The thing to point out it despite the warm air conditions in the summer, the river is still really cold averaging at 14 degrees. Gear is provided to combat this such as a wetsuit. Along with the snorkel, fins and a mask)
As you make your way to first drop off, you will see a great expanse of silver shimmering in the water. The instructor encourages people to take the 2 meter plunge into the water from the rocks or you can opt to get in slowly from the raft.
The first sector takes you gently along, as the current is weak in the initial stages. The second part you need to heed the safety advice provided, as the current is stronger and there are large rocks along the river that protrude ominously out of the river bed.
Our guide said
You need to fly like Superman as you make you way down the river, so you’ll be able to dodge the rocks along the river’s path
In the third and last part of the tour, you make your way to the river mouth. Here the river is salter and colder. Luckily the guide is on hand to bring us back on the boat. He’s armed with gloves and warm hats to give to us to help us fight the cold.
The trip lasts for three hours and takes place on the Campbell river. The river’s conditions make it perfect for snorkeling with salmon. The river offers crystal clear waters. its depth and visibility, ease of access and consistent flow.
There are other tours that you can do in the area. Most notably the black bear one. Here is a list of other wildlife you can see in the area.
The trip costs 135$ for adults and 125$ for children.