Grand Canyon Rafting Trips
Run Rapids, hike the falls, picnic lunch
$346 per person (Limited Time Preseason Price)
add helicopter ride $199
***Prices include all taxes and fees
1-Day Whitewater Overview
The 1 Day Grand Canyon rafting trip is perfect for those who are short on time and want a taste of a true whitewater experience one mile deep in Grand Canyon. Run rapids on the Colorado River, hike to Travertine Falls, eat lunch on the river bank and take a helicopter ride to the rim – all in one day.
While on the river discover the rich traditions of the Hualapai people and raft downstream with a native guide. In addition, there is no requirement to hike in or out of the Grand Canyon. For those who want a bird’s eye view, the helicopter transport to the rim adds a highlight to your day rafting the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Rafting Options
Those that are looking for more adventure can take a 2-day, 3-day or longer Grand Canyon rafting tour. Not sure which Grand Canyon trip is best for you, give us a call. We’ll answer your questions and guide you through the process. Find your perfect Colorado river rafting trip at the same price you would get directly from the outfitter.
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1-Day Grand Canyon Rafting Trip Details
$346 per person
(Limited Time Preseason Price)
- Price Includes: all taxes and fees, transportation from the Hualapai Lodge to the Colorado River and back, picnic lunch, beverages and snacks.
- Helicopter Add-On (Optional): $199 per person
- Optional Skywalk Add-On (Optional): $63 per person – Available when helicopter operates
- Minimum Age: 8 years
- Meeting Place: Hualapai Lodge in Peach Springs, AZ. Transportation: Round Trip Available, ask for details.
- Meeting Time: 7:30 a.m.
- Return Time: Between 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
- Rapids: Class II-III+ depending on water levels
- River Miles: 35 with helicopter / 54 without helicopter
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One Day Grand Canyon Rafting Reviews
This trip was amazing!!!!!!
Totally worth the money!! We basically left thinking we would do it again!! It’s adventurous, so much fun, and an experience you’ll remember for life. You get to experience the Grand Canyon from below and the canyon walls just completely tower over with their magnitude and beauty. The Colorado River was amazing from it’s greenish/blueish tones to the exciting whitewaters and then the calm part towards the end- and Yes it’s Cold, but in the hot day, the water felt pretty refreshing. The trip was also not so physically demanding, the hike to the waterfall was quick (and one of my favorites parts), you do have to climb, but the level of exertion is really low (do take shoes that won’t slip). We didn’t have the option to do the helicopter because of COVID, but I think we would’ve liked that experience because at the end the boat trip does get a bit lengthy and one gets to get a little tired. All the guides were very friendly and they’re great at pointing out interesting parts of the canyon and it’s history, along with any wildlife (we got Lucky and we saw 2 packs of bighorn sheep (male & female) ; once in the canyon and another one by the river drinking. Oh and we also saw deer on the bus ride down to the canyon). I would definitely recommend this trip to anyone who wants to experience a bit more of the Grand Canyon and have a fun adventure! P.S. you’re gonna get soaked and it’s so worth it!
Great experience on the river.
Rapids are really fun
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Smooth Rafting Options Near Grand Canyon
While this is the only 1-day rafting trip within Grand Canyon National Park, outside the park there are other full or half-day smooth water rafting trips without rapids. These trip are through Black Canyon just downstream of Lake Mead and upstream of Grand Canyon in Glen Canyon.