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Grand Canyon West Tour With Optional Skywalk

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Overview
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Itinerary

Eagle Point
This area was named due to the eagle-shaped ridge. According to traditional Hualapai oral legend, the ancient locals lived in the valley totally unaware of the impending flash flood. The Great Creator then sent a divine eagle to warn them of the flood, and the messenger perched atop the cliff and merged with the rock into the form it is today. Bald eagles are also a common sight, which adds to the character of the area’s namesake.

Guano Point
Located at a great bend in the Grand Canyon, Guano Point offers sweeping panoramic view of the entire West Rim. The view includes the calm flow of the Colorado River. Beyond that the river can be followed by sight into the distant cluster of mountain ranges. All these elements combine to form a surreal dreamscape that needs to be seen to be believed! This vantage point offers the best view in all of the Grand Canyon West.

The Hualapai Experience
The Native American villiage includes authentic dwellings. The Hualapai Bird Singers use storytelling, song, dance, and regalia to share traditions carried on by generations of the Hualapai Nations.

Optional Skywalk
Guest may choose to upgrade their visit to include the famous Skywalk bridge. This state-of-the art open-air glass walkway is an architectural marvel which extends 70 feet from the cliff of Eagle Point rim and hangs over the edge, 4000 feet above the canyon floor. Built by the Hualapai Tribe at the Canyon’s West Rim, the Skywalk provide you a stunning new perspective, allowing “720-degree” breathtaking views of one of nature’s most fantastic displays.

Optional Helicopter & Boat Tour
You may choose to upgrade your visit to descend to the Grand Canyon floor for a completely new experience and canyon view. Start by boarding a million-dollar helicopter equipped with forward facing seats and large vista windows and be awe-struck by the seemingly expanding and deepening stone walls as you descend a mile below the rim to the canyon floor. Upon landing, board a waiting pontoon boat for a calm cruise down the Colorado River, the same river that helped carve the Grand Canyon into what it is today. Then, re-board the helicopter for your ascent to the canyon rim above for another chance at marveling its spectacular view. The helicopter combined flight time is approximately 15 minutes, and the boat ride is about 15-20 minutes. The helicopter can take 5-6 guests depending on weight.

Operation Dates: Sun, Mon, Wed, & Fri (except on Dec 31)
Departure Time: 7:00 am
Hotel Pickups: Available, pickup times vary depending on hotel location
Tour Duration: Approx. 9 hours
Age Restrictions: None
Child Rate: Same as Adults (Children 1 year old or under, not occupying their own seat (lap child) and not exceeding accompanying adults may participate at no charge).
Luggage Policy: Only one carry-on luggage (no larger than a backpack) allowed per guest.
Any additional luggage will require a fee of $10 each. Please be sure to book and prepay for any additional luggage at the time of booking.

Inclusions: Option selected, roundtrip transportation for select hotels, tour guide service, Granola Bar, bottled water.
Exclusions: Any personal expenses and Gratuities

Prebook Information:
• Please dress accordingly to the time, season, and weather of the activity date. Comfortable outdoor shoes are strongly recommended.
• Cell service coverage may be weak in some areas and the severity varies by service carrier.
• Since the time of the tour could be delayed due to weather or other circumstances, please do not plan other time sensitive activities near the scheduled conclusion of this tour.

*Disclaimer: Please note that pickup times and itinerary time line are approximated and for reference only. They are subject to being delayed or changed due to adverse road conditions, adverse weather changes, or other uncontrollable factors. You will be notified in advance if any relevent changes are made.
*Please be aware of Time Zone Changes: The tour times on the vouchers or itineraries are local time in the destination.

Daylight Saving Time begins on the 2nd Sunday in March at 2:00am-(Page, Williams, Grand Canyon, Cameron and Flagstaff, AZ are same time as Las Vegas & Los Angeles)
Standard Time begins on the 1st Sunday in November at 2:00am-(Page, Williams, Grand Canyon, Cameron and Flagstaff, AZ are 1 hour ahead of Las Vegas & Los Angeles)
(*Utah is always 1 hour ahead of Las Vegas & Los Angeles)
*All the images above are used for reference only.
*Itinerary is built allowing time to make a stop at every point, and subject to change based on guests availability (may be skipped if the stop have no scheduled pickup/ drop-off). 

The above information is subject to change without notice.

Sample Tour Itinerary:
1. You will depart in the morning from Las Vegas, and heading across the Mojave Desert, and crossing the Colorado River high above on the Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.
2. Arrive at Grand Canyon West, located within the Hualapai Reservation, arriving approximately 2 ½ hours after departing from Las Vegas.
3. Experience the various areas of Grand Canyon West for approximately 3 hours. 
4. Enjoy views of Eagle Point. Purchase an optional ticket to walk across the famous Skywalk, a glass bridge that juts out over the walls of the canyon.   
5. Explore the area around Guano Point, a breathtaking destination at the rim of the Grand Canyon with views in several directions.  
6. Visit the displays of Native American dwellings and Western Hualapai Ranch.  
7. Depart the Grand Canyon for your return trip to Las Vegas, approximately 2 ½ hour ride to the city.

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