Fly to the Grand Canyon West Rim by fixed-wing airplane and be one of the first to take the Skywalk suspended beyond the rim! Surrounded by the clear walls and floor of the Skywalk's glass bridge, you'll have the most astounding, unobstructed views of the Grand Canyon possible.
On your 40-minute airplane flight to the Grand Canyon West Rim you'll have amazing views of Las Vegas, Boulder City, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon itself.
For the ground portion of your tour, your aircraft will land at the Hualapai Indian Nation Airport. You will then ride in comfort on a short coach tour between lookout points, narrated by your driver/guide. The coach stops at both Eagle and Guano Points, where there will be plenty of photo opportunities at these breathtaking scenic sites.
You will have approximately three hours of free time at the West Rim, including a complimentary barbecue lunch at Guano Point, 4,000 feet (1,200 meters) above the mighty Colorado River.
You'll also have plenty of time to enjoy the fabulous Grand Canyon Skywalk, the newest attraction on the West Rim. The Skywalk is suspended 70 feet (21 meters) beyond the rim and 4,000 feet (1,200 meters) above the Colorado River, and offers amazingly unobstructed views over the canyon.
Special Offer - In addition to a discount of over 22% off the recommended retail price, if you book and travel by January 31, 2009 you will receive a FREE photo per group (value USD20), plus 50% off fuel surcharge fees - you pay only a $10 fuel surcharge - BOOK NOW!
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