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    Edmonton, Alberta
      Canada T6A 0H7
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Ocean Sea Kayaking 

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Ocean Sea Kayaking
Looking for a truly unique Canadian paddling experience? Give sea kayaking a try on your next trip to Canada. Its speed and easy handling has made sea kayaking one of the fastest growing adventure sports. We offer a wide variety of ocean kayaking expeditions, most suitable for beginners. Head for the west coast and explore the sandy beaches and old growth forests as you kayak along the rugged coastline of British Columbia in a sea kayak. Kayaking trips offer a perfect opportunity to view a variety of marine and terrestrial wildlife. Off Vancouver Island observe and photograph killer whales on your sea kayaking trip. Combine the exhilaration of paddling beside these breaching, spouting Orcas and you have the ultimate coastal kayaking experience. Atlantic kayaking destinations include the remarkable coast of Newfoundland with its deep fjords, icebergs and large whale population. Prince Edward Island with its quaint seaside accommodations, allows for an inn to inn paddling adventure or pitch a tent on the many sandy beaches in the province. Southern Quebec has exciting kayaking options in the Saguenay Fjord, a unique environment of steep cliffs and a mixture of salt and freshwater. Experience the ultimate ocean adventure and paddle the Arctic Ocean around Baffin Island or Ellesmere Island. Wherever you decide to go, sea kayaking in Canada puts the emphasis on fun and exploration.
Vancouver Island & BC Coast

Sea kayaking off Vancouver Island to view Orcas
Location: Vancouver Island, Johnstone Strait


Sea kayaking in the Broken Group Islands
Location: Pacific Rim National Park


Kayaking base camp tours to view orcas
Location: Johnstone Strait, BC


Ocean canoeing in the Gulf Islands
Location: Gulf Islands, BC


Ocean canoeing in Desolation Sound
Location: Desolation Sound, BC

 
Northern BC Coast

Kayak in Haida Gwaii from a remote guesthouse
Location: Queen Charlotte Islands, BC


Sea kayaking in Haida Gwaii
Location: Queen Charlotte Islands, BC

 
Nunavut & Coastal Arctic

Kayaking tour on Baffin Island to view Narwhal
Location: Pond Inlet, Baffin Island


Ellesmere Island sea kayaking expeditions
Location: Resolute Bay, Nunavut

 
New Brunswick

Multi day kayaking adventures in the Bay of Fundy
Location: Bay of Fundy


Bay of Fundy and Grand Manan kayaking tours
Location: Bay of Fundy



Ocean Sea Kayaking


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