Fly on a helicopter down to the Colorado River from the Grand Canyon West Rim! This day trip from Las Vegas includes a visit to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Embark on a riverboat cruise down the Colorado River, followed by a helicopter ride into the Grand Canyon.
Return to the canyon’s West Rim for a stop at Guano Point, a stroll along the Grand Canyon Skywalk, and shopping at the Hualapai Indian Village. Then, return to the South Rim. Lunch is also included, as is hotel pickup and drop-off.
- 20-minute helicopter ride
- A short boat tour on the Colorado River
- Time at the Canyon edge to take in amazing views and lunch
- Photo stop at Hoover Dam
Grand Canyon West Rim Drive, Fly, Float Tour
Dive on this Grand Canyon helicopter tour into the hidden beauty of the Grand Canyon floor. This trip to Pink Jeep Tours is an exclusive pass for highway, air, and Colorado River travel.
Your unlimited trip starts with a custom-built Pink Jeep Tours Trekker for luxurious convenience. Look out of the window for immediate views of Lake Mead’s glittering waters as you head to the Grand Canyon.
You are entering a flourishing Joshua Tree forest as you continue to cross the Mojave Desert towards your Grand Canyon helicopter trip. These spike-leafed evergreens are growing in the globe nowhere else. As you zoom in to your beautiful destination, these abundant Joshua Trees seem to wave.
Welcome to the Canyon of Grand. Are you prepared for your helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon? Board your luxury aircraft down the canyon for 4,000 feet. This descent is an exciting journey back in time, providing panoramic views through four geological eras of six million years of erosion. As you descend deeper and deeper into the canyon, each angle seems to reveal its own shape and hue. There is no stopping of the adventure.
Once you land your helicopter, for a 10-minute trip down the mighty Colorado River, you’ll board an excursion ship. Be camera-ready. Your ride across the Colorado River offers scenic views of red cliffs, lush vegetation, and spectacular rock formations hidden from the rim perspective. Keep an eye open for incredible photo opportunities.
Hungry? Your specialist tour guide is prepared to demonstrate you around to more viewpoints on the Grand Canyon’s western rim after your Grand Canyon helicopter tour landing back on elevated ground. At Eagle Point and Guano Point, you’ll love the views and you’ll have time to enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner.
The tour cost does not include the Grand Canyon Skywalk experience. If you want to join the Grand Canyon Skywalk experience, you can buy tickets through us for $25 per person at the time of booking. This bold glass and steel bridge walkway stretches 70 feet beyond the rim, offering invisible views of 4,000 feet below the Grand Canyon ground.
A helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon is incomplete without immersing itself in the culture of the Native Americans. Explore the Hualapai Village and shop at the Hualapai Market to introduce yourself to the Hualapai heritage. Don’t miss the Hualapai Nation’s dance performances and story-telling legends brought to life.
There’s time for a quick stop on the Arizona side of the Hoover Dam on your return from the Grand Canyon. Capture the wonderful beauty of the Hoover Dam and the Colorado River with your eyes and cameras. Pose for a timeless picture with a mountainous rock background looming across turquoise waters. Your guide is going to insist that you take your image.
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