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Evaluating Las Vegas Airplane Trips To Grand Canyon West

Author : Keith Kravitz   Top Author

Best outdoor journey whilst visiting Sin City? Try a Sin City aircraft to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. These types of flights are quick, cozy and fun. Trips run the gamut. The ones that make the difference are the landing trips. Here's a quick write-up that showcases the best in class.

I've flown them all as well as the following are best in terms of safety, experience as well as value:

Basic airplane landing journey. Lands at West Rim airfield. Comes with 2.5 hours to explore top of West Rim. Consists of full-access to Park and use of its shuttle bus service to Guano Point, the area's top lookout, and the Indian Cultural Center.
Aircraft landing trip with Sky Walk. Obtain VIP access to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, the glass bridge that lets you stroll 70 feet past the edge as the bottom lies 4,000 feet below. Includes a few hours to look at all points of interest at the top of the rim.

Airplane, chopper and Boat landing trip. My favorite air-tour package. Deplane at West Rim. Transfer to chopper for 4,000-foot descent to base before floating down Colorado River on a steel-pontoon boat. Includes rim-top exploration time.

Landing tours are the comprehensive package and come with free hotel shuttle service, breakfast, lunch and skilled guide.

The flight to the canyon is half the adventure. You'll fly over magnificent Lake Mead, iconic Hoover Dam as well as areas of the regal Mojave Desert. Planes fly at a higher elevation than, say, helicopters, so expect bigger panoramas of the West's most popular landscapes.

The West Rim is the sole place where you are able to transfer to a chopper and soar over the edge. These types of tours depart exclusively from Las Vegas, NV,. There's nothing like these trips at the South Rim in which the airspace is stringently controlled. The point? In the event you are in Vegas, you've got to reserve one of these types of exotic journeys.

West Rim of the Grand Canyon, furthermore referred to as the West Rim, is situated on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. Currently, its primary attraction is the Sky Walk. Future plans include building out a 100-mile stretch of the rim to consist of hotels, restaurants and a cable car that goes to the base. Stay tuned!

The assumption is that these types of planes are small, 4-seat aircraft. Couldn't be further from the truth. Tour operators use the Vistaliner, a plane that seats 19 people and is extensively customized for sightseeing. Features include over-sized viewing windows, deluxe climate-control, lounge-style seats as well as an aerodynamic body for one of the smoothest rides in the sky.

Vegas plane tours to West Rim of the Grand Canyon are the perfect journey for travelers who desire to experience the canyon in the minimum quantity of time. Landing excursions are the way to go, and the best is the one that includes a heli and boat ride. These flights are extremely popular and regularly sell out. Do your best to book your flight online at least 72 hours in advance. Follow these types of measures and you'll briefly be cleared for take off!

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Luke Plunket is a travel journalist who reports on the Grand Canyon. He recommends clicking Grand Canyon airplane tours if you want more information about these flights and how to purchase them inexpensively.

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