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All tours include kayaks, paddling equipment, meals and a knowledgeable guide. Camping gear can be rented at a small daily fee if you do not bring your own. All trips require a minimum of four people to run. Guests must provide their own transportation to departure point.

Gulf Islands Base Camp – $600 per person
Stay on Portland island for three days and two nights of coastal calm. A mere 2 hour paddle from our dock, this is the crown jewel of the gulf islands. An easy trail system around the island and several small islets provide the perfect setting for this family friendly adventure. Gourmet meals and a beautiful white sand beach included.

Departure: Leaves from Sidney,B.C.

Duration: 3 Days June 29 – July 1

Difficulty: Medium

Orca Base Camp – $1200 per person
Every summer, on the north end of Vancouver island, the orcas congregate to socialize, mate and feed on the salmon returning to the rivers. Our orca base camp uses this opportunity to set up camp in an ideal wildlife viewing location and stay there for three nights, going for a leisurely paddle everyday to explore the area more intimately.

Orcas, humpback whales, minke whales, pacific white-sided dolphins, dall’s porpoise, harbour porpoise, seals, sea lions, sea otters, black bears, deer and eagles are likely sights.

Departure: Leaves from Telegraph cove, Vancouver island

Duration: 4 Days April 19-22

Difficulty: Medium

Gulf Islands Expedition – $1200 per person
On this tour we circumnavigate Saltspring Island, the largest of the gulf islands, stopping along the way to explore and camp on a few of the smaller islands. Sheltered waters, sunny weather and local history are the highlights of this adventure.

Seals, sea lions, porpoise, orca, bald eagles, minks, otters and great blue herons are all common sights in this area.

Departure: Leaves from Sidney,B.C.

Duration: 5 Days August 12-17

Difficulty: Medium

Hot Springs Expedition – $1600 per person

See the Wild West coast of Vancouver island on this extended expedition. Bears, wolves, grey whales, orcas, eagles, sea otters, porpoise, seals, sea lions and most of the last remaining old growth in B.C. can be found here.

Paddle past ancient First Nations villages, camp on pristine white sand beaches, to visit waterfalls and hot springs.

Departure: Leaves from Tofino,B.C.

Duration: 6 Days July 15-20

Difficulty: Medium

Broughton Archipelago Expedition – $1600 per person
Just a bit further north from our orca base camp in Johnstone strait, Broughton archipelago marine park boasts world class sea kayaking and wildlife. This tour includes a trip in a water taxi as we are dropped off at the north end of the park by motor boat and paddle our way back, moving camp everyday. Highlights include various

First Nations sites, an ancient pictograph and a visit to Billy Proctor’s museum in echo bay. One of the coast’s most renowned sea kayak Meccas.

Departure: Leaves from Port McNeill,B.C.

Duration: 6 Days August 19-24

Difficulty: Medium

God’s Pocket Expedition – $1600 per person
At the north end of Vancouver Island’s main highway lies the fishing town of Port Hardy. Outside of the bay there is a group of islands that few people ever see other than the odd fisherman. This area is known as God’s pocket. Orcas and humpback whales are common summer residents. One large island is home to a large coastal gray wolf population.

Jaques Cousteau has called this area “the best cold water diving on earth” due to converging currents which make for an extremely abundant marine zone. The wildest and most remote of our trips, this is for those who want to see the wild coast at it’s most removed from the “civilized” world.

Departure: Leaves from Port Hardy,B.C.

Duration: 6 Days August 6-11

Difficulty: Medium

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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 and gourmet meals. Camping gear can be rented at a small fee.

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

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