Whether you're into kayaking, canoeing, or you just love to explore on the water, you're probably looking for the next beautiful spot to adventure through in Texas. Luckily for you, we have just the right place for you. Big Bend River Tours lets you kayak or canoe year round and they will take you to all of the most gorgeous spots in Texas.
You can paddle down the most insane riverbends through giant cliffs and valleys in one of the most stunning parks in the United States. The incredible tour company offers different options for the length of your trip, ranging from half a day to an entire 21 day trip! The different lengths were made with all levels of experience in mind, so people of all skills are invited to join in the fun.
Every trip includes equipment and life jackets plus any other tools you might need. You are also welcome to bring snacks and beverages in a small cooler. There are several choices when picking which canyon you want to view including Santa Elena and Colorado Canyon. Either way, you'll be having the most exciting time of your life travling down the river through the most stunning canyons ever.
The only time the tours are closed is in June and on Christmas; other than that, they are open year round from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Prices for the tours start at just $75 and can work their way up to $1,700 depending on the length of your trip, because you can go for over two weeks. Longer trips come with more accommodations including meals, while shorter trips offer simple snacks.
Aside from river tours, the company also offers hiking and specialty tours that include horseback riding. There is no age limit for most of the activities but on some of the riskier trails, they do require everyone to be at least eight years of age.
Big Bend River Tours is located on FM170 in Terlingua, Texas. For more information on the tours including scheduling your trip, you can visit their website here.
Disclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.