Grand Canyon Airplane Tour Coupons
Taking a National Park air tour is one of the absolute best ways to experience the Grand Canyon. Just make sure you're not being overcharged. One way to "beat the broker" is to use discount coupons. In many cases, these specials can save you up to 35% off the regular price - if you find the right ones.
I scour the Internet daily to find the best deals. It's not as easy as it sounds. Some offers require a minimum number of people, or there are black out dates, or trips must be booked & used by a certain time. The "fine print" goes on until your willing to settle for anything.
Don't do it.
Use the air tour coupons posted on this page. None of these offers play games. What you see is what you get. Significant savings and low prices are the name of the game, and, as of today's dates, there's not a deal out there on the Net that beats them. Take a look. I'm confident you'll find trip that's perfectly priced to meet your needs.
West Rim Air Tours
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Fly over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon & the Skywalk before triumphantly landing in Las Vegas. Perfect for travelers w/ limited time.
Do the Skywalk & walk 70 feet past the edge of the West Rim! Includes a BBQ lunch and up to 2 hours to explore top of the Grand Canyon.
|Plane Heli Boat Skywalk
Land at Grand Canyon West. Take a helicopter & go 3,500 feet to bottom. Colorado River boat ride. Do the Grand Canyon Skywalk, plus 2 hrs. to roam the top.
|Vegas South Rim Plane Heli
Direct flight from Las Vegas to South Rim. En route see Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon West & more. Heli from South Rim to North Rim. Includes National Park bus tour & lunch!
South Rim Air Tours
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Fly the South, East & North Rims in under 60 minutes! See Desert Watchtower, Zuni Point, Dragoon Corridor, Temple of Ra & much more.
|Plane Raft Bus
Jet from National Park to Page, AZ. Take Antelope Canyon Jeep tour. Go to base of Glen Canyon Dam for 15-mile smooth-water float tour!
Air tours cover the West Rim and the South Rim. If you are based in Las Vegas, you're most likely to go to the West Rim (there's also a direct flight to the South Rim that takes 45 minutes and comes with an in-park bus tour). Travelers in Arizona destinations like Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sedona and Flagstaff will do the South Rim. There are no airplane flights between the two rims.
Types of Tours
You get to choose from air and landing tours. West Rim air tours go over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon West. There's also a huge selection of landing tours that bundle in helicopter rides, boat trips and Grand Canyon Skywalk tickets.
The South Rim features an awesome 45-minute aerial adventure that flies over South, East and North Rims, plus views of Painted Desert and the Navajo Reservation. The rim's only landing tour includes a smooth-water rafing tour down the Colorado River and a 4x4 Jeep tour into Antelope Canyon.
The Two Rules
There are two steps you absolutely must do in order to cash in on these coupons:
- Book in advance. Rule of thumb is 72 hours before your desired departure date. However, the more time the better. I still get email from readers asking if it's OK to book at the destination. No. Avoid hotel concierges, street kiosks and same-day reservations. You'll end up paying a premium.
- Online purchase only. The trick to getting great prices is booking the trip online. Resist calling customer service. The folks on the other end of the line are trained sales professionals and they are paid to squeeze more money out of you. Instead, complete the transaction on the Internet and then call them up if you need additional assistance.
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P.S. Not sure who to take off with? Browse these canyon airplane tour reviews where trips are graded based upon quality, price and safe practices.