There's no photo that can supplant the happiness you encounter upon specifically observing the Grand Canyon. No book or picture is superior to anything an individual elevated perspective of this dynamite spot. While numerous individuals feel these outings are costly, it's really justified, despite all the trouble.
One of the best ways to capture a wonderful view of the magnificence of the National parks is through a Grand Canyon helicopter ride. They make a wonderfully fun Las Vegas trip.
What's better is that they are affordably priced for those in Las Vegas. Finding the perfect Grand Canyon helicopter ride is really exciting. All you need to know is where to look.
There's no photograph that can replace the euphoria you experience upon personally seeing the Grand Canyon. No book or picture is better than a personal bird's eye view of this spectacular spot. While many people feel these trips are expensive, it's actually worth it.
It's only after learning about Grand Canyon helicopter rides that they realize they're both safe and affordably priced. These flights let you see the Grand Canyon in a way no land tour can offer.
Grand Canyon helicopter rides let you see the same vistas you find of the Canyon in photo books. A booked online deal gives you a breathtaking tour of the Grand Canyon, one of the world's Seven Natural Wonders.
Most Grand Canyon tourists agree a trip to its interior is a wonderful experience. I in fact even encourage this. But be ready to see only whatever's in front of you. This is because according to experts, you can see only about a 30 mile radius of the Grand Canyon from the Rim.
However, a Grand Canyon helicopter ride lets you see more than a 60 mile radius around you. This is indeed a bigger and better difference.
There are Grand Canyon helicopter flights starting from both the South Rim and West Rim. The flights from the Tusayan, Arizona airfield (or rather Grand Canyon's National airport) generally fly from the South to North Rim and back.
Each flight's about an hour long and traverses the South, East and North Rims. While the South Rim only offers helicopter aerial tours, West Rim flights may or may not include a landing tour.
The most famous West Rim land tour includes a champagne brunch. There are also other tours including a boat trip down the Colorado River. Some even have a pass to the Grand Canyon Skywalk. This is the famous glass bridge with a walk over the canyon's rim.
No matter which Rim you choose, always choose based on the weather. The South Rim's at a 6,000 feet altitude with a temperate temperature in summer with comfortable evenings.
On the other hand, West Rim's summer temperature goes higher than 100 degrees. While you can expect some snow and ice on the South Rim in winter, the West Rim winter's usually dry and windy.
A Grand Canyon helicopter ride is indeed a wonderful experience. Though a bit more expensive than airplane trips, it's the best way to capture and enjoy Grand Canyon's breathtaking views.
Getting Best Price
If you're lucky, you'll find a few Grand Canyon helicopter ride deals online. I have found, and booked some 35% discounted Grand Canyon helicopter rides. I do this every day, which means you'll be able to do it so long as you complete the online purchase. Otherwise, you'll have to pay full price without any discounts.