What You'll Get
Since the invention of inflation, prices for groceries have skyrocketed and rivers have become traversable. Enjoy the scenic side of economics with today's Groupon: for $72, you get a river-float outing for one at REO Rafting Resort in Boston Bar (a $145 value). This Groupon expires September 11.
REO Rafting Resort launches drifters on scenic river trips along Fraser Canyon. During leisurely paddle sessions down the obliging Fraser River, up to six riders can trace the dramatic silhouette of the mountain peaks, marvel at the canyon walls and waterfalls, and observe indigenous wildlife vacuuming the forest floor. Departing in the morning, REO's large, red river rafts escort patrons on five-hour tours spanning 19 kilometres of the pine-tree-trimmed waterway and serve as reliable alfresco dining venues for indulging in a complimentary lunch and snack. In addition to steering the gentle jaunts, experienced guides, like overprotective penguin mothers, also endow troupes with full-body wetsuits to keep participants toasty.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 8 additional as gifts. 48-hour cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Subject to availability. Must be 7 or older. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Subject to weather. New bookings only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About REO Rafting Resort
The rugged beauty of nature meets the comfort of vacation amenities at REO Rafting Resort, a secluded getaway on the edge of Nahatlatch River. Throughout the Fraser Canyon, experienced guides lead groups on whitewater rafting day-trips and multiday excursions, helping beginners and advanced rafters alike to navigate class III and IV+ rapids. Some of the trips take place along the Nahatlatch and others venture to the Stein, Thompson, and Fraser rivers, all of which are less than 45 minutes away from base camp. Relaxation and pampering follow at the resort's facilities, where a hot tub, massage therapists, and glasses of beer or wine await to reward campers for their rugged displays of human heartiness.
At nightfall, guests cozy up around a campfire, but they need not roast hot dogs or trap varmints for sustenance. A team of professional chefs prepares meals for guests, which also helps prevent the risk of forest fires and bears moseying into campsites for a snack.