How a Grand Canyon Rafting Trip Can Change Your Life

Grand Canyon Expeditions - Allison Grand Canyon River Rafting 8 Comments

What can you expect when you are planning a Grand Canyon white water river rafting trip with your family and friends?  Excitement, anticipation and lots of laughter are in your future if you go on a Grand Canyon rafting trip.   You are also likely to be flooded with emotions during your expedition.  The Grand Canyon has a way of doing that to you.

 

Here are a few other things you can look forward to as well.

1.    Thrills-White water rafting is an exhilarating experience. You are bound to get your fair share of thrills on your Grand Canyon rafting expedition. Between the white water rapids, hiking, waterfalls and camping you are sure to go home with stories and memories that will last you a lifetime.  After your rafting adventure you may feel like you conquered nature and overcame one of its bigger challenges. It’s an experience you will cherish for the rest of your life.

Grand Canyon River2.    Scenery-  It’s important to take step back and really appreciate the beauty of mother nature that surrounds you, especially in the Grand Canyon. The alluring river surrounded by ponderosa pines and juniper trees with the steep canyon walls are sure to capture your heart.  Picture perfect scenery is all around you, this alone makes a trip down the Grand Canyon worth it. You’ll find yourself captivated by the beauty that seems to engulf you. You can find jagged cliffs impending overhead, the magnificent waterfalls are stunning and captivating.  Just reading about it doesn’t give you the jaw-dropping experience unless you see it with you own eyes.

3.    Nature- Cities are polluted with cars, people, buildings and more.  A Colorado River rafting trip allows you to see the raw beauty of nature and to enjoy some much needed fresh air.  There are over 200 species of trees and shrubs in Grand Canyon National Park making it the perfect place to get back to nature.  This is your chance to let go of all your worries and just enjoy nature at its finest.

4.    Water- The cold, fresh water splashing you as you ride the waves that crash towards you are sure to wake you up!  Whether this is your first time rafting or you are a seasoned veteran you are guaranteed  to take home unforgettable moments and memories.  It is believed that rivers can talk with you, all you have to do is listen carefully.

Ready to jump in?  Check out our 2017 dates.  We promise you will not be disappointed.  

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  1. Interested sometime in April, 2017 for four people on the 8 day trip. Are there water release dates or what suggestions would you have for a booking during that month?

  2. Allison, you said it all, but my experience was even better! The picture of cold water splashing, gives me fond memories of the best trip I ever took in my life! You and Grand Canyon Expeditions made that happen for me, my husband, and brother. Thanks from all of us !

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  3. I really like the idea of seeing the true beauty of nature. I really get bummed out living in the city. I can not even see the stars at night. It would be nice to get out of the city for a few days and connect with nature. I’ll talk to my wife about taking a trip soon.

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      Hi Brian- Every month has its perks. In April and May, flowers are blooming and baby animals are out and about. In June and July, it really starts to warm up and it’s a great time to take family trips. August is the start of monsoon season and you can see rim falls, absolutely incredible. In September, the colors start to change and it begins to cool down.

      It is really personal preference and what Mother Nature has up her sleeve. If you like the heat June, July and August are the months for you. If you prefer cooler temps April, May or September might be for you.

      Basically, anytime you’re in the Grand Canyon it’s magical.

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