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Paddle the many lake, bays and shorelines that Canada has to offer on a kayaking expedition. Canada abounds with many freshwater and saltwater kayaking opportunities. Using stable sea kayaks as your boat, you can enjoy a scenic and leisurely paddling expedition in many locations across the country. Freshwater trips can be found on several mountain lakes in the Yukon and the Great Lakes in Ontario. Lake Superior and Georgian Bay are popular locations for paddlers that want to explore the many islands that make up the area. Ocean kayaking options are abundant along the scenic coast of British Columbia or the picturesque Atlantic coast. Kayaking trips offer a perfect opportunity to get up close and view a variety of marine and terrestrial wildlife. Off Vancouver Island observe and photograph killer whales up close as they breach and surface near your boat. Atlantic kayaking destinations include the remarkable coast of Newfoundland with its deep fjords, icebergs and large whale population. Kayaking tours along the Arctic coast are the perfect location to view rarely seen wildlife such as narwhal and paddle in waters that few people have ever experienced. Kayaking tours are available for the beginner to the more experienced paddler. Sea kayaks are very stable making them safe and easy to operate in the calm waters.
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Sea kayaking tours in the Broken Group Islands in Pacific Rim National ParkView narwhal and other arctic wildlife on this kayaking expedition on Baffin IslandKayaking tour to view the caribou of the Slate Islands in OntarioSea kayaking tours on Vancouver Island to view orcas

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Featured Kayaking Adventures
Sea kayaking tours in the Broken Group Islands in Pacific Rim National Park
Sea kayaking tours in the Broken Group Islands in Pacific Rim National Park
View narwhal and other arctic wildlife on this kayaking expedition on Baffin Island
View narwhal and other arctic wildlife on this kayaking expedition on Baffin Island
Kayaking tour to view the caribou of the Slate Islands in Ontario
Kayaking tour to view the caribou of the Slate Islands in Ontario
Sea kayaking tours on Vancouver Island to view orcas
Sea kayaking tours on Vancouver Island to view orcas
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Wilderness kayaking expedition on the Peace River in northern Alberta
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$2890.00 CAD
Wilderness kayaking expedition on the Peace River in northern Alberta
Kayaking | Difficulty: Easy / Moderate | Max 8 People

Explore the historical mystique of the Peace River on this kayaking adventure in northern Alberta. Retrace the trips of the early North American explorers searching for the Northwest Passage on the Mighty Peace River. Follow the route of these early explorers and experience nature at tis most pristine. A great trip for inexperienced wilderness kayak campers or a peaceful trip for the experienced. Time for rest and relaxation transporting you back in time and away from life’s daily challenges.

Trips integrate energetic paddling with floating, short hikes, rest stops and sightseeing into your daily routine. Lots of campfire camaraderie or time to read, do photography or hike on your own as you wish

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Kayaking expedition along the southwest coast of Newfoundland
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$2250.00 CAD
Kayaking expedition along the southwest coast of Newfoundland
Kayaking | Difficulty: Moderate | Max 10 People

Paddle Newfoundland's southwest coast on this exciting kayaking expedition. The rugged shores of Newfoundland have changed little since the first Europeans arrived over five hundred years ago. It juts into the Atlantic off the northeastern tip of North America, where a distinctive geology, biology and cultural history have molded a unique people, with a strong tie to the sea. 

This is a land of contrasts, of the humorous and annoying, the harsh and fulfilling, the tragic and promise. Descriptive communities with labels like Heart’s Content, Dildo, Come by Chance, Blow me Down and Witless Bay, hide along its erratic coastline. It is a welcome breath of fresh air, both figuratively and literally.

During this sea kayaking journey you discover deep fjords with abrupt, barren walls that alternate with the coastal islands to provide a captivating land/seascape. The rugged interior is a mixture of muskeg, glacial ponds and granite outcrops offering splendid hiking opportunities where we will encounter carnivorous plants and the woodland caribou. In the isolated out ports, which cling tenaciously to the exposed bedrock, you glimpse a threatened way of life as fishermen struggle to maintain their livelihood on a declining resource. This is a special expedition along a ruggedly beautiful coastline.

Bay of Exploits tour

Early in the season, huge icebergs from the Arctic ice fields drift along the northern coast of Newfoundland - the world-famous "Iceberg Alley". Humpback and minke whales also arrive and pursue large schools of capelin, and the sea bird colonies are bustling. It is truly an extraordinary sight.

During this trip we will paddle into the outer reaches of Notre Dame Bay, among the windswept islands of the “Bay of Exploits”, and then around the Twillingate archipelago - with its rugged coves and steep cliffs that confront the northern sea. Visited by the Dorset Eskimo over a thousand years ago, these outposts were also the last refuge of the indigenous Beothuk people. With the arrival of the Europeans, thriving fishing communities developed. Today most lay silent - although there remains a lasting, rich, natural and cultural history.

The “Bay of Exploits” sea kayak expedition is suitable for paddlers with some previous experience.

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Sea kayaking tours on Vancouver Island to view orcas
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$1349.00 CAD
Sea kayaking tours on Vancouver Island to view orcas
Kayaking | Difficulty: Moderate | Max 10 People

Paddle with the orcas on this kayaking adventure in Johnstone Strait. Johnstone Strait off Vancouver Island, BC is the ideal location to go kayaking with orca whales and observe and photograph one of nature's truly magnificent mammals. The sleek, beautiful ebony and ivory orcas congregate in Johnstone Strait during the summer to feed, socialize and rub themselves on pebble beaches. On this kayaking with orca whales trip you will be on the lookout for orca pods while exploring the strait. Although there can be no guarantees, our dates represent the most opportune time to sea kayak and have an encounter of the orca kind.

Combine the exhilaration of kayaking beside these breaching, spouting, power swimming orcas, with rugged coastal scenery, magnificent west coast rainforest, and you have the ultimate personal and coastal kayaking experience.

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Kayaking tours to Michipicoten Island on Lake Superior, Ontario
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$1150.00 CAD
Kayaking tours to Michipicoten Island on Lake Superior, Ontario
Kayaking | Difficulty: Moderate | Max 10 People

Explore Lake Superior’s mystical floating isle of Michipicoten by sea kayak. This trip from Sinclair Cove northwards to Michipicoten features the best of Lake Superior Provincial Park. We'll sample spectacular wilderness beaches and visit significant Ojibwa sites, including the Agawa pictographs, Devil's Warehouse Island, Nanabush Rock and Pukaskwa pits . We'll also be awed by the cliffs at Old Woman Bay and the park's highest waterfall. 
 
This trip is best suited to advanced novice to intermediate paddlers with some wilderness camping experience and begins at our “Rock Island” site on Lake Superior with a group paddling training session. 

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Kayaking expedition to Denison Falls on Lake Superior
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$1095.00 CAD
Kayaking expedition to Denison Falls on Lake Superior
Kayaking | Difficulty: Moderate | Max 10 People

Paddle to spectacular waterfalls on this kayaking adventure to Denison Falls on Lake Superior. If you want to combine sea kayaking along some of the most remote sections of Lake Superior's north shore with an overland trek to the awe-inspiring, 40-metre-high Denison Falls - this is the trip for you!  This trip traces the Lake Superior coast of the Superior Highlands Conservation Reserve, a large swath of land encompassing unique geological features such as diabase dikes, pillows and kettles, a boreal-mixed forest and wildlife such as moose, beavers, bear and bald eagles. Cultural features include a small collection of First Nation Ojibwa pictographs.

At Dog River, you spend a day hiking inland to the spectacular Denison Falls, a favourite of well-known Canadian filmmaker, artist and paddler Bill Mason.  This is a wonderful trip for people wanting a combination sea kayaking/hiking experience that includes some of Lake Superior’s most beautiful scenery. The route follows the wilderness Great Lakes Heritage Coastline, with a tour of Nimoosh Park and Denison Falls. There are no designated campsites and the coast is a mix of sand/gravel beaches interspersed by rocky outcrops. Join us this summer on an out-of-park wilderness experience!

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