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  Come With Us on the Best Kayaking Trips in British Columbia from Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast



"I think the days we just spent paddling the waters and lounging the beaches of Nootka Sound might've added 15 years to our lives! It was a fun and relaxing adventure."

Brian and Penny Walscott,
Delta, British Columbia


Kayaking Locations

We travel to a variety of places and always stop to take in the natural beauty and sounds of British Columbia. No matter what tour you select you will be an awe of the untouched scenery and serene wilderness. From the occassional spotting of an eagle looking for its breakfast or the playfulness of a sea lion each tour always has something different to see.

  • Johnstone Strait - -photos One of the top places to kayak in the world for paddlers from around the world. The possibility of whale spotting is pretty much guaranteed as a resident population of killer whales inhabit this gorgeous area of ocean. The possibility of viewing these majestic creatures up close without disturbing them with the quiet gliding of the kayak makes this a truly breathtaking experience. This area is home to the first nations people called the Kwakiutl. More about the Johnson Straight....
  • Kyuquot Sound - -photos Reachable only by water or air this isolated location located in the northwest quarter of Vancouver Island you will feel like you are an early explorer of untouched old growth rainforest and steep mountain peaks. With the occasional passing of Kyuquot Checleseht First Nations navtive people you will soon learn the feeling of being one with nature and the serenity of the Kyuquot Sound. More about the Kyuquot Sound....
  • Clayoquot Sound - -photos This maze of islands seems endless as you will be astounded by over 250,000 hectares of temperate rainforest. As we glide past the inlets and sandy beaches keep your eyes open for the possible sighting of elk, cougars, wolves, bear and deer. The area is flourishing with marine life as well and is a favorite stopping point for grey whales on their migration to and from Alaska and Baja California, Mexico. This is one of our easier paddling trips so bring your camera and tanning lotion. More about the Clayoquot Sound....
  • Bunsby Islands - -photos A bonus to the Kyuquot Sound trip, these islands feature lots of wildlife and turquoise-emerald waters. These islands in the near the Checleseht Bay are a paddling paradise, especially in the summer sunshine! More about the Bunsby Islands....
  • Brooks Peninsula - -photos Beyond the Bunsby islands is Brooks Peninsula made apparent by an expansive white beach in the distance ahead. This peninsula is part of a 50,000 hectare B.C. Provincial Park where the ocean's corrosion has carved out some unique cliffs, sheltered inlets and craggy terrain. More about Brooks Peninsula....
  • Princess Louisa - -photos One of the most beautiful places we kayak which is why this place has "princess" in its name. The paddle is only 7km long but it will be some of the best scenery you will ever see. Water falls 45 meters long, hiking trails and swimming is just a few of the activities. More about Princess Louisa...
  • Nootka Sound - photo icon -photos Sprawling beaches, sheltered coves and offshore islands are among the places you will explore on this western Vancouver Island trip. Nootka Sound is a kayaker's paradise rich with Canadian and native history. More about Nootka Sound...
  • The Broken Islands - photo icon -photos The Broken Islands are a gem within the Pacific Rim National Park. An archipelago made up of more than 100 islands, this place offers some of Vancouver Island's best paddling. More about the Broken Islands...
  • Nelson Island - photo icon -photos These islands rest at the heart of British Columbia's Sunshine Coast and make for a great weekend paddle! Expect to spend time exploring the island's beautiful bays, beaches and its rustic abandoned dwellings. More about Nelson Island...
  • Hotham Sound - photo icon -photos Great Sunshine Coast paddling in the eerily calm waters of Hotham Sound. Take in the 1,400 ft. tiered waterfall, Freil Falls, or go snorkeling in the Harmony Islands. This trip is a great weekend escape! More about Hotham Sound...

 

 

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