- Scenic helicopter flight over Lake Mead and Hoover Dam at sunset
- Recorded commentary by audio headphones on board
- Informative, friendly and professional pilot/guide
- Enjoy a low-level flight over the lights of the Las Vegas Strip
Recent Photos of this Tour
HelicopterPhoto by: azengUSA, 04 2011
View from HelicopterPhoto by: azengUSA, 04 2011
First helicopter ridePhoto by: NICOLA .V FBahamas, 05 2009
StripFromChopperPhoto by: BertNetherlands, 09 2012
DSC00843Photo by: BertNetherlands, 09 2012
DSC00841Photo by: BertNetherlands, 09 2012
From the helicopterPhoto by: S C05 2011
P1014970Photo by: Julia S01 2011
P1014945Photo by: Julia S01 2011
P1014941Photo by: Julia S01 2011
Start your twilight adventure with limousine transfers from your Las Vegas hotel to the airport. Board your helicopter for a twilight flight over Lake Mead and Hoover Dam from a vantage point like no other. During the flight, listen to informative narration by your pilot on your two-way headset and you are welcome to ask questions.
Continue your helicopter flight over downtown Las Vegas, Glitter Gulch and the Fremont Street Experience. Fly by the Stratosphere Tower and soar over the fabulous lights of the Las Vegas Strip. Catch a glimpse of the dancing waters of the Bellagio fountains, see the Eiffel Tower of Paris and New York skyline, and admire the Great Pyramid and Sphinx of the Luxor!
The flight time is approximately 35 minutes and on return to the helipad your limousine awaits to whisk you back to your hotel.
All helicopters hold a maximum of 6 people and have large windows to maximize your sightseeing during the flight.
Reviewed by Sally J W, February 2013
I actually was upgraded as the helicopter couldn't fly then So was replaced by a morning flight to the grand cannon and breakfast which was amazing with a wonderful friendly pilot.
Reviewed by Michael W, February 2013
Everyone at the terminal was very friendly and helpful. The pilot was extremely nice and added humor to the conversations. The only drawback to the tour was that we were assigned to the right side of the helicopter. Because of the flight path over Fremont St. and LV BLVD. we had to look across.