How would you like to see the most incredible views of the Grand Canyon and more via a private flight?
Well, now you can thanks to the August 1 launching of a brand new tour called Antelope Canyon Expedition by Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines (GCSA).
Here’s the itinerary of your Antelope Canyon Expedition:
- Check into the Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines Terminal in Boulder City.
- Fly to Page, where you’ll be guided around the stunning Antelope Canyon that features Navajo Sandstone rock deposits that date back to millions of years ago.
- You will continue on to Horseshoe Bend, where birds-eye views of the Colorado River will wow you. Photo opportunities will be aplenty here, as you’ll have about an hour on the rim to enjoy the incredible sights of the Grand Canyon.
- Enjoy a light picnic lunch here before taking off to Page and returning to Las Vegas where you’ll be transferred back to your hotel.
In its entirety, the adventure lasts 11 hours — that includes transportation, flights, and the time you’ll spend in the canyon.
And, if you’re interested in upgrading your experience, you can add a helicopter component. This will come after the airplane experience, and you’ll fly via helicopter to the top of Tower Butte to take in the views of the gorgeous sandstone pinnacle that sits at a whopping 5,000 feet above sea level.
The price of the Antelope Canyon Expedition is $3,500 for the Cessna Caravan, seating up to 9 passengers. The Twin Otter/Vistaliner, seating up to 16 passengers, is priced at $6,000.
The helicopter ride costs an additional $299 per person.
For more information, visit www.scenic.com