Arizona River Runners
Have been at their game since 1970, offering oar-powered and motorized trips.
Wilderness River Adventures
Also offers hybrid trips that give rafters the chance to paddle or float as on an oar-powered trip.
Bright Angel Lounge
Perfect for those who want to unwind with a burger and a beer without cleaning up too much; a fun place to relax at night when the lack...
Lonely Planet review
Park tours are run by Xanterra, which has information desks at Bright Angel, Maswik and Yavapai Lodges. Various daily bus tours (tickets from $20) are offered.
Due to erosion concerns, the NPS has limited inner-canyon mule rides to those traveling all the way to Phantom Ranch. Rather than going below the rim, three-hour day trips ($119) now take riders along the rim, through the ponderosa, piñon and juniper forest to the Abyss overlook. Overnight trips (one/two people $482/850) and two-night trips (one/two people $701/1170) follow the Bright Angel Trail to the river, travel east on the River Trail and cross the river on the Kaibab Suspension Bridge. Riders spend the night at Phantom Ranch.
If you arrive at the park and want to join a mule trip the following day, ask about availability at the transportation desk at Bright Angel Lodge.