Best Ways to See the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of the most gorgeous locations in the world, so your visit should be extraordinary. There are many ways to
explore this natural wonder, each allowing you to enjoy a different experience. We don't just want you to have a memorable visit;
we want you to have the experience of a lifetime. That's why we've compiled this list of best ways to see the Grand Canyon that
will take your breath away.
To experience the Grand Canyon close-up and feel as though you're in a Western adventure, take a mule ride into the canyon. The
sure-footed animals hug the cliff edges as you're treated to spectacular views. Mule rides often descend into the South Rim, which
is the canyon's most visited area. Be aware, though, that you and your group will need to meet the specified height and weight
requirements in order to be able to ride.
Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours
Maverick's Helicopters offer unique bird's-eye views of the canyon. On a helicopter tour, you can take in the spectacular sights as
your experienced, knowledgeable pilot provides information about the location you are passing. Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas are
available at various times of the day, combining aerial and ground exploration to give you an elite experience you'll never forget.
Some of our customer favorites are:
- Skywalk Odyssey Tour - During the Skywalk Odyssey Tour, you'll fly over Lake Las Vegas,
Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon and more. This tour also features a landing near the canyon's West Rim, where you'll be able to
step out onto the famed Grand Canyon Skywalk. As the highest footbridge in the world, the Skywalk is an engineering marvel.
Its glass surface extends more than 70 feet over the edge of the rim, offering breathtaking views of the canyon and the
- Indian Territory TourThis tour features a flight over Lake Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and
the extinct volcano, Fortification Hill. On this tour, you will also enjoy 3 different landings – in the Hualapai Indian Territory,
on the West Rim and at the Grand Canyon Skywalk where you will have the option to step out onto the glass bridge to view the canyon
below. This spectacular experience concludes with a flight over the Bowl of Fire and the Las Vegas Strip.
- Wind Dancer Tour This Grand Canyon landing excursion departs from our Las Vegas Strip trip terminal,
where you'll start your journey to one of the world's greatest natural wonders, the Grand Canyon. Soar over the iconic Hoover Dam
while enjoying panoramic views of Lake Mead and the Mojave Desert. Enjoy intimate views of Temple Rock, a unique rock formation on
the shoreline of Lake Mead and Fortification Hill, an extinct volcano. The ground drops away as you enter the Grand Canyon, descend
and land 3,500 feet below the rim at a private landing area on Hualapai Indian Territory. Champagne, beverages and a snack box are
served approximately 300 feet above the mighty Colorado River. Witness the stunning red rock formation of the Bowl of Fire from the
air as you return to Las Vegas. Conclude your adventure with a breathtaking flight over the Las Vegas Strip and above the mega-resorts.
We'll help you choose the tour that includes the sights you want to see to make your trip perfect for you.