Fraser River Safari Ltd. 

Fraser River Safari has stringent safety operating procedures and policies which are carried out daily, and are documented in Fraser River Safari’s ‘Safe Operational Plan. This publication is available for viewing at the Fraser River Safari’s Operations Base, or contact Fraser River Safari at

Fraser River Safari Ltd. can also be hired on a contract basis for work around the Lower Mainland. Rates can be viewed HERE

Safety Standards – YES we have our Blue Decal 
Every safari boat and safari driver will be Transport Canada Certified and will have the following safety standards:
** All boats are built to meet Transport Canada TP1332 & TP11717 standards.
** All drivers will have SVOP (Small Vessels Operator Proficiency)
** MEDA3 (Marine Emergency Duties Level 3)
** Marine Basic First Aid
** ROC (Restricted Operators Certificate) and trained to operate DSC (Digital Selective Calling)


Safety is paramount at all stages and in all aspects of the Fraser River Safari Operation.

This wide braided river through the Fraser Valley allows safe and comfortable boating. Although uncommon, trips can be cancelled or amended due to adverse weather or other conditions out of the control of Fraser River Safari Ltd.
Fraser River Safari is a soft adventure, leisure activity, and with that carries a small element of risk. Passengers will be given a full safety briefing before the tour departs, during which the Driver/Guide will make clear all safety instructions, ensuring all English and non-English speaking clients understand the elements of risk, and to always follow the directions of the Driver/Guide. The Company is committed to providing service of unparalleled quality.

WAIVER – All guests will be required to sign a standard waiver form prior to departure. If you would like more information, or to view a copy, please contact Fraser River
Fraser River Safari staff reserve the right to withdraw any person considered likely to endanger themselves or others.