Rafting and Boat Tours in the Grand Canyon Area

Commercial rafting tours are available on the Colorado River by licensed outfitters. Also tour major lake recreation areas that offer rentals and boat tours.

Relaxing while rafting on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. Photo by Whit Richardson

Booking Your Grand Canyon Rafting Trip

You can narrow down your choices by considering what you personally want out of the your experience. You may be interested in the cruising luxury of a motorized-raft trip: the size of these big boats soften the power of the rapids and motors allow you to move faster down the river. Read More...

Lees Ferry - Mile 0 for rafting in the Grand Canyon

Drive to the Colorado River via Lees Ferry

Lees Ferry: Drive to the banks of the Colorado River Read More...

Rafting trip through the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River. Photo by Whit Richardson

Grand Canyon Rafting Outfitters & Essentials

Rafting Grand Canyon can change your life. Here are the essential details to plan the ultimate trip including skills, seasons, and rafting outfitters. Read More...

Hualapai Tribe member Luka Montana, river guide Andre Wakayute (back) and two families motor down the colorado river. Photo via Cary Bricker, third rafter from left

Grand Canyon West Rafting Trip Ends with Helicopter Ride

Join the Hualapai tribe members for an unforgettable day rafting through the western end of the Grand Canyon and taking a helicopter to its rim. Read More...

View from Yavapai Point in the Grand Canyon

Great West Adventure Co – Tours from Sedona or Flagstaff

Take a tour of the Grand Canyon and surrounding attractions. You choose from many transportation options including train, motorized raft, helicopter, or coach. Read More...

Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas

Rent a Houseboat or Take a Lake Powell Tour

Lake Powell is the ultimate playground with nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline, perfect weather and some of the west’s most spectacular scenery. Read More...