This aerial tour, limited to six people, lifts off from Page Municipal Airport in a state-of-the-art EcoStar helicopter.
Begin by flying east over Antelope Canyon on Navajo land. Antelope Canyon includes two separate slot canyon sections, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon and Antelope Canyon — or the Crack and the Corkscrew, respectively.
Also, see Lake Powell, a reservoir on the Colorado River that sits along the border between Utah and Arizona. It is the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States and a popular tourist destination. And the Grand Staircase, an enormous sequence of sedimentary rock layers.
Finally, land on top of Tower Butte, one of Mother Nature’s most unique rock formations, for 20 minutes of unparalleled sightseeing. The panoramic view from here is simply breathtaking. See all the aforementioned sites plus Glen Canyon, the Kaiparowitz Plateau and the Vermillion Cliffs. Bring a camera to capture the incredible views while learning about Navajo history and culture from the pilot/guide.
The tour concludes with a return trip to the airport in Page.