Choose between two exciting helicopter tours leaving from the Grand Canyon National Airport:
1) North Canyon Helicopter Tour (25-30 Minutes)Tour Code: PGG-1
From a front row seat in the sky, take in the significant beauty of the widest and deepest part of the Grand Canyon as you tour through the Dragon Corridor. Even spending a full day walking the Canyon could not show all the sights and highlights that this tour offers: the splendor of Kaibab National Forest, the imposing Tower of Ra, and the seemingly endless stretches of intact Earth.
Check-In: Arrive at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport on own your 30 minutes prior to departure for check-in.
Flight: Board your helicopter for a 25-minute helicopter flight over the deepest portion of the Grand Canyon.
Observation Points: Fly to the deepest part of the Grand Canyon through the Dragon Corridor and to the North Rim. Enjoy views of rock temples and shrines while flying over the widest portion of the Colorado River.
Return: You’ll return to the Grand Canyon National Airport.
2) Imperial Helicopter Tour (40-50 minutes) Tour Code: PGG-2
As big as the Grand Canyon is you’ll never believe how much there is to see. And if you’ve never been on a helicopter the experience will be so much more.
Board your helicopter at the South Rim heliport and relax in comfort as you take to the skies of the gorgeous North Rim and Eastern Gorge. Soar past the Dragon Corridor and the Dragon’s head, and then discover the Kaibab Forest and the Kaibab Plateau as you fly through the widest and deepest region of the Canyon.
Photographers and non-photographers alike will fully enjoy this dazzling tour and witness amazing sights like the Painted Desert, the Zuni Corridor, and the convergence of the Little Colorado River with the Colorado River, Point Imperial, and Temple Butte. The Canyon just goes on and on from there.
Check-In: You arrive at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport on your own 30 minutes prior to departure for check in.
Flight: Fly through the widest and deepest regions of the Grand Canyon at the North Rim and Eastern Gorge.
Observation Points: See the Dragon Corridor and the Dragon’s head, Kaibab Forest and the Kaibab Plateau, the Painted Dessert, Painted Desert, the Zuni Corridor, the convergence of the Little Colorado River with the Colorado River, Point Imperial, and Temple Butte.
Return: Return to the Grand Canyon National Park Airport.