Kayaking & Canoeing
Family kayaking (Dave Heath photo)
Tofino and Clayoquot Sound offer some of the finest kayaking in the world.
Part of its wonder is that it ties in to other wilderness experiences such as visits to Hot Springs Cove, whale watching, camping, fishing, beachcombing, bird-watching and photography.
First Nations Cultural Tours by Kayak
Kayaking brings undulating coastlines rife with discovery, misted bays, secret coves, whales, wildlife and First Nations cultural touring.
Today's ocean kayaker has a sense of exploration and discovery in common with the historic Aboriginal paddlers navigating these timeless waterways in cedar dugouts.
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A unique Aboriginal Cultural experience. One of the most unique trips in Tofino!
Dug-out Canoe Tours: Join your Nuu-chah-nulth guide and paddle a hand crafted dug out cedar canoe. Learn about local aboriginal culture and history. Walk along 1000 year old red cedars on the Big Tree Trail on Meares Island.
Paddle board Tours: Try stand up paddle boarding in the pristine wildlife sanctuary of Grice Bay, in Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Park.
Hop on our special touring boards for a sleek and stable ride. Explore the unique ecology of the mudflats and beautiful grassy estuaries of Grice Bay.
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51 Wharf St
Tofino, British Columbia
We are committed to preserving the ecological value & timeless wonder of Clayoquot Sound. We strive to help visitors appreciate the coastal environment through fun, educational outings. Our programs emphasize the many connections between forest & ocean ecosystems.
Whether whale watching, bear watching, dipping into Hot Springs Cove or sea kayaking to a rainforest trail, people of all ages have enjoyed our excursions since 1986.
We launch out of Tofino, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, just minutes from Long Beach & Pacific Rim National Park. Tofino is part of Clayoquot Sound, a temperate rainforest area of beaches & fjord inlets.