Do your travel plans include a visit to Grand Canyon West? In addition to the stunning vistas along the West Rim, you can now experience a thrilling Papillon helicopter flight along the canyon’s unique landmarks. From the air, you’ll take in the breathtaking views above Eagle Point, home of the famous Skywalk glass bridge, Guano Point and other areas of interest within Grand Canyon West. In-flight narration will provide interesting facts and the history of the Grand Canyon. This air tour departs from the air terminal and returns you with plenty of time to enjoy the views and experiences only the West Rim can offer.
The adventure continues courtesy of a full-access Legacy ticket which provides a self-guided tour of Grand Canyon West. The air-conditioned, hop-on/hop-off shuttle makes stops at the Hualapai Ranch where cowboys put on a show reenacting the old west gunfights. The next stop is Eagle Point where you can marvel at the enormous eagle-like rock formation. See Native American dwellings from several tribes and enjoy cultural music and dancing. Guano Point is the final shuttle stop, where you’ll be blown away by the impressive, panoramic views of the canyon. Return to the terminal having explored the Grand Canyon by air and then by ground, making this a once in a lifetime experience!
- Grand Canyon West Rim
- Helicopter flight of Grand Canyon West
- Legacy entrance passes
- Old western town with activities and entertainment
- Scenic overlooks at Guano Point and Eagle Point
What To Bring:
- Bring your I.D. – All passengers booked on a tour must have government issued forms of identification.
- Be sure to book your tour as early in your trip as possible.
- Water: You may bring a bottle of water, however the bottle is not allowed to be opened in the aircraft.
- Don’t forget your camera! Cameras and phones are allowed and encouraged, but please be aware that the use of “Selfie Sticks” and extending camera poles are strictly prohibited in and around the aircraft.
- Not sure what to wear? Layered clothing is recommended through the months of March to September, and winter clothing should be worn from October to mid-March.
- Wear sensible shoes. The ground at the Grand Canyon is rough, rocky and uneven. It is important to wear sturdy, toe-covering shoes that can handle rough terrain. Sneakers or hiking boots are highly recommended.