Embark on a world-class Grand Canyon tour with Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines. Whether you want to visit the Grand Canyon South, North, or West Rim, GCSA has you covered. Soar over the Grand Canyon aboard an fixed-wing airplane or helicopter tour, or hop on a boat or ground tour for a close-up of the breathtaking landscapes.
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Experience aerial views of the fantastic gorges and rock formations that have been carved by nature throughout the canyon walls. Enjoy breathtaking scenic views of the Zuni Corridor, Imperial Point, Confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado River, Kaibab National Forest, and Kaibab Plateau.
This scenic adventure includes an airplane tour over the Grand Canyon as well as a guided ground tour with Buck Wild Hummer Tours. Take flight from our Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines terminal and soar over Dragon Corridor, Zuni Corridor, and pass Imperial Point as you head toward and the North Rim.
This memorable experience combines a sightseeing airplane flight over the Grand Canyon with a sunset Hummer tour of the most scenic overlooks at Grand Canyon National Park. The air tour portion begins at the Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines terminal. Fly over the magnificent Dragon Corridor, Zuni Corridor, and pass Imperial Point as you head toward and the North Rim.
The most popular tour to the Grand Canyon with an added helicopter ride! This is one of our passengers' favorite Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas. Only from the air can you really see the beauty and scale of the Grand Canyon.
Discover the most unique views of the canyon from the air, land, and water! Fly via airplane to the West Rim, where a helicopter will take passengers a mile down to the canyon floor for a boat ride down the Colorado River. Ample time is provided to see the canyon views from the rim, as well.
This tour offers a variety of activities from helicopter and boat rides to access to the Skywalk Bridge, so you can explore the canyon from top to bottom.
The jewel of the American Southwest - the Grand Canyon - awaits! Travel by motorcoach to the West Rim and find spectacular views at Eagle Point and Guano Point. You'll also have the opportunity to stand atop the Skywalk Bridge, where you can see the canyon floor a mile below you.
Turn your motorcoach trip to the Grand Canyon National Park into a ground tour you'll never forget when you upgrade to include a Hummer excursion! After your roadtrip from Las Vegas to the South Rim you'll arrive at the park and board a custom Hummer vehicle and travel to the best sights in the area.
Travel on a first-class motorcoach to one of the engineering marvels of the USA: the Hoover Dam. Stand at the top of this mammoth construction and gaze down 700 feet, then explore the inner-workings of this electrical powerhouse on a guided tour.
Experience Hoover Dam with this comprehensive tour that allows you to walk along the top of the dam, explore its inner workings, and then view it by air with a breathtaking helicopter tour.
Float along the serene Colorado River between ancient canyon walls on this 15.5-mile rafting trip. Absorb the wild natural beauty of this magnificent landform and even drift past ancient petroglyphs carved in the canyon walls themselves.
At Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines, our goal is to offer some of the most innovative tours of the Grand Canyon that you and your family could ever imagine. From the canyon floor to the desert sky and everything in between, our tours have you covered.
Airplane Tours of the Grand Canyon
Soar into adventure aboard a fixed-wing airplane tour of the Grand Canyon. If you are excited by the thought of soaring over some of the most majestic landscapes in the country, bonding with your family or friends, or want to connect with other like-minded adventurers, an airplane tour of the Grand Canyon could be right for you.
For more than 90 years, GCSA has been setting the standard for aerial sightseeing in the Grand Canyon. We are dedicated to providing superior service alongside unmatched strides in safety.
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Helicopter Tours of the Grand Canyon
Take flight over the deepest and widest gorges of the Grand Canyon or descend thousands of feet to land on its floor aboard a helicopter tour.
GCSA is the preferred provider of the Grand Canyon National Park service and is certified to fly the entire canyon. Plus, our helicopter tours have access to an exclusive landing site at the bottom of the Grand Canyon West Rim.
Experience the adrenaline rush of a lifetime aboard a world-class helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon.
Bus Tours of the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines may be the largest and most experienced aerial tour operator in the world, but we also offer world-class ground tours to the Grand Canyon.
Hop on a state-of-the-art motorcoach from Las Vegas for a relaxing sightseeing excursion. Your air-conditioned bus will travel past the ancient Joshua Tree Forest, the Mojave Desert, the Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, and more renowned Southwestern landmarks.
Upon reaching the Grand Canyon, you'll experience breathtaking lookouts and ample time for photo opportunities. For added adventure, upgrade your bus tour to include a helicopter, Hummer ride, pontoon boat cruise, the Skywalk bridge, or a combination.
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Hummer Tours of the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is, well, grand! The Grand Canyon National Park is just one section of the entire canyon, yet it encompasses nearly 2,000 square miles. While you’re visiting the National Park, embark on a Hummer tour to visit some of its most popular lookout points.
Hummer tours of the Grand Canyon include multiple stops such as Duck on a Rock, Yavapai Point, and Moran Point. You can choose a Hummer tour by itself or include it as an upgrade on your bus, airplane, or helicopter tour of the South Rim.
Boat Tours of the Grand Canyon
Explore the Grand Canyon West Rim from top to bottom on a pontoon boat tour. Relaxing pontoon boat cruises along the Colorado River can be added on as an upgrade to many of our most popular West Rim Grand Canyon tours.
To get to the Colorado River, you will board a state-of-the-art helicopter and descend 4,000 feet to the floor of the canyon. From there, you will deplane the aircraft and board a pontoon boat from your motorized float trip. As you float along the Colorado River, you can gaze up at the ancient canyon walls rising on either side.
Grand Canyon South Rim Tours
Do you want to explore the most famous and widely-photographed portion of the Grand Canyon? The Grand Canyon South Rim includes renowned viewpoints like Bright Angel Point and Mather Point. This portion of the canyon is also part of the Grand Canyon National Park. Explore the South Rim's wide rock gorges during a helicopter, airplane, bus, or Hummer tour with GCSA.
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Grand Canyon West Rim Tours
Experience the majesty of the Grand Canyon West Rim during an airplane, helicopter, bus, or boat tour with GCSA. Although this rim is not part of the Grand Canyon National Park, it offers just as many breathtaking views. Plus, this rim of the Grand Canyon includes unique activities like strolling along the glass-bottomed Skywalk bridge, floating along the Colorado River, or landing in a helicopter on a private plateau of the canyon floor.
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Grand Canyon North Tours
Escape the crowds and explore the raw beauty of the Grand Canyon North. This section of the canyon is less commercialized and is ideal for explorers who want to avoid the crowds. This north canyon offers guests exclusive activities like ATV tours, helicopter tours, horseback rides, hiking, and overnight stays at Bar 10 Ranch.
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Here are a few of the best and most popular Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines tours.
It depends. The price of each Grand Canyon tour is based on multiple factors.
Seem complicated? Don't worry. The cost of each Grand Canyon tour is conveniently located next to each individual tour listing. And with GCSA, the rate we quote online is the rate you'll pay. No guesswork required.
We sure think so! There's a reason people have been choosing Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines' sightseeing tours for over 90 years. With dozens of world-class Grand Canyon tours to choose from, each individual has plenty of tour offerings for their dream Grand Canyon vacation.
The Spring and Fall are widely considered the best times of the year to tour the Grand Canyon. During these periods, the daytime temperatures are cool and the crowds are thin.
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.
We recommend wearing sensible shoes like hiking boots or sneakers on all Grand Canyon tours as well. The the Grand Canyon is rough, rocky, and uneven. It is important to wear sturdy, toe-covering shoes that can handle the rough terrain.