Grand Canyon helicopter tours allow guests to peer out the window for a bird's eye view of the Grand Canyon. It is a visual feast without rival. More than a half-million visitors take a Grand Canyon helicopter tour each year. Most of these helicopter rides take off from either the Grand Canyon Airport in the village of Tusayan located just outside the South Rim, Las Vegas, Nevada or Sedona, Arizona.
Grand Canyon helicopter tours have become increasingly popular and affordable. Not only do visitors get to fly over and through the canyon walls, but select helicopter trips also touch down at the bottom for a picnic lunch. Helicopter tours are an easy and rewarding way to see and experience the Grand Canyon and require only 1/2 - 1 day of time and can be under $200 per person. Grand Canyon helicopter tour companies upgrade and maintain their fleet often for first-class comfort, safety, passenger protection as well as environmental protection, while tour narration can be offered in up to seven different languages. Additional tours such as the Grand Canyon Skywalk are often part of popular helicopter tour packages.
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