Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours
Airplanes are allowed to fly over the Grand Canyon; only helicopters are allowed to fly through it. Helicopters have that unique advantage of being able to land almost anywhere.
Some of the helicopter tours we recommend (Top 5 Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours) land on a shelf almost 4,000 feet below the rim, 300 feet above the Colorado River.
The views are simply stunning, and this is the only place in the entire Grand Canyon where landings of this type are allowed.
Grand Canyon helicopter tours are very popular and often sell out 3 or 4 weeks in advance.
Our best advice?
- Look for small print that may hide fuel surcharges and processing fees before you book your ‘discount’ tour.
- Book early to ensure you can get seats for the time and date that fits your holiday schedule, as well as the best rate.
- Confirm your booking at least once if not twice depending upon how far in advance you schedule it.
- Confirm again a day or two before to ensure there are no misunderstandings.
Grand Canyon helicopter companies deal with thousands of tourists a year, and you don’t want to be lost in the shuffle. Your attention to these details can help ensure your helicopter tour adds everything it can to your Las Vegas holiday.
Best Recommendation for Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours:
- Papillon Grand Canyon Tours from Las Vegas
Papillon Helicopters and Grand Canyon Helicopters are well known for their excellent helicopter and fixed-wing air tours to the Grand Canyon.
Papillon has what it takes to enhance your overall experience and maximize your time in the Grand Canyon.