There is no fixed rate because we offer so many trip options. Each trip cost depends on multiple factors like the trip length, your chosen raft type, the rafting season, and the raft size. The more extended trip, the more expensive it will be. Similarly, you have to pay more for trips on large, motorized rafts in comparison to trips on smaller, human-powered rafts.
We receive this very common question because the Grand Canyon temperatures fluctuate throughout the year. If you want cooler temperatures, we recommend planning your trip somewhere between April and May, which are the cooler months.
However, be ready to expect some mild winds that add some chill and adventure to your trip from April to October.
The hottest months for Grand Canyon whitewater rafting are between June and August when the skies are clear, but temperatures are high. You can also plan to go rafting during the monsoon season, which starts in July and can extend to August. The rains not only cool down the canyon temperatures but also increase the river levels, allowing you to experience the whitewater rapids at the height of their splendor.
Thanks to the cooler weather and shorter days, the season tends to go on a slumber between September and October. The weather prompts tourists to go on longer hikes instead of rafting trips.
It all depends on your travel plans. The all-inclusive packages cost a bit more, but it's well worth it because we take care of everything. The price includes your required gear and equipment, transportation, food, water, and even logistics. All you have to worry about is selecting the right time and trip for your rafting adventure while we take care of everything else!
Once again, it depends on which package you select. Complete canyon activities are available for a minimum of seven days in motorized boats, while expeditions in non-motor rafts like kayaks can last up to 15 days.
It makes sense to make the most of each second spent on the expedition by involving yourself in as many activities as possible. We advise this because most of our past customers regret that their selected trip was too short!
With more than 230,000 vacationers booking cruise adventures on the Colorado River every year, making the right choice may be difficult, especially for first-timers. We, however, at Advantage Grand Canyon, are here to help. We will provide all the detailed information you may require to make an informed choice.
We can help organize private river rafting expeditions as per your group's interests and requirements. We make the trip more enjoyable by providing an expert guide on a specific topic like photography or history. Our guides entertain you through the day with their stories and details and have ample time at night to quench your thirst for more information about the Grand Canyon.
We have discount packages if you have a large group vying to book a whitewater rafting trip. We will organize your customized rafting tour, which easily accommodates a maximum of 14 guests per raft. We give you the liberty to plan your trip for a truly unique adventure like requesting a specific study leader, choosing to charter, and selecting your favorite hiking spots.
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