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Our kayak and hiking tours go from Early Spring until Late Fall, (winter outing possible)

The recommended attire:

Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, windbreaker, quick dry clothing, sneakers or water shoes, and a refreshment.

We have dry bags for keeping your gear but ask that you keep it to approximately 20L

Excursion Descriptions

Our experiences run approximately 3 hours and include intro to kayaking and paddling techniques. We use stable tandem sea kayaks with a rudder supply all the required kayak gear

Cancellation Policy

5 days notice, no charge.

2-4 days notice 100% credit for another tour based on availability, or 85% refund.

16 hrs or less of scheduled tour, no refund or 50% credit towards future available tour.

We paddle in the light rain/mist and fog. If we cancel due to unacceptable winds, rain, unacceptable forecast, or events beyond our control, 100% refund is offered.

Partridge Island

Partridge Island Experience Overview
  • Greeted and presented our waiver which must be read, understood, and signed
  • Our Guide ratio is 4:1 or better
  • Guides outfit you in skirts and a PDF then proceed to our “airplane talk” discussing route, safety, gear, kayak use and paddling technique
  • We use very stable tandem sea kayaks with a rudder, approximately 20ft long
  • We get you into the tandems on shore, adjust foot pedals for rudder use and assist with skirts
  • We launch you into the water and paddle along the breakwater to the old wharf site
  • If conditions are favorable, we paddle to the outer side of the island to experience the expansive views and gentle Bay swells.
  • We land the tandems one at a time and assist with exit. Once gear off and stowed we enjoy a walkabout of the island visiting all the interesting sites and relics
  • Due to Covid and Insurance we no longer serve refreshments. You are welcome to bring your own to enjoy while on the island.
  • We recommend beach shoes or sandals for the paddle over, hat, windbreaker, sunscreen, as well as long pants and sturdy footwear for the walk on the island as the overgrown fields and pathways are part of the natural beauty. We ask that you limit your gear to a small backpack, we can provide a dry bag if required.
  • We learn more history of the island on almost every tour and welcome you to share your knowledge. We do use an interpretation map from a book on a local historian, Harold Wright.
  • We launch from a beach at the Bay Ferries Terminal. Bay Ferries is a 24hr working operation. Please be very mindful of both vehicle and pedestrian traffic when arriving and departing the meeting area.

Cost is $100.00pp inclusive.  Duration 3-4hrs

An extraordinary little island in Saint John’s outer Harbour, abundant with history and culture, this island offers stunning views of the city and bay. Only with a visit can it truly be appreciated.

Brothers Cove/Tucker Park 3 Islands

Brothers Cove Experience Overview
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Explore the scenery and varying shores amongst the 3 Islands that outline the Brothers Cove/ Tucker Park area. Kayak within touch of unique rock formations from the Devonian Age, paddle over some of the deepest waters and learn about the uniqueness of the Kennebecasis underwater Fjord. Bald Eagles, Loons, Cormorants, Sturgeons, Salmon, Stripers and the occasional Harbour Seal call these waters “HOME”


Lochlomand Experience Overview
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Reversing Falls Slack Tide

Reversing Falls Slack Tide Experience Overview
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McLaren’s Beach / Smuggler Cove

McLaren's Beach / Smuggler Cove Experience Overview
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This area can be accessed in April and May to see the panorama of the spring flood plane, then in the summer months to enjoy the serenity of the lazy waterways and finally the spectacular colours of early fall in September and October.
From Fairvale on the Kennebecasis River cross over to view the geological spectacle of Minister’s Face on Long Island.
Then hike to the top for a panoramic view of the Kennebecasis Valley. Return to the beach for a snack and then head back to the mainland.
Saint John on the Bay of Fundy kayak from Bayshore Beach or Saint’s Rest with optimal exploration to islands such as Mahogany or Taylor’s.
Here is a great opportunity for wildlife viewing (various bird species, harbour seals and marine life).