Rafting in sedona

Rafting in sedona

Are you ready for a thrill? Take the only one-day Grand Canyon white water rafting tour on The Colorado River !!! White Water Rafting Tours from Sedona and Flagstaff Arizona Highlights:

– Narrated transportation – Light breakfast – 12 miles of class II-IV rapids – 20 miles of smooth scenic rafting – Hike to the magical Travertine Falls – Picnic lunch on the banks of the Colorado River – 4,000 foot cliff walls of the Grand Canyon – Hualapai Indian River Guide – Helicopter ride out of the canyon (weather permitting)

Picnic lunch is provided, includes: complimentary snacks (peanuts, cookie varieties) and a variety of beverages are available throughout the trip. On the ride up, bagels, cream cheese, fruit & juice is provided.

  • Lunch: Sandwich-turkey/ham, lettuce, tomato, cheese on a hoagie roll, and chip variety. Specialty lunches available with advance notice, let us know at the time of booking.

White Water Rafting Tours from Sedona and Flagstaff, Arizona

From Sedona, you’ll start by traveling through the Red Rocks and Oak Creek Canyon of Sedona and the towering Ponderosa Pines of Flagstaff. After a brief stop to meet our Flagstaff guests, we’ll continue on past Historic Williams on our way to the Hualapai Indian Reservation. Throughout your travels, you’ll receive informative and entertaining narration about the areas through which you pass from some of the most experienced and knowledgeable tour guides from the Sedona and Flagstaff areas.

Your Colorado River White Water Rafting Tour then takes you down the only access road through the Grand Canyon, right to the edge of the Colorado River. You may even spot the Wild Donkeys that live in this part of the Canyon. Upon boarding the motorized raft, your experienced Hualapai Indian River Guide (The Hualapai have been guiding these tours for over 30 years) will lead you on a 5-hour rafting journey of the Colorado River.

You’ll carve your way through the Grand Canyon, raft the Class II-IV white water rapids on this portion of the Colorado River (12 sets of rapids) and take a brief nature hike into a secret side canyon to the pristine Travertine Falls. After enjoying a light lunch on the banks of the Colorado River where the Blue Heron are known to nest, it’s time to reboard your raft and set out again.

Enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife in the area as you relax on a more gentle stretch of the Colorado River. You’ll pass through the 4,000 foot cliff walls of the Grand Canyon, stop and explore a secluded wilderness area, and may even catch a glimpse of the Desert Big Horn Sheep or Peregrine Falcons in the area. At the end of your white water rafting journey, you’ll ascend 4,000 feet from the bottom of the Grand Canyon at the Colorado River up to the rim by helicopter (weather permitting). You’ll have a chance to freshen up and shop at the Hualapai Indian Store at the Airport before loading up and heading home.

White Water Rafting Tours from Sedona and Flagstaff Arizona

(Note: In the event the helicopters cannot fly, ground transport will be provided.)

Cancellation Policy: 30 day advance cancellation notice in order to receive refund, no exceptions. Credit card will be charged 30 days prior to tour date. Please consider purchasing travel insurance as our cancellation policy is strictly enforced.

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