*$5,700/person is the pay it now rate: Pay in full for your trip at the time of booking. No refunds, transfers or substitutions
*$6,000/person is the regular price
*$5,400/person is the child rate (8-16yr)
*Prices subject to change
At 1:45pm, you will be flown from Las Vegas to Page, AZ the day prior to trip's launch for a 5:30pm "meet & greet", this is included in your trip fare. Lodging this evening in Page, AZ is not included in the price. You may also arrive to Page, AZ on your own and can expect a $100 refund should you choose this option. On the morning of day 1, you will meet in front of the lobby of the Lake Powell Resort at approximately 7:30am to board a bus for the 45 minute drive to the put in point at Lees Ferry. On the morning of the final day, you will be driven out via Diamond Creek road to Grand Canyon Caverns where you will board a charter plane to either the South Rim or Las Vegas, NV which will conclude your trip. Lunch and showers will be provided at Hualapai Lodge. It is not recommended to schedule outbound flights out of Las Vegas before 5pm.
Hotel at Trip’s Start in Page, AZ:
Transportation (trip’s start):
Transportation at Trip's End: You will have the option of flying to Las Vegas or Page, AZ. This is included in the trip fare.
See our transportation page for additional information
Oar raft trips are the second most popular of all raft types. Consisting of 5 passengers in total, these rafts are powered and navigated by your guide, however if you are interested in rowing in between rapids and at their discretion, you are welcome to grab the oars. A typical oar trip will consist of 5-6 rafts or floatilla. Oar trips travel at speed of the river 3-4 mph, more slowly and essentially doubling the trip duration when compared to a motorized trip. This slower pace offers a great opportunity for an intimate experience with the river while listening to your guide's extensive knowledge of the Grand Canyon. There are upper, lower, western and full canyon trips offered on motor rafts. Some full canyon trips continue straight through with the same group of passengers, while others will make a pit-stop to let off upper canyon passengers, and allow for lower canyon trip passengers to join the group for the rest of the trip.
Trip Cancellation Insurance - Highly Recommended
On the morning of day 1, you will meet at 7:30am to board a bus for the 50 minute drive to the put in point at Lees Ferry. You will meet your guides as they provide additional instruction and your life jacket. Shortly after you will be underway to begin your journey!
Wake up every morning to the smell of freshly brewed cowboy coffee and the sound of the running water echoing off of the canyon walls. A hot breakfast is served shortly after. Each day you will be on and off the raft multiple times as every day includes daily side canyon hiking opportunities to some of the most beautiful scenery the Grand Canyon has to offer. You'll be entertained and enlightened with fascinating information on the history, geology, and ecology of the canyon. In addition, you will see gorgeous waterfalls and streams rarely accessible outside of these multi-day raft trips. After enjoying the excitement of fun rapids, you will stop for lunch which is prepared river-side on a beautiful sandy beach. Lunch will be served and you can build your own sandwich with chips, cookies, fruit while taking in the breathtaking scenery, reading a book riverside or even fishing. Often, there is another stop after lunch before arriving at camp for the evening. While your crew sets up the camp kitchen for everyone, you can find your ideal camp spot and set up your "home" for the night. While dinner sizzles on the dinner on the grill, you'll have time to get better acquainted with your fellow river companions and relax with a cool drink by your side. After dinner, watch the sun set, and listen to the beautiful sounds of the river while you nestle into your sleeping bag under a sky full of stars. Tents are always available however depending on the season, many opt to sleep under the stars each night.
225 River Mile Trips/Diamond Creek Exit- Late morning sometimes early afternoon, you'll arrive at Diamond Creek where you will disembark and be met by transportation vehicle(s). You will travel for about an hour along a rough dirt road to the main highway in Peach Springs, AZ. Lunch and showers will be provided at Hualapai Lodge. You will then be transported via a previously arranged charter flight back to Page, AZ or Las Vegas, NV. All return transportion is included in your trip fare.
"Just a great experience in nature, with people, and the company. Of all of the times i've rafted the Colorado on commercial trips this was the best one!"
-Mountain View, CA
"We got under way and had fun immediately. There were rapids enough to get us wet and cold keeping us cool and comfortable. Every time we stopped, it was in another beautiful place and the food they provided was very good for camp food."
"Best vacation ever! We were a total of 24 family members and had the adventure of a life time. Can't say enough great things. Our 7 day tour was flawless with the an amazing crew of boatmen/boatwomen taking care of our every need around the clock."
"What a great organization and outfit! From start to finish, everything worked like clockwork day in-day out. The guides were super fun and knowledgeable! Loved all the stories and the camaraderie with the crew and everybody floating down the river!"
"The trip of a lifetime. Just got off the river two weeks ago and I’m ready to go again. The guides were incredible, the food was awesome and the views were amazing. There aren’t enough adjectives to describe this trip."