Grand Voyage

This 3-in-1 Grand Voyager Airplane Heli & Boat Tour includes an airplane, helicopter and pontoon boat adventure. You’ll have the best of all worlds.

Tour Length: 7 hours
Time in Air: Approximately 90 minutes total (plane and helicopter).
Locations: Grand Canyon, Colorado River
Transportation Types: Plane, helicopter, boat
Meal Included: A light meal is included.
Special Requirements: Guests must sign a waiver. Those weighing more than 275 pounds (300 pounds on the EC-130) must purchase an additional seat.

After your tour shuttle picks you up from your hotel, it’s off to the Boulder City terminal where you’ll board your airplane. On your way to the canyon, catch aerial views of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and Colorado River. The plane ride to Grand Canyon is approximately 30 to 40 minutes.

You’ll climb in your helicopter upon arriving at the Grand Canyon West airport. The five-minute helicopter ride takes you to ground level, where you’ll walk to the base of the Colorado River for your boat ride. Enjoy a peaceful one-mile ride down the river. The ride is approximately 10 to 15 minutes long. After taking a helicopter ride back up to the canyon, you’ll get the chance to walk around the West Rim. Your tour comes with a light lunch.

For an additional cost, guests may purchase a Skywalk bridge upgrade.


$529 per person

Link:  Online Reservation Booking Form  


Aviation Travel Writer: The Flight Times Blog                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 





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