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New Grand Canyon “Rim to River” Overnight Tour

Grand Canyon Overnight Tours

National Park Express introduces a new explorer tour from the South Rim of Grand Canyon with a Whitewater Rafting Tour, ending at Grand Canyon West

News Release
Dateline: Las Vegas, April 21, 2019.

National Park Express, the leading tour and transportation company offering packaged shuttle services from Las Vegas to regional National Parks, has announced an exciting new tour option that includes the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, a guided whitewater rafting trip and a visit to Grand Canyon West.

This overnight tour includes an overnight stay at the Hualapai Lodge, in the historic Route 66 town of Peach Springs. David Huang, president of CHD said, “We are very excited to offer guests the chance to experience the Grand Canyon from above and below, along with an unforgettable whitewater raft excursion. People dream of doing this!”

This tour includes three hours in Grand Canyon National Park to explore the deepest and widest part of the canyon, the South Rim. The next day, the raft trip on the Colorado River covers 40 miles of amazing Grand Canyon views and world class whitewater thrills. The adventure concludes with a helicopter flight from the Colorado River to the rim of Grand Canyon West, allowing guests to view from above what they just experienced below. Ground transportation will return visitors to Las Vegas.

Tour Price: $695/guest + Optional Tour Upgrades (Rates vary by season, based on hotel rates.) This tour operates from March 15th to October 31st – Based on the season for the Hualapai River Runners; it can be booked by visiting and viewing Multi Day Trip Ideas. “Visitors will love this new fully immersive option to combine some of the best elements of a Grand Canyon visit within a two-day period,” added Huang. “Amazing Grand Canyon views, a fantastic river trip, and the culture of the Hualapai Lodge come together to delight our visitors.”

National Park Express also offers shuttles to Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park and Antelope Canyon. Visitors can book one-way shuttles between these locations, as well as the surrounding communities such as Williams, Flagstaff, Sedona, Page, Kanab, Springdale, and St. George. This unique network affords the travelers with options of multi-day trips to visit these beautiful areas at their own pace. This is an excellent offering for international travelers, from all regions, who may prefer not to drive themselves within the U.S.

Visitors are also able to book activities, tours and accommodations with National Park Express in these destinations, allowing a full service travel booking option.

About National Park Express

National Park Express provides visitors to the Southwest United States the choice and flexibility to book their travel to the destinations they choose, and at their pace. For travelers who prefer not to drive a car, this transportation network offers them options they have not previously enjoyed, while keeping the itinerary affordable. National Park Express is operated by CHD, Inc.


CHD is a privately held company founded by David Huang in 2000. Starting as a tour company for Chinese travelers to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, it soon added meeting and incentive services, FIT and Group itineraries, shuttle bus services, bespoke customized travel arrangements, proprietary reservation and information platform for International travel producers. In 2014 it added full service representation services in China. CHD operates 40 buses and has hosted more than one million travelers. CHD features key destinations and attractions in California, Arizona, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, Utah and National Parks. CHD has its corporate headquarters in Las Vegas with branch offices in Los Angeles, Flagstaff, Beijing and Shanghai.

For more information, please contact
David Lusvardi
VP Public Relations

National Park Express
3525 W. Hacienda Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89118