restaurants. Reservations should be made in advance, though, particularly in the busy summer season – after all, the Grand Canyon is one of the most popular tourist sites on the planet!
To make your visit as easy as possible, you can simply park your State Van Rental vehicle at the park's visitor center and take a free shuttle bus into the Grand Canyon Village area. From there, you can enjoy guided hiking tours with a park ranger, tours on mule-back and even raft trips down the Colorado River. Perhaps best of all, you can always take advantage of a respite from the elements in a comfortable rental from State Van.
If you're traveling with your family or an intimate group of up to seven friends, your best bet for luxurious traveling is undoubtedly the agency's conversion van rental. It includes features like a CD player, TV, VCR, sleek leather seats and even a rear bench seat that folds into a bed ideal for relaxing and enjoying the night sky. Larger extended family or social groups can keep the whole gang together in a spacious, 8, 12 or even 15-passenger conversion van from State Van – vehicles that provide the perfect mix of comfort and function.
If you're looking to see the wonders of the Southwest during your next Las Vegas trip, remember to reserve your State Van rental as soon as possible. You can contact the agency by dialing 888-315-6888 toll free. You can also make a reservation online at www.statevan.com.
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