Salt River Raft Rentals

All of us here at Ceiba want to wish you all a Happy New Year!  The snow is flying and accumulating here in Northern Arizona, which means the Salt River will be flowing this year!  Yahoo!
We do rent equipment for the Salt River, and our 14′ boats are perfect for the day stretch or the wilderness section.
Water filters, poop cans and toilets, and a full assortment of camping gear which includes paco pads, river bags, sleep kits, and tents are always available.
Don’t forget to apply for the Grand Canyon lottery, and if by chance you get a launch date, be sure to contact us with any questions or your equipment rentals. We’d love to work with you and your group in 2009, and please always consider Ceiba as the first resource in river equipment rentals.

To find out more about our Salt River Raft Rentals, please contact us or give us a call at 1-800-217-1060

Happy Boating!  Scott Davis


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    Don Bartlett says

    I have been awarded a permit for the Salt, starting May 12. I am an experienced rafter (10+ different rivers, incl. Colorado thru Grand Canyon), but have not been on the Salt. I live in San Francisco bay area, would like to discuss raft & equipment rental, food prep options. Please give me a price for three 14′ boats w oar rigs, and coolers, cry boxes & food for 4 days.

    With respect to permit date, I was betting that precipitation would be heavy and Salt would have decent water (1200 cos) on May 12. What is your guess, based on snow so far?

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    Don Bartlett says

    Just spoke to a helpful person at Ceiba, and I am adding some clarification here: I am interested in price for a fully outfitted (“whole shebang”) trip on the Salt. I omitted some details earlier (like the toilets), but I would want everything except for personal dry bags and PFDs, since my fellow boaters would have their own gear.

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      Rebecca Bos says

      Hi Don. My name is Rebecca, and I’m a white water guide here in Oregon. I have a good friend who lives near the Salt River, and I want to do exactly what you were doing. Did you have any luck? Can you share the details? Thanks!

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