Tour the Grand Canyon in Style

December 12, 2013

Grand Canyon, VME

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Winter is almost upon us, and in the desert, it can get quite chilly during the winter months – but don’t let that hinder your plans to visit one of the most monumental landmarks in the world! The Grand Canyon is beautiful no matter what season it is, and if it’s chilly outside, there is no better way to visit the canyon than by air. Hop aboard a helicopter and explore the magnificent beauty of the canyon from above for a unique perspective.

Take the Canyon Dancer Helicopter Tour for an exhilarating flight over the Kaibab National Forest, and experience exciting sightseeing of the Grand Canyon! This helicopter tour departs from the South Rim, heading for the Tower of Ra and then flying north through the Dragon Corridor, over the mighty Colorado River towards the North Rim of the canyon. This tour lets you see some of the oldest exposed rock layers in the world!

Also consider the 45-Minute Helicopter Flight Over the Grand Canyon, departing from Tusayan, Arizona on the safest and most comfortable tourism-based helicopter in the world. Enjoy the luxurious comfort and wraparound windows as you fly over the ponderosa pines of the Kaibab National Forest, head upstream on the Colorado River, and enjoy views of the Painted Desert and Desert View Watchtower! View Marble Canyon and Point Imperial as you fly through the canyon, and climb above the North Rim to head south through the Dragon Corridor, the Canyon’s widest and deepest section.

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One Comment on “Tour the Grand Canyon in Style”

  1. Ana Says:

    Ive been to the Grand Canyon its Beautiful!

    Reply

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