Your Grand Canyon helicopter tour will begin as you fly over the beautiful Lake Las Vegas, Lake Mead, the
world-famous Hoover Dam and Fortification Hill, an extinct volcano. Along the way you'll see breathtaking scenery
and wildlife of the Southwest.
Maverick Helicopters® will descend and land 3,500 feet into the Grand Canyon in Hualapai Indian Territory. You will
be served champagne and beverages some 300 feet above the mighty Colorado River surrounded by one of the greatest
natural wonders of the world.
You will journey back through the Grand Canyon and land on the West Rim, where you will enjoy the spectacular
views at Eagle Point and receive a brief introduction to the Hualapai Indian legends and culture. Then you'll
head to Guano Point, a breathtaking observation spot overlooking the Grand Canyon where you will be served a light
The Grand Canyon Skywalk
, the new glass bridge
attraction, is an optional activity on this tour. Additional activities can be arranged when you arrive at Grand
Canyon West by visiting the concierge desk.
After your stay at the West Rim, you will set out towards Las Vegas through the Bowl of Fire and conclude the
journey with a flight over the Las Vegas Strip.
The vision of the Skywalk was to enable visitors to walk beyond the canyon walls, becoming surrounded by the
Grand Canyon while standing at the edge of a glass bridge. This glass bridge is suspended more than 4,000 feet
above the Colorado River on the very edge of the Grand Canyon's West Rim. The
can be purchased directly through
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TIPS / TRIVIA
Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Valley of Fire are among the world’s top travel destinations. Every year, millions of people come to enjoy these natural and manmade wonders. And when they visit they take lots of photos—hundreds, maybe even thousands of them! Most will go home with okay snapshots, while others might give up—deciding to buy postcards or a book instead. Want to make the most of your photo opportunities? Here are a few tips to help you best capture these breathtaking destinations:
21 Reasons To Visit The Grand Canyon
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of reasons to visit the Grand Canyon. Being the largest National Park in the United States, you can hike, raft, picnic and many other things. Here are some reasons we would like to share.
Grand Canyon Facts and Trivia
So what exactly do you know about the famed rocky gorge located in the Arizona desert? For trivia about the Grand Canyon—one of the biggest and most interesting examples of erosion in the world—read here!
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