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From Las Vegas: Emerald Cave Kayak Tour with Shuttle Pickup9 Reviews
Experience an epic adventure through the Black Canyon and see Emerald Cave on a kayak tour with a shuttle pickup from Las Vegas. Paddle along the Colorado River to see falcons and bald eagles.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Las Vegas:If youʻre booking your trip to Las Vegas last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Discover the beauty and history of the refreshing Colorado River
- Be prepared to see Big Horn Sheep, Roadrunners and Bald Eagles
- Step back in time over 100 years ago when the gold rush was booming
DescriptionWe have 3 different pick up points conveniently located along the Las Vegas Strip (Mandalay Bay, Bellagio, Venetian) where you will be picked up shuttled to the banks of the might Colorado River. We will then paddle through primitive volcanic canyon walls towering over 900’ and through giant volcanic boulders at the opening of Black Canyon. Venture out of your kayaks on land where you will hike up a hill to learn some fascinating history about the area and get a spectacular view of the entire canyon. Back your kayak into the Cave to witness the remarkable emerald green water. Enjoy hanging out with friends and family while enjoying the wildlife drama unfold on both Nevada and Arizona shorelines. Be prepared to see desert bighorn sheep, osprey, falcons, bald eagles, and great blue heron in their natural setting!
IncludesThis adventure includes round trip shuttle service, all gear and equipment, kayaks, snacks, water and entry fee into the park.
- You will definitely get wet on this tour (at least up to your knees and anything above that is considered a bonus). The river is 53°F/10.5°C year round. It is quite refreshing during the heat of summer, but unless you want to become part of the polar bear club, too cold for winter swimming. Bathing suits are recommended for adventurous folks that want to dive in the river during the hotter months
- There is no white water here, but depending on wind, weather, and flow rates, there can be choppy water, rolling waves, and even large swells along the way. The kayaks are stable, and most people make it through the day without any “out-of-boat experiences'