Horseshoe Bend is the number one attraction on the East side of the Grand Canyon. The Half Day Float Trips, 4x4 Tours of Antelope Canyon, Boat Tours on Lake Powell, and the All-New Helicopter Tour to the top of Tower Butte will all give you a great experience while visiting this area of the Canyon.
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Northern Arizona's very popular Half Day Raft Trips Grand Canyon. Departing daily from Colorado River Discovery's headquarters in Page, Arizona from March 1st to November 30th. Adults (ages 12 & up): $86+$6 River Use Fee Children (ages 4-11): $76+$6 River Use Fee For Reservations & Information Please Call: (928) 645-9175 or (888) 522-6644 The river trip begins with an exciting ride down the two mile long Glen Canyon Dam access tunnel to the base of Glen Canyon Dam. This is where you will board your raft and be off to an exciting trip on the Colorado River. While underway, your … [Read more...]
BOOK NOW Or call 888-635-7272Take the Tower Butte Landing Tour overlooking Lake Powell and Padre Bay! The newest, most exciting Helicopter Tour on earth! A totally new and innovative aerial sightseeing experience that is sure to be the highlight of your tour of the American Southwest. Your adventure begins from the Page Municipal Airport. After climbing aboard your comfortable touring helicopter, you lift off, and in minutes, you’re over one of the most famous beauty spots in the world: Lake Powell! Scene of such movie classics as “Planet of the Apes” and “The Greatest … [Read more...]
The Southwest's most intimate air tour. You will get down into Glen Canyon and see Lake Powell with magnificent Rainbow Bridge. Don't miss this opportunity to see the world's largest natural bridge carved in stone. Book Online today for the best price! In 1910, Rainbow Bridge was designated a National Monument by President William Taft. In the years that followed, a few more rugged individuals made the arduous trek to view Rainbow Bridge, including author Zane Grey and President Theodore Roosevelt. As recently as the 1950’s, the trip to Rainbow Bridge still wasn’t easy: back then, … [Read more...]