Wednesday, September 30, 2015

New Grand Canyon Air Tour! Book With Papillon

Papillon Group's Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines is launching the brand new Grand Canyon West air tour, Native Explorer Tour with Legacy. This new air tour departs from the Grand Canyon West air terminal. Once airborne, guests experience breathtaking views above Eagle Point, home of the famous Skywalk glass bridge, Guano Point and other areas of interest within Grand Canyon West. In-flight narration in 16 languages provide interesting facts and the history of the Hualapai tribe and their land.

After returning to the terminal, the West Rim adventure continues aboard an air-conditioned motor coach for a self-guided ground tour of Grand Canyon West. The first stop is the Hualapai Ranch, where cowboys put on a show reenacting the old west gunfights. The next stop is Eagle Point where guests can marvel at the enormous eagle-like rock formation, as well as Native American dwellings from several tribes and enjoy cultural music and dancing. From there, the tour concludes at Guano Point for panoramic views of the Grand Canyon’s west rim.

Passengers 18 years and older must provide a government issued photo ID upon arrival to the Grand Canyon West terminal. Pricing begins at $140 per adult and $120 per child. To book the flight, go to

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015, Papillon (French for “butterfly”) is the world’s largest and longest-running aviation tour company with more than 600,000 passengers served annually on 75 state-of-the-art helicopters and airplanes, specifically designed to reveal panoramic views beyond imagination. Family-owned and operated, its brands include Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters, Grand Canyon Helicopters, Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines and Grand Canyon Coaches. Papillon is the only company that flies the entire length of the Grand Canyon, with bases in Las Vegas; Boulder City, Nev.; Grand Canyon West; Grand Canyon National Park and Page, Ariz. For more information, go to, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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