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Our multi-day tours are unique and exclusive rafting expeditions. Unlike many other wilderness expeditions, we have restricted our tours to a maximum of 10 guests to ensure that you have the best wilderness experience possible.
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Contact us now to arrange your 2011 wilderness experience. Group rates available for 6 or more guests. These trips are offered seasonally each year to take advantage of the best combination of water levels, weather and wildlife viewing opportunities. Reservations are required for all tours.
3 Days - $1100 /person, taxes included.
Season: May, June and early July
The Nimpkish River is the largest volume river on Vancouver Island and the only island multi-day expedition. This tour combines the Nimpkish River Whitewater and Adventure day trips plus another 15 km of river to explore. We start at Duncan Pool and run the entire river section to Nimpkish Lake, more than 45 km downstream. Great scenery, limestone canyons, wildlife (including black bear, elk, cougar, deer, eagles and more!), swimming, caving, cliff jumping, kayaking and rapids ranging from family splash to the more adventurous whitewater!
Included: Use of waterproof gear bags, tent (one for each 2 guests), sleeping bag and pad, all riverside meals, limited wines and micro-brewed beer, splash jackets and pants, wetsuits and helmets (for certain river sections), lifejackets.
4 days - $2795/person, taxes included.
Season: August & September
The Southgate River at the head of Bute Inlet provides the winding tour route down glacial green waters cascading off surrounding mountains. The glacial flow originates from the Homathko Icefields, the largest in BC at 770 square kilometres. Adjacent to the Great Bear Rainforest, this river expedition is unique in its accessibility and remoteness at the same time. The tour includes a boat trip to the head of historic Bute Inlet and a helicopter flight into our starting point on the river. Marvel at the views of amazing waterfalls, glaciers and mountain ridges. We have many opportunities for fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing along the way. The river valley has abundant wildlife, including grizzly bear, wolves, deer and eagles. Great meals prepared by a red seal chef, professional guides and a spectacular river valley to explore at a natural leisurely pace.
Included: Use of waterproof gear bags, tent (one for each 2 guests), sleeping bag and pad, helicopter and boat transfers, use of fishing rods & gear, all riverside meals, limited wines and micro-brewed beer, splash jackets and pants, lifejackets.
Not included: fishing license.