Originally Published: July 4, 2002 6:10 p.m.
There is no better way to raft the Grand Canyon than with people who have come to know every twist and turn of the Colorado River over thousands of years.
The Hualapai Indian Reservation borders 108 miles of the Grand Canyon National Park and Colorado River, and the Hualapai is the only American Indian Nation to offer guided raft trips through the park.
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