Kayaking & Canoeing
Family kayaking (Dave Heath photo)
Vancouver Island is a haven for both lake and ocean kayaking, and it also has great places for canoeing.
Want an ocean paddling experience? Vancouver Island is known for its isolated beaches, old growth rainforests and abundant marine life. Glide silently past otters, sea lions and shore birds in their natural surroundings for an eco-friendly glimpse of some of the island's best-kept secrets.
Johnstone Strait, Broughton Archipelago, the Broken Group Islands, Clayoquot Sound, the Gulf Islands, Nanaimo, and the Discovery Islands are popular ocean kayaking areas.
Vancouver Island's freshwater paddling offers an experience for every kayaker or canoeist. Paddle the the remote 48km/30mi, 12-lake Sayward Forest Canoe Route or explore the campground- and village-lined Cowichan Lake. Enjoy a leisurely outing on Elk and Beaver lakes, just outside Victoria city limits, or do a multi-day wilderness adventure in Main Lake Provincial Park on Quadra Island.
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We are "Your Guide & Transportation to Outdoor Adventure".
We offer luxury sightseeing tours in & around Victoria, Vancouver Island & all of British Columbia.
We offer luxury transportation to outdoor adventures such as;
Golfing,Horseback riding,surfing at Tofino,Wild Play parks,ATV tours,Paddle boarding,Horne Lake Caves,and more.
Victoria airport and B.C. ferries pick-up and drop off for a reasonable fee.
Free pick up at local residents,Victoria hotels,Cruise ships,and downtown ferries.
Trek & Treats invites you to experience Canada's West Coast during an unforgettable journey across southern Vancouver Island. Discover nature, culture and hospitality on a partially guided or self-guided hiking or multi-sport tour.
Walk along rugged coastline, through ancient forest and peaceful farmland during a 3-7 day tour, or travel by kayak or bicycle for some of the distance. Enjoy local eateries and stay in rural B&B's. Travel at your own pace, with your own company.
Trek & Treats provides maps and route information, arranges your accommodations and transports your luggage. Personalized options are available.
1100 Comox Lake Rd
Cumberland, British Columbia
Looking for a fun and exciting way to explore Comox Lake during the Summer? Come to West Coast Water Sports Ltd, we offer a wide selection of water sports from jet ski rentals to kayaks and canoes. There is something fun for the whole family to enjoy. With our professional staff and safety standards we promise to provide you with a fun filled afternoon that make you want to come back for more!
2261 Haddington Crescent
Port McNeill, British Columbia
Join us for the trip of a lifetime! Guided Orca Sea Kayaking. Explore the pristine wilderness from our comfortable basecamp located within the world-famous Orca and Humpback whale watching waters of Johnstone Strait.
Experience whale and other wildlife watching at its finest - right in their habitat as you become one with nature and connect with your surroundings on an intimate, personal level that you will never forget.
Previous kayaking experience not necessary. Expert guides ensure a safe paddling experience for the whole family.
Our island basecamp is well established with a well-groomed trail network, private tent platforms with tarp roof and cozy tents, camp kitchen and hearty meals, zero-impact outhouses and camp shower facilities with heated water. Breakfast on the beach as Orcas pass closeby.
203 Pandora St
Zeballos, British Columbia
Sea Otter and Whale Watching boat tours off the West Coast of Vancouver Island, Canada. Based out of the village of Zeballos, these tours explore the waters of Zeballos Inlet and Nootka Island. As well as marine mammals, wildlife such as bear, deer and the occasional cougar can be spotted on the beaches. Marine, shore and pelagic birds can help fill out your lists!
Tours last about four hours, including shore break. Packages can be arranged to include rooms and meals at Cedars Inn.