Visitors to the Grand Canyon National Park have the opportunity to turn their vacation into a thrilling adventure through the Southwest. Depart the Grand Canyon Airport in the morning aboard a sightseeing airplane and touch down in Page, Arizona - where you'll tour the world-famous Antelope Canyon before embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime raft trip along the Colorado River. You'll drift between ancient rock walls and will even float through Horseshoe Bend before you arrive back in the Grand Canyon National Park area.
Departure: Grand Canyon National Park
Destination: Page/Antelope Canyon
Duration: 12.5 Hours
Transportation: Airplane | River Raft | Shuttle
Upgrades Available: None
Set off on a grand adventure that combines sightseeing via air, water, and land travel. This tour departs from the Grand Canyon National Park Airport on a scenic flight aboard a sightseeing airline. Sit back in air-conditioned comfort and witness the breathtaking scenery below you as the flight soars over the Grand Canyon's Eastern Rim, the Confluence of the Little Colorado River, and the sparkling expanse of Lake Powell.
Upon landing you will disembark your aircraft, climb aboard a 4-wheel drive vehicle and head to Antelope Canyon for a guided tour. Your guide will share the history, point out rock formations, and offer suggestions to capture the best possible photos of the mystical slot canyon.
The final leg of this adventure is a scenic 15.5-mile journey up the Colorado River launching from the base of Glen Canyon Dam aboard a motorized raft guided by Wilderness River Adventures. During your journey, your river guide will detail the history of Glen Canyon, as well as point out the native animals that inhabit the area. Your river tour also includes a stop on the river bank to view ancient petroglyphs interpreted by your guide. Back on the water, your raft will wind its way through Horseshoe Bend before docking at historic Lee's Ferry. Ground transportation back to the Grand Canyon National Park area includes a visit to the legendary Cameron Trading Post. Total tour time is approximately 12.5 hours.
All guests must be at least 4 years old to enjoy this experience.
Total Tour Duration
Approximately 12.5 hours from start to finish
Approximately 1 hour
Approximately 1.5 hours, including transfers
Time Spent at Glen Canyon
Approximately 5 hours
Check-In & Breakfast
Check-In at our private terminal at the Grand Canyon National Park Airport. After checking in you'll enjoy a continental breakfast.
See views of the Grand Canyon's Eastern Rim, the Colorado River, Lake Powell, and Horseshoe Bend en route to Page, Arizona
Arrive at Page airport and board a 4-wheel drive vehicle for transfers to Antelope Canyon. Learn about its creation while taking picture-perfect photos of this mystical slot canyon with the assistance of your very knowledgeable guide.
Transfer from Antelope Canyon to Wilderness River Adventures for check in. Then travel 2 miles through the canyon walls to the base of Glen Canyon Dam where the 15.5 mile rafting trip begins.
A quick stop is made along the river bank to stretch your legs and enjoy a short hike to view the ancient petroglyphs.
Continue your raft trip through Glen Canyon and as you make your way up the Colorado River, you'll see the famous Horseshoe Bend.
The rafting tour concludes once you arrive Lee's Ferry where return transfers will be waiting. Travel through parts of the Navajo Indian Reservations with a quick stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post prior to returning to the Grand Canyon National Park area.
Guests must provide their own transportation to our Grand Canyon Terminal
Drop-off locations are limited to Grand Hotel, Holiday Inn, Red Feather Lodge, Canyon Plaza Hotel, Best Western Squire Inn, and Maswik Lodge.