Book your trip online with our rafting partner, ARTA River Trips. If you can’t find the right trip or would rather make your reservation over the phone give us a call or email us. We can find you another trip on this or another river that meets your needs. Since all payments are non-refundable we recommend you get travel insurance. There is no fee for our service, ensuring the cost of your expedition is the same as booking direct.
Some of Our Favorite Trips
Baja Sea Kayaking
Sneak away for a warm week during the winter. Mexico’s Sea of Cortez is famous for its abundant marine life.
Illinois River Rafting
For those willing to battle the elements. The best western wilderness rafting trip with class IV+ rapids and dramatic views.
Rogue River Rafting
Spend 4 days in Southern Oregon camping, rafting and inflatable kayaking the class III Wild & Scenic Rogue River.
Salmon River Rafting
Raft and inflatable kayak the Grand Canyon of Idaho. Enjoy hot springs and ideal camping on huge sandy beaches.
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Rafting Toilets in Grand Canyon
One of our most commonly asked questions here at Rivers & Oceans is the inevitable “What is the bathroom situation when rafting the Grand Canyon?”. While we wish it was just as simple as plumbing pipes and flushable toilets, we’re here to talk about The Groover, which is the next best thing.
Crystal Rapid – Grand Canyon
One of the more infamous rapids of the Grand Canyon is Crystal Rapid. It ranks between 7-10 on the Grand Canyon rapid scale depending on how high the river is flowing. The rapid itself is created from Crystal Creek entering on river right and Slate Creek entering on river left at the same point on the Colorado river.