Canyon Dancer Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour

Canyon Dancer Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour

Pricing Update Information

The pricing information for this tour has been updated as of May 2024.

In this list, you will find the key facts of this tour. What makes Canyon Dancer Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour so special, and why should you consider booking this tour?
What you'll get with this package
  • 25 minute helicopter tour - easy to plan into an already busy day
  • Stunning views of the Grand Canyon South Rim
  • Flight over the Colorado River
  • State of the art luxury tour helicopter
  • Views of the Tower of Ra and Kaibab National Forest

Looking for an unforgettable experience? Look no further than the scenic “Canyon Dancer” helicopter tour departing from Grand Canyon National Park airport towards the North – towards the Grand Canyon South Rim.

Imagine taking off and immediately being greeted by breathtaking views of the Kaibab National Forest. As you enter the Grand Canyon and soar above the Dragon Corridor, your heart races with excitement. Fly over the mighty Colorado River towards the North Rim, where you will witness one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of the World”.

From high above, you’ll gaze upon the awe-inspiring panoramic views of the Tower of Ra. As you fly above the widest and deepest sections of the Grand Canyon, you’ll witness some of the oldest rock layers in the world.

This 25-minute helicopter tour is an experience unlike any other, giving you a bird’s eye view of one of the most incredible natural wonders in the world. Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or simply seeking to marvel at the beauty of nature, this tour is perfect for you.

The experienced and knowledgeable pilots will provide you with a safe and comfortable journey while sharing their knowledge and passion for the Grand Canyon.

Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the stunning beauty of the Grand Canyon from a unique perspective. Book your scenic helicopter tour today!

Christian Hänsel before his first flight with AirStar Helicopters at the Grand Canyon in 2004.
The information on this page has been hand crafted by Christian Hänsel. Christian has been to the Grand Canyon many times and flown often on both on heliopcter and airplane tours.