Available Tours of the Grand Canyon Skywalk from Las Vegas
Take a stroll 4,000 feet in the air on the Skywalk, surrounded by nothing but glass, steel, and Canyon stone. Then, pay a visit to a local Native American village and find authentic artifacts and art.
Get the VIP treatment when our luxury motorcoach takes you to the Grand Canyon West Rim. See the magnificent canyon walls from its best vantage point: suspended 4,000 feet in the air on the Skywalk Bridge.
Experience a Grand Canyon tour including everything the West Rim is famous for: the Skywalk Bridge, a helicopter landing to the bottom, and even a boat ride on the Colorado River.
What To Expect on Your Las Vegas to Skywalk Grand Canyon Tour
Take a Papillon Grand Canyon aerial sightseeing tour from Las Vegas, departing from Boulder City Municipal Airport. Spectacular aerial views on your flight to Grand Canyon will include Hoover Dam and the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, breathtaking views of Lake Mead, the Mojave Desert and of course Grand Canyon itself. Upon arrival at Grand Canyon West Rim, and the Hualapai Nation you will have the opportunity to experience the world-famous glass bridge, known as the Skywalk, which extends 70 feet from the canyon rim and is suspended 4,00 feet above the canyon floor. Our included VIP skywalk tickets guarantee easy access. The views from the bridge are awe inspiring but remember – No cameras are allowed on the bridge itself. If you want those famous selfies from the edge, then your shuttle will stop at famous look out points, Guano Point and Eagle Point. At Eagle point you can also explore the Hualapai tribe’s history at the Native American Village and enjoy a quick bite at the Sky View Restaurant.
Vegas to Skywalk at Grand Canyon Tour FAQs
How much does it cost to visit the Skywalk?
If you are not booking a tour through Papillon, the minimum price to visit the West Rim and experience the Skywalk is $79.00. With Papillon's world-class helicopter, airplane, and bus tours you'll receive a complimentary VIP pass to skip the lines at the Skywalk. It's a price you just can't beat!
Do I need a visa or passport to go on a tour of the Skywalk?
Yes, all passengers booked on a Grand Canyon Skywalk tour must have a government-issued form of identification before boarding or receiving their ticket.
How far is it from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
With normal traffic it takes about 4 hours to drive round trip from Las Vegas to the Skywalk. Aboard one of our airplanes or helicopters that same trip takes only 35 minutes each way allowing you more time exploring at the west rim and less in the car.
What are the days and hours of operation at the Skywalk?
The West Rim of the Grand Canyon is open to the public Monday to Sunday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm from October through March, and from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm daily from April through September. Papillon Skywalk tours are available during park hours excluding Christmas day.
Types of Skywalk at Grand Canyon Tours
While the Grand Canyon Skywalk is undoubtedly a highlight of any tour to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, it's only a glimpse at all that this wonder of the world has to offer. Tack on a helicopter, airplane or bus tour to your Skywalk Grand Canyon trip to round out your southwestern adventure.
Helicopter Tours to the Grand Canyon Skywalk
Although there are many ways to travel to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, few will take your breath away like the spectacular aerial view aboard a Papillon helicopter tour. With more than 50 years flying the Grand Canyon and beyond, Papillon is the largest and most experienced helicopter tour operator in the world.
Papillon helicopter tours from Las Vegas introduce thousands of guests to the jewels of the American Southwest each year. Not only will your flight of the West Rim include a stop at the Skywalk, but also a visit to Hualapai Ranch and a short climb to the canyon' summit for a breathtaking 360-degree view.
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Bus Tours to the Grand Canyon Skywalk
If you prefer not to travel by air, embark on a sightseeing adventure aboard one of Papillon's state-of-the-art Las Vegas bus tours. While cruising en route to the Skywalk, you will gaze out at the engineering marvel of the Hoover Dam, the rare Joshua Tree forest, and the exquisite Hualapai Indian Nation, before reaching your destination of the Grand Canyon West Skywalk.
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Airplane Tours to the Grand Canyon Skywalk
Soar through the air above Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon aboard one of Papillon's airplane tours that include a stop at the Grand Canyon West Rim Skywalk. From the air, you can see across the vast expanse of the Grand Canyon and straight down to the mighty Colorado River rushing across the canyon floor.
Papillon's airplanes are completely designed with our guests' comfort and sightseeing needs in mind. The large windows and soaring vantage point will allow even amateur photographers to shoot professional-level photos to cherish for a lifetime.