Sea kayaking on the Pacific Ocean

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4.2 / 5 - 10 reviews

Description

Duration : About 4 hours
Schedule : Departure time depends on tides
Season : April 1 to September 30
Departing from : Tofino Marina

Paddle your sea kayak through the sheltered inlets that border the ancient rainforest of Clayoquot Sound. This adventure is sure to be one of the highlights of your trip!

The sea kayak is an enjoyble means of transportation that is accessible to all and allows you to get up close with nature... It's an animal photographer's paradise!

During your excursion, you will get off on Meares Island to visit a grove of giant cedars, one of which is more than 2,000 years old! Upon your return, your guide will introduce you to First Nations culture and an authentic Nuu-chah-nulth village.

Rates

Season Adult 0 to 12 yrs old
2023/04/01 to 2023/09/30 85 are not accepted

* During this guided excursion, you will explore the sheltered inlets that border the ancient forest of Clayoquot Sound. You will also get off on Meares Island to visit a grove of giant cedars, one of which is more than 2,000 years old! Upon your return, your guide will introduce you to First Nations culture and an authentic Nuu-chah-nulth village.
* The price includes a kayak rental (single or tandem) and the necessary equipment, a guide and the applicable taxes.
* The price of your activity includes a contribution of $3 per person to support marine wildlife and forest ecosystem research and education in Clayoquot Sound.
* Beginners are welcome!
* You will be asked to pay a trail fee of $3 per person (cash) on behalf of Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Park.

Location

624, rue Wharf, Tofino, (BC)

Travel reviews

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Very interesting and funny tour discovering crabs, jellyfish, seastars and ancient trees

Monica Baga Monday August 5, 2019

A new experience

Marianne Bataillard Friday October 7, 2022

(Translated by Google) It was our first time kayaking and we really enjoyed it, as well as the walk on the island of century-old trees.

Pleasant ride

Anne Martin Sunday July 31, 2022

(Translated by Google) Very nice kayaking trip. Good explanations at the start, especially when it is a first experience of this activity. Stopover with short walk in the middle of giant trees (Big Tree Trail).