Kayakers, unlike pancakes or depressed turtles, muster the will to get themselves upright when flipped upside down. Float through life with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- C$49 for a two-hour guided kayak tour for one (a C$100 value)
- C$89 for a two-hour guided kayak tour for two (a C$200 value)
- C$159 for a two-hour guided kayak tour for four (a C$400 value)
- C$299 for a private, two-hour guided kayak tour for up to eight people (an C$800 value)
Before adventurers hop in their kayaks and paddle to the mouth of the Harrison River, trained guides kick off the aquatic escapade with an overview of the impending trip as well as a review of safety procedures. Groups of up to eight travellers float past ancient First Nations petrographs and burial grounds as bald eagles soar overhead and seals splash about the waters. During tours, guests paddle two kilometres down the river and then back to the Harrison Resort from which they departed.
Harrison Eco Tours
The kayakers' paddles dip silently into the placid waters of the Harrison River, their very presence amid the verdant wilderness dwarfed by the mountains looming overhead. Just as one kayaker opens his mouth to speak, the guide motions for him to remain silent as she points to the sunny shore, where an assembly of seals has gathered to bask in the warm rays.
Founded with the goal of granting visitors access to the pristine surroundings and rich history of the Harrison Hot Springs area, Harrison Eco Tours cultivates unforgettable interactions with nature thanks to their expertly trained guides and unique lineup of tours. The company's guides pride themselves on their encyclopedic knowledge of all things Harrison—from local tales to area geography to the flora and fauna that populate the terrain—which enables them to provide entertaining and insightful commentary throughout each tour. Excursions in heated jet boats speed past the jaw-dropping vistas of Fraser Canyon and Kilby, and paddling outings in kayaks facilitate relaxed jaunts down Harrison River. Visitors can witness critters up close with a selection of wildlife-sighting excursions, such as the popular Winter Eagle tour wherein passengers armed with binoculars scour the horizon seeking close-up views of the bald eagles' soaring wingspans and miniature powdered wigs.