Experience a Colorado River jetboat excursion that takes you into spectacular river scenery bordering Canyonlands National Park. The newest and best-equipped boats are used for powering down the Colorado River. Exploring the calm water sections down river from Moab, these trips reveal spectacular, remote canyons of exquisite beauty. Choose from three hour Colorado River Jetboat "fun run" tour, the Moab Sunset Jetboat, or trips or the Dinner & Night Show in the evening.
Strap in, this hour long tour is one amazing ride! Don’t forget to notice the majesty of the Colorado River corridor as you jet upstream jumping, speeding, and spinning through rapids. Fun, thrills, and laughter guaranteed.Experience high speed Jetboat thrills in redrock scenery bordering Canyonlands National Park
See the red rock wonders of the Colorado River bordering Canyonlands National Park while skimming over the water in comfort.
The sunset hours - golden light hours- are the best time to witness the red rock wonders of the Colorado River bordering Canyonlands National Park. Snap photos while skimming over the water in comfort.
Enjoy a dutch-oven style meal prior to departure, then set out to see the desert and canyon walls in a totally unique way. Shadows and light cast on the walls make each tour a one-of-a-kind star and light show in a one-of-a-kind setting.
When New Zealander Sir William Hamilton invented the water jet engine in 1953 he needed a way to prove its’ power and superiority. What better way to get notoriety than to take it up-river against America’s powerful Colorado River in the popular Grand Canyon? At the time, no one considered that a motor would even be remotely successful in an upstream test against the notoriously venomous Vulcan Rapid (known today as Lava Falls). “It was a nine day current-bashing marathon that saw the Hamilton Jet negotiate all obstacles, including the mighty Vulcan Rapid. Four boats made it up the Colorado River in 1960, all powered by Hamilton waterjets.” (src)
What to take, where to eat, where to stay, what to do, and a few little secrets on the side. Not unlike your own personal Jiminy Cricket, (minus the worries of the little guy getting smooshed) the Moab Insiders Guide will provide you with all the essentials for a perfect Moab experience.