kayaking West Coast Vancouver Island



Nuchatlitz Expedition - 6 Day Expedition
Price does not include 5% GST (Goods and Services Tax) Non residents of Canada eligible for 50% tax refund. Foreign exchange rates are approximate. Exchange rates will be calculated at time of booking based on current rates of exchange.
$1295
$1200*
£ 733*
€ 883*
2014 dates

Book your June or July tour prior to May 15 and your pre-trip accommodation is on us!

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Nuchatlitz Expedition Overview

nuchatlitz water fall

Experience a true wilderness sea kayaking expedition on British Columbia's rugged and beautiful Pacific Coast. We access the majestic reaches of the remote Nuchatlitz Marine Park by water taxi from the remote west coast town of Gold River.

Once we've made it through the open sea to the confines of the Nuchatlitz park, we're ready for a voyage of discovery along remote beaches and coves, beside towering rock formations and sea caves, and sea kayaking through waters inhabited by a variety of sea creatures, from whales to sea otters, and everything in between. An additional highlight of these west coast tours are the magnificent sunsets.

"We can't imagine having better guides, constant informative talks on flora and fauna and Native peoples. We loved this trip." John and Nancy Nixon, USA

What we might see while kayaking

black bear

Whales, sea birds, sea lions, seals and sea otters can be seen at sea, while black bears, eagles, deer, and the occasional wolf or cougar can be observed on the shore.

This area is as remote and wild as it gets on Vancouver Island. While sea kayaking we also visit ancient First Nations villages of British Columbia that are slowly being absorbed by the even older forests that cover the coastline and islands that dot the region.

The sea otters of the Nuchatlitz

sea otter

The Nuchatlitz is home to one of the largest sea otter populations on the West Coast of North America. Once hunted to extinction in this area, the sea otter was reintroduced in the late 1960's and is now thriving. They were dearly missed as there removal put the whole ecosystem of the area out of balance. Now with their return the area is thriving in ecological health once again. Read more about the sea otter in the Nuchatlitz.

This is our 3rd trip with Spirit of the West, the guides, participants and areas paddled have been awesome. Sally and Gary Allen

Is this trip for me?

sunrise west coast canada

If you have a craving for adventure, and a desire to kayak and explore an area that few ever get to, then this sea kayaking British Columbia Expedition is for you. Our expert guides know the area, the currents, winds, and of course the best camping and sunset spots!

Together with your group, you'll see sites and visit places that are outside the realm of the modern world, and inaccessible to only a select few. After this trip, you will be one of them.

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Nuchatlitz Expedition
2014 Dates

$1295$883$733$1200 Exchange rates will be calculated at time of booking based on current rates of exchange.
Type: 6 day sea kayaking /camping expedition

Start: Quadra Island, Campbell River or Gold River


Skill level: novice to intermediate
Highlights:
  • Stunning west coast scenery
  • Beautiful beaches
  • Great food
  • Some of the best guides on the coast
  • Rare sea otters
  • Some of the world's finest sunsets
  • First Nations culture
Wildlife: Chance encounters with killer whales, grey whales, seals, sea lions, otters, eagles, deer, wolves.
Reservations Inquiries Breanne John Call Breanne or Rick if you have any questions, or would simply like to get to know us better.
Call 1 800 307 3982
Overseas 1 250 285 2121
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