While most of our air and ground tours include views of Hoover Dam we do have a selection of options that include a tour of the dam's internal areas.
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.
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.
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.
Enjoy a roundtrip flight from Boulder City, Nevada to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Stunning views await at multiple scenic overlooks during a 2-hour guided tour on an open-air Hummer.
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, or 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.
Experience tours from Las Vegas by airplane, boat, and helicopter! This adventure also includes access to the world-famous Skywalk Bridge for the most exciting sightseeing experience available.
With our Grand Canyon Skywalk Experience tour, walk on air and experience freedom like never before as you step onto the glass bridge extending out over the Canyon at 4,000 feet above the ground.