Once you arrive at the canyon, you will be taken on an exclusive ground tour with a well-informed guide. You have the opportunity to view the canyon from the deepest, widest, and the most panoramic points at the South Rim. You may choose to take the rim walk (please check with your driver guide) to Bright Angel Lodge. With your free time, check out the exhibits featuring Indian and western artifacts as you walk through the historic Grand Canyon Village district area. (El Tovar, the train depot, Hopi House and more are all located here.)
In less than seven hours, we will pick you up at your Las Vegas hotel, and take you to a modern pressurized 18-passenger aircraft for a short 40-minute flight to the Grand Canyon National Park at the South Rim, providing you the best in air transportation from Las Vegas and return to Las Vegas.
Along the way, your air tour will include views of Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, extinct volcanoes and more.
This tour is a wonderful way to see the Grand Canyon for visitors who are limited on time. Exciting views of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, extinct volcanoes, the swirling waters of the Colorado River, the Rainbow Gardens and more. This amazing sightseeing flight provides views of some of the most unusual geological formations in the world.
You will appreciate nature’s largest masterpiece. These types of views are only possible to see from the air.
Your cultural journey begins with a four-and-a-half-mile bus tour along the rim of the Grand Canyon. Your hosts, the Hualapai, who are stewards of 108 miles of Grand Canyon frontage, will give you insight into their culture and lifestyle. Their stories and ancient tales are informative and fun as they pass on hundreds of years of knowledge to everyone. A lunch on the rim of the canyon is included. Use your free time to view some of the attractions this destination has to offer.
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of Mother Nature’s grandest masterpiece as you fly in an airplane to the Grand Canyon. Along the way, take in the Las Vegas Valley and check out the local landmarks. Next up is Hoover Dam. This man-made wonder cannot be appreciated until you see it from the air. You will be amazed at how this dam can hold back Lake Mead, the largest man-made lake in America. This deluxe flight is the maximum allowed by the FAA, NPS and the Hualapai Indian Tribe.
The Grand Canyon West Rim Tour provides a panoramic view that cannot be topped. Located 150 miles west of the National Park, this part of the West Rim of the Grand Canyon is home to the Hualapai Indian Nation (pronounced “wall-a-pie”). Your air and ground tour is like two different tours combined into one. It begins with your airplane flight over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, and the Rainbow Gardens. Your flight over the Grand Canyon will leave you breathless as you take in nature’s largest masterpiece. After completing your air tour, you will land at Grand Canyon West.
Fly from Sedona to the grandest of all natural wonders. See the Painted Desert, Navajo Reservation and the 12,600 foot high San Francisco Peaks on your way to a magnificent flight along the spectacular South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Includes the Red Rocks of Sedona, Oak Creek, Secret and Sycamore Canyons and much more.
Your tour to the Grand Canyon departs from the Sedona airport. Along the way, enjoy spectacular views as you circle the Red Rock formations of Sedona, soar past the San Francisco Peaks, the Painted Desert and the Navajo Indian Reservation before arriving at the south rim of the Grand Canyon which is at 7,000 ft. above sea level. Your flight continues for a scenic over-flight of the Grand Canyon on a route that only a few companies are allowed to fly. This 20-30 minute over-flight of one of nature’s most spectacular sights will give you a unique view of the Grand Canyon as you fly 1,000 feet above the rim.
Your journey from the Phoenix/Scottsdale area begins over the communities of Cave Creek and Carefree before reaching the rugged isolation of the Tonto National Forest. Continue on to the Verde Valley and catch a glimpse of ancient Indian cliff dwellings. Glide over Sedona for fabulous views of the famous Red Rocks and lush Oak Creek Canyon. From Sedona then past the beautiful canyons of the Mogollon Rim. Continue past Flagstaff and the San Francisco Peaks where the erosions byproduct of an extinct volcano marks Arizona’s highest point.
Landing at the Grand Canyon South Rim Airport for a guided tour of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. Your tour will include a stop at one of the impressive South Rim overlooks, and the Grand Canyon Historic Village where you may shop for souvenirs or some of the magnificent Native Arts and Crafts, go sightseeing, explore the interesting architecture of the El Tovar and the Hopi House, or take a long walk along the rim of the canyon.
For the adventurous at heart, fly by plane to the Hualapai Reservation on the West Rim of the Grand Canyon making the thrill of a lifetime. After arriving at the West Rim there is a choice to participate on the Perspectives Option or Cowboys & Indians Options