Colorado River
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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 49 reviews

This was hands down just AMAZING! I’m not athlete at all and this was pretty easy once you got the hang of it. The river was beautiful and out guide Kylie was funny and very informative about the history. Definitely wear sandals and either shorts or joggers you can pull up to your mid calf. My husband and I showed up in sneakers and walking barefoot on the rocks to get on and off the kayaks was not fun hahah I can’t wait until I come back and I will definitely bring my family! Also side note. I totally regretted not getting a double kayak (since I’m never really physically active) I’m already so sore hahah sooo if you’re like me and you haven’t been active in a while, if you have a partner I 100% suggest getting a kayak with two seats. It’ll just be so much easier hahah

A nice trip to several beautiful places.

I traveled with my 16 year old son to see the beautiful sights of the national parks. The parks did not disappoint but the tour guide, who was very nice but low energy, could have been more enthusiastic and went above and beyond the basic information. He functioned more as the host keeping us abreast of the schedule but gave only basic information about the parks. Overall it was a very positive experience and I would travel with this group again.

Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley & Horseshoe Bend 3-Day Tour

This 3-Day Tour is surprisingly pleasant and offers some great tourist experiences in the southwest of the United States. Too bad we couldn't spend more time in Sedona, Az, because the views and hiking options are excellent. Might go there next time. The trip to Monument Valley was worth it. Valley of Fire was a pleasant stop on the way back to Las Vegas.

Great guide and the best driver ever. But ... I was under the impression that a 15 passenger bus tour was being offered, not a 60 passenger one. It was rather stressful to be in such a situation for three days covering 1000 miles. That said, I did enjoy seeing so much of the Grand Canyon in a short timeframe.

We had an amazing time. Our guide John was awesome. He kept the whole tour interesting and showed us great photo opportunities. Definitely worth the money to get a small group tour in a comfortable vehicle to travel.