Friday, March 4, 2016

What to Expect on a Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour

What better way to tour the Grand Canyon than by air? There’s a reason why helicopters are associated with the rich and famous – it’s a fantastic, luxurious way to travel, offering truly unique vantage points. Whether you’d like a relatively short flight or would prefer an excursion of several hours, complete with a landing in the canyon, there are plenty of tours to choose from.

You’ll travel in modern, air-conditioned luxury as you enjoy breathtaking sights people come from all over the world to appreciate. Be sure to bring your camera along to capture the sights!

A helicopter tour will make any trip special and provide memories to last a lifetime. You’ll have certified pilots and knowledgeable guides who will offer unique insights about the Grand Canyon’s history, including entertaining local legends. If you’d also like to see other sites, such as the Hoover Dam, several flights travel to additional landmarks.

The following helicopter tours of Las Vegas are extremely popular with clients from the U.S. and abroad who have enjoyed the trip of a lifetime:

VIP Skywalk Tour
Explore the Grand Canyon, and for a truly one-of-a-kind view, see more from the Skywalk, a glass-bottomed observation deck. You’ll also be able to view the West Rim, Fortification Hill (an extinct volcano), Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, and the glittery Las Vegas Strip.

The West Rim Landing
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See Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, and the Grand Canyon all in one tour! You’ll have an exclusive landing spot deep inside the canyon, where you’ll be able to explore the area as well.

Western Escape
Begin your trip by flying over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, Fortification Hill, and Temple Rock. Your next destination will be the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, where you’ll be able to explore the Hualapai Village and interact with tribe members. For an amazing view, check out the Skywalk observation deck.

Sunset Deluxe
A tour of man-made and natural wonders, this sunset tour takes you into the Grand Canyon, where you’ll land in the Hualapai Indian Territory. You’ll also get to see Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, Fortification Hill, Colorado River, and the glittering Las Vegas Strip.

South Rim Express
Travel over the lush Kaibab National Forest, the Tower of Ra, and Vishnu Schist, the Grand Canyon’s oldest rock layer. You’ll also get to see Dragon Corridor, the canyon’s widest, deepest area.
Canyon Air Express
Experience the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas from the air as your see Hoover Dam, Lake Las Vegas, Fortification Hill, the Black Canyon, and Las Vegas Valley. You’ll fly close enough to Lake Mead to spot the area’s wildlife!

Rim Dancer
This tour begins on the South Rim, above the Kaibab National Forest, with the North Rim coming into view as you fly. You’ll see sights including Sea Point Imperial (the canyon’s northernmost point), and the Tower of Ra.

For more information about helicopter tours of Las Vegas, call the VegasDaze staff at 1-855-895-3293 or 702-851-3293.


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