The journey begins in scenic Mission B.C. in the heart of Mighty Fraser Country and travels the braided channels of this historic river east to Harrison Mills.
Be sure to have the camera on hand to snap pictures of the seal, deer, bear or bald eagles of the Valley. Many other creatures also call the area home, including the famous BC salmon and the massive great white sturgeon. Along the way the Safari will pass through the swirling waters and back eddies of this Fraser- Harrison Confluence, where the muddy Fraser and the emerald green waters of the Harrison meet. Every season brings a new perspective to the adventure so you may have to come back time and time again and we would be happy to have you.
For thousands of years the Fraser was known simply as the “river” to the First Peoples who lived along its shores. The river provided everything they needed to survive. More recently the 1858 Fraser River Gold Rush sparked the creation of the Province of B.C. Learn about these facts and more as the day continues.
As the Lower Mainland grows and expands we are losing our wide open spaces. The Fraser River may be the last natural playground with areas that are still almost untouched by development.
This is our backyard, and Fraser River Safari invites you to join the adventure.
Fee includes lunch at Kilby Store
Starts: Friday October 17, 2014
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Tour #2 Classic Concert at ACT & von Hardenberg Candle Making in Maple Ridge
- Wednesday November 26, 2014
- 10:30 AM 4:00 PM
- $50 member/ $60 non-member
Tour # 3 Christmas Concert with the Vancouver Bach Choir
- Sunday December 7, 2014