Boat Tours

Boat Tours

There's no better way to see the best of what Lake Powell has to offer, while learning about its history and geology than stepping aboard our guided boat tours available only from Wahweap Marina at the Lake Powell Resort. Enjoy the romance of a sunset dinner cruise, or the fascinating story of building the Glen Canyon Dam on a scenic cruise. From exploring Rainbow Bridge to the wonders of the Navajo Tapestry, you'll want to see it all!


Tour Amenities

  • Interpretive Tours
  • Experienced, Knowledgeable Tour Guides
  • ADA Accessible
  • Smoke-Free
  • Water, Coffee & Lemonade Available
NOTE: All boat tours depart from Wahweap Marina at Lake Powell Resort near Page, AZ.

Be sure to arrive in the lobby of Lake Powell Resorts 45 minutes prior to departure. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time. 


Tours offered at Wahweap Marina:


Rainbow Bridge Tour

The Rainbow Bridge Tour will not run until further notice.

Takes you on a truly one-of-a-kind excursion, where you will cruise 50 miles of unique Lake Powell shoreline to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the largest known natural bridges in the world.

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Canyon Princess Dinner Cruise

A two-hour dinner-cruise aboard the Canyon Princess, which is sure to provide you with special memories of your trip to Lake Powell.

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Navajo Canyon Tour

This 3-hour cruise encompasses Navajo Canyon featuring an amazing view of Glen Canyon Dam. The highlight is the beautiful Navajo Tapestry-laden walls of Navajo Canyon.

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Scenic Dam Cruise

Cruise through Wahweap Bay to Glen Canyon Dam, the second largest concrete arch dam in the United States on this 90 minute informative tour. 

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South Lake Private Boat Tour

Charter your own waters. Relax as our captain take you to some of Lake Powell's most "Instagramable spots" creating vacation memories of a lifetime. Choose from a one-of-a-kind journey to Rainbow Bridge or Multi-Canyon Tour.

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North Lake Private Boat Tour

Explore the twisting tapestries of Lost Eden, a flooded slot canyon whose echoing amphitheaters and aquatic caverns are as awe-inspiring as the mirror-like water that flows through them.

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