Grand Canyon Voyager Exclusive Helicopter Tour with Optional Skywalk
This is the ultimate Grand Canyon helicopter tour experience.
Fly from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon and ascend past the historic Hoover Dam and glittering
Lake Mead before descending 4,000 feet to land on the floor of the Grand Canyon. Embark on a scenic riverboat ride along the
Colorado River. After, ascend via helicopter up to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon for a shuttle bus tour of the rim.
You will have approximately 3 hours to explore the Hualapai Ranch, Guano Point, and Eagle Point on your own depending on the time you spend at the rim of the canyon. This tour includes a complimentary lunch voucher along the way before returning to Las Vegas.
Our luxurious, shared, stretch limousine will arrive at your Las Vegas hotel and bring you to our lavish, pre-flight lounge featuring ample seating, vaulted ceilings, a spacious outdoor patio. After a short safety briefing, your assigned pilot will escort you to your helicopter. Along the way, one of our friendly team members will capture this special moment.
Once onboard, you will soar above major landmarks such as the marvel of the Hoover Dam, the mountain-and-basin topography of the Mojave Desert, cross the shimmering teal blue waters of Lake Mead, follow the winding path of the Colorado River as your adventure continues to the Grand Canyon.
Feast your eyes on the spectacular Grand Canyon. You will descend down into the Grand Canyon for a canyon excursion on a riverboat tour as you ride for 15 minutes with a Hualapai Tribal member along the mighty Colorado River. This is a different way to experience the Grand Canyon before you take off to land at the top of the canyon.
After your Grand Canyon riverboat tour, our pilot will fly you to the Grand Canyon West Airport terminal to start your Grand Canyon scenic adventure by foot. You will have the opportunity to explore all the points located at the Grand Canyon West.
The Grand Canyon Voyager Exclusive Helicopter Tour Highlights:
Luxurious, shared-stretch limousine pick up & drop off to select Las Vegas hotels
Aerial views of the Hoover Dam, Mojave Desert, Lake Mead, and the Colorado River
In-flight narration by your friendly pilot
Unimaginable views of the Grand Canyon from above and below
4,000 foot landing at the Grand Canyon
12-15 minute riverboat excursion along the Colorado River
Admission to the Grand Canyon West rim and all three major points (The Hualapai Ranch, Eagle Point, Guano Point)
4 hours at the Grand Canyon West Rim to explore on your own
Complimentary lunch voucher
Shuttle bus transportation
Views of the Las Vegas Strip & Downtown Las Vegas during the day
What to Know Before You Book a Grand Canyon Voyager Exclusive Helicopter Tour:
Champagne is not included on this tour
Access to the Skywalk Bridge is not included
You can determine the amount of time you spend at each attraction, but you must catch the shuttle back to the helipad at the designated return time for the conclusion of your Grand Canyon helicopter tour
Please be sure to bring your government-issued photo ID at tour check-in
Guests weighing over 275 pounds (A-Star) may be charged an additional comfort seat
Mobile devices must be on “Airplane Mode” during your flight
Bags are not permitted on flights. Complimentary lockers are available at the terminal
Children under 2 years of age must provide government-issued proof of age, such as a birth certificate or passport
The limousine service is shared with other Sundance passengers. Private limousines may be arranged upon request for a nominal fee
Hotel pickup is available from most centrally located Las Vegas hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
Pick up time is approximately 60 minutes prior to flight time
Photos are not allowed at the Airport tarmac
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Why Fly with Sundance Helicopters?
Visit our Why Fly Sundance page to learn more about what separates us from the other helicopter tour companies flying to the Grand Canyon. Here are some brief reasons: