CELEBRATE 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park WITH PAPILLON GROUP


LAS VEGAS/ GRAND CANYON: If you wish to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park, Papillon Group has vacation plans for Spring Break and summer.


Papillon Group, the only certified air travel company to fly along the canyon, offers numerous memorable ways to explore the majestic Grand Canyon National Park, which commemorates its 100th anniversary in 2019.

You can explore the canyon from countless points of view, whether you have time for a short excursion, a one day trip or an overnight adventure, Papillon will create a unique tour to give once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Whether you are a first-time explorer or an expert in outdoor activities, the collection of Papillon Group tours from airplanes and helicopters to ATV Ride attracts everyone.

Papillon’s 2019 Grand Canyon National Park tours include:


Helicopter flying guests to the Grand Canyon.
(Photo Courtesy of Grand Canyon Helicopters)

Grand Canyon Air Tour:
The tour known as the Imperial Tour with EcoStar covers the North, South and East Rims. Although the flight lasts less than an hour, still you will see the widest and deepest parts of the Grand Canyon, the confluence of Little Colorado, the rugged forests of the North Rim and the Dragon Corridor.

North Canyon Tour:
Located in Grand Canyon Village, a short distance from the South Rim, the North Canyon Tour offers an exciting helicopter flight of 25 to 30 minutes. The tour highlights the Kaibab National Forest, through the deepest and widest part of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River, the Dragon Corridor and rock formations such as Tower of Ra and Vishnu Schist.

Guests riding ATVs to the remote area of Grand Canyon.
(Photo Courtesy of Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines)

North Rim Airplane with ATVs:
Papillon’s airplane brand, Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines, flies you from Las Vegas to the North Rim’s popular Bar 10 ranch. The flight includes views of the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the Colorado River. The airplane lands at Bar 10 Ranch, where you experience a guided ATV trek through Whitmore Canyon and the Lake Mead National Recreation Area to reach an exclusive vantage point of the Grand Canyon National Park. After spending the night at the ranch, your tour concludes with a homemade Dutch oven barbecue lunch.

South Rim Airplane Flight with Ground Tour:
This is a 6565-minuteirplane flight over Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and the Mojave Desert. Photographic opportunities abound when the Grand Canyon National Park extends from one horizon to another. The views include gorges up to 11 miles wide and a depth of more than a mile. A motorcoach transfer from the airport includes stops at Bright Angel Lodge and Mather Point, which offer fantastic views of the canyon. You will enjoy a box lunch with plenty of time to walk around the edge and explore the local shops and old buildings.

Buck Wild Hummer transporting guests to South Rim scenic viewpoints.
(Photo Courtesy of Buck Wild Grand Canyon Hummer Tours)

This tour of the South Rim begins with a Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines flight over the canyon. Here you will soar over canyon formations, such as Drthe agon Corridor and Zuni Corridor. Once you land, Buck Wild Hummer Tours takes over, and you are transported to a custom-built, open-air Humvee touring vehicle. The tour makes several stops along the South Rim, highlighting the most popular observation spots in the area from various angles and elevations.

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