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Deluxe Grand Canyon West Rim Day Trip from Las Vegas with Optional Skywalk
"Leave Las Vegas behind for a day trip to the Grand Canyon's West Rim. Enjoy an 15-minute (approx.) photo stop from the pedestrian walkway along the new Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge. Then travel through the ancient Joshua Tree Forest in a Mercedes Sprinter va Cowboy Cookout or the Skywalk Cafe (vegetarian options are available) Spectacular views over the Colorado River at Guano Point and panoramic views of the Grand Canyon from Eagle Point Complimentary Grand Canyon West Express shuttle bus< returning you to Las Vegas in time for a night out on the town. Motor coaches are climate controlled and equipped with restrooms reclining seats video monitors and over-sized windows.On the day of your tour you can upgrade to include a helicopter flight to the floor of the Grand Canyon. You will be flown 4000 feet to the base of the Canyon where you will board a pontoon boat for an approximate 15-minute ride on the Colorado River. Enjoy the Grand Canyon Skywalk (if option selected) and the panoramic view."
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VIP Deluxe Grand Canyon West Rim and Valley of Fire Helicopter Tour
"At the Grand Canyon the greatest natural wonder of the world you'll descend below the depths of the canyon walls accessible only by helicopter. Here you'll experience the untouched grandeur of the Grand Canyon while enjoying a champagne picnic in the heart of Hualapai Indian territory overlooking the mighty Colorado River.Your unforgettable tour continues as you soar along the Canyon Rim on your way to the Valley of Fire to witness its flaming red rock formations. Complete your VIP tour with an incredible bird's-eye view of th payable at the time of tour check-in."
From $560.00
 
Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour and Colorado River Boat Ride
"Your helicopter flight will take you soaring above the mighty Hoover Dam and extinct volcanoes. You'll then descend 4000 feet (1200 meters) below the rim to land along side the Colorado River where you'll sip on champagne and enjoy a light picnic lunch. Then continue your adventure with a 15-minute pontoon boat ride on the mighty Colorado River for a close-up view of these world-famous geological formations. Your return helicopter fli your limousine is waiting to whisk you back to your hotel.There is a maximum capacity of 6 people per helicopter plus your pilot.Please note: the listed price does not include a US $10 per person fuel surcharge payable at the time of tour check-in. IMPORTANT: The boat portion of the tour may be cancelled due to high water levels in the Colorado River. In the case of a cancellation extra time at the base of the canyon will be offered or a partial refund will be issued"
From $580.00

More Transportation in Kingman

Petro Stopping Centers

We usually stop at this center to take a break to stretch our legs. The facilities are always clean and its a good place to stop to get drinks or snacks. There is a restaurant called the Iron Skillet,...
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Yaqui
Nov 23, 2013

Lindberg Was Here?

The first airport, laid out by Charles Lindberg, was dedicated on June 8, 1929. Kingman Army Air Field, constructed in 1942, is the site of the present airport. It was built as an Aerial Gunnery...
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grandmaR
Dec 16, 2009

Route 66

Kingman regards itself as "The Heart of Historic Route 66". because the longest original stretch of Route 66 runs through the downtown. At the time we were traveling, U.S. Route 66 (also known as the...
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Dec 16, 2009
 
 
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Preferred Outlets

Why is this place still open? It's a half-empty retro "outlet" mall that's seen far, far better days. The few shops that remain are mostly for the 65 and up age group. Your grandma would love it! I...
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Yaqui

"Kingman ~Route 66"
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Basaic

"Basaic Kingman Page"
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atufft

"Historic Railroad and Route 66 Town"
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glabah

"There's a Very Big Pile of Rocks southeast of Town"
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grandmaR

"Transportation Center"
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