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From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West by Coach and Helicopter

1. From Las Vegas: Grand Canyon West by Coach and Helicopter

Explore the Grand Canyon from above and below on a guided helicopter and bus tour departing from Las Vegas. Entry tickets, lunch and snacks, and hotel pickup and drop-off are all included. Start with your pickup in Las Vegas and enjoy your breakfast snack as you watch the Mojave Desert landscape pass you by. Arrive at the Grand Canyon West Rim, and next it’s time to climb aboard your helicopter. Fly into the canyon and enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful, colorful rock formations. Land at the bottom of the valley and take in the scenery all around before flying back to the Welcome Center.  Enjoy lunch before catching the hop-on, hop-off shuttle bus to Eagle Point, where you can brave the Skywalk (if the option is selected). Continue onto Guano Point for more dramatic views, and explore Hualapai Village.  Board the bus for a relaxing drive back to Las Vegas, passing the famous Hoover Dam on the way. Get dropped off at your original pickup point, where your tour will come to an end.

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From Las Vegas: Guided Tour to the Grand Canyon West Rim

2. From Las Vegas: Guided Tour to the Grand Canyon West Rim

Depart from Las Vegas and travel west past Lake Meade and the Hoover Dam en-route to The Grand Canyon. Arrive in the morning and get on a native Hualapai transport shuttle up to the first viewpoint known as Eagle Point. Experience the famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, a horseshoe-shaped glass walkway that sits 4000 ft above the canyon floor and boasts spectacular one-of-a-kind views of the western rim of the canyon. After enjoying the skywalk take some time to visit the small Native American Indian village of the Hualapai tribe. Then, have a delicious lunch in the Skywalk Café. Next, continue to Guano Point where you will experience more magnificent views. Admire unique topography which has been featured in Hollywood movies for decades. Spend your time taking in the views or enjoy hiking one of the many trails in the area. One such trail will lead to the remnants of a historic tram site that used to ferry miners 8,800 ft across the chasm to the bat guano mines, which gave the area its name. After exploring the area, return to Guano Point and visit the native Hualapai market to browse their handmade arts and crafts. Finally, head back for an early evening arrival back in Las Vegas.

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What people are saying about Eagle Point

No question, a MUST DO for your Vegas trip. The sights and experience from the helicopter are unforgettable. From the moment we were picked up to the end of the day, Mitch & Robbie were excellent hosts who had the whole bus laughing and intrigued by the weird and wonderful facts of Las Vegas. We upgraded on the bus to include the boat tour which means you actually land at the bottom of the canyon. So for an extra $30 each, this was much better value than the Sky Walk. You will get just as good photos standing next to the Sky Walk so not worth it in my opinion. Hoover Dam was good to see too, but a bit dark for photos towards the end of the day. +ve’s - friendly informative tour service, good lunch/snacks provided, comfortable transportation, amazing views/photos to take home -ve’s - if you sit on the right hand side of the bus, you’ll get better photos passing Hoover Dam... we were sat on the left. Also you don’t get to walk across the dam which would have been a bonus.

Fantastic experience, value for money

Our family of 5 thoroughly enjoyed the day. We were contacted by the tour company in the days leading up to the event confirming our trip. We were then contacted the day before to confirm the pick up location and time. The coach departed at 7am and did a stop at the Hoover dam. The helicopter ride was really worth the money. We took fantastic photos of the Grand Canyon. We were then taken on a gentle boat ride along the Colorado river before taken via helicopter back to the top. We then took the shuttle bus to other viewing points before being taken back to Vegas via coach. Arrived back in Vegas for 5.30pm. We had a choice of sandwiches for the journey all included in the price. FYI we were glad we didn’t do the sky walk. Note you can’t photos whist walking on the bride, you have to buy their professional photos.

The trip was comfortable. The guide was knowledgeable and courteous. While we spent more time than needed at some of the sites - like "Last Stop" - I would have enjoyed a stop on the way back at the historic 'Boulder City'. The helicopter tour could have been longer by ten minutes helping see both sides of the canyon closer. The boat ride was very good.

was great Jorge and Eve were our drivers.... everything was as described and we were given background and history about alot of what we saw... highly recommend helicopter and pontoon boat addition .. didnt do skywalk...

Danny Ho was my quide.I recommend him to everyone.Big knowledge tells an interesting story and he takes care of the tourist very professionally.I left very comfortable. Danny Thanks.