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Land at the Bottom

Tours that Land at the Bottom

It is one of the questions most frequently asked by our visitors, “How can I get to the bottom of the Grand Canyon?” Typically, the only answer is a challenging hike or a horseback ride. However, if you are lucky enough to be a guest of Las Vegas, we can get you there in comfort and style aboard our fleet of airplanes and state of the art helicopters. Our tours include not only the bottom of the Grand Canyon must many points of interest in between!

Fly Over the Canyon

The Best Way to See the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the crowing gems of the United States National Park system and the only way to truly appreciate its full size and grandeur is from the air. Until 1927 only the canyon’s eagles and hawks had that privilege. In the spring of that year Scenic Airlines opened and has, ever since, been showing guests the wonder of Grand Canyon from the best seat in the sky!

Float through the Canyon

On the river that carved the Canyon

Water was essential to the formation of the Grand Canyon so it is a small wonder that continues to be a popular way to see the canyon today. With tours that include a pontoon boat cruise in the Grand Canyon, or smooth water rafting on the both the upper and lower Colorado River (the canyon’s main sculptor) we are confident that you can find an experience that meets your expectations.

Stand on the Edge

Stand on the Edge of History

The experience of standing at the Grand Canyon’s rim cannot be faithfully capture in a photograph, nor can it be adequately described in a book or magazine. Its immense size and intricate beauty have dwarfed and defied artists and authors for a century. It is simply something one must do and see for themselves. We are proud to be able to show Las Vegas visitors either of the canyon’s two rims!

Grand Canyon Connoisseur

Our most popular Grand Canyon air tour! This is one of our passengers' favorite tours from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon. Only from the air can you truly see the majesty and beauty of the Grand Canyon. Get ready to begin your exploration with awe-inspiring desert vistas seen from a bird’s-eye view. Soaring above the majestic 700-foot high Hoover Dam and vast Lake Mead, you will be well on your way to Grand Canyon National Park.

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Indian Country Adventure

Journey to Grand Canyon West and the Hualapai Indian lands with our Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas. The west rim offers a complimentary hop-on/hop-off shuttle service making it easy to move between Eagle Point and Guano Point, allowing you to marvel at the brilliant colors that adorn the two billion year old walls of the canyon. While both offer amazing views, Eagle Point is home to the Skywalk Bridge.

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Highlights Air Tour

The perfect Grand Canyon tour from Las Vegas for people with limited time! Only from the air can you truly see the beauty and size of the Canyon. As you gain altitude and begin the adventure of a lifetime, you will be treated to panoramic views of the majestic Hoover Dam, larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza, the mighty Colorado River snaking 4,000 feet beneath you, and the largest reservoir in the United States, Lake Mead.

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Exploring the Grand Canyon South Rim

"The Grand Canyon is a gift that transcends what we experience. Its beauty and size humbles us; its timelessness provokes a comparison to our short existence; in its vast spaces we may find solace from our hectic lives."

Exploring the Grand Canyon West Rim

Upon seeing the Grand Canyon, most are naturally compelled to want to get to the bottom. Conventional wisdom used to hold that one could not get there and back in one day. One had the choice of a two-day mule ride, a two-day hike, or a four day raft trip, all of which are massively popular trips requiring reservations a year or more in advance (not to mention a strong back).