Canyon Spirit – Grand Canyon aerial adventure

Canyon Spirit – Grand Canyon aerial adventure

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 Spirit - Grand Canyon aerial adventure so special, and why should you consider booking this tour?
What you'll get with this package
  • Longest and most comprehensive route
  • Top Operator
  • Departs from Grand Canyon Airport

Experience the majestic wonder of the Grand Canyon like never before with the breathtaking Canyon Spirit helicopter tour. Departing from the Grand Canyon National Park Airport, you’ll soar over the stunning Kaibab National Forest, which boasts the world’s largest stand of towering Ponderosa pines.

As you approach the South Rim, the rim drops away and the magnificent Grand Canyon is unveiled in all its glory. Your journey takes you along the winding path of the Colorado River, offering panoramic views of the Painted Desert and the iconic Desert View Watchtower, an architectural masterpiece crafted by the legendary Mary Jane Colter.

Behold the confluence of the Little Colorado and Colorado River, where the crisp blue water merges into a rich, dark green hue. Marvel at the awe-inspiring vistas of Point Imperial and Marble Canyon, as you fly through the heart of the canyon and climb above the North Rim.

Confluence of the Colorado River and Little Colorado. Photo: Christian Hänsel

But the true highlight of this tour is the Dragon Corridor, the widest and deepest section of the Grand Canyon. From high above, you’ll witness the sheer grandeur of this natural wonder, soaking in its beauty and mystique.

This Grand Canyon South Rim tour is the longest and most comprehensive route offered over Grand Canyon National Park, promising memories that will last a lifetime. Don’t miss your chance to embark on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

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.