What You'll Get
Choose from Eight Options
- C$75 for a Thompson River power-rafting trip for one (up to a C$141 value)
- C$125 for the above trip for two (up to a C$283.80 value)
- C$289 for the above trip for four (up to a C$576.60 value)
- C$565 for the above trip for eight (up to a C$1,135.20 value)
- C$99 for a Thompson River paddle-rafting trip for one (up to a C$170.50 value)
- C$168 for the above trip for two (up to a C$341 value)
- C$389 for the above trip for four (up to C$682 value)
- C$749 for the above trip for eight (up to a C$1,364 value)
During the 36-kilometre ride, passengers get splashed while bounding over rapids such as Jaws of Death at Devil’s Gorge. A gourmet riverside lunch and all additional rafting gear—life jacket, helmet, wetsuit, and splash jacket—are included. Day trips on the Thompson will begin Saturdays in June and everyday second week of July 2015; for more information, click here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 8, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required 24hrs in advance; subject to availability. 2hr cancellation notice required. Subject to weather conditions. Must be 8 or older. 65lb weight min. Must sign waiver; 18 and younger requires guardian signature. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid for Thompson River only. Park fee included. Gratuity not included. Tax not included. Insurance not included. Passengers must by 6 years or older. Must have drivers license to operate any jetski. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hyak River Rafting
Starting out in 1980 with only four rafts, Hyak River Rafting has since acquired an armada of top-of-the-line vessels equipped to handle the orneriest river safely. During trips on British Columbia's most exciting rivers—the Chilliwack, Thompson, Chilko, Chilcotin, and Fraser Rivers—licensed guides lead river trips lasting from several hours to several days, during which participants learn to manoeuvre around the grasping tentacles of feral octopuses. On most trips, crew and guests get soaked as the water rages about them before more tempered waters allow them to take in the sights of rock-banked rivers populated by lush forests and curious wildlife.