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    2023 Photo Contest Highlights

    November 2nd, 2023

    2023 PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS Our annual photo contest provides us the opportunity to reflect on our favourite parts of the summer and hear the stories about what made your tour so special. We want to thank all of our guests for their incredible submissions this year! The winning entries are listed below and will be announced on our social media…

    2024: The Year of Adventure

    October 19th, 2023

    Colourful sunset over the Johnstone Strait

    As our 2023 season comes to a close, we look forward to sharing more paddling adventures with you  in 2024. We are excited to announce that we have now released our tour dates for the 2024 season! CHILE This January we are finally returning to Chilean Patagonia for the first time since 2020 to host our Ultimate Patagonia tours. Ranging…

    Steller Sea Lions in BC

    March 20th, 2023

    Colony of Steller Sea Lions on Rock with Forested Background

      Often seen lounging around on rocky islands in coastal BC, Steller sea lions have earned a reputation for being lazy. Sure, they relish relaxation and sunshine — but they are also incredibly adept at swimming and hunting. Steller sea lions are the world’s largest species of sea lions and one of the ocean’s top predators, pursued only by killer…

    Immersive Travel in Coastal BC

    March 9th, 2023

    Coastal British Columbia is an immense place. The scale of wilderness spaces and the vibrancy of wildlife make it unique to any other region on earth. It’s a place to unwind from the everyday tensions and be present with nature. For us, sea kayaking is one of the most intimate and immersive ways to experience coastal BC. It allows us…

    Bald Eagles in BC

    March 5th, 2023

    Bald Eagle with Fish in Talons Flying Low Over Dark Waters

      Scan the tops of the tallest trees near aquatic habitats in coastal BC and you’re bound to spot a bald eagle or two. First things first; despite their name, bald eagles aren’t actually bald. The name derives from an old latin name meaning “white-headed sea eagle”. Bald eagles are one of the largest and most powerful birds in North…

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