There are a few companies that will be able to provide you with a commercial guided tour. This will provide you with the best way to see the most of the canyon by customizing a trip that suits your group. You will likely end up doing a combination of a river trip and hiking. When choosing a commercial guided tour, the most crucial factor for most groups is the cost. To get the best deal first figure out the number of people you will take and the length of the trip you desire. Keep in mind that the bigger the group, the longer the trip, the better leverage you will have with the package cost.
The following is a review of some of the available companies providing the commercial guided tours:
GrandCanyonTourReservations –Probably one of the most popular tours is the 1-Day Whitewater Rafting Trip. If you are looking for something that will put you on the edge of your seat, and may get you a bit on the wet side, this one is for you. During this custom tour you will be (departing from Flagstaff and Williams) heading to the bottom of the Grand Canyon where you will enjoy the famous…
outdoorsunlimited – Provides five trip options that vary from one day to as much as two weeks. The trips can be scheduled from September to as late as October. The cost is generally in the $2,000 – $3,000 range.
sageoutdooradventures – Find more than a dozen trip options, most are short-term, generally a day or two. The cost varies between $100 – $150 per person.