Durée du circuit
Approximately 11-12 hours including free hotel transportation
Ramassage à l’hôtel
Passengers can be transported from most major Las Vegas Strip and nearby hotels.
Arrive at the luxury air terminal in nearby Boulder City for check-in before departure.
Vol jusqu'à Page, en Arizona
Private aircraft reserved for your party. Passengers can capture bird’s-eye photos of the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Vermilion Cliffs, and Glen Canyon before landing in Page, Arizona. Approximately 1 hour and 30 minute flight.
Arrivée et transport
Flight lands at Page Municipal Airport and shuttles will transport passengers to the first stop, Horseshoe Bend.
Méandre Horseshoe Bend
The overlook at Horseshoe Bend can be reached on foot after a moderate hike from the parking lot.
Lunch will be provided before the second stop, the Antelope Canyon tour.
Descend stairs down to the floor of the canyon and wander through the winding sandstone corridors. Your guide is available to explain the history of the Navajo and this canyon and can assist with photos.
Return Flight and Hotel Drop-off
Guests will return to the Page Municipal Airport for departure back to Boulder City, Nevada. (a 1 hour and 30 minute flight). Upon landing, guests will be transported via shuttle back to their Las Vegas hotel.
Take off on an unforgettable excursion to one of the most incredible natural locations in the world! This adventure takes off from Boulder City, Nevada on a privatized airplane flight to Page, Arizona - home of some of the most recognizable desert landforms. Enjoy aerial sights of the Mojave Desert scenery as well as the massive expanse of Lake Powell. Upon landing, you’ll visit Horseshoe Bend - the world-famous twist in the Colorado River. Enjoy a meal before transportation to your next destination - Antelope Canyon.
Your tour guide will lead you down into the depths of this slot canyon. The undulating rock walls offer some of the most remarkable photo opportunities. Lucky guests may even have the coveted opportunity to glimpse the rare light shafts beaming through the narrow walls.
Please note: Due to the rough terrain and incline at Horseshoe Bend and the sandy footing and stairs to reach the bottom of Antelope Canyon, this tour is not wheelchair-accessible. Sturdy shoes are highly recommended.