KAYAK EMERALD CAVE DELUXE + SHUTTLE
- Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
- Location: White Hills, AZ
- Product code: KECDELUXE
Paddle through primitive volcanic canyon walls towering over 900’.
Explore giant volcanic boulders at the opening of Black Canyon, where many paddlers contemplate a descent into the crystal clear, emerald waters of the Colorado River. Take a break from kayaking and explore the area while hiking up a hill to a historical site that will give you breathtaking views of the entire canyon. Enjoy a catered lunch on a remote beach while watching the wildlife drama unfold on Nevada and Arizona shorelines. In their natural setting, be prepared to see desert bighorn sheep, osprey, falcons, bald eagles, and great blue heron!
Black Canyon is a short from the LV Strip, located in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The tour begins when you arrive at Willow Beach, Arizona.
This tour is for beginners to advanced paddlers alike.
- Four hours
- Strip Hotel Pick up/drop off at either Mandalay Bay 8:30am, Bellagio 8:20am, or Venetian 8:10am
- Entrance into National Park (7-day park pass)
- Paddle distance: up to 6mi/9.6km
- Emerald Cave (a small cut-out of the mountain, not a tunnel)
- Historical site
- Wildlife viewing
- Complimentary bottled water, juice, & snacks
- Catered lunch included (several selections; catered from a local deli)
- Professional tour guide(s)
- Touring kayak with rudder
- Group discounts for 8+ people
Las Vegas Resort & Hotel pickup times may vary and will be given upon confirmation of booking. Please be courteous to other participants and promptly show up on time at the tour bus area provided in the confirmation email. Please have your cellular phone on and available.
What to Bring
- Hat, sunglasses, & sunscreen
- Water shoes, sandals, or old tennis shoes (no flip-flops or slides, please) You will get wet up to your knees
- Layered clothing (swimsuit & layers for warmth & UV protection, preferably no cotton or denim)
- Camera/Phone for pictures
- Cash for souvenirs & tips ( our guides never expect them, but always appreciate them)