Las Vegas Ultimate Helicopter Tour to the Grand Canyon – Plus Free Skywalk

Don’t miss a visit to the Grand Canyon when you’re in Las Vegas. Get a bird’s eye view of the magnificent Grand Canyon. It’s one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world. Fly from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon by helicopter, cruise the Colorado River, then spend time at the West Rim.

Experience the unique Grand Canyon Skywalk attraction and tell your friends all about it! Step out onto a glass-floored, 70-foot long, open-air Skywalk observation deck that juts out 4,000 feet above the canyon floor and the Colorado River. The Grand Canyon Skywalk offers 360-degree panoramic views – hope you’re not afraid of heights!

Book the Ultimate Grand Canyon 4-in 1 Helicopter Tour. This FUN tour includes a Grand Canyon Skywalk visit, a cruise on the Colorado River, a visit to an Indian Village, and a Hualapai Indian buffet lunch.Your adventure begins in style. Arrive at Las Vegas Airport by limo where you’ll catch a 45-minute helicopter flight over the Nevada and Arizona desert to the Grand Canyon West Rim. See major landmarks along the way, including the Colorado River and Hoover Dam.

When you get to Grand Canyon West, you’ll descend 4,000 feet (1,200 meters) below the rim to land by the Colorado River and take a FUN 15-minute narrated boat ride. Afterwards, you’ll have time to explore the top of the canyon . Enjoy Four Hours of Free Time at the West Rim.

Highlights include:

  • Skywalk adventure – walk over the edge of the canyon on the Skywalk’s transparent glass bridge
  • Visit Eagle Point Indian Village and explore Native American history and culture
  • Hualapai Indian buffet lunch, served at Guano Point, overlooking the Colorado River

At the end of the day, you’ll fly back to Vegas – over the famous Las Vegas Strip. It’s quite a sight!

Note: Maximum capacity of 6 people per helicopter, plus your pilot.

Ultimate Grand Canyon 4-in-1 Helicopter Tour

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