There are plenty of amazing places for white water rafting in the world, but few are as breathtaking as the stretch of the Colorado River that snakes its way through the Grand Canyon. Of course, white water rafting is about the excitement and thrill of the rafting itself. But, when you combine all of that excitement with the stunning views of the Grand Canyon’s red, layered cliff faces, you have something else entirely.
Just think of the hundreds of thousand of tourists who come to the Grand Canyon every year. The majority of them only ever take in the view from the top. If you’re white water rafting down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, you can gain an appreciation for this geological wonder that few get.
So, what do you think? Not sure if you want to add a trip down the Colorado River to your rafting wish list? Then come take a tour with us, and let use show you in pictures why you haven’t truly white water rafted yet until you’ve done it through the Grand Canyon!
1. Seeing is Believing
The Grand Canyon is truly one of the most stunning places in the entire world. You have to see it for yourself to believe it.
2. The Colorado River
At a length of 1,450 miles, the Colorado River runs through the United States and Mexico.
3. Grab a Raft
Through the Grand Canyon, it won’t all be white caps, which you’ll be glad of! The views are positively amazing!
4. Get Going
Of course, there’s plenty of white water rafting excitement to be had, so make sure that you’re ready!
5. Be Ready
As you can see here, there will be plenty of places where you and your crewmates meddle will be tested!