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Grand Canyon All American Helicopter Tour
Take an exciting helicopter ride from Las Vegas airport to the Grand Canyon. This scenic flight is 45 minutes each way. At the Canyon, set down on the floor for a champagne picnic. Coming back on your return flight you’ll fly low over the Vegas Strip.
Grand Canyon West Rim, Luxury Helicopter Tour
Travel in a five-star luxury helicopter to a most incredible natural wonder. Hear informative commentary as you enjoy spectacular aerial views of the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead. Then soar over the Colorado River and into the majestic Grand Canyon.
Ultimate Grand Canyon 4-in-1 Helicopter Tour
Fly to the Grand Canyon from Vegas. Touch down to the floor and cruise the Colorado River by boat. Explore the West Rim via shuttle bus. Visit Eagle Point Indian Village and have and Hualapai Indian lunch, served at Guano Point.
the Grand Canyon makes the most incredible vacation.
Five million people visit this awe inspiring place each year. With over 1.2 million acres of breathtaking scenery, its not hard to see why.
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