Campbell River Rafting
The River Campbell falls on the east coast of central Vancouver Island and is considered to be the fourth largest river here. The river stretches all along the Vancouver Island coast, and is quite well known for its natural scenic beauty and amazing wilderness.
A massive water body, the river offers remarkable selection of river adventures to all its visitors on the Vancouver Island. While out on a whitewater rafting trip, you have the freedom to choose the rapids as the river sports waters of Class II to IV. So, there is ample scope for you to either float on the river or opt for a challenging white water tour. The white knuckles and spectacular adventures on the river will let you float on a roller coaster ride and keep your adrenaline rushing on a high note.
For all rafting enthusiasts, there are special arrangements made, so that they can go for a whole day or multi-day trip, with able professionals guiding them all through the tour. On the other hand, for all those who are equally interested in rafting but prefer to start off through a less intense level, can make a trip to the calmer areas of the river for availing the scenic rafting tours.
Along with the extraordinary water adventures, you can even focus on other adventures while riding on the kayak, such as exploring the rich wilderness, lush forests, stunning wildlife and of course, fishing. As you stroll in the river breeze, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a salmon, whale or an eagle.