Grand Canyon National Park
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South Rim Helicopter, Airplane, & Rafting Tours
Helicopter and ground tours of the Grand Canyon can provide you with some of the most majestic scenes ever to be found on the planet. You can opt for several different tours that will show you the various rims of the Canyon, help you to understand the influence of the Colorado River and allow you to view some of the most beautiful rock formations in bright red and orange hues.
Airplane air and rafting tours of the Grand Canyon will allow you to enjoy aerial views of this natural wonder as well as get up close and personal with it. You will be able to sit back and soak in the views from high above in an airplane. Then, you can hop into a raft and splash through the rapids to get in touch with all of the things in the Grand Canyon that you can only see from the River.
We offer some of the best airplane air and rafting tours of the Grand Canyon. We’ve been in business for over forty years, proving that we know a thing or two about the area. As a result, we have got a countless list of activities that you can participate in at the Grand Canyon. It has also become our goal to offer some of the most innovative tours in the area for you and your guests.
When you take extended helicopter rides in Las Vegas, we will show you The Strip in all of its glory. From the north end to the south end, you’ll be able to see the pyramid of Luxor, the Eifel Tower of Paris, and newer hotels like the Cosmopolitan, as well as many of the other casinos. When you finally make it to Las Vegas, our helicopter rides can turn your vacation into one that you will never forget.
You can also find extended helicopter rides of the Grand Canyon. This will allow you to see the north and eastern rims in all of their breathtaking beauty. You will cross over Zuni point, which is a canyon that was formed over a billion years ago. This area has been photographed and painted by artists for many years. You will also fly over Dragon Corridor, where the Canyon is the widest and deepest.
If you’ve always wondered what has been going on with the Kaibab Forest, you will be able to get an overview of it, too. Our pilots will fly you above the aspens, pines and firs while pointing out some of the rock formations down below as well.
All of our tours include audio recordings for you to sit back and enjoy. You will be able to choose from 12 languages including English, ensuring you can hear about the history of the Grand Canyon and be on the lookout for specific formations, including Temple Butte near the South Rim of the Canyon.
Choosing extended helicopter rides in Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon can be one of the greatest thrills of your life. It is our goal to help you take advantage of these sights in any way that we can. Whether you are going alone or with a group, we will work to accommodate you so you have something to talk about when you go back home. We’ll pick you up at the Vegas hotel you’re staying at or we’ll meet you at the Grand Canyon National Park. Regardless of where you’re at, we can find a meeting point that will work, allowing you to take advantage of the natural beauty that surrounds you in Nevada and Arizona.
Designated a National Park in 1919, the Grand Canyon has grown to be one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations. Averaging close to five million tourists each year, the Canyon gives sightseers the chance to roam around the Rim, hike or ride a mule to the bottom, take to the air with Grand Canyon helicopter tours, or a Grand Canyon rafting tour down the mighty Colorado River. Coupled with arresting views and countless activities, the Canyon’s is worthy of its status as one of the world’s wonders.
Grand Canyon Village located on the South Rim, 80 miles northwest of Flagstaff, Arizona. Entrance fees to the Park vary according to the type of pass visitors require. The South Rim of the Park is open 24 hours, 365 days a year, while the North Rim is closed from late October to mid-May due to snow.