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Comparing Grand Canyon Airplane Excursions

Author : Keith Kravitz   Top Author

Believe the Grand Canyon is stunning from the terrain? Hold out until you see it via the ease of an airplane! Absolutely nothing let's an individual totally understand the elegance of the canyon like one of those air travels. To help you find the one that is suitable for yourself, I composed up this article assessing the very best canyon flights. Browse it and I'm certain you'll find the trip of your ambitions.

Departure Point

Before you jump ahead, you ought to secure your starting point. Options are Las Vegas, NV, as well as Grand Canyon National Park Airport, Tusayan, AZ. There exists a round-trip trip that starts through Las Vegas towards the South Rim.

Which Rim?

This is true only when you're starting via Las Vegas. Spots include the West Rim and South Rim. Here's what distinguishes the two:

West Rim

Nearest to Las Vegas at 120 miles towards the east. The place to go for landing travels, including helicopter trips to the bottom, boat rides down the Colorado River and VIP access to the Skywalk.

South Rim

Based 270 miles away, the South Rim is a 45-minute aircraft flight. This rim is popular for its natural beauty. In all likelihood any images of the canyon you've witnessed were taken here. The best-selling air trip incorporates a rim-to-rim helicopter trip.

The Tours

There is a variety of excursions to choose from. To save you precious time, here's the best amongst them:

West Rim

Indian Experience. Fly over Lake Mead as well as Hoover Dam. Touch down at Grand Canyon West airfield. See Guano Point and the Indian Cultural Center.

Indian Adventure w/ Skywalk. Incorporates VIP entry to the Glass Bridge, which permits you to stroll 70 feet past the border while being suspended 4,000 feet above the base!

Grand Voyage Trip. My #1 choice. Land at West Rim. Shift to helicopter and travel 4,000 feet towards the bottom. Board steel pontoon boat for float down renowned Colorado River.

South Rim

From Vegas:

Grand Canyon Deluxe. The only trip of its kind. Can make the 270-mile trek in 45 minutes. Land at Grand Canyon Airport. Switch to motor coach for 2-hour ground excursion inside the Park.

From South Rim:

Grand Discovery. Takes off from Grand Canyon Airport. Goes east, flying over Desert Watchtower, Zuni Corridor and the Painted Desert just before turning back and riding the North Rim. Returning is by means of the magnificent Dragoon Corridor and over Grand Canyon Village.


Las Vegas plane tours are all-inclusive as well as come with complimentary hotel pick up as well as drop off, lunch, and professional guides. South Rim flights require you to provide your own transportation towards the airport terminal, which is 10 minutes from all Grand Canyon Village lodges and also 5 minutes via hotels in Tusayan.

Buckle Up

Grand Canyon plane trips are risk-free, exhilarating and affordable. Before you reserve your trip, determine your beginning and the rim you would like to see. Landing trips are only available at the West Rim. After that prepare yourself to discover the best of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World the manner in which it had been meant to be viewed - through the air!

Author's Resource Box

Mr. Kravitz is a respected travel writer who reports on all things Grand Canyon. He recommends readers click Grand Canyon airplane tours for more information on how to get these flights inexpensively.

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Tags:   grand canyon, airplane, tours, plane, las vegas, south rim, national parks, arizona, travel

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