explore guided Day tours

All day tours leave from our dock in Sidney. Please arrive 15 minutes early for your tour. Bring water, sun protection and a snack or lunch if you are going on a full day tour (lunch can be provided for a 20$ additional fee).

2 Hour Tour – $60
Check out the harbour and nearby islands. Visit ancient First Nations sites and serene intertidal passages. See eagles, seals, otters and minks.
Departure: Leaves at 9 am, 11:30 am, 2 pm and 4:30 pm daily

Duration: 2 Hours

Difficulty: Easy

Sunset Tour – $70
Enjoy the golden hour on the water. The sea is calm and clear as you paddle past the islands, bathed in golden light. A perfect way to end a summer day.
Departure: Leaves at 7 pm daily

Duration: 2.5 Hours

Difficulty: Easy

Half Day Tour – $80
Venture a little further and see more a remote part of the nearby island group. On this tour we are more likely to see whales, sea lions and terrestrial wildlife such as raccoons and deer.
Departure: Leaves at 8:30am and 1pm daily

Duration: 4 Hours

Difficulty: Easy

Full Day Tour – $120
Go as far as Portland island, the “Crown Jewel” of the gulf islands. This island was at one time home to First Nations villages, the site of a Hawaiian homestead and later owned by princess Margaret. It features a seal colony, white sand beaches, secluded coves and a plethora of smaller islands teeming with life.
Departure: Leaves at 9:30am daily

Duration: 6-7 Hours

Difficulty: Easy

Yoga Cruise – $150

Includes Sailing cruise, interpretive forest walk, 1.5 hour beach yoga session with certified yoga teacher Adrian J. Brett, and dinner on the sail home.

Departure: Sundays noon to 6 pm

Duration: 6-7 Hours

Difficulty: Easy

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Guided Tours

Day Tours

The ultimate day trip–so close, but yet, so far–explore the amazing gulf islands by sea and land.

Multi-Day Tours

Bring all the comforts of home on an adventure along the pristine B.C. coast. Trips include paddle gear, guide, camping gear and gourmet meals.


Just need a kayak? Check out our rental options and build your own adventure. Kayaks and camping items available.

Outdoor Education

Kids belong outside. Practical skills taught on these trips include ecology, First Nations history, navigation, tides, Marine biology and leadership.

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