Helicopter Tours

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours

Are the Grand Canyon helicopter tours safe?
Absolutely. Only the most experienced and reliable tour operators are found on VegasDaze.com. Their livelihood depends on their reputation, so passenger comfort and safety comes first at all times. Every pilot has logged thousands of hours of flight time, and maintenance of each top-of-the-line ECO-Star sightseeing helicopter borders on the fanatical.

We’re visiting Las Vegas for just a few days. How long does a Grand Canyon helicopter tour take?
No tour lasts more than a day. Depending on the excursion, you’ll be back in your hotel anywhere from 3.5 hours to 9.5 hours later. It’s the ideal day trip.

Are children allowed on Grand Canyon helicopter rides?
Certainly. Seats must be purchased for children older than 2 years. Children younger than 2 may fly on an adult’s lap but proof of age, such as a birth certificate, is required. No exceptions.

What should I remember to bring?
Don’t forget a valid photo ID if you are older than 18. Sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended, especially for tours that include time on the ground. Comfortable clothing and walking shoes or sneakers are also suggested. Cameras and video cameras are also a good idea to bring, but VegasDaze.com’s tour operator offers a DVD recording of your flight that you may wish to purchase.

Aren’t Grand Canyon helicopter tours expensive?
Each tour lasts at least a half-day, includes complimentary shuttle pickup and provides long-lasting memories of a thrilling visit to America’s most famous natural landmark. Upon returning, you’ll agree with us: Grand Canyon helicopter tours are a terrific value.