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Seaweeds – Where Nori Comes From

May 3rd, 2018

A common feature found on our kayak tours around Vancouver Island is the presence of seaweeds in their many shapes and forms. Marine ‘macroalgae’, or seaweeds, are plant-like organisms that live attached to rocks in the intertidal zone, in giant underwater forests, or floating on the ocean’s surface. They can be very tiny, or very large – growing to over…

The Black Bear

March 30th, 2018

Many guests join us from around the world to kayak B.C. in hopes of seeing all kinds of wildlife. One species that many of our groups are fortunate to see is the Black Bear, which can often be found scavenging for food on the beaches we paddle by (and occasionally down the beach from our Johnstone Strait Ultimate camp!). Black…

Learn About the Pacific Harbour Seal

January 21st, 2018

On many of our sea kayaking tours around Vancouver Island, we have the opportunity to view Habour seals in their natural environment. Our guests often ask about these amazing creatures, so we thought we would pass along some facts about seals for anyone who might be interested! Seals belong to a group of mammals called Pinnipeds, meaning ‘feather foot’, which…

Winners Photo & Video Contest 2017

October 15th, 2017

WOW! We literally got overrun with simply impressive photo and video contest submissions. THANK YOU TO ALL PARTICIPANTS for capturing all those special moments that show the uniqueness of the places we are fortunate to discover, explore and paddle each summer. With so many incredible entries, we asked for some outside help in deciding the winners. Our thanks to local photographer…

Homage To Our First Great Bear Rainforest Tour

September 16th, 2017

A molten sea stretches before me, a vast shimmering pool of shadow and light, unbroken by waves or the wind. I paddle rhythmically, dip, twist, pull and push, out, in, repeat. Close by eleven other kayakers are repeating the same motions; the only sounds are the gentle splash of our paddles and the swoosh of our PFDs on our spray skirts….

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