Uniquely Holiday River Expeditions
Looking to enhance your river rafting vacation? A river trip should always be fun. At Holiday River Expeditions, innovations specific to the company ensure what we believe are the best river trips out there. Check out these top five things about Holiday River Expeditions that make our river rafting adventures very safe, exciting, fun, efficient, and overall just plain great.
2. Same ownership since 1966. Dee and Sue Holladay started this company, and they’re still with it. Every other river rafting company out there has somehow, throughout the years, been morphed, merged, bought, sold—you name it. Holiday is exactly the same, and we think that’s a really solid point in our favor.
4. Guides who know more than just how to row a boat. Rowing the boat is pretty important, and our guides excel at that. But there’s more to a river trip than just knowing how to handle a boat. Dee Holladay edited and published half a dozen interpretive references specifically for sharing the history, geology, wildlife, and plant life of the rivers Holiday runs. He also developed a guide training program that covers not only boat handling and safety, but culinary skills and guest interpretive training. Accurate interpretation for each river’s particular history, geology, flora, and fauna is all a part of guide training. Go on, ask your guide questions about the local geology or the animals you see along the way—their answers will add more depth to your trip and help you appreciate the beautiful rivers even more.
5. Dee Holladay’s innovations. Dee has been a pioneer in the river rafting industry in many ways. Some of his particular innovations that really make Holiday stand out include these:
–Safest, most comfortable rafts in the business
“Each trip with Holiday is different. All trips are very well run. I am a “gear guy” and notice the Holiday setup and it is clever!” Quote ~ Earl Warhmund
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.
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