Canyon Express Pass Makes Travel Easier for Visitors
Dateline: Las Vegas, February 3, 2020
Starting in March, visitors will have a new option for transportation between Las Vegas, Grand Canyon National Park, Antelope Canyon, Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park. The Canyon Explorer Pass will allow travelers to by a transportation pass for $395 which allows travel for up to 12 days throughout the regional network.
The Canyon Express Pass is offered and operated by National Park Express, a tour and transportation company based in Las Vegas with over 40 vehicles serving the network.
David Huang, President of National Park Express shares, “Visitors want to be able to travel in their own way, and have the freedom to stay how long they like, in the destinations they choose. This new pass supports the trend of increasingly independent travel planning.”
Travelers will also be able to book accommodations as well as attractions and tours in the local areas. This unique network affords the travelers with options of multi-day trips to visit these beautiful areas at their own pace.
More information is available at www.CanyonExpressPass.com. Additional company information is available at www.NationalParkExpress.com.
About National Park Express
National Park Express provides visitors to the Southwest United States the choice and flexibility to book their travel to the destinations they choose, and at their pace. For travelers who prefer not to drive a car, this transportation network offers them options they have not previously enjoyed, while keeping the itinerary affordable. National Park Express is operated by CHD, Inc.
For more information, please contact
VP Public Relations
National Park Express
3525 W. Hacienda Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89118
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