Grand Canyon white water Rafting Reviews
Watch this Grand Canyon White Water Rafting 1 Day Review to see if a white water rafting trip through the Grand Canyon is on the bucket list for you. Multi-Day white water rafting trips require planning well in advance. Usually, at least 1 year. Now, you can experience the only one day white water rafting grand canyon with the .
Grand Canyon white water rafting one day trips are the latest exciting way to enjoy rafting adventure in the Canyon. This adventure requires a fraction of the time that the Multi-Day Rafting adventures take. Now you can be picked up in Williams, Arizona near Interstate 40, and just 60 miles from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, and enjoy the Hualapai River Runners rafting tour. The drive down Diamond creek may be a little bumpy, but the ride and the beautiful scenery are preparation for the adventure that awaits you. Once you arrive at the Colorado River, you will suit up, put on your Life Jacket, and soon you’ll be off to hit the rapids. This is the ONLY road to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, as well.
You can’t beat a day with the Hualapai River Runners rafting on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. You will get wet from the get-go and the 8 other rapids will be awaiting your arrival. It will have you and your fellow river runners grinning from ear-to-ear and laughing like never before!
One of the highlights after leaving your raft is walking up a deck of stairs to board a helicopter, which takes you up and out of the canyon and to a nearby helipad. This is a first time experience for most white water rafters and a helicopter ride with a view that you can truly appreciate.
The Hualapai River Runners rafting one day trip is well worth it…especially if you can’t do a multi day trip. Your guides will make this an awesome trip by telling you some interesting stories and native american history related to the canyon as you float along. A day to be remembered for the rest of your life.
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What is the waiting list time for white water rafting down the Colorado River Grand Canyon
The various companies that do the white water rafting on the Colorado River don't publish their waiting lists for rafting.