This full-day air, land, and water adventure — from the Grand Canyon South Rim to Antelope Canyon and beyond — begins at Grand Canyon National Park Airport with a pilot meet and greet. Then it’s a 140-mile flight over the Grand Canyon’s East Rim, the Colorado River, and Lake Powell to Page, Arizona. Enjoy a continental breakfast before or after the flight.
At Page Municipal Airport, meet an American Indian tour guide who will lead a 1.5-hour expedition in a 4x4 vehicle to Antelope Canyon, a stunning slot canyon on Navajo land east of Page. Proceed through a 2-mile tunnel to the starting point for a rafting trip.
Break for a picnic-style lunch (sandwich, chips, cookie, fruit, and bottled water) in a souvenir cooler bag before boarding a motorized raft to float 15.5 miles along the Colorado River. Pass through the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area as the guide talks about the history and geology of the region.
Finally, board a van or coach for the 3.5-hour drive back to the Grand Canyon. Pass through the Navajo Nation and stop at the popular Cameron Trading Post for southwest Native American jewelry, arts, and crafts on the way.
This Grand Canyon tour concludes back at Grand Canyon National Park Airport.