Rafting the Colorado River
Rafting the Colorado River requires
reservations well in advance. Many different companies offer trips
through the canyon itself, lasting 3 days to 2 weeks. Some trips
are motorized, some are oar powered. Since all rafting on the Colorado
requires a permit, please know when you would like to go. We will
contact all the river concessionaires and help you find the best trip
Native American Red River rafting
is available year around. One and two day trips are available.
Most of the trips depart from
Lees Ferry, Arizona (approximately 2-1/2 hours from the south rim
of the Grand Canyon). We offer partial trips which allow you to
get on or off at Phantom Ranch located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon
National Park South Rim. Requiring a hike in or out, with proper
planning the mule ride up or down is also an option. Most trips
occur between April and October.
For planning your trip, questions,
concerns or to make your reservations, please email or call the toll free
details choose a Rafting Tour from the list below.
CRAFT DESCRIPTION AND PACKING LIST
One Day White Water Rafting by Van - $504.00
Rafting the Grand Canyon's Colorado River is rated as the top adventure tour in America. Your excursion begins with a scenic drive from Las Vegas with the first stop at Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. We will continue on towards Kingman, Arizona to historic Route 66 then on to the homeland of the Hualapai Nation. more details... ORDER NOW
Colorado River Float Trip - $131.50
The Colorado River float trip may offer a few splashes but no rushing white water. This is a relaxing 11 mile float trip in crafts that have been approved by the Coast Guard and National Park Service. more details... ORDER NOW
Hoover Dam Adventure Tour - $99.99
Our newest Hoover Dam Tour offers folks the chance to see this Modern Marvel from top to bottom. Atop the dam you can view the many artworks, view Lake Mead and the Colorado River, the water intake towers and many other points of interest. more details... ORDER NOW
Full Canyon White Water - starting at $2,295.00
From Lee's Ferry to Lake Mead, the Colorado River flows, churns, and gouges its way through the Grand Canyon. In places where the river encounters metamorphic rock formations, or where debris has been washed into the river, rapids are created. On the average, there is a rapid pre mile, ranging from ripples to major falls. more details
Greatest Upper White Water - starting at $2,150.00
The Colorado River through the Grand Canyon offers some of the biggest white-water in North America and this tour includes all the best. You will begin with medium sized rapids called Badger, House Rock and Unkar. Nevills rapid then builds quickly with Hance. (Hance has the largest vertical drop, 30 feet, of any rapid in the canyon.) more details
Greater Upper White Water - starting at $2,195.00
Many people come for the thrills of the rapids, the big drops. And while they have earned their reputation and are exhilarating, they are only part of the river experience. This grandest of canyons, cut into ancient rocks by the force of the Colorado River, offers spectacular scenery, incredible geology and an array of plants and animals. more details
Upper Canyon White Water - starting at $895.00
This trip leaves Lee's Ferry and enters Marble Canyon. Its polished limestone layered with bands of sand and siltstones rise dramatically above the river with each mile passed, soaring thousands of feet to the rim. This same seemingly impervious limestone has allowed the river to scoop out the huge expanse of Red Wall Cavern at the river's edge is one of many attractions in this stretch. more details
Greater Middle White Water - starting at $1,340.00
Begin your day with a hike down the beautiful Bright Angel Trail from the Grand Canyon South Rim to Phantom Ranch where you will be served lunch at the river. (We do not recommend the hike down to Phantom Ranch unless you are in excellent physical condition and have done a lot of hiking.) The raft trip starts with a whirlwind of rapids. more details
Middle Canyon White Water - starting at $1,970.00
Begin your day with a hike down the beautiful Bright Angel Trail from the Grand Canyon South Rim to Phantom Ranch where you will be served lunch at the river. (We do not recommend the hike down to Phantom Ranch unless you are in excellent physical condition and have done a lot of hiking.) The raft trip starts with a whirlwind of rapids. The first section begins in the heart of the ancient rock in the Upper Granite Gorge. more details
Lower Canyon White Water - starting at $925.00
For those who are looking for a shorter but exciting adventure, this is our favorite! First it's a 50 minute scenic flight from Las Vegas to the Bar 10 Ranch on the Grand Canyon's North rim where lunch awaits you. Afternoon is open (Bar 10 overnight option) to enjoy any of the ranch activities: a mini rodeo, calf branding, trick roping, black powder rifle shooting, hiking, playing horseshoes, taking trail rides or simply relaxing and enjoying the seclusion and serenity. more details
Greater Lower White Water - starting at $1,595.00
Begin your day with a hike down the famous Bright Angel Trail from the Grand Canyon South Rim to Phantom Ranch. (This hike is considered strenuous that requires you to be in good physical health.) As the trail descends 5,000 feet to the river it passes through three climate zones. Starting at the Ponderosa Pine forest on the rim through the Pinion-Juniper scrub and down to the Sonoran Desert. more details
Prices include all taxes and fees.
Fuel surcharges may apply except when otherwise stated.
Reserve tours one day to one year in advance.
For same day tours, please call.
CONDITIONS & CANCELLATION POLICY:
~ Your credit card will be charged at the time of booking or upon tour confirmation.
~ If confirmation is not immediate, an authorization is made with your card, then charged at the time of tour confirmation.
~ Charges may apply, if you change or cancel your booking.
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