Tour Price:
5,380 CAD
Per Person
Plus 5% GST
plus $193 Park Fee
DETAILED ITINERARY
 

Tatshenshini River Expedition

  Summer. ,   Length: 13 days
  Mountains, Glaciers and More.

Perhaps the wildest and most visually spectacular river in North America, the Tatshenshini River flows through the heart of the largest bio-preserve in the world, Tatshenshini Provincial Park. Recently protected by the establishment of this protected wilderness area, the Tatshenshinior “Tat” flows past tall mountains, vast glaciers and an iceberg dotted lake. Bald eagles abound, grizzlies feed on spawning salmon and if you are lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the rare blue glacier bear. This rafting adventure on the Tat is an international journey of unparalleled beauty.

We raft from the Klukshu River, a coastal range river at Dalton Post to the Yukon River and Dry Bay, Alaska along a 255 km (160 mile) route with an elevation drop of 550 m (approx. 1,800 ft).


Tour Includes: Everything is included from the time the tour leaves the hotel till you arrive back in the hotel on the last day.
Not Included: The pre- and post-trip accommodation is your responsibility - the cost is not included in the trip fee. We are happy to assist you in making reservations if you wish.
Additional Comments: Beginners are welcome and paddling is optional most of the time since our guides can navigate using oar boats. Experienced paddlers and beginners are welcome to participate by paddling anytime however.
 
  All prices are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated and may be subject to change. Great Expeditions reserves the right to make changes in itinerary if it is deemed necessary.
B.C. Reg. 2622-4


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