Distinct and unique from its cousin further to the east, Grand Canyon West rim sports a variety of tour options that are not available in the national park. Most popular with guests, and available only at the west, is the ability to reach the bottom of the canyon by helicopter and venture down a portion of the Colorado River. Our air tours are popular with guests who wish to see the canyon but find themselves time constrained. However, our air and ground combination tours offer guests the complete west rim experince with the opporutinty to see all the sights this unique rim has to offer.
Soar across the expanse of the Mojave Desert to the Grand Canyon's West Rim in a first-rate aircraft. Sights of the Hoover Dam, the glittering waters of Lake Mead, and the Colorado River are just outside the cabin windows.
This airplane tour features breathtaking sights of Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, and the Grand Canyon. Upon return, guests board a coach for a guided tour covering the Hoover Dam and the history of its construction.
Discover the mystique of the ancient Hualapai Tribe at the Grand Canyon West. You'll see the unique vistas on an exciting airplane tour, wander the canyon's edge on foot, and even visit the Native American Cultural Village.
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.