- Grand Canyon helicopter tour of the West Rim
- Scenic helicopter flight to the Grand Canyon West Rim from Boulder City
- The helicopter tour flies over Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam
- Take in the sights during a 35-minute flight each way in a state-of-the-art, six-passenger jet helicopter
- Enjoy a 30-minute Champagne picnic below the rim
- Choose between morning or afternoon flights
- Learn about the geological features you're seeing from live commentary by your pilot
- Choose the sunset departure for an upgraded sightseeing experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Choose the sunset upgrade for a romantic view of the Grand Canyon. Also, take advantage of the iPads and wifi in the vans for the ride from Vegas to the flight terminal.
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What You Can Expect
Once you pass over the terra cotta–hued landscape, you’ll descend and land 3,200 feet (960 meters) below the Grand Canyon’s rim for a Champagne picnic. Pop the bubbly and take in the sights from inside the canyon, with your pilot/guide nearby to answer any and all questions about the natural wonder or your helicopter flight.
After your picnic, catch one last sky-high peek at the Grand Canyon on your 35-minute return helicopter flight. Your trip will end at Boulder City Airport where you'll be returned to your Las Vegas hotel.
There is a maximum capacity of 6 people per helicopter plus your pilot.
Please note: The listed price does not include a USD $55 per person fuel surcharge, payable at the time of tour check-in. The fuel surcharge is required by our local supplier and is not within our control. Total tour duration is inclusive of hotel pickup and drop-off.
The trip was wonderful and I would recommend it. However, the picnic was rushed and we could have used a little more time to finish our food.
Overall, an excellent trip. The staff was friendly throughout. The pilot was cheeky in a fun a way. Seeing the Grand Canyon from the air was priceless. Only a few disappointments though: not enough time in the canyon and the $50 video of the tour wasn't very good; it was too grainy and the camera angles were bad. To be fair, though, we were traveling in the morning, so the sun was still in the east.