Take the ultimate Grand Canyon tour! You'll fly from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon by helicopter, cruise the Colorado River, then spend time at the West Rim. You also have the option of choosing the Grand Canyon Skywalk for 360-degree panoramic views.
• 6.5 hours
Your tour beings at the Grand Canyon airport in Tusayan, Arizona. Fly over the ponderosa pines of Kaibab National Forest on a 45-minute helicopter excursion from the Grand Canyon South Rim. Upstream on the Colorado River are 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.
• 45 minutes
Experience the scenic beauty of Arizona on this small-group day trip from the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. Visit one of the world’s wonders, the Grand Canyon, and see Sedona’s amazing Red Rock landscapes and the Navajo Nation on a full-day trip. Take in unforgettable views of classic southwestern landscapes and experience the unique Navajo cultural element with your knowledgeable guide. Enjoy a scenic drive through the Sonoran Desert and enjoy a complimentary picnic-style lunch.This small-group tour is limited to just 13 people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
• 13 hours
The steep obstacles of Broken Arrow, a popular 4x4 trail in Sedona, require the high ground clearance a 4WD provides. Let a guide navigate your 6- to 9-passenger Jeep over this rough terrain while you bump and bounce along for two hours and motor past stunning red rock formations.
• 2 hours
A trip to the Grand Canyon is simply a must-do for anyone visiting Phoenix. On the way to America's most iconic piece of natural beauty, drive through the Sonoran Desert to the red rock country of Sedona, and then continue along a beautiful 17-mile route in Oak Creek Canyon. At the Grand Canyon, drive 23 miles around the rim and make stops to admire the breathtaking landscape and take photos. You’ll also visit the Navajo Reservation, where you can pick up some authentic souvenirs.
• 13 hours
This Grand Canyon day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona blends ancient ruins, lava fields, majestic volcanoes and amazing views throughout Grand Canyon National Park and the remarkable Painted Desert. Drive along the Grand Canyon South Rim and East Rim by air-conditioned mini-coach and stop at lookout points to soak up dramatic vistas. Visit Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, immerse yourself in the fascinating history of ancient civilizations at Wupatki National Monument, and enjoy a Southwestern lunch at a historic Navajo reservation. Throughout your tour, you’ll learn about Arizona's history, archaeology, geology and flora and fauna from your expert guide. This small-group tour is limited to 14 people, ensuring you’ll enjoy a more personalized Grand Canyon experience.
• 11 hours
Enjoy calm waters and magnificent scenery on this unique rafting day trip between the Black Canyon cliffs on the Colorado River. Relax and admire beauty of Black Canyon and views of Hoover Dam while your experienced and knowledgeable guide shares the history of this magnificent geological area.
• 8 hours
Take a day trip from Phoenix to explore the legendary Grand Canyon by helicopter! Your guided tour will take you through the Red Rocks of Sedona and on a scenic drive up Oak Creek Canyon before arriving at the Grand Canyon National Park for your 50-minute helicopter excursion.
• 13 hours
Step aboard the Grand Canyon Railway for a trip to the majestic Grand Canyon you'll never forget. Feel the rumble of a vintage train as the engine chugs 65-miles (approximately 105 km) across the beautiful Northern Arizona countryside. The train offers kaleidoscopic views of the San Francisco Peaks and rolls through valleys adorned in wild flowers, dense pine forests, high desert plains and small canyons.
• 8 hours
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! Raft down the mighty Colorado River along the Grand Canyon’s sheer cliffs. Also included in this exciting day trip from Las Vegas is a 4,000-foot (1,200-meter) helicopter transfer to the rim of the Grand Canyon.
• 15 hours