by Julie Trevelyan


Flow Your Own Way

What’s better than a river rafting trip? One that’s all about you and your specifically chosen group of fellow floaters. Got a family reunion coming up? Planning a little corporate adventure to bond your team? How about that bachelor or bachelorette party? Special class program or graduation trip you need to arrange? If you can create it, Holiday can build it for you. From as few as 10 people to as many as 100, your dream of a  charter river trip can easily become reality on one of the rockin’ rivers we like to paddle. Bonus? The friendly Holiday River Expeditions website gives you downloadable tools to help plan it all. Now, how’s that for awesome customer service?

Rivers to Run

Some of the more popular rivers for charter groups include Lodore, which is a section of the Green River that winds through Dinosaur National Monument; Salmon River Canyons, which showcases the best of Idaho’s Salmon River; the majesty of the Main Salmon River; the classic Cataract Canyon; the Colorado River’s Westwater Canyon, which is sometimes called a mini version of the Grand Canyon; and, to change things up, mountain biking on the famous White Rim Trail.


Group Organizing “Tool Kit”

Managing a large group can vex the saintliest among us. Age requirements. Food demands. Entertainment requests. Medical issues to consider. Effective and efficient communication. Since your rafting trip is supposed to be fun, Holiday is all about helping you out as much as possible. At one glance you can check out Rates & Dates, Make Your Reservation, Trip Information Sheets, Gear & Clothing Checklist, Group Guest Data Form, Trip Cancellation Insurance, and Maps. If you have more questions, give the office a call and get all the answers you need from the savvy staff there.


Or, if you can wrangle together 10 or more happy adventurers, you’ll still get a discount! Call the office for more details on how you can make your charter trip even more affordable. The more people who go, the bigger the discounts get.


Written by Julie Trevelyan.

Julie is a freelance writer and wilderness guide in southern Utah. She especially enjoys books, coffee, yoga, wild country, horses, and dark chocolate.