Sea Kayaking Vancouver Island, Haida Gwaii, and the Great Bear Rainforest
British Columbia offers a sea kayaking experience like none other – stunning vistas, lush temperate rain forests, long sandy beaches, incredible wildlife sightings, and vast wilderness areas. Simply put, British Columbia is one of the premiere destinations for sea kayaking in the world. Everything comes together here; an extensive maze of islands, rich First Nations culture, extraordinary wildlife encounters with orcas, humpback whales, bears, eagles and much, much more.
Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures has chosen Vancouver Island as our home, and as we enter our 14th year of operation, we hope you will join us on a kayaking trip of a lifetime.
Our sea kayaking tours offer something for everyone...
Our most popular tour. Experience the amazing diversity of wildlife of Johnstone Strait, Queen Charlotte Strait, and Blackfish Sound from the comforts of our kayak base camp. These four day kayaking tours run every Tuesday to Friday from mid-June to late September.
Using the same established base camp as our regular base camp kayak tours we offer four day kayak tours focusing on exploring nature at a pace suited for families and children. Ideal for families with children aged 6 to 14. Tours run every Saturday to Tuesday to Friday from late June to late August.
8 to 15 day expedition style kayak tours in Gwaii Haanas National Park and Haida Heritage Site. Gwaii Haanas was voted as the #1 wilderness park destination in North America by National Geographic and home to the the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ninstints.
In true expedition style, this 15 day tour (12 days of kayaking) explores British Columbia's remote central coast between the small coastal villages of Klemtu and Bella Bella. Also called the ‘Great Bear Rainforest’, it is one of the few pristine temperate rainforests left in the world. This kayak tour is offered late-June to early July.
We will work with you to create a kayak vacation to suit your needs