2017 Beyond Broughton Nomad is a six-day sea kayak adventure that explores the remote inlets and waterways to the North of the Broughton Marine Park. Our trip starts at a scenic float house (see map) on a quiet inlet embraced by wilderness. Our route takes us from sheltered waters into the open waters of Queen Charlotte Sound and the edge of the Western islands and islets of the Broughton Marine Park. For six days, we will explore the outside reaches of an exposed coastline with a great variety of wildlife and great fishing.
This is an adventure for paddlers and outdoor folks who wish to venture on a trip that will not see other paddlers but will engage in the solitude of wilderness. Maximum time to explore waters rich in marine life. Ending at a camp on the outside on an islet where it is hard not to get a photo of a never ending sunset This adventure travel trip is always full of surprises and delightful marine mammal encounters. This trip starts at 8:30 AM the morning of departure and ends upon our return to the office in Port McNeill at 3:00 PM on the final day of our trip.
Trips Start and End at: Port McNeill or Telegraph Cove, BC
Trip Support Vessel: “MV Discovery Skiff”
Trip Cost: CAD$1350 – $1550 per person
Group Rates: start @ CAD$1350 per person
Trip Deposit: CAD$250.00 per person
Min/Max Guests: 2-8
JUNE 19-24 (**Season Starter Grp 4 – CAD$1250 pp)
JULY 17 -22
Arrival Day: Arrival in Port McNeill is usually late in the day because of the travel distance or the plane connections to Comox Valley Airport. Pre-trip meeting at our shop at Suite B 455 Pioneer Drive. Port McNeill @ 7:30 pm the evening before your departure date. The meeting is scheduled to introduce you to your guides, check your gear, fit PFD, fit a paddle and answer any questions you might have about the trip. We will familiarize you with a double sea kayak and review our route on the marine chart of the area.