Visitor Activities for Nevada, Arizona & Hawaii

Grand Canyon Helicopter Sightseeing Tours & other Visitor Activities

In many ways, Arizona's natural beauty is embodied by its most famous landmark, the Grand Canyon, but the State itself is vast & ancient, with a history defined by diverse landscapes spanning millennia of time, Native Americans, historic towns such as Tombstone & of course Route 66!

Below we have accumulated a list of some great visitor activities to see & do when visiting Arizona, such as great Grand Canyon helicopter tours to the South & North Rims departing from the Grand Canyon Village & Page, Arizona...

North Rim

North Canyon Helicopter Air Tour

Soar over the South Rim's most astonishing rock formations featuring some of the Canyon's deepest regions
View of helicopter over the Grand Canyon North Rim, Arizona
Set off from Grand Canyon Village & fly over the Kaibab National Forest, crossing the deepest & widest part of the South Rim & the Colorado River as you fly towards Grand Canyon North Rim...
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South Rim

Grand Discovery Airplane Air Tour

This Grand Canyon tour features a sightseeing airplane providing incredible aerial views of the South Rim
Scenic view of Grand Canyon South Rim, Arizona
Take off from the Grand Canyon Airport at the South Rim on a sightseeing airplane tour across the national park on this affordable & exciting addition to any Grand Canyon vacation...
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Lake Powell

Lake Powell Helicopter Adventure

Experience the beauty of America's second-largest man-made lake from the comfort of your luxury helicopter
View of tour helicopter over Lake Powell, Arizona
Departing from Page, Arizona, this helicopter flight provides many spectacular sights such as Alstrom Point, Lake Powell, Wahweap Marina, Tower Butte, Antelope Island & the Navajo Nation...
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Monument Valley

An Icon of the American West

Less than a 3 hour drive from Flagstaff, see one of the most majestic & most photographed points on earth
View of Horseback rider at Monument Valley, Arizona
This great valley boasts sandstone masterpieces that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet, framed by scenic clouds casting shadows that cast dancing shadows onto the desert floor...
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Tombstone

The Town Too Tough to Die

Step back in time to the Wild West in just a 3 hour drive from Phoenix, Tombstone makes for an exciting day trip
Patrons inside Big Nose Kate's Saloon
The most famous of Arizona's old mining camps, Tombstone may best be known as the western town that Doc Holliday, Johnny Ringo & Wyatt Earp once roamed the streets of...
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Route 66

The Main Street of America

Williams is a town rich with stories & history of the Old West, pioneers & explorers & the Grand Canyon nearby
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Route 66, one of the original highways in the U.S. Highway System, runs from Santa Monica, CA to Chicago, Il passing through many Arizona towns such as Winslow, Flagstaff, Williams & Kingman...
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Arizona quick facts

Capital: Phoenix

Admitted to the Union: February 14, 1912 (48th)

Before statehood: Arizona Territory

Area rank: 6th (113,998 sq mi / 295,253 sq km)

Highest elevation (Humphreys Peak): 12,633 ft (3,851 m)

Elevation: 4,100 ft (1,250 m)

Wherever you go, there you are... Arizona

In many ways, Arizona's natural beauty is embodied by its most famous landmark, the Grand Canyon. But the State itself is vast & ancient, with a history defined by diverse landscapes spanning millennia of time, Native Americans, historic towns such as Tombstone & of course Route 66!

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