Dip a paddle in the water and embark on one of three types of voyages—from quiet lake exploration to thrilling river adventure.
Canoe and kayak trips are ideal for reflecting on nature. Many of these outings include frequent stops for day hikes, swimming, photography, or just stretching your legs.
If you love water-based adventure, then rafting trips are the place for you! Ride down exhilarating rapids, float down canyons, sample swimming holes, and take fascinating side hikes. Select family raft trips are also a great way to bond with the kids.
Unless otherwise stated in the brochure, trip prices include canoe/kayak/raft and equipment rental, all or most meals, camping or lodging expenses, and all on-trip activities.
Canoe or kayak along 60 to 70 miles of this incredible scenic waterway, seeking out river otters, alligators, and birds along the way. Spend evenings hiking, exploring or just sitting around the campfire with good company. More »
Kayak and explore the coastal plain of South Carolina, including Congaree National Park, Santee National Wildlife Refuge, and more. We'll hike and paddle among giant trees and explore mysterious swamps and a barrier island. More »
Spend a week with other adventurous women in Utah's redrock wonderland. Raft, kayak, or learn to standup paddleboard; hike the geologic formations of Arches and Canyonlands; and horseback ride in John Wayne country. More »
Kayak and explore the tranquil creeks and wild rivers of coastal Virginia. We'll experience a variety of coastal landscapes, with visits to Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Great Dismal Swamp, and the Eastern Shore. More »
Enjoy the colorful canyons of the San Juan River on a raft trip featuring Class II rapids, Ancestral Puebloan ruins and petroglyphs, and a variety of side hikes. At camp, we'll relax, enjoy hearty meals, and watch for mountain goats. More »
Raft intermediate rapids and view bighorn sheep, falcons, and 800-year-old rock art on billion-year-old walls. We'll also learn about dinosaurs and geology, discuss natural history, and enjoy gourmet meals. More »
Raft the crown jewel of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. We'll bounce through 40 major rapids, exploring tributary canyons, hot springs, and historic homesteads. This is one of the best river trips in the States. More »
Paddle a rugged coastline featuring stunning scenery, rolling swells, and wilderness campsites. We'll watch for endangered monk seals, green sea turtles, and various birds and spend evenings in rustic wilderness campgrounds. More »