WHITE WATER RAFTING & RESORT DEALS
“We had a blast! I will go again in a heart beat…”
– Marian G.
Everyone loves a bargain. Here are some that you don’t want to miss!
“Joinn us for an evening of music every Saturday from mid-July to the end of August. Various musical styles include country, folk, roots, rock, blues and jazz for the Summer Music Series this season. We encourage you to listen to them online before coming to the shows.”
MAY LONG WEEKEND
RAFT THE NICOLA RIVER
Raft the beautiful Nicola River in Spring, when the scenery and white water come to life. Bring the family, bring the friends – enjoy a full-day of rafting the exciting Nicola River!
**Valid on May 20/21/22 (Sat/Sun/Mon).
CANADA DAY SPECIAL
$99 CANADA DAY WEEKEND RAFTING
Raft the Thompson’s Devil’s Gorge at either 9:00am or 1:00pm, and enjoy a delicious lunch at the KUMSHEEN Resort – all for $99 (reg. $151)
*Add a second Devil’s Gorge run on the same day for only $49!
**Valid on July 1/2/3 (Sat/Sun/Mon)
SAVE BIG on “DEVIL’S GORGE RUN” & “LEGENDARY THOMPSON RIVER” TRIPS
To celebrate our 45th season, we are offering our DEVIL’S GORGE RUN for $99 (reg. $135), and our LEGENDARY THOMPSON trip for $139 (reg. $179) on Fridays in July/August/September.
LYTTON RIVER FESTIVAL
$109 LABOUR DAY WEEKEND RAFTING
This is one of our best deals of the season! Raft the ‘Legendary Thompson River’ trip for $109 (reg. $179). This is a fantastic full-day (6hr) tour including lunch, on BC’s most popular stretch of white water.
**Valid on September 2/3/4 (Sat/Sun/Mon).
This special is to entice you to come to the Lytton River Festival for a full weekend of rafting, fun, rock ‘n roll dances, Pow Wow and much, much more. Kumsheen is a major sponsor of this popular community event and we want you to enjoy it.
BE A HERO, BRING A GROUP!
Rafting is an ideal group activity and we offer incentives to larger groups. Groups of 10 or more people receive 10% off their KUMSHEEN rafting package, ANY DAY OF THE WEEK.
Got a school or corporate group? Email Elice for our latest pricing.
‒ John Pigeon. Vancouver 24 Hours Magazine