Hummer Tours: Hoover Dam Tours from Las Vegas

Best Hoover Dam Tours: More Hummer Tours From Las Vegas

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Why We Recommend Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours

Why We Recommend Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours The Short Story: They provide Skywalk Grand Canyon bus tours from Las Vegas – Papillon has one of the best Grand Canyon ground-transportation systems available. They coordinate with Papillon helicopter tours, using their own buses. Papillon is the only helicopter company certified to fly both the south…

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Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour Discounts

A Word About Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour Discounts Some online tour sites would have you believe there are deeply discounted helicopter tours, but the discount is not as it appears to be. The truth is that all Grand Canyon helicopter tours are essentially identical. All helicopter tours are governed by the FAA (Federal Aviation Agency),…

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Helicopter Tour / River Rafting Combination

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour / Black Canyon River Rafting Combination When you book your Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour and River Rafting Combination, you will be getting the very best of the American Southwest. Fly on a Helicopter Tour from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon Land above the Colorado River, near the bottom of Grand…

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I’ve heard cameras are not allowed on the Skywalk.

That’s right. Cameras are not allowed on the Skywalk. In fact, there are other restrictions regarding what you can have with you on the Skywalk. Personal items are not allowed on the Skywalk. This includes cell phones, cameras, purses, backpacks, umbrellas, etc. These things are not allowed in order to prevent dropping items into the…

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What is there to see and do at Grand Canyon West other than Skywalk?

There are really four points of interest at Grand Canyon West, including the Skywalk. The “Terminal”; Eagle Point; Guano Point; Hualapai Ranch. Most tour companies who bring people to Grand Canyon West from Las Vegas allow for 3-1/2 to 4 hours from arrival to departure. This means there is roughly 45 minutes to 1 hour…

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I am vegan or vegetarian – where do I eat at the Skywalk?

The food offered at Grand Canyon West is mostly based on the Standard American Diet, which is built around meat as a main course. At Eagle Point, the Chinese Cafe offers a vegetarian meal, steamed vegetables with white rice, with a piece of fruit, usually a whole apple or an orange; very tasty. Also at…

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How Does The Shuttle Bus System at the Skywalk Work?

The shuttle bus system operates in a simple circle. Guests at Grand Canyon West board the buses at the Terminal, and return there after two stops along the way. You’ll ‘Hop-Off’ the bus at the first stop – Eagle Point. The Skywalk is located at Eagle Point. After the bus is unloaded, the driver moves…

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Can You Tell Me More About Skywalk?

Can You Tell Me More About Skywalk? If you have pre-purchased your Skywalk ticket, you can go through the building right past the ticket line and down the ramp to the lockers. Lockers are provided at no charge; personal belongings such as purses, back-packs, cameras, cell phones, etc, are not allowed on the Skywalk. You’ll…

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Where should I stay at Grand Canyon West? Where do we eat?

Food is available at the Dance Hall at the Hualapai Ranch for overnight visitors; breakfast is provided, and your entry fee is valid for the day you arrive and the day after. The only lodging available on site at Grand Canyon West right now are the cabins at the Hualapai Ranch. Construction on the hotel…

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