Western Territory Grand Canyon Airplane Tour

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Fly in comfort to the Grand Canyon's West Rim, enjoying wonderful bird's-eye views of this natural wonder before landing and visiting Eagle Point (home of the Grand Canyon Skywalk) and Guano Point before sampling a Native American style BBQ meal at the Hualapai Indian Village.

Our guide to Western Territory Grand Canyon Airplane Tour

Your day starts with a magical sightseeing airplane flight to the Grand Canyon offering aerial views of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, the Hualapai Indian Lands and the West Rim of the Grand Canyon itself.

On arrival at the Grand Canyon West, board a coach for your tour to the three areas of the Grand Canyon which are located on Hualapai Tribal Land.

Visit Guano Point, which was once used as a mining operation to remove bat guano from the caves in the canyon. Guano Point offers magnificent views of the Colorado River as it winds gently 4,000 feet below at the bottom of the canyon.

Continue on to Eagle Point for more spectacular views across the Grand Canyon. At Eagle Point get ready to witness a true engineering marvel, the Grand Canyon Skywalk. The Skywalk suspends more than 4,000 feet above the Colorado River over the edge of West Rim and features a glass bottom walking surface. Admission to Skywalk is an optional activity on your visit to the Grand Canyon (around $35 per person, payable locally).

Your tour concludes with a visit to the Hualapai Indian Village which consists of various exhibits depicting the Hualapai Tribe and three other Arizona tribes.