Hoover Dam Rafting and Post Card Tour

Spend an exciting few hours exploring the Black Canyon National Water Trail on this fully narrated and historic raft tour of the Colorado River. There are two different tours to choose from. The Postcard Tour is 1.5 hours on the river, whereas the Regular Run Tour is 3 hours on the river.  The Postcard Tour includes:  Hoover Dam Postcard Tour allows visitors to view the Hoover Dam, the bypass bridge and journey just far enough down river to feel the canyon’s surreal setting. See up close and personal the concrete slabs, steps and rails used to build the dam. See the Old Catwalk, Gauging Station, and removed rock hillsides. The Regular Run Tour includes: Your journey begins with pick-up at your hotel and a ride to the check-in location overlooking Lake Mead. From there you will travel down Lower Portal Road, the same road used by construction workers when building the Hoover Dam. From the base of Hoover Dam you’ll have a bird’s-eye view of the Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge spanning Black Canyon and connecting Arizona and Nevada, 900 feet above the Colorado River. During your 12-mile exploration of history, your raft will pass through canyon walls that in some places rise 2,000 feet above the river’s edge. Experience waterfalls, hot springs, geological wonders and wildlife such as desert big horn sheep, osprey, great blue heron and more with the help of an experienced guide with incredible knowledge of the history of the dam and area.   A stop along the way at a beach for lunch will give you the opportunity to swim or play in the cool clear water of the Colorado River. Lunch, including a turkey wrap, chips, apple and bottle of water will be served in a souvenir insulated bag. Vegetarian and gluten-free lunches are also available with 72 hour notice.  The raft tour ends at Willow Beach, Ariz. where you will be transported back to your hotel.

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