If you’re looking for just a helicopter tour, a 45-minute flight over the Grand Canyon from Tusayan, Arizona is a smart option, as it allows you to fly over both the North and South Rims, as well as the inspiring natural landmarks like Painted Desert, Desert View Watchtower, Marble Canyon, Point Imperial and the Dragon Corridor, the widest and deepest section of the Grand Canyon.
You don’t have to fly to get aerial views over the canyon, as the Grand Canyon Skywalk allows you to step over the canyon edge via a translucent platform. The experience is not for the faint of heart, as it’s the world’s highest man-made structure by more than 2,300 feet (700 meters). And while it may make your stomach do some flips, it also provides stunning 720-degree views of the Colorado River, the canyon’s West Rim and the famous Eagle Point, a rock formation resembling an eagle in flight.
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