Who’s Ready to Go Grand Canyon River Rafting
All you riparian rooters rejoice, for the Grand Canyon has a brand new river adventure rolled up its sleeve. Presenting (drumroll please)…the Grand Canyon and Colorado River Float, a one of a kind, wet, wild and wonderful Grand Canyon tour that will surely leave you asking for more. Bad rhymes aside, if you are looking for a real live 4d movie experience, then it doesn’t get better than this.
Three days of lazing around the sensual and serpentine meanders of an emerald Colorado river, being waited on hand and foot by professional guides who know the nook behind every brook and tell the tale behind every sail, float by towering cliffs that hold years of history quietly in their midst, marvel at the mysterious sand formations in Sedona’s Red Rock county, pass through nature’s very own sculpture garden and be assaulted by colors which will, pardon the pun, leave you stoned.
This three day extravaganza starts off with an air conditioned coach pick up from your Phoenix/Scottsdale hotel. Visit the vast wilds of the Sonora Desert which covers more than 100,000 square miles in Arizona, California, and Mexico, pass through the dazzling Red Rock country of Sedona where the intrepid colors of rust rocks ruses the most rusty nature lover out of hibernation. Art will definitely catch your eye and capture your heart at the historic Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Indian Reservation. End the day on a high note by driving along the East rim of the Grand Canyon where many a craggy rock has found a voice in its innate beauty.
Batten all hatches, because it’s time to hit the waters! Day two is bound to make a bigger splash with you for its river ride time. After a sumptuous breakfast, get transferred to the Colorado River bank by coach, where a bobbing raft awaits your arrival. Float lazily along the river taking in towering cliffs, lazy trees, pertroglyphs, an intensely diverse flora and fauna.
After an overnight stay in Sedona, enjoy a day of leisure in Red Rock country through a historic excursion or a rugged outback jeep ride. All good things do come to an end, but fret not for you will be returning home with a lifetime of memories and bagful of smiles. For more details about Grand Canyon’s brand new tour, visit here.