At Discovery Expeditions, we’re incredibly excited for our upcoming six-day sea kayaking adventures. If you’re up for a nearly week-long journey through the incredible coastal ecosystem of Broughton Marine Park, there’s no better sea kayaking expedition to join.
Learn more about this six-day sea kayaking trip, and be sure to book with Discovery Expeditions before slots fill up.
Dates For Our Summer Sea Kayaking Trips
We offer a few different six-day sea kayaking expeditions during the summer. All trips run Sunday through Friday. This year, our six-day trips will be on the following dates:
- June 24 – June 29
- July 15 – July 20
- Aug. 12 – Aug. 17
- Aug. 26 – Aug. 31
- Sept. 2 – Sept. 7
- Sept. 9 – Sept. 14
As the Top Rated Local® sea kayaking tour group in Johnstone Strait, the six-day adventures we offer tend to fill up fast. If you’re interested in the trip, be sure to book as soon as you can to ensure there’s still space available.
Six-Day Sea Kayaking Itinerary
Every day of your six-day trip will be different. While you’ll certainly be able to sea kayak and get on the water, you’ll also have the opportunity to hike around rain forests, fish for salmon, and relax as you watch the sun set on the brilliant Vancouver sky.
For a detailed itinerary, browse our 2019 North Broughton Nomad trip page. For an overview, here’s an outline of our six-day sea kayaking itinerary:
You’ll meet your group and then board a cruise to the Broughtons. On this cruise, you’ll already have a chance to behold Orca, humpback, minke, and sperm whales in their natural habitat. You might even see a dolphin show or eagles swoop down and catch fish from the water beside you.
The group will also visit remote beaches and dine on a salmon dinner at night.
Get ready for a day of sea kayaking through the North Broughton wilderness area. We’ll embark on a six-kilometer journey to get to our next camp, looking out for harbour seals, river otters, and Orca whales as we paddle along the water.
At night, we’ll enjoy a bonfire and a chance to see stars uninterrupted by city light.
On our second day of sea kayaking, we’ll travel along a new area to see Kingfisher birds, harbour seals (that might tag along in your wake for the day), and a few wild fish. You might even glimpse eagles, sea lions, and porpoises in these remote waters.
Now that we’re in the heart of Broughton, we’ll explore in sea caves, isolated coves, and remote beaches. If you’ve never seen a bear on a beach, get ready — this is a common spectacle in the heart of the Broughton wilderness.
We’ll paddle to South Broughton on this day — the longest paddle of our trip. Thanks to the clear, deep water in these parts, you’ll be able to see all sorts of aquamarine life. We’ll also whale watch and fish as we embark on camp.
There’s still a lot of wildlife to behold on the last day of our journey, which will end with a shuttle ride back to Port McNeill, where we started our sea kayaking journey.
Sign up for the adventure of a lifetime with Discovery Expeditions. Contact us today with any questions about our six-day sea kayaking tours.