What You'll Get
Choose from Six Options
- C$99 for a full-day rafting trip for one (C$157.49 value)
- C$198 for a full-day rafting trip for two (C$314.98 value)
- C$389 for a full-day rafting trip for four (C$629.96 value)
- C$249 for a two-day rafting wilderness expedition for one (C$425.24 value)
- C$489 for a two-day rafting wilderness expedition for two (C$850.48 value)
- C$969 for a two-day rafting wilderness expedition for four (C$1,700.96 value)
The two-day rafting wilderness expedition takes rafters through the Elaho and Squamish River valleys and class 3–4 rapids. A three-course dinner is prepared at the campsite at the end of the first day.
The full-day rafting trip takes place on the Elaho River, and travels through the same class 3–4 rapids, including the notorious “Devil’s Elbow.”
Instruction, rafting gear, and transportation to and from the Executive Suites Hotel & Resort in Squamish are included in both options.
2015 2-day trip Departures Dates: June 13, July 4, July 15, July 26, August 15 and August 26.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Reservation required 24hr in advance. Subject to availability. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Must be 13 years or older. Must sign a waiver. Available weekends in May and September, open every day in June and midweek in July and August excluding public holidays. HST and all fees included in price. 2015 2-day trip Departures Dates: June 13, July 4, July 15, July 26, August 15 and August 26. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator Rafting
In the shadow of the Coast Mountains, the call of adventure is a churning roar. Those who heed its summons find themselves in the midst of rapids and other natural wonders, riding down the river on one of Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator Rafting's whitewater thrill rides. These full-day treks follow a 20-kilometer waterway past old growth forests, dormant volcanoes, massive glaciers, and hundred-foot waterfalls. Depending on the weather and the water levels, paddlers may even disembark for a quick swim or a game of Marco Polo with a floating log. The Elaho is home to many native species, and tours have been known to cross paths with deer, beavers, and bear, always with safety as a top priority.