Grand Canyon West Offers Special to BIA Employees – Hike, Whitewater Raft & Helicopter Tour of Canyon’s West Rim

Whitewater rafting near Grand Canyon

Single-Day Guided Tour Lets Bureau of Indian Affairs Employees
Explore the Canyon’s West Rim from the Colorado River to the Sky

Published June 3, 2016

PEACH SPRINGS, ARIZONA — Hualapai River Runners and Grand Canyon West, subsidiaries of the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation, are inviting employees of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs, to visit Grand Canyon West Rim for the experience of a lifetime: A tour that takes adventurers from the Colorado River and the Canyon’s floor into the sky by helicopter and then to walk the Grand Canyon Skywalk.

“The Grand Canyon is a majestic place, known throughout the world, and it is home for the Hualapai People,” said Earlene Havatone, GM for Hualapai River Runners. “The experiences on our one-day rafting trips can’t be found anywhere else in the world.”

The Whitewater Rafting BIA Package for 2 includes one night’s lodging at the Hualapai Lodge on historic Route 66, Hualapai River Runners one-day rafting trip, helicopter ride and access to the famous Grand Canyon Skywalk (Optional). Transportation from Peach Springs to the Canyon and back is also included.

The cost for the basic BIA package – which must include two guests and provides access to the raft trip and lodging – is $637.10, a savings of 30% off the normal price. For guests who choose to add the helicopter tour, the cost for two visitors is $817.10. For visitors who add both the helicopter tour and the Skywalk experience, the cost for two guests is $925.16.

Located just two hours from Las Vegas and four hours from Phoenix, Grand Canyon West offers visitors a variety of outdoor and cultural experiences, including the world-famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, Colorado River raft tours helmed by Hualapai River Runners certified guides, helicopter tours, and horseback riding.

Lodging opportunities include the Hualapai Lodge, located on historic Route 66, and the Hualapai Ranch, with its rustic, western-themed cabins. All the Grand Canyon West tourism experiences pay homage to the culture and history of the Hualapai Tribe, which owns and operates the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation for the benefit of tribal members and the surrounding economy.


For more information visit To book a tour, call 1-888-868-9378 or 928-769-2636 and mention the “Whitewater Rafting BIA Package.” Thank you.

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