Do You Have To Rent Rafts For a Float Trip?
If you’ve never tried it, you have to get on a river in a raft and enjoy the natural waterways of Grand Teton National Park. Thousands of customers have trusted Solitude to help make their vacations something unforgettable. The experienced professionals from Solitude Float Trips navigate down the beautiful Snake River on one of the most scenic floats in the country to help you create a memory you and your families will have for a lifetime! Give us a call or fill out the form on our website to get set up on a relaxing, all-equipment-included, guided, floating tour down the Snake River.
What You Need for a Float Trip
When you decide to join Solitude for a scenic tour down the river, all you have to do is bring your camera, a good attitude, and a willingness to appreciate your surroundings! We’ll have you covered for the rest. Signing up for a float includes the safety equipment to make sure you and your group can thoroughly enjoy the outing, state-of-the-art rafts, and the knowledgeable tour guide(s) that will ensure a memorable trip for every guest involved. No need to worry about buying, renting, or packing your own raft or safety equipment, which means you can pack light for a day out in some of the best that nature has to offer. Rafts are included for large groups and for small parties – we’ve even had weddings take place on the river! Float trips are a great way to spend the day and give you so much-needed time with friends and family in nature.
What to Expect on a Float Trip
You and your party will be able to see forested and open environments that will expose you to ample amounts of both floral and animal species. This diverse display of Grand Teton’s natural landscape and wildlife can only be seen from the all-inclusive raft float tours we offer 6 times a day. Starting at Deadman’s bar, each trip takes roughly two hours and is a must-do for those who want to experience Jackson Hole’s best. Our guides are an eclectic group, all of whom bring something unique to the table, but each of them will point out historical marks, interesting facts, wildlife, and more… right from the comfort of your raft!
The main and most unfortunate reason tourists miss out on such a fun experience is the belief that buying or renting a raft is required. Not only is it not required to have your own raft, but it’s not recommended! Many of our visitors are from out of town and don’t want to try to find a raft rental or figure out transport back home. Book a Grand Teton Scenic Float Trip on our website by filling out the form and let the equipment be a problem for our professionals so you can just enjoy your time in some of the most beautiful bits our country has to offer!