Rafting with River Wranglers:
A truly unique Tidal Bore rafting experience!
A true Nova Scotia Tidal Bore Rafting experience! Join us for a Rafting Tour on the worlds highest tides to experience what the Bay of Fundy has to offer and the wonders of the Shubenacadie River! Our 8 passenger Zodiacs will carry us through some of the largest waves the tide has to offer!
Small to medium waves with plenty of excitement! As a result, this tour is great for first-timers or for families with young kids. A gentle introduction to Tidal Bore Rafting.
Medium to Large waves! The full experience of active waves and playing within the rapids. Great for rafters of all levels!
Often times the largest waves on the river! For adventure seekers that are comfortable being tossed around and experiencing everything that the Shubie can throw at you!.
Home of the Shubie River Wranglers! Nova Scotia’s favourite tidal bore rafting company! Come join us for the ride of a lifetime on the beautiful Shubenacadie River! Our rafting outfit has been operating for over 7 years and as a result, we have provided clients from all over the world with an experience like none other! We rafting on the incoming tide as the rising water creates waves of all shapes and sizes. The river holds views unmatched and a ride you’ve likely never endured before!
The bald eagles on the Shubenacadie river are a huge part in helping us deliver such great tours every day, so it was nice to be able to help one out when it needed a hand. Our close encounter only added to the enormous amount of respect we already had for these incredible birds.
What started as a normal day turned into a wild and unique Shubenacadie experience. We were out rafting when we came across an injured eagle on the sandbar. After seeing this eagle struggle to take off from the sandbar we knew something was wrong. After several failed attempts to fly off the sand bar, the eagle found himself caught in the incoming tide and quickly swept away by the tidal bore. We watched and tried to position ourselves down the river and close enough to the eagle to lend a hand however we could. Despite continuing to struggle and encountering some quite large waves, it was able to maintain its upright posture. Now, we had a strong sense that the eagle had sustained a severe injury that prevented him from taking flight. We managed to get him into the boat safely and we did our best to keep him at ease as we travelled back to our rafting location. Once we arrived back to our site @hopeforwildlife arrived to take the eagle and provide him with the care he required. The eagle recovered completely from its injuries and was eventually released to its natural environment.