Chilliwack Camping and Rafting

Quick Details

2 Days, 1 Night

Camp overnight with an awesome party atmosphere

Meeting Place: 999 Canada Place in front of the Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver

Camp overnight surrounded by lush forests and bright stars (if the clouds permit it!) and enjoy white water rafting.

Included:

  • white water rafting
  • camping equipment
  • dinner, breakfast, 1 lunch
  • mini bus transportation
  • experienced, friendly & fun tour guide
  • Hike to visit a Glacial Lake

Depart Vancouver at 9:00 am and return to Vancouver at approximately 5:00 pm

  • Chevron down Itinerary - May 12 Departure Only
  • Please note that the itinerary is subject to change due to unforeseen (weather) conditions.

    Day 1

    • Depart Canada Place at 9:00 am
    • Travel through the scenic Fraser Valley
    • Arrive at the campsite to set up camp
    • Enjoy lunch by the river
    • Get your adrenaline pumping by gearing up and going rafting down the roaring river
    • Relax with dinner at around 5:30 pm
    • Ready to enjoy a very Canadian experience around the campfire and enjoy the sauna

    Day 2

    • Wake up and enjoy breakfast in nature
    • Pack up and depart campsite for a hike
    • Visit a local, beautiful glacial lake
    • Return to Canada Place at approximately 5 pm
  • Chevron down Itinerary - June 16, July 14, Aug 25 Departures
  • Please note that the itinerary is subject to change due to unforeseen (weather) conditions.

    Day 1

    • Depart Canada Place 9:00 am
    • Travel through the scenic Fraser Valley
    • Enjoy a hike to a local, glacier lake or spend the day at Cultus Lake
    • Arrive at the campsite to set up camp
    • Relax with dinner
    • Ready to enjoy a very Canadian experience around the campfire

    Day 2

    • Breakfast at 8 am
    • Get your adrenaline pumping by gearing up and going rafting down the roaring river.
    • Chill out with lunch after rafting
    • Pack up and depart campsite back to Canada Place
  • Chevron down What to Bring
    • Quick dry shorts/bathing suit
    • Sturdy footwear – sandals with straps (no flip-flops), old sneakers or wetsuit boots
    • Hat with brim to protect face from sun (Helmets provided)
    • Sunglasses with retainer strap
    • Avoid all cotton clothing, as cotton gets cold when wet…
    • Extra set of dry clothes, shoes and socks – warmer gear if cool temperatures after trip and for the hike
    • Towel
    • Bag for wet clothes
    • Sunscreen
    • Warm Jacket/Hoody
    • Small Pillow or Pillowcase which you can fill with clothing
    • Water bottle
    • Hiking shoes if you wish
    • Snacks / Drinks