Our Clayoquot Instructional Tour aims to help you gain confidence paddling in the magnificent waters of Clayoquot Sound. We combine a relaxing tour atmosphere with the opportunity to learn key kayaking skills in an educational paddling adventure.
The Great Bear Rainforest is a protected wilderness area that’s really rich in wildlife. The waters teem with whales, otters, seals and sea lions. This beautifully raw, rugged coast with stunning waterfalls offers jaw dropping scenery and a rich First Nations Culture. Our trip there coincides with the salmon spawn.
This expedition along the north coast of Vancouver Island is designed for the intermediate to advanced paddler that wishes to explore remote locations while receiving quality instruction and feedback along the way. Whether you have received training through a professional organization, or you are a motivated boater with practical experience, this expedition will allow you to apply and polish your existing skills while deepening your understanding of their tactical applications.
This expedition along the west coast of Vancouver Island is designed for the intermediate to advanced paddler that wishes to explore remote locations while receiving quality instruction and feedback along the way. Travelling through the remote West Coast of Vancouver Island from Zeballos to Tofino will push your skills while exploring the surf beaches and rocky points of this beautiful ocean playground.
Explore the world famous Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver island with a week long journey from the surf town of Tofino to a natural hot springs. Weather dependant, we explore the swell-pounded west coasts of stunning offshore islands, camping on some of the area’s famous sandy beaches. Our neighbours in this largely road-less wilderness are black bears, wolves, bald eagles, whales, seals, sea lions and otters.
The Great Bear Rainforest is the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world. You will be paddling and camping among giant Sitka spruce trees, 1000 year old red cedars and western hemlocks. This adventure is 19 days long.
We are excited to offer a rare chance for intermediate to advanced kayakers to paddle single kayaks for multiple days in Antarctica. There are just 5 spots available on this yacht-based expedition which will take paddlers to rarely visited parts of the Antarctic peninsula.
Explore one of the most wild and least visited areas of Vancouver island by sea kayak with other experienced paddlers. Enjoy stunning views, amazing wildlife, long sandy beaches, old growth rain forest and vast wilderness. This unique one way adventure takes you on a committing journey through some of the most exposed and remote coastline in Canada like Brooks Peninsula.