Grand Canyon South Rim Platinum & Helicopter
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South Rim Platinum Tour | Mercedes Limo Van & Helicopter
Experience one of the greatest natural wonders of the world, The Grand Canyon, from both land and air. This air conditioned, guided tour aboard a Mercedes limo van will provide plenty of photo opportunities and memories that will last a life time. Tour duration is 14 hours. Pickup and drop-off available for most hotels. If you prefer to drive yourself to the departing terminal there is plenty of onsite parking.
- Enjoy A Helicopter Flight Over The Canyon's Dragon's Corridor
- Professional Driver / Guide Will Provide Expert Narration Throughout The Tour
- Experience A More Personalized Tour Aboard Our Mercedes Sprinter
- Photo Stop Of The Hoover Dam Taken From The Amazing O’Callaghan-Tillman Bridge
- Photo Opportunities At; Bright Angel Lodge, Mather Point, Yavapai Point
- See The Extinct Volcano 'Fortification Hill'
- Visit The Widest And Deepest Part Of The Grand Canyon South Rim (Over 8400 Ft. Deep And 21 Miles Across)
- Breakfast Included At Expresso Express Cafe!
- Includes Complimentary Pick-Up From Most Major Hotels On The Strip And Downtown Area
- Professional Driver / Guide Will Narrate Throughout The Tour
- Ride Aboard A Luxury Mercedes Sprinter Equipped With Video Monitor, Comfortable Seats, and Air-Conditioning
- Bottled Water Is Served Throughout The Day
- Box Lunch Included
- If A Motor Coach With A Lift Is Required, We Must Have A 72-Hour Prior Notification To The Date Of Travel
- All Motor Coaches With Lift Equipment Are Subject To Availability
- All Motor Coaches Are DOT Certified, And Are Able To Kneel To Curb Height
- Service Dogs Are Allowed To Travel With The Correct And Current Paperwork, Small Oxygen Tanks Are Allowed
- All Reservations Must Be Confirmed 24 Hours Prior To Travel Date
- 24-Hour Prior Cancellation Policy In Effect For All Tours
- Passengers Traveling With A Child 2 And Over Must Also Purchase A Seat On The Helicopter Due To FAA Guidelines