Colorado River Rafting & Canyonlands 4x4 Tour from Moab, UT

NAVTEC Expeditions321 N Main StreetMoab, UT 84532
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Experience Utah’s wilderness with this thrilling combo tour from Moab. Explore Canyonlands' Island in the Sky trails on an off-roading 4x4 tour, then tackle the Colorado River's Fisher Towers on a rafting trip through Professor Valley. The full-day adventure includes a buffet-style lunch, all equipment, and a professional guide.

up to 9 hrs 1 or more people

Good To Know

  • Tour duration is approximately 9 hours.
  • Includes a by 4WD, whitewater rafting, river gear and a riverside lunch served buffet style.
  • Park entrance fees ($15/person unless you have an annual Parks Pass) are not included. A link to purchase a park pass will be provided in your confirmation.
  • Please be at the meeting location 15 minutes prior to your tour time, or you can request pick-up from your Moab motel or campground if needed.
  • Remember to bring a refillable water bottle, swimsuit or fast-drying shorts, sunscreen, sunglasses with a securing strap, a hat, and sturdy footwear. No flip flops, please.
  • A rainsuit and bases layers such as long johns, sweater, fleece or wool are recommended for Spring and Fall trips.


from Colorado River Rafting & Canyonlands 4x4 Tour
Rugged landscapes meet whitewater rapids on this thrilling combination tour from Moab, Utah! This full-day excursion will introduce you to Canyonlands National Park's Island in the Sky district by 4-wheel drive (4WD), followed by a rafting trip through the stunning Professor Valley in the afternoon.

In the morning, explore remote four-wheel-drive trails in the Island in the Sky, including a portion of the White Rim Trail and Shafer Trail, and stunning views at Fossil Point. In the afternoon, you'll transfer to rafts for some whitewater fun on the Fisher Towers section of the Colorado River. A few moderate rapids and lunch on a riverside beach make for a fun-filled afternoon.

This outstanding tour gives you a first-class national park experience, plus an afternoon rafting. From whitewater fun to deep canyons, distant buttes, ancient rock art, natural stone arches and fossils, you'll see a little bit of everything.

Expert guides ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for adventurers of all ages and skill levels. With included amenities like lunch, quality gear, and licensed guide service, you can focus on soaking in the breathtaking scenery and making memories that last a lifetime.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Colorado River Rafting & Canyonlands 4x4 Tour

What should I wear and bring for the tour?

You should wear comfortable clothes that can get wet, such as a swimsuit, shorts, T-shirt and sandals. You should also bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, a water bottle and a change of clothes. You can bring your own soft drinks if you like.

How difficult is the rafting part of the tour?

The rafting part of the tour is rated as Class II-III, which means moderate rapids with some waves and splashes. The guides will provide safety instructions and help you navigate the river. You can also choose to paddle an inflatable kayak if you want more challenge.

What kind of 4WD vehicle will we use for the off-road driving?

You will use a custom-built 4WD vehicle that can handle the rugged terrain of Canyonlands. The vehicle has comfortable seats, air-conditioning, seat belts and large windows for optimal views.

How many people can join the tour?

The tour can accommodate up to 12 people per group.

What is included in the buffet lunch?

The buffet lunch includes a variety of sandwiches, salads, fruits, cookies and drinks.

What kind of raft will I be using?

You will be using either a paddle raft or an inflatable kayak, depending on your preference and availability. Both are fun and easy to maneuver, and you can choose to paddle solo or with a partner.