Destiny Environment Support

We donate company resources to various local habitat enhancement projects, environmental programs and education activities. Since the creation of this targeted program in 2002 we have donated over $18,000 towards the following local programs:

  • Ducks Unlimited, Woss Hatchery, Greenways Land Trust, Campbell River Clean-up; Pacific Salmon Foundation; Gillard Pass Fisheries Assn; Woss Rod & Gun Assn.; Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society.
  • Wilderness Tourism Association of BC; Campbell River Fish & Wildlife Assn.; Courtenay Fish & Wildlife Assn.; www.salmonaresacred.org; Nimpkish Valley Rod & Gun Club.

Destiny Community Support

We donate company resources to various community groups in the Campbell River area.  Since the company began we have donated over $33,000 towards the following causes:

  • Campbell River Rotary; Campbell River Celtic Arts Society; Campbell River Legion Youth Pipes & Drums; Cystic Fibrosis Association; Rick Hansen Foundation - Spinal Cord Research; Campbell River Special Olympics; Woss Fire Department; Housing for the Homeless; Habitat for Humanity; Vancouver Island Musicfest; Campbell River Search & Rescue; Campbell River Community Foundation; Timberline Secondary School, Movember Canada; Gold River Minor Hockey; Spread the Net Campaign.

1% for the Planet

In April, 2010 we signed on to support 1% for the Planet. As a result, in addition to our local environmental and community initiatives we have donated an additional 1% of our annual revenues towards the Wilderness Tourism Association of B.C.

Green Initiatives

Destiny River Adventures recycles and uses environmentally friendly products and supplies in our operations.  We are always looking for new ways to reduce our ecological footprint. 

We also operate our tours based on minimizing our impact on the environment through group sizes, choices of camping and lunch spots and associated equipment and support services.

Destiny River Adventures has been awarded a Silver Certification from Green Tourism Canada, a third party certification program that evaluates tourism sustainability and efforts.