Helicopter trip into the Grand Canyon
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Known as one of the top destination for weddings worldwide, The Papillon Group offers couples the unique opportunity to exchange or renew their vows alongside the banks of the Colorado River, surrounded by the exquisite landscape of the Grand Canyon.
The wedding package begins with a limo ride to the airport where a private helicopter awaits for a narrated flight to the Grand Canyon for the bride and groom, a minister and a wedding party of up to four passengers. After traveling 4,000 feet to the bottom of the canyon, couples can say “I Do” with a stunning backdrop of unique color and rock formations. No wedding celebration would be complete without a rose bouquet and matching boutonniere, champagne toast and a six inch wedding cake, also included. This memorable day ends with a spectacular flight down the Las Vegas Strip.
From hotel pick up to return, the tour is approximately four hours long with tours beginning as early as 7 a.m. daily. The wedding package is priced at $3,470 and includes all taxes and gratuities.* Additional guests may join in the celebration for $369 per person, plus $60 fee.
*Marriage license is not included in the package, but must be provided in order to exchange vows. For more information on obtaining a marriage license, please visit www.co.clark.nv.us.
Landing in the Grand Canyon
If you are not getting married in The Grand Canyon, but want to do something special after your wedding – why not head into The Grand Canyon for some champagne and amazing views.
The Grand Celebration helicopter tour provides stunning aerial views of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and the Grand Canyon’s West rim. Additionally, this tour lands at the bottom of the canyon, 4,000 feet beneath the rim, on a private plateau overlooking the Colorado River. This is where you will enjoy a champagne picnic and refreshments while surrounded by the awe inspiring grandeur that is the Grand Canyon.
Transport is included to and from your hotel, and flights begin as early at 5 am and conclude toward sunset.