Maverick Partners with Four Seasons

Maverick Helicopters and Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas have partnered up to offer hotel guests flights to the Grand Canyon and Valley of Fire aboard a fleet of luxurious ECO-Star helicopters. Located just a short walk or drive from the hotel, Maverick has been offering Las Vegas visitors spectacular helicopter tours to the Grand Canyon for 20 years. Four Seasons’ exclusive Natural Wonders Experience features a luxury helicopter flight paired with an acclaimed culinary experience.

Spectacular Views and Dining

Guests take off and soar high above Las Vegas on the way to a private landing at the stunning red sandstone formations at the Valley of Fire, one of the world’s most fascinating desert landscapes. The tour then continues to a private landing site in Hualapai Indian Territory at the Grand Canyon’s West Rim. There, a champagne picnic lunch prepared by the resort’s culinary team is served. Lunch is followed by an unmatched aerial excursion over Lake Mead, Fortification Hill, Hoover Dam, the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Las Vegas.

The Perfect Getaway

The Natural Wonders Experience is truly a once-in-a-lifetime journey. The three-hour excursion features a combination of two of Maverick’s most popular flight destinations. As one of the world’s leading tourism companies, the partnership with Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas is an exciting opportunity to offer hotel guests a one-of-a-kind tour with highly personalized service. In additional to the helicopter tour and lunch, the special package includes:

  • Round-trip car service from McCarran International Airport
  • Curbside check-in and welcome amenity
  • Two nights in a deluxe room or one-bedroom suite with Vegas Strip view
  • Round-trip transfer to Maverick Helicopters
  • Souvenir photo

Pack Your Bags

Las Vegas has a well-deserved reputation as the ultimate destination for excitement and spontaneous adventure. With the introduction of the Natural Wonders Experience, there’s never been a better time to pack your bags and head to Las Vegas.

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