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Bring Your Binoculars On This Thrilling Fraser River Safari

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Have you ever dreamed of going on a safari?

Wildlife is incredible, and there’s something about viewing animals in their natural state that leaves you so awestruck. You can now experience a safari right here in the Fraser Valley, and indulge in the best of BC’s wildlife.


The Fraser Valley holds the third largest wintering population of Bald Eagles, you can catch glimpses of  upto 2000 eagles at one go in the Harrison and Chehalis Estuary area. Not only that, but the Fraser River is also arguably considered one of the most important salmon rivers in the world.

Now’s your chance to knock off several Canadian wildlife specimens off of your bucket list, including bears, Great White Heron, Bald Eagles, sockeye salmon, and even seals!


The Fraser River Safari Experience

Fraser River Safari specializes in wildlife viewing, especially in Eagle Viewing. The jet boat tours leave from the town of Kilby, Mission, and take you through encapsulating views of Fraser Valley’s ‘natural playground.’

Open all year round, you can choose between:

  • 3.5 Hour Adventure, available July 15th to October 31st
  • Group Tours (10+ passengers), ranging from 60 minutes to 4+ hours
  • Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival Tours
  • Eagle Tours with Guest Speaker David Hancock
  • 75 minute Eagle Viewing Tours

Their ‘Safari Craft’ jet boat if fully enclosed and heated. In turn, you get the coziest possible experience while navigating through the ever-weaving Fraser River. Each tour group is paired with an informative, enthusiastic tour guide, with one main goal: giving you the most thrilling adventure possible.

Learn about the history of the Fraser River, salmon and eagle behaviour, and Indigenous culture.

Whether its rain or shine, this excursion is definitely something to add to your BC bucket list. We can guarantee you’ll enjoy it so much, you might even take the tour for a second time! Head over here to book now.


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