South Rim Airplane with Sunset Hummer

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Starting At: $279

Destination: Grand Canyon South Rim
Leaving from: Grand Canyon South Rim
Duration: Approximately 2 hours
  • Scenic flight over the Grand Canyon National Park
  • Aerial views of Zuni Corridor, Imperial Point, Kaibab National Forest, and more
  • Customized Hummer tour within the Grand Canyon
  • Picture-perfect sunset views

Total Tour Duration

Approximately 3.5 hours

Flight Duration

Approximately 40-45 minutes

Time Spent at Grand Canyon

Approximately 2 hours


Arrive at Grand Canyon South airport 30 minutes prior to departure for check-in.


Board a state-of-the-art airplane and enjoy picture-perfect views of Zuni Corridor, Imperial Point, the Confluence of the Little Colorado River, and Kaibab National Forest.

Hummer Tour

After returning from the flight, check in at the Buck Wild Hummer Tours terminal located a short distance from the airport. Board a customized Hummer and begin the journey into the Grand Canyon with a knowledgeable driver/guide who will share interesting facts about the canyon en route to each viewpoint.


Arrive at a majestic viewpoint, perfect for capturing the intense sunset colors of the Grand Canyon. Enjoy the scenery of this natural wonder as the sun sets in the distance.


Arrive back at the Buck Wild Hummer Tours terminal with memories and photos to last a lifetime!

This memorable sightseeing experience combines an Grand Canyon airplane tour with a sunset Hummer journey to the most scenic overlooks at Grand Canyon National Park. The air tour flies from the Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines terminal and over photogenic canyon formations including Dragon Corridor, Zuni Corridor, Imperial Point and the North Rim. Have your camera ready to capture these incredible sights!

Upon landing, you'll make your way to the Buck Wild Hummer Tours terminal. Enjoy a guided ground tour aboard a customized, open-air Hummer vehicle through Grand Canyon National Park as the sun begins to set. Stops may include Duck on a Rock, Yavapai Point, and Moran Point; some of the most famous views of the Grand Canyon can be seen from these vantage points. You’ll finish your day of sightseeing with a final stop that reveals the magnificent sunset across the canyon horizon.

Note - some vista points may be omitted in the event of park closures or heavy traffic within the park