GO Rio San Antonio River Cruises, San Antonio

4.0
#7 of 29 in Outdoors in San Antonio
GO RIO River Cruises was awarded a 10-year City of San Antonio contract to operate the river cruises in May 2017. The San Antonio-based GO RIO partnership is led by businesswomen Hope Andrade and Lisa Wong, and operational partner Landry’s, Inc. With a fleet of eco-friendly electric boats in vibrant colors inspired by Mexican folk art, GO RIO offers an unforgettable experience of the San Antonio River that reflects the sights, wonders and culture of a unique American city. Guests can take guided or specialty tours, chartered excursions or catch a ride on a river taxi from downtown to the Museum Reach to experience the Soul of San Antonio. Learn more or buy tickets today at GoRioCruises.com. Before you head to San Antonio, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly San Antonio route planner, to make sure you see all that San Antonio has to offer, including GO Rio San Antonio River Cruises.
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  • We were traveling from Austin specifically to visit the River Walk in early December. The atmosphere/temperature/humidity along the river was simply perfect. We booked our tour ahead of time, which...  more »
  • The GO Rio downtown river cruise was better than expected. We didn't have to wait long, and our boat was not full - even though a full boat still allows everyone to see. Our boat 'captain', Tony...  more »
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  • Great information and timing of the tour. Our tour guide was very informative and friendly. The best part of this tour is learning the history of San Antonio. Another plus, is if you've been walking around all day it's a great 35 minute time of your day to relax and take a breather. Be weary, these boats are packed and very close quarters. If you are claustrophobic or don't like being touched/close to other people, this may not be your thing. You are very close to your neighbor and the person across from you. If you are tall your knees may touch the person in front of you, trust me, at 6'1" I know. It's a great experience though! Definitely worth doing it on your trip to San Antonio.
  • Fantastic!! Went first week of December. Weather was wonderful. Lots of people at 9pm. Boat lines were 1-1 1/2 wait time but it was worth it. At night with all the festive lights. City wakes up at 9. You can sight see, shop, and eat all day. Hmmm, maybe rest for the night. Great buys and place to enjoy and meet people from all over the states.🤗🤗🌹🌹

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