Meet The One Day Grand Canyon Rafting Tour That Let’s You Sample The Canyon from Top to Bottom…
It’s the trip that combines a 4,000-foot helicopter descent with an 11-mile smooth float trip. Do it and you’ll have seen more than a Park Ranger…Hi, Erik here, and I want to direct your attention to a fantastic Grand Canyon rafting trip that includes a thrilling helicopter trip to the bottom of the West Rim. When it comes to exploring this part of the canyon, I can’t think of a more exciting and fulfilling way to do it.
This is an all-day tour and one of the greatest Grand Canyon samplers ever assembled. It quite literally scours the canyon from top to bottom and leaves no rock unturned. Take a look at what you get to see & do:
- Descend 4,000-feet to the bottom of the Grand Canyon
- Champagne picnic on the canyon’s ancient floor
- Tour the base of Hoover Dam’s 700-foot retaining wall
- Ride a professional-grade pontoon river raft
- Float 11 miles down the most scenic section of the Colorado River
- Swim at Willow Beach (optional)
- Fly over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, and the Grand Canyon Skywalk
…and much more
Making this trip super-special is the fact that nowhere else but at the West Rim can you fly to the bottom of the canyon. Further, because these are pontoon rafts, you’ll most definitely see hordes of wildlife including Big Horn sheep.
This helicopter-float trip is ideal for large groups, individuals and families. You don’t have to be Lance Armstrong-fit to enjoy this tour. Kids, four years of age and older, are welcome. It’s also the perfect day trip for active seniors!
This is an all-inclusive trip. It comes with everything, including free hotel shuttle service, lunch, and beverages. This tour runs seasonally from April to November. Summer months are hot, so bring plenty of sunscreen, a hat, and a bathing suit.
Alternatively, consider this 1-day white water rafting trip.